Sep 22 10:59

Is this the Lost Queen of England? Ghosthunters spot spooky apparition in monastery they believe to be Lady tipped to take throne after Elizabeth I

Retford Ghost Hunters' leader Rachel Parsons was left spooked by the image
Spirit believed to be Arbella Stuart who starved to death at Tower of London, 1615
Disturbing image at Rufford Abbey, Notts. compared to horror film promo poster

Sep 22 10:57

How Mormon-raised Nikola founder Trevor Milton who quit amid fraud claims at the electric truck start-up went from college-dropout to billionaire after being inspired by mission trip to Brazil and set a Utah real-estate record when he bought $32.5M ranch

The CEO and founder of truck start-up company Nikola, who was forced to step down as executive chairman, is a college-dropout turned billionaire who set a Utah real-estate record, spending $32.5million on 2,670 acre ranch.

Sep 22 10:56

Are the additives in our food making us ill? Scientists say a diet of highly processed meals is fuelling harmful inflammation that can lead to heart disease, arthritis, dementia and even cancer

Our lives are being cut short by the toxic effects of our ‘ultra-processed’ diet, according to new research buried by the attention on Covid-19.

Sep 22 10:54

Four-year-old boy is shot dead and four adults are wounded when gunman barges into Ohio home and opens fire

Police in Ohio are searching for a man who walked into a family's home and opened fire early this morning, killing a four-year-old boy and wounding four adults.

Sep 22 10:53

Trump Blasts China On Coronavirus Pandemic In United Nations Speech

President Donald Trump on Tuesday ripped China and the World Health Organization (WHO) for mishandling the virus that led to a pandemic.

Sep 22 10:52

UK Leader OKs Use Of Troops To Support Police Enforcement of New Strict COVID-19 Restrictions

United Kingdom Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Tuesday announced that he will make the Army available to help police enforce strict new coronavirus rules he is putting in place for up to six months.

Sep 22 10:51

Police officer who helped turn round South Yorkshire force during Rotherham sex abuse scandal takes senior Scotland Yard job

Matt Jukes is to be made assistant commissioner, starting work in November
More than 1,000 children were exploited in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013
A report said Mr Jukes' leadership helped police become proactive in the case

Sep 22 10:51

Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono: Packing the court is 'long overdue'

Senate Democrats are telling the American people they are ready to go all in on packing the Supreme Court if former Vice President Joe Biden wins the election in November. Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) is the latest in a growing chorus of Democrats vowing to expand the court, calling the extreme legislation "long overdue court reform."

Sep 22 10:49

Emmy Ratings Drop To An All-Time Low With 6.1M Viewers Even Though Jimmy Kimmel And A Mini Friends Reunion Kept The Virtual Show Interesting

The Emmys Awards aired virtually on Sunday evening with no live audience in Los Angeles.

Sep 22 10:48

Jerry Harris, 21, To Remain In Custody In Child Pornography Case After His Lawyer Says There's No Plan Yet For Where The Cheer Star Could Go If Released On Bail

Netflix Cheer star Jerry Harris will remain in federal custody after being charged with child pornography because his lawyer said there is no plan yet for where he could go if he was released on bail.

Sep 22 10:48

Three NFL Teams, Coaches Fined More Than $1 Million For Not Wearing Face Masks

Three teams in the National Football League have been fined more than $1 million because their coaches didn’t wear masks during games.

Sep 22 10:47

Man shoots intruders, one of them fatally, after they shatter home's window in middle of night

As gun sales spike amid a growing wave of violence in America's streets over the past several months, one would assume that thoughtful, reflective criminals would be aware that the odds of targeting gun owners likely increase by the day.

Sep 22 10:46

Newsweek attacks potential Trump SCOTUS nominee for her Christian faith, has to issue a major correction

President Donald Trump will announce his Supreme Court nomination this weekend, and Judge Amy Coney Barrett of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit is believed to be a top candidate.

Sep 22 10:34

Police Declare State Of Emergency Ahead Of Breonna Taylor Decision

The Louisville Metro Police Department declared a state of emergency on Monday “in anticipation” of the announcement in the Breonna Taylor case, an internal memo reveals.

Sep 22 10:33

Russell Brand is slammed as 'patronising' after admitting he was surprised that two 'working class' men could use 'poetic language' to describe the colour of his dog

Russell Brand sparked outrage on Twitter after saying he was 'surprised' at the 'poetic language' used by 'two working class men' to describe his dog.

Sep 22 10:32

It's a barked potato! Dog owner digs up home-grown spud that looks just like her pet pooch

Joanne Gudger, 47, was floored when she found a potato that looked like her dog
The potato bore an uncanny resemblance to her 13-year-old bulldog, Dave
She now calls the dog 'potato head Dave' and hasn't eaten the potato

Sep 22 10:25

"What I've told you won't be reported on the BBC" | Craig Murray on Assange extradition

Sep 22 09:42

Bill Gates predicts the US will have a COVID-19 vaccine by early 2021 - but 'how quickly we end the pandemic' will depend on how many people are willing to get the shot

Bill Gates says he believes there will be a coronavirus vaccine approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) by early 2021.

Sep 22 09:29

Could a TASTE test predict who will get severely ill from coronavirus? Patients who can't detect bitter flavors are at higher risk for being hospitalized

A taste test may be able to predict how ill patients will become if they are infected with the novel coronavirus, a new study suggests.

Sep 22 09:28

'I tried repeatedly, begged him, bribed him, pleaded with him': New Hampshire mom is forced off American Airlines flight with her two-year-old son because he would not wear a mask

A New Hampshire mother says she was forced off an American Airlines flights after her tired two-year-old son refused to wear a face mask.

Sep 22 09:16

Missouri biker festival draws 125,000 people to Lake of Ozarks amid fears it will be another Sturgis 'super spreader'

A Missouri biker festival that drew about 125,000 people has sparked fears that the event may become a 'super spreader' for the coronavirus after photos showed many maskless participants.

Sep 22 09:14


The American people own most of the wealth – private and public – and most of the information in the country. The top one percent do not.

The American people have most of the power in the country. The top one percent do not.

These assertions may surprise you, because the top one percent and the giant corporations work overtime to control what you own. This means they do not have to seize what you own so long as their control provides them with both riches and power over you.

Sep 22 09:14

John Lennon's Killer Apologises To Yoko Ono For 'Despicable Act' And Told Parole Board Who Denied His 11th Bid For Freedom 'I Think About It All Of The Time'

John Lennon's killer has apologised to the singer's widow, Yoko Ono, saying he thinks about the 'despicable act' all the time.

Sep 22 09:10

Criminal Indictments (Picture)

Sep 22 09:09

Wall Street slumps as markets tumble worldwide with the Dow dropping 509.72 points after earlier 942 point slide and the S&P 500 recording a four day losing streak

Wall Street's main indexes tumbled on Monday as concerns about new lockdowns in Europe and possible delays in fresh stimulus from Congress raised fears the U.S. economy faces a longer road to recovery than previously hoped for.

Sep 22 09:06

Happy ending for 'Romeo and Juliet of lockdown': Italian couple who spotted each other from neighbouring balconies when forced to stay home for ten weeks reveal they are to marry

Love in the time of Coronavirus - the modern day Romeo and Juliet, who met from their balcony, have announced that they are getting married.

Sep 22 09:06

EXCLUSIVE: 'Fort Hood broke him.' Mother of soldier, 21, who hanged himself at plagued Texas base demands answers, saying he had no mental health issues before the fateful posting and claims the military failed him and the 27 other dead soldiers

Logan Castello was born to be a soldier. At age 7, he wore an army camouflage outfit for Halloween and from that day on he would hardly take it off, his mother recalls.

Sep 22 09:03

'I lost my baby boy': Father breaks down in tears and demands change in New York after his one-year-old son was shot dead in a stroller during the city's surge in crime

The father of a one-year-old boy who was shot in his stroller in Brooklyn has shared his anguish and pleaded for change as New York City's surge in gun violence rages on.

Sep 22 09:00

Moment man, 25, viciously assaults lone female rider, 29, in unprovoked attack on Miami metro where he punched her more than 20 times, kicked her and slammed her head, 'before beating two more men that same day'

A Miami metro rider has been caught on camera viciously assaulting a lone female traveler in an unprovoked, random attack.

Joshua James King, 25, is accused of beating up Andrea Puerta, 29, during the incident on September 4, leaving her with a concussion, a broken rib and bruising.

Sep 22 09:00

Time matters in coronavirus transmission: Study finds cutting a 'superspreading' choir practice from 2.5 hours to 30 minutes could have reduced the number of infections by SEVEN-FOLD

The amount to time you are exposed to coronavirus may partially dictate how likely you are to catch the potentially deadly virus, a new study suggests.

Sep 22 08:58

EIGHTH coronavirus death linked to super spreader Maine wedding that has led to at least 270 cases

An eighth death has been linked to a coronavirus outbreak stemming from a super spreader wedding and reception in northern Maine.

Sep 22 08:57

Bloodied man walks woman, 51, accused of kidnapping him into a Colorado hospital at gunpoint

A Colorado man thwarted his own abduction over the weekend when police say he disarmed his female kidnapper and then marched her into a hospital at gunpoint.

Sep 22 08:56

Trump blasts President Xi after US Congressional report condemns China and the WHO for 'covering up' coronavirus with 'propaganda' and allowing a 'likely preventable pandemic' to kill 961,435 and infect 31 million people worldwide

A leaked Congressional report allegedly found that China covered up the severity of the coronavirus outbreak there and, with the help of a 'complicit' World Health Organization (WHO), allowed COVID-19 to become a pandemic.

Sep 22 08:55

Department of Commerce challenges judge's order that blocked its attempt to ban the Chinese messaging and payments app WeChat

The US Commerce Department said it will challenge an order issued by a judge that blocks the Trump administration from requiring Apple and Google to remove WeChat from their U.S. app stores.

Sep 22 08:50

LA deputy, 31, who was shot in ambush attack in Compton is pictured in the hospital on the phone to President Trump who called her to tell her 'the country was behind her'

President Trump phoned the two L.A. deputies who were shot in a drive-by attack in Compton last week to tell them the country was behind them as they recovered from their injuries in hospital.

Sep 22 08:49

Oklahoma State University bull rider, 20, dies after he's 'bucked off and trampled' at a Texas rodeo

A member of the Oklahoma State University Rodeo Team has died after being injured when he was bucked off a bull at the Palo Pinto County Livestock Association's PRCA Pro Rodeo.

Sep 22 08:43

Husband, 29, 'Shoots And Kills His Wife, 27, Before Turning The Gun On Himself In Murder-Suicide' After Family Saw His 'Alarming' Messages On Social Media

A mother-of-two has been shot dead in what police believe was a murder-suicide by her husband who then turned the gun on himself.

Sep 22 08:40

Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell gave girls fruit platters and ice tea to keep them 'prepubescently thin', Virginia Roberts claims

Jeffrey Epstein accuser Virginia Roberts Giuffre has described how the millionaire paedophile and his ex-girlfriend Ghislaine Maxwell fed their victims fruit platters and iced tea on a 'ridiculous diet' to keep them looking 'prepubescent'.

Sep 22 08:37

Harrowing bodycam footage shows cops chasing and shooting an autistic boy, 13, multiple times after they responded to a call to 'de-escalate' his mental breakdown

Police have released harrowing footage of the moment a 13-year-old boy was chased by cops and then shot multiple times.

Sep 22 08:36

Amy Coney Barrett emerges as the favorite to fill Ruth Bader Ginsburg's vacant seat after 'meeting Donald Trump at the White House' while Barbara Lagoa falls to a 'distant second'

Amy Coney Barrett has emerged as President Donald Trump's top choice to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the nation's highest court, sources say.

Sep 22 08:33

Jill Biden's first husband calls Joe a hypocrite for 'criticizing people's character' after the Democrat had an affair with his wife and reveals he'll vote for Trump in November

Jill Biden's ex-husband has said he was 'betrayed by the Bidens', claiming once again that he was still married to Jill when she met Joe, and denying the well-publicized story of the Bidens' meeting on a blind date.

Sep 22 08:32

'Ellen turned my trauma into a joke': Former employees and critics pan DeGeneres for her 'tone deaf', 'disingenuous' and 'half-hearted' monologue responding to claims she runs a toxic work environment

Ellen DeGeneres is facing renewed criticism after she issued an apology in response to allegations of a toxic work environment on her show that was seen by some as disingenuous, half-hearted and tone deaf.

Sep 22 08:17

Tucker: The left’s extreme reaction to Ginsburg’s death

Sep 22 07:39

Scapegoated To Death: Fake-News Media, BLM Pressure Cause Jake Gardner Suicide

The Nebraska bar owner who defended himself in the bar and shot dead a George Floyd protester in May was found dead of an apparent suicide on Sunday – few days after he was accused on manslaughter charges, police said.

The body of Jake Gardner, 38, of Omaha, was found around 12:20 p.m. outside a medical clinic in Hillsboro, Oregon, some 20 miles west of Portland, cops said. His lawyer said that Gardner left Nebraska for the West Coast shortly after shooting during death threats.

Sep 22 07:36

Slavoj Zizek: The treatment of Assange is an assault on everyone’s personal freedoms

Julian Assange has had his rights stripped away in a case that should alarm millions, but too few people care because his character has been assassinated. He might have to go to prison before he gets the support he deserves.

There is an old joke from the time of World War I about an exchange of telegrams between the German Army headquarters and the Austrian-Hungarian HQ. From Berlin to Vienna, the message is “The situation on our part of the front is serious, but not catastrophic,” and the reply from Vienna is: “With us, the situation is catastrophic, but not serious.”

The reply from Vienna seems to offer a model for how we react to crises today, from the Covid-19 pandemic to forest fires on the west coast of the US (and elsewhere): ‘Yeah, we know a catastrophe is pending, media warn us all the time, but somehow we are not ready to take the situation seriously…’

Sep 22 07:35

Presidents, ex-presidents & political leaders add names to growing list calling for an end to Assange persecution

A further 11 current and former world leaders have joined an ever-growing list of politicians calling for an end to the political and legal persecution of journalist and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange.

Argentinian President Alberto Fernández and Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro have added their names to an open letter to the UK government, calling for an end to Assange’s persecution.

The message has now been signed by 167 ministers, former heads of state and members of parliament. It is addressed to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and warns Britain against violating domestic, international and human rights law by extraditing the WikiLeaks founder to the United States.

Sep 22 07:33

Good Analogy (Picture)

Sep 22 07:33

Conjoined 14-Month-Old Twins Born Locked In An Embrace Are Successfully Separated In Michigan Following 11-Hour Surgery Involving More Than 24 Doctors And Nurses

Doctors at the University of Michigan separated one-year-old conjoined twin sisters - born hugging each other - just 14 months after they were born.

Sep 22 07:31

Ancient tooth the size of a human hand belonged to an American mastodon some 10,000 years ago is discovered in Missouri river by teen explorer

Ira Johnson is an 18-year-old explorer living in Missouri who made an astonishing find while walking along the Grand River – he discovered a fossilized mastodon tooth.

Sep 22 07:29

Kentucky Police Initiate State of Emergency Ahead of Grand Jury Decision on Breonna Taylor Case

The Louisville Metropolitan Police Department (LMPD) ordered a state of emergency on Monday for Louisville, Kentucky, ahead of a highly-anticipated grand jury decision on the Breonna Taylor case.

In the LMPD declaration, personnel were informed that all officers would be required to be present and would not be allowed to take time-off in the coming days.

?“Effective immediately, all off-days are hereby canceled and vacation requests that have not already been submitted and approved are canceled until further notice," reads an LMPD statement sent to all personnel.

Sep 22 07:29

Manhattan's district attorney says he has grounds to investigate Donald Trump for tax fraud and argues the president's returns should be released because of 'mountainous' allegations of misconduct

Manhattan's district attorney on Monday said the 'mountainous' allegations of misconduct linked to President Donald Trump and his businesses justified enforcing a subpoena for his tax returns and other financial records.

Sep 22 07:28

CDC says its guidance that coronavirus spreads through the air was posted 'IN ERROR'

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) says it mistakenly published guidance suggesting that the novel coronavirus spreads through the air.

Sep 22 07:27

Louisville police declare state of emergency due to fear of riots that could follow Breonna Taylor decision

The Louisville Metropolitan Police Department declared a state of emergency for the city Monday in anticipation of the unrest that could follow a grand jury decision on whether or not to charge the three officers involved in the raid that killed Breonna Taylor in March, NBC News reported.

Sep 22 07:27

Delaware officials, FBI seize enough fentanyl to kill 75 percent of state's population in Operation No Mas

Delaware investigators along with the Federal Bureau of Investigation say they seized enough fentanyl during a massive drug bust to kill 75 percent of the state's population of 973,764.

Sep 22 07:26

Tropical Storm Beta makes landfall in Texas as heavy rain batters the Gulf Coast and threatens to bring a four-foot surge to the area already reeling from a busy hurricane season

Tropical Storm Beta made landfall on the Texas coast on Monday night as parts of the state and neighboring Louisiana braced for flooding and a storm surge of up to four feet.

Sep 22 07:26

Man demands parents choose between Trump signs in their yard and seeing their grandkids. It spectacularly backfires — and now he's sorry.

Writer Leo Guinan went viral after sharing a personal, anti-Trump anecdote Friday on Medium, revealing that he told his mother and father that they would have to choose between having a Trump 2020 sign in their front yard and seeing their son and grandchildren.

Sep 22 07:26

Iranian woman walks round the globe to introduce peace road

Every year on September 21 people around the world attempt to strengthen the ideals of peace in various ways.

The day was established in 1981 by the United Nations General Assembly. Countries attempt to stop hostilities during the day and hold educational and cultural events to promote peace.

This year a common enemy, known as the coronavirus, has made it more necessary to promote peace and help the world get rid of the disaster.

Due to the spread of the virus, the programs are held with restrictions and few people participate.

In Iran, a woman has decided to walk around the world. She is going to introduce a peace road for the first time to the world. By travelling between peace symbols of different countries, this Iranian woman seeks to deliver Iran’s message of peace to other parts of the world.

Sep 22 07:25

Bill Barr's Justice Department brands New York, Portland and Seattle as 'anarchist jurisdictions' and face losing billions for failing to maintain law and order

The Justice Department declared New York City, Portland and Seattle as 'anarchist jurisdictions Monday that can have federal funding ripped away for failing to clamp down on violence according to its criteria.

It listed the three cities as among those 'that have permitted violence and destruction of property to persist and have refused to undertake reasonable measures to counteract criminal activity.'

Sep 22 07:19

World Leaders Call on the UK to Free Julian Assange

A group of over 160 current and former politicians endorsed a letter that demands the UK government release WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange immediately. The publisher is currently fighting extradition to the US at Old Bailey court in London and could face up to 175 years in prison for exposing US war crimes.

The group includes heads of state, congressional members, diplomats, and lawmakers from all across the globe. Notable endorsees include the President of Argentina Alberto Fernandez, former President of Brazil Lula da Silva, former Prime Minister of Spain Jose Luis Zapatero, and UK PM Jeremy Corbyn. The only US politicians on the list are former Senator Mike Gravel from Alaska and former Rep. Ron Paul from Texas.

The letter is addressed to UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and other UK officials and was written by the group Lawyers for Assange.

Sep 22 07:16

It's a barked potato! Dog owner digs up home-grown spud that looks just like her pet pooch

Joanne Gudger, 47, was floored when she found a potato that looked like her dog
The potato bore an uncanny resemblance to her 13-year-old bulldog, Dave
She now calls the dog 'potato head Dave' and hasn't eaten the potato

Sep 22 07:16

Hundreds of Spinosaurus teeth unearthed in ancient river bed that flowed through the Sahara Desert 100 million years ago suggests the giant predator had an aquatic lifestyle

A trove of more than a thousand dinosaur teeth in the Sahara Desert confirms that the largest carnivorous dinosaur on record spent most of its time in the water.

Sep 22 07:14

Tragedy as around 90 pilot whales die in Tasmania after largest mass-stranding in a decade - with 25 saved as rescuers battle to free 155 more

270 pilot whales from two pods were found stranded on Tasmania's rugged and isolated west coast Monday
Rescuers including local fishermen and volunteers rushed to help move the animals back to deeper waters

Sep 22 07:04

Orange flu (Picture)

Sep 22 07:04

Second L.A. cop shot in Compton ambush is released from hospital after she was pictured speaking on the phone to Trump who told her 'the country was behind her'

A second police officer who was shot while on duty in the Compton area of Los Angeles earlier this month has been released from hospital less than two weeks after the brutal and unprovoked shooting.

Sep 22 07:01

Trump Derangement Syndrome turns Dems from vaccine Stalinists into anti-vaxxers as treatment nears for COVID-19

Without a doubt 2020 has been one of the oddest, and most loathed, years in the history of our country. But nothing has been as strange as the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Sep 22 07:01

The New York Times and Washington Post both have financial ties to China, enabling communist manipulation of America’s corrupt, dishonest news giants

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is more than just a complacent, docile presence, magically contained within China’s borders. The CCP represents a ruthless ideology of oppression that seeks to influence and manipulate governments and institutions around the world.

Sep 22 06:58

Cops arrest man and woman carrying a gun, 200 rounds of ammunition and a shovel near Trump's Ohio rally as Secret Service join probe and pair are charged with making terrorist threats

Police have arrested a man and a woman who were allegedly found carrying shovels and a gun near where President Trump was holding a rally in Ohio.

Sep 22 06:58

America is facing 'time-bomb' explosion of millions of 'super pigs' that can reproduce at just three months old, grow up to 400lbs and destroy thousands of square miles of farms and livestock

The United States is on the cusp of a huge pig 'time bomb' with the number feral hogs increasing in huge numbers.

Sep 22 06:55

Woman suspected of mailing ricin to President Trump at the White House is accused of sending poison-tainted envelopes to a sheriff and law enforcement in Texas

The woman accused of mailing an envelope containing ricin to President Trump is also suspected of sending additional poisoned envelopes to law enforcement in Texas.

Sep 22 06:50

You Know It’s The Truth (Picture)

Sep 22 06:47

Parents And Their Teenage Child Are Charged For Throwing A Party For 60 Students That Forced Their Massachusetts High School To Switch To Remote Learning

Two parents as well as their high school-aged child have been charged with providing alcohol to minors and violating social host laws in Massachusetts after hosting a party with up to 60 other teenagers.

Sep 22 06:45

Assange is at 'Very High Risk of Suicide' Should Extradition Occur, Neuropsychiatrist Tells Court

The WikiLeaks publisher, who faces up to 175 years in prison for his role in obtaining and publishing classified US documents, has been kept at Belmarsh maximum-security prison since he was removed from the Ecuadorian Embassy on 11 April 2019.

WikiLeaks publisher Julian Assange is at "very high risk of suicide” should extradition occur to the US, and the suicide risk "arises directly from Mr Assange’s psychiatric disorder”, the Old Bailey heard on Tuesday.

Mr Assange has a history of clinical depression, expert tells court

Sep 22 06:44

Democrats are threatening to impeach Trump if he fills the Supreme Court vacancy. But he must – our republic is at mortal risk

The president is constitutionally obliged to nominate a replacement for Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and he needs to do it quickly, so the court can be ready to counter all the cheating that the left will try on this November.

So the Democrats are now thinking of trying to impeach President Donald Trump again, if he tries to push through a Supreme Court nominee this year. Given that he is obliged to fill such vacancies under Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution, that’s like trying to impeach someone for doing their job properly.

But Nasty Nancy can’t help but threaten him anyway. “We have arrows in our quiver that I’m not about to discuss right now,” Pushy Pelosi said on TV yesterday. I suspect the president will hardly be quivering in the Oval Office.

Let’s have a little history lesson, because I want to understand all this correctly.