Sep 16 08:45

175-Year-Old Magazine Endorses Candidate for First Time

'Scientific American' backs Biden as climate change becomes a 2020 issue

Sep 16 08:44

Orphaned daughters, 20 and 14, pay tribute to parents killed in Manchester bombing as they waited to pick them up from Ariana Grande concert

Marcin, 42, and Angelika Klis, 39, were killed during Manchester Arena attack
Had been waiting in the venue's foyer to pick up their daughters in May 2017
The parents were caught in the explosion which killed 22 and injured 119
Daughters Aleksandra and Patrycja Klis have paid tribute to their parents

Sep 16 08:42

Mother-of-one was left scarred for life after love rival smashed her face with bottle in nightclub toilet in row over man

Hannah Gwillim, 21, was bottled at venue in Swansea by Jodie Edwards last year
Edwards, 22, claimed she was accused of giving victim's then-boyfriend an STD
Police charged Edwards for attack and she pleaded guilty to GBH without intent
22-year-old was handed a 12-month prison sentence, suspended for two years

Sep 16 08:41

'Country girl' is revealed as the winner of Oz Lotto's $20MILLION jackpot - here's the VERY humble way she'll start spending her fortune

A 'country girl' from Drouin in Victoria's Gippsland region has won $20million
She became a multimillionaire off a winning ticket in Oz Lotto's Tuesday draw
The Victorian resident plans to celebrate with a visit to the local pub

Sep 16 08:36

Bad News for John Bolton Over Trump Book

(NEWSER) – John Bolton might be in a heap of trouble over his book about the Trump White House. The New York Times reports that the Justice Department has opened a criminal investigation into the former national security adviser's memoir, called The Room Where It Happened

Sep 16 08:35

'Australians must know the truth - this virus is not a pandemic': Alan Jones

Sky News host Alan Jones says he has warned time and time again the political leaders who are the architects of this coronavirus response will not be able to escape the criticism that is now finding its way into the public place.

It comes as an economist in the Victorian Department of Finance and Treasury, Sanjeev Sabhlok, on Wednesday penned an article in the Australian Financial Review announcing his resignation from his position.

Mr Sabhlok wrote he resigned "so that I would be able to speak out against the state's management of the COVID-19 infection".

Sep 16 08:32

Moment cops drag a furious man out of a school board meeting for refusing to wear a face mask in South Dakota

Cops were forced to remove a man, Reed Bender, from a school board meeting
A district mandate requires all people to wear masks on school district property
But Bender refused to put one on or leave the building in Mitchell, South Dakota
The two cops are seen reluctantly telling the man they will have to remove him
When he refuses, the cops drag him away, threatening him with a stun gun

Sep 16 08:29

That sinking feeling: Barges are left high and dry after mechanical glitch DRAINS canal in under 90 minutes

Boats were left stranded on the Kennet and Avon Canal in Bath, Somerset, on Tuesday evening
The canal level dropped by almost two metres in an hour and a half after a technical fault drained the water
Stranded boat drivers had to sit and wait to be rescued from the bog by emergency services

Sep 16 08:28

Mother weeps in court as she appears via video link with her partner accused of murdering their missing 17-year-old daughter Bernadette Walker

Mother-of-ten Sarah Walker, 37, and partner Scott, 50, charged with murder
Ms Walker was seen weeping as she appeared via video link in court today
Bernadette went missing eight weeks ago but her parents claim she ran away

Sep 16 08:27

Scientists to examine the possibility Covid-19 leaked from a Chines lab as part of investigation into the virus's origins

An international team will delve into all theories of the virus's origins
It comes after claims it spilled out of a laboratory were supported by US officials
Trump-allied officials claim to have damning evidence but won't reveal it
Scientists say it's more likely Covid-19 is a naturally-occurring 'zoonotic disease'

Sep 16 08:25

Stupid truckers! Police use unmarked HGV to snare reckless lorry drivers using FaceTime or watching MOVIES while rumbling along M40

Police in Warwickshire shared a series of clips of motorists caught on phones
Drivers seen using their mobiles during Operation Tramline earlier this year
One motorist was spotted watching a film while driving a HGV on the M40

Sep 16 08:14

Major fire threatens historic observatory near LA

A major fire that has been raging outside Los Angeles for more than a week threatened to engulf a historic observatory and billion-dollar broadcast towers on Tuesday as firefighters struggled to contain the flames.

The so-called Bobcat fire was within 500 feet (150 meters) from the 116-year-old Mt. Wilson Observatory, fire officials said in a tweet, adding that crews were in place "ready to receive the fire."

Officials at the observatory said all personnel had been evacuated as the fire was "knocking on our door."

Sep 16 08:05

Joe Biden Waving To An Empty Field

Sep 16 07:34

Gun Owner Used Pepper Spray On An Attacker — Still Got Charged With Assault

If you’ve thought about ever having to defend yourself from a violent attacker, you need to hear Brad’s story…

…he DIDN’T even use his gun.

Sep 16 07:23

ASSANGE HEARING DAY SIX—Prosecutor Says Government Can Prosecute Journalist for Publishing

Prosecutor James Lewis QC established in court that the U.S. government can prosecute a journalist for unauthorized publication of classified information, despite the First Amendment concerns of the defense.

“The right of free speech and the public’s right to know are not absolutes,” prosecutor Lewis said on cross examination of defense witness Eric Lewis, and can be “restricted” if the release of “national defense information … could threaten the security of the nation.”

James Lewis set out that the Espionage Act be used against government employees who breach their trust with the government, but also that the government can prosecute those outside a relationship with the government, such as journalists” who are unauthorized to possess and disseminate secret material.

“Can journalists be prosecuted” under the Espionage Act? Lewis asked the defense witness.

Sep 16 07:22

Americans Against Unconstitutional Mask Mandates

Good news: The anti-mask mandate movement is gaining steam. Americans yearning to breathe free are waking up from their pandemic stupor. Common sense and constitutional principles, now more than ever, are vital to a sovereign nation’s health.

Sep 16 07:19

Senate Majority Drops BOMBSHELL Video EXPOSING Dems Plans to Fuel the Riots

Sep 16 07:15

North Korea triples the amount of propaganda taught to pre-schoolers so children spend half their day learning about Kim Jong Un

North Korea has tripled the amount of propaganda taught to pre-school children, forcing pupils to spend half their school day learning about Kim Jong Un under new orders handed down by his sister.

Sep 16 07:01

Snowden warns that Assange extradition will lead free press to slaughterhouse as publisher’s critics blinded by partisanship

The US drive to extradite and prosecute Julian Assange poses a grave threat to journalists everywhere, but the publisher’s opponents have placed politics over principle, and even their own interests, said whistleblower Ed Snowden.

“I think a lot of it comes down to people forgetting what principles are and why they're important,” Snowden said in an interview with Joe Rogan on Tuesday. “You can hate Julian Assange, you can think he's a puppet of Russia, you can think he's the worst person on Earth – a reincarnation of Hitler or Stalin – and still realize that convicting him harms you.”

It harms your society. It harms your children's future. People forget about this in today's world where everything has become partisan.

Sep 16 06:54

Black Lives Matter Bringing ‘Protest Parties’ to Trump Supporters’ Homes, Facebook Account Still Active Despite Repeatedly Posting Addresses of Conservatives

A group of Milwaukee Black Lives Matter militants are bringing “protests” to the homes of Trump supporters.

On Tuesday evening, a Trump supporter was arrested for holding a shotgun by the window of his own home as it was surrounded by a mob of far-left lunatics — and it turns out it wasn’t this group’s first time showing up at the home of a random person to “protest” and intimidate.

On a Facebook page called “Justice Tour 2020,” Vaun L Mayes, a man who describes himself as “Milwaukee’s Malcolm X,” has been posting personal information on Trump supporters. The page is littered with people’s phone numbers, addresses, and calls for crowds to show up at their homes for “protest parties.”

Sep 16 06:53

BREAKING: Milwaukee Trump Supporter Arrested for Brandishing a Gun at Black Lives Matter Mob That Was Surrounding His Home

A Milwaukee man has reportedly been arrested after pulling a gun on a mob of Black Lives Matter supporters who were surrounding his home for several hours.

It is currently unclear who the man is or why the mob was at his house, but he did have a “Trump Train” flag hanging outside.

Sep 16 06:52

Louisville Pays $12 Million To Breonna Taylor’s Family, Promises To Overhaul Police Operation

The city of Louisville has agreed to pay the family of Breonna Taylor $12 million to settle a lawsuit over her death by police in March.
As part of the settlement, the city has also pledged to institute several police reforms, such as requiring a supervisor to sign off on search warrants and pairing a social worker with a police officer on some calls. Louisville’s Democrat Mayor Greg Fischer announced the settlement Tuesday.

Sep 16 06:51

PHILLY POPS OFF: BLM Mob Harasses White People Eating Dinner at Outdoor Restaurant

The Black Lives Matter mob is back out in the streets of Philadelphia on Tuesday night.

BLM was caught on video harassing white people eating dinner at an outside restaurant.

Sep 16 06:50

Moking a comeback! Updated version of the 1960s Mini Moke is being sold in Britain - but just 56 are available for a price of £24,000

Moke International is marking the 56th anniversary of the recreational vehicle with a limited run for the UK
It retains the roofless, doorless and windowless design but with a larger chassis and updated components
The engine is a 1.1-litre petrol with 66bhp and it features power-steering, modern brakes and suspension
Just 56 are being produced, with a price of £20,000 before taxes and delivery charges
Moke's are still in demand in the Caribbean market and have in the past generated plenty of celebrity interest

Sep 16 06:50

Louisville Pays $12 Million To Breonna Taylor’s Family, Promises To Overhaul Police Operation

The city of Louisville has agreed to pay the family of Breonna Taylor $12 million to settle a lawsuit over her death by police in March.
As part of the settlement, the city has also pledged to institute several police reforms, such as requiring a supervisor to sign off on search warrants and pairing a social worker with a police officer on some calls. Louisville’s Democrat Mayor Greg Fischer announced the settlement Tuesday.

Sep 16 06:46

Minneapolis City Council Panics Over Surge In Violence After Demonizing Police: ‘Where Are The Police?’

The Democrat-controlled Minneapolis City Council is reportedly panicking as violent crime is surging throughout the city after they called for defunding th

Sep 16 06:42

12-day-old baby was mauled to death by family's Chow Chow 'Teddy' after dog leapt out of garden pen and attacked newborn - as parents are both arrested

Elon, who was just 12-days-old, was mauled to death by the dog in Doncaster
Ambulance crews rushed to the scene but the baby boy could not be saved
South Yorkshire Police rushed to property in the village of Woodlands on Sunday
Parents Abigail Ellis, 27, and her finance Stephen Joynes, 35, were both arrested
They were questioned on suspicion of manslaughter but have now been bailed
Neighbour said the dog looked harmless but police struggled to handle it
Joynes' social media shows two pets playing inside the £100,000 house

Sep 16 06:41

American Revolution 2.0 2020: PATRIOTS vs. LOYALISTS: The messenger of White House-insider Q to expose and defeat Evil, then unleash humanity (8 of 9)

Our series (*links added at end of each of the 9 points*):

*Introduction: we really live in American Revolution 2.0 2020 under life and death consequences. (1 of 9 here)
*The US has been a lying, looting, illegal rogue state empire committing Wars of Aggression for over 200 years and counting. These invading Wars of Aggression have war-murdered ~30 million since WW2 and counting; 90% of these deaths are innocent children, the elderly and ordinary working civilian women and men (and here). The wars are for resource control: natural and human. (2 of 9 here)
*Ongoing Bankster looting now has a global 1% owning more assets than the 99%. Our economic system is based on the criminal fraud that debt = money, an Orwellian-inversion of total evil. Leading Americans have pointed to public banking and monetary reform for nearly 300 years as obvious solutions to being looted annually in the trillions. (3 of 9 here)

Sep 16 06:40

More than 1,600 uncounted NJ primary ballots found in 'mislabeled' bin from July primary

Election workers discovered 1,666 uncounted New Jersey state ballots last week.
POLL: What are you more afraid of?
The ballots, from New Jersey's Sussex County, were found in a "mislabeled" bin.
The primary election was on July 7.

Sep 16 06:37

SUV driver accelerates towards two men and knocks them flying as women grapple during vicious brawl in a grocery store parking lot

Footage was recorded by onlookers at Kroger pick-up point in Columbus, Ohio
Dispute escalates before the driver purposefully knocks the men off their feet
They are thrown to the ground before the offending vehicle flees the scene

Sep 16 06:35

Facebook’s Europe Vice President Nicola Mendelsohn, 49, who has incurable blood cancer reveals she's had to stop her treatment because of Covid-19 and says all she can do now is hope her disease remains at bay

British advertising executive Nicola Mendelsohn has revealed that treatment for her incurable blood cancer was stopped because of the coronavirus crisis and can't be resumed.

Sep 16 06:29

Burglar bears? Moment home security cameras reveal 'home intruders' are two cubs fighting on the doorstep

Peter Rosas heard noises coming from outside his South Lake Tahoe home
Mr Rosas, who was at home with his wife and three kids, feared it was intruders
But CCTV camera revealed the culprits were two bear cubs and their mother

Sep 16 06:29

Wildfires to get worse thanks to Clinton policies, says fire expert who predicted uptick in blazes

Former President Bill Clinton made a significant change to federal land management nearly 30 years ago that created the conditions necessary for massive wildfires to consume portions of the West Coast, according to one fire expert who predicted the problem years ago.

Shortly before leaving office in 2001, Clinton limited the ability of the United States Forest Service to thin out a dense thicket of foliage and downed trees on federal land to bring the West into a pristine state, Bob Zybach, an experienced forester with a PhD in environmental science, told the Daily Caller News Foundation. The former president’s decision created a ticking time bomb, Zybach argues.

Sep 16 06:28

DHS intel: Antifa organized Portland violence

The Department of Homeland Security has "overwhelming intelligence" that the nightly violence in Portland, Oregon, was "organized" by members of Antifa.

An email obtained by CBS News reporter Catherine Herridge by Brian Murphy, former acting under secretary for intelligence and analysis at DHS, said in July that the violence had reached a level at which it could not longer be classified as "opportunistic."

Murphy said the violence was "organized" by individuals with an ideology categorized as "Violent Antifa Anarchist Inspired," or VAAI.

Sep 16 06:23

'Who needs Shakespeare?': University of Chicago is slammed for 'indoctrination' and 'racism' after English Department said it would ONLY accept graduate students interested in black studies

The University of Chicago's English Department is being slammed for bias and racism in deciding that it will only accept graduate school applicants interested in 'working in and with Black studies' for its 2020-2021 cycle.

Sep 16 06:22

Inside Paedophile Island: Incredible pictures show Jeffrey Epstein cavorting with scantily clad young women where he provided gourmet food and beauty lotions and spent hours watching topless teens in Girls Gone Wild 'for inspiration'

Jeffrey Epstein spent an hour of his day watching explicit episodes of Girls Gone Wild while working out and cavorting with nubile young women at his private Caribbean island, as seen in these photos exclusively obtained by

Sep 16 06:22

North Korea triples the amount of propaganda taught to pre-schoolers so children spend half their day learning about Kim Jong Un

Leader-worship now makes up half of the school day in North Korea
It comes under new orders handed down by Kim Jong Un's sister
'Greatness Education' will take up half of the 3 hours preschoolers spend in class

Sep 16 06:19

'China has bought our silence with their money': Judd Apatow says Hollywood is censoring films to appease Beijing by 'completely shutting down critical content'

Hollywood is censoring films in order to avoid angering China and Saudi Arabia, director Judd Apatow says.

Sep 16 06:18

Billionaire Duty Free Shoppers co-founder Chuck Feeney, 89, is now broke after giving his $8BILLION fortune to charity - but insists he couldn't be happier

The former billionaire co-founder of airport retail giant Duty Free Shoppers has given away his massive wealth to charity and is now broke, but insists he couldn't be happier.

Sep 16 06:17

WATCH: Biden Says He’ll Kill Federal Funding For Charter Schools. Many Of Those Schools Hugely Benefit Minorities.

Speaking to Lily Eskelen Garcia, the president of the National Education Association, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden said he had the same feeling that the NEA has about charter schools, adding that no “private charter school will receive a penny of federal money. None.”

Sep 16 06:16

Brutal assault of bartender caught on video over alleged mask dispute at San Diego bar

A bartender received extensive injuries after trying to de-escalate a dispute over face masks at a bar in San Diego, and the assault was caught on security video.

Sep 16 06:15

'I want to breathe your neck slowly': Joe Biden plays 'Despacito' on stage and gets mocked for it

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden debuted his speech to kick off Hispanic Heritage Month by playing a popular Spanish-language song, "Despacito," on his cellphone on Tuesday, after his campaign admitted that he has some "work to do" with Latino voters.

Sep 16 06:15

Silenced Chinese virologist tells Tucker COVID-19 released intentionally

Hours after her unceremonious Twitter ban for, we assume, presenting evidence that SARS-CoV-2 was created in a Wuhan lab, Chinese virologist Dr. Li-Meng Yan appeared on “Tucker Carlson Tonight,” where she told the Fox News host that the virus is a “Frankenstein” which was designed to target humans which was intentionally released.

“It could never come from nature,” she Yan – an MD/PhD who worked with coronavirus at the University of Hong Kong

“There is evidence left in the genome” – which Yan detailed in a 26-page scientific paper co-written with three other Chinese scientists. “They don’t want people to know this truth. Also, that’s why I get suspended [from Twitter], I get suppression. I am the target that the Chinese Communist Party wants disappeared.”

Sep 16 06:14

More than 400,000 Americans have registered to vote using Snapchat for the upcoming US presidential election

More than 400,000 people have already registered to vote on Snapchat.

Sep 16 06:14

Suspected gunman in custody after drive-by shooting wounds security officer outside US courthouse in downtown Phoenix

A drive-by shooting wounded a federal security officer outside the U.S. courthouse in downtown Phoenix on Tuesday, and a person was later taken into custody, authorities said.

Sep 16 06:12

Chimpanzee is rescued from boot of a car after being caught in a snare and beaten with an iron pipe by Angolan traffickers - only to lose his fight for life 11 days later

Chimpanzee discovered stuffed into the boot of a car by poachers in Angola
Primate had been wounded by a snare, beaten and tied by the hands and feet
Rescuers, who called the chimp Caita, had to amputate two fingers due to injury
She survived for 11 days but sadly died, before captors were jailed wildlife crimes

Sep 16 06:11

'It's b******t.': Jon Stewart slams Congress for giving the 'cold shoulder' to nearly 200,000 vets sickened by toxic burn pits in Iraq and demands financial aid - as he compares plight to 9/11 first responders

Jon Stewart accused Congress of giving the 'cold shoulder' to nearly 200,000 veterans who claim their health was compromised after they inhaled toxic fumes from burn pits in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Sep 16 06:11

FBI's background check system fails because of huge surge in gun sales amid a summer of civil unrest and rioting and the COVID-19 pandemic

A surge in people buying guns since the coronavirus pandemic began has flooded the FBI's background check system, causing a spike in the number of delayed checks and allowing gun sales to proceed without them, FBI data disclosed on Tuesday showed.

Sep 16 06:09

Father and his daughter are killed along with their friend when a wrong-way driver plowed into their car in horror crash on Long Island

Ruben Sanchez-Flores, 67, and Ivis Sanchez-Cordova, 34, died in the crash
Marvin Balcaseres, 33, drove the wrong way down Southern State Parkway
Balcasere also died as did Edith Magana, 56, in Sanchez-Flores's Nissan SUV
Sanchez-Flores's other daughter Nadia was also critically injured is in hospital

Sep 16 06:07

Hispanic college student attacked by Meryl Streep's 'racist' nephew describes how he underwent brain surgery and nearly died after being choked and beaten unconscious in road rage incident

Meryl Streep's nephew, Charles Harrison Streep, fled the scene of an 'obscenely' violent attack as the victim he sneeringly dismissed as 'just Spanish,' lay bleeding on the ground with injuries that left him only minutes from death, can reveal.

Sep 16 06:07

Tucker Carlson blames Democrats for ambush on LA deputies because they 'tell people cops are evil agents of racist genocide'

Fox News host Tucker Carlson has blamed Democrats and the Black Lives Matter movement for the shooting ambush on two Los Angeles sheriff's deputies over the weekend, claiming that anti-police rhetoric prompted the attack.

Sep 16 06:07

Disturbing moment baby owl clamps its talons around a live gecko's neck and starts eating the helpless reptile

Lamai Janta recorded the footage at her home in Tak province, northern Thailand
The birdling, named Hedwig, used its pointed beak and razor-sharp talons
It devoured the blue and orange tokay gecko much to fascination of its owner

Sep 16 06:05

Domino's pizza delivery man is 'shot dead by girl, 17, after he kills her boyfriend in self-defense with his right-to-carry gun when they lured him to empty house with fake order in botched robbery attempt'

A 17-year-old girl shot a Domino's delivery driver dead after luring the new father to an abandoned house with a fake pizza order, according to court documents.

Sep 16 06:05

CDC admitted it failed to track coronavirus months ago: Most states were 'forced to abandon' COVID-19 surveillance by June, leaked documents reveal

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) effectively gave up trying to keep track of coronavirus, admitting it had failed to do so months ago, according to documents obtained by Forbes.

Sep 16 06:03

Moment woman forces suspected arsonist to the ground and holds him at gunpoint outside her Oregon property after she spots box of matches in his hand

An Oregon woman held an alleged arsonist at gunpoint until police arrived at the scene after the man claimed he was going to start a fire on her property.

Sep 16 06:03

Kanye West threatens legal action against Universal and Sony just hours after he announced he would not make any more music until after his contract with the companies ends

Kanye West on Tuesday shared a text conversation on Twitter about possibly taking legal action against Universal and Sony just hours after the rapper announced that he would not make any more music until his contract ends.

Sep 16 06:02

Rare pink dolphins return to Hong Kong waters after coronavirus lockdown halted ferry traffic

Sightings of vulnerable Chinese white dolphin have risen by 30% since March
Boat and ferry travel were first suspended in the region in the same month
With the lull in water travel, scientists have been able to study how the dolphins respond to noise

Sep 16 06:01

Gifts from a serial killer: Man who befriends mass murderers shows off mementos given to him, from a drawing by BTK Dennis Rader to a Christmas card from Charles Manson, as he launches new podcast where he speaks to killers to tease out more confessions

A drawing from BTK serial killer Dennis Rader. A violin made from popsicle sticks from William Clyde Gibson, who killed three women and buried one in his backyard in Indiana. A Christmas card from Charles Manson.

Sep 16 06:00

NYC comptroller says wealthy residents WILL have to 'step up' and pay higher taxes to close the city's gaping $4.2billion debt - just weeks after Gov. Cuomo begged the rich to return

New York City's wealthiest residents should be prepared to 'step up and help' close the Big Apple's gaping $4.2 billion deficit by paying higher taxes, Comptroller Scott Stringer said.

Sep 16 05:59

Barbados says it will remove the Queen as head of state next year and 'fully leave our colonial past behind'

PM Mia Mottley said Barbados would be a republic by November 2021
'Barbadians want a Barbadian Head of State,' the LSE graduate said
Barbados has had a constitutional monarchy since its independence in 1966

Sep 16 05:57

The spread of coronavirus could DOUBLE during influenza season - but scientists say getting the flu shot could lower your risks during the 'upcoming twindemic'

Influenza outbreaks may enable the spread of the novel coronavirus, a new European study suggests.