Massive Oil Leak Kills Marine Life And Birds In Orange County.
Damage from an offshore oil spill that killed fish and birds, polluted beaches, and threatened wetlands was contained by crews working around the clock on Sunday. There was an oil spill off the coast of Huntington Beach on Saturday that was tied to an offshore oil platform called Elly, according to the early reports. The collapse resulted in at least 126,000 gallons of crude oil spilling into coastal seas, causing an oil slick the size of Santa Monica that covered 8,320 acres and reached the beaches of Newport Beach and Huntington Beach early on Sunday.Read full story
Cheap And Cool Places For a Budget Date Near Ohio State
Another nearby attraction is the Franklin Park Conservatory, which is only a short bus ride away from campus and offers significant savings for college students. Enjoy the beautiful indoor botanical garden and the many outside grounds. Ask any of the dozens of couples who get married there each year: it's a dream come true for lovers.Read full story
$20 Million Announced By Ohio State For Additional Safety And Security.
President Kristina M. Johnson and Columbus Mayor Andrew J. Ginther announced today that the Ohio State University will invest an additional $2 million per year for the next decade to improve safety and security on and around campus. An estimated $20 million will be spent in total.Read full story
Parents of students at Ohio State University have bought a billboard to express their concern about crime on campus.
Parents of Ohio State University students have taken to a giant billboard on Lane Avenue and North Star Road to express their concerns about campus safety. Irene Hendrick, whose son attends Ohio State, said, "Our perception is that crime is out of hand".Read full story
Amazon Opens Up Its Biggest Facility In California Near The Mexican Border.
SAN DIEGO — Amazon's San Diego-Tijuana regional manager, JaNiece Ford, cut the ribbon to mark the opening of the store. The company plans to build two similar facilities, one on each side of the border, although the one in the United States will be 10 times larger.Read full story
Taliban Officials Claim That Executions Will Be Reinstated.
photo from Flickr (creative common license) There was a brutal Taliban government in Afghanistan in the late 1990s, which frequently executed people in stadiums. Despite Taliban claims to the contrary, there are worrying signs that things may return to the way they were in the near future.Read full story
Judge Dismisses Cases Of Sex Abuse Against Ohio State University
A federal judge dismissed cases brought against Ohio State University by several former students linked to sexual violence, which he said had suffered against former athletic team Doctor Richard Strauss.Read full story
Stay Home: Taliban to women employees in Kabul City.
The Interim Mayor of the capital of Afghanistan says several women city workers have been instructed by the new Taliban leaders of the country. Sunday, Hamdullah Namony informed reporters that only women unable to be substituted by men were allowed to report to work. He said that this comprises qualified professionals in the departments of design and engineering and women attending the public bathrooms for women.Read full story
San Diego County's median home price fell to $725,000 for the second month in a row.
The median home price in San Diego County dropped to $725,000 for a second consecutive month in August as the competition slows down, but experts said they were not expecting a crash or a large slowdown anytime soon.Read full story
The Temperature Gets Over 100 At Various Places In San Diego.
The city of San Diego in the state of California on Tuesday saw Alpine set a new record for the 21st of September, while high-pressure systems in Vista and Ramona tied their previous days' highs.Read full story
ISIS-K: Suicide Bomber Who Attacked Kabul Airport Was Arrested In Delhi (India) 5 Years Ago.
In propaganda materials, ISIS-K claims that the Kabul airport suicide bomber intended to carry out an attack in India but was captured in Delhi five years ago. ISIS-K claimed IS-K suicide bomber Abdur Rahman Logari who carried out the Aug 26 Kabul Airport bombing; traveled to India to carry attack in revenge for Kashmir but was unfortunately arrested in Dehli 5-years ago & deported to Afghanistan after serving in prison, Salim Mehsud wrote in a tweet.Read full story
What Did The United States Accomplish In Afghanistan?
There are no American troops in Afghanistan for the first time since the attacks of September 11, 2001. U.S. President Joe Biden said on Tuesday that after the Trump administration signed a withdrawal agreement with the Taliban in February 2020, he was left with only two options: either honor the agreement or renege on it and send in more troops to continue the war, while defending his decision to withdraw forces, which led to the Taliban quickly taking over Kabul on August 15. "I wasn't going to extend this forever war, and I wasn't going to extend a forever exit," Mr. Biden said.Read full story
The United States' New Covid-19 International Travel Regulations
All foreign citizens over the age of 18 traveling to the United States will be required to show proof of current immunizations before boarding their flight. Travelers must also give proof of a negative Covid-19 test done within 72 hours of departing for the United States in addition to this new requirement.Read full story
More Than 25 Taliban Fighters Were Killed In The Blast In Jalalabad (Afghanistan): Islamic State Claimed The Attack.
Taliban and IS are having a hard time as they disagree on religious and strategic matters, resulting in bloody conflict. ISIS claimed for bombings in eastern Afghanistan's Jalalabad city, the Amaaq News Agency reported on Sunday via its Telegram channel. According to Amaaq News Agency, there were "three separate bomb attacks" in Jalalabad on Saturday targeting three Taliban vehicles and another bomb attack on a "Taliban vehicle" on Sunday. "In a series of explosions that took place, more than 35 Taliban militia members were killed or wounded."Read full story
Taliban With Assault Rifles Mingle With Children And Families In Kabul Zoo
Assault rifle-wielding Taliban soldiers mix with families in the Kabul Zoo, an unusual event for many of the young Afghan insurgents from the countryside. A group of highly armed Taliban fighters watches over picnickers eating ice cream and salted pomegranate seeds as they set up their blankets and spread out their food in the sheltered areas of the park.Read full story
Outgunned and Alone: Panjshir's Resistance Defeated by Taliban.
Over a dozen of Taliban vehicles are burnt and twisted ruins, a testament to their ferocious fight. "There were too many of them," says an elderly man in the Panjshir Valley of the last stand opposition fighters made against the Taliban's inexorable advance of Afghanistan.Read full story
These Restaurant In San Diego Will Blow Your Taste Buds.
The Lodge at Torrey Pines' specialty restaurant goes above and beyond hotel cuisine. In a warm and friendly Craftsman-style dining room, head chef Jeff Jackson and chef de cuisine Kelli Crosson collaborate on perfectly sourced farm-to-table cooking, with dishes such housemade terrines, Liberty Duck breast, and leg confit, and beets with pistachio butter.Read full story
San Diego County Cross The Milestone Of 4000 Covid Deaths And Reported Over 600 New Covid Cases.
Public health officials in San Diego County reported 611 new COVID-19 infections and eight deaths on Friday, raising the county's death toll to over 4,000. The new figures bring the overall number of coronavirus illnesses and deaths in the county to 348,100.Read full story
Few Tips For Healthy Lifestyle.
Weight, fitness, mental well-being, and the absence of disease and injury are just a few of the indicators to be a healthy person. Although it may be tempting to measure health by a single, absolute criterion, overall health is actually the result of a combination of factors.Read full story
A Marine from Camp Pendleton who was injured in the Kabul blasts has returned to San Diego.
SAN DIEGO – A marine from Camp Pendleton who was injured in the Afghanistan blasts has returned to San Diego for treatment. Nicole Hood was terrified when news of the Kabul blasts first broke three weeks ago.Read full story