# World news
Rupert Murdoch steps down as chairman of Fox and News Corp
Rupert Murdoch announced Thursday that he will step down as chairman of Fox Corporation and News Corp. “For my entire professional life, I have been engaged daily with news and ideas, and that will not change,” Murdoch wrote in a memo to employees. “But the time is right for me to take on different roles, knowing that we have truly talented teams.”
The United States and China Hold Talks in an Effort to Ease Tensions
In an effort to reduce tensions between the two nations, the US and China have recently held a number of discussions. Trade, security, and climate change were just a few of the topics that were discussed during these discussions.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on his way home after concluding a trip to Russia’s Far East
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un concluded his six-day trip to Russia, raising concerns about possible weapons transfer deals between the two countries. During his visit, Kim met with President Vladimir Putin and visited military and technology sites, highlighting their deepening defense cooperation.
Kevin McCarthy said, 'Republicans have Uncovered Serious Allegations' about Joe Biden's conduct
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy announced on Tuesday that House Republicans have discovered "serious and credible allegations regarding President Biden's actions," which will be the foundation for an impeachment inquiry.
Parents of 14-Year-Old Boy Forced to Amputate His Hands and Feet
A Tennessee family recently faced a heart-wrenching decision: they had to amputate their 14-year-old son's hands and feet to save his life after what initially seemed like 'flu-like symptoms' in mid-June.
As Death Toll From Libya's Flooding Hits 5,100 Searchers Continue the Race to Recover Bodies
DERNA, Libya — Search teams foraged through streets, damaged buildings and even the sea Wednesday to look for bodies in a coastal Libyan city where the collapse of two dams unleashed a massive flash flood that killed at least 5,100 people;as reported by APNews. The Mediterranean city of Derna has struggled to get help after Sunday night’s deluge washed away most road access. Aid workers who managed to reach the city described devastation in its center, with thousands still missing and tens of thousands left homeless; reports The Philadelphia Inquirer.
14-Year-Old John Sheeran Charged with Attempted Drowning of Another Teen
Last month, a grand jury indicted John Sheeran, a white juvenile, on one count of attempted murder and one count of assault with a dangerous weapon for an alleged attack, as announced by authorities.
Bodycam Footage Reveals Cop Awkwardly Laughing about Graduate Student Hit and Killed by a Cop
Recently disclosed bodycam footage exposes a Seattle police officer's inappropriate response to the tragic death of a young woman who was struck and killed by a police car. In the footage, the officer can be heard making inappropriate comments, suggesting that the victim had "limited value" and proposing that the city should simply provide compensation.
Eric Adams Standing Next to Kamala Harris, who is Smiling at 9/11 Memorial, as Leaders Split
Eric Adams appeared somewhat uneasy as he stood alongside a cheerful Vice President Kamala Harris at Manhattan's 9/11 memorial, a tableau that vividly illustrated the underlying tensions between local and federal Democrats regarding immigration matters.
Joe Biden Said, 'I'm Going to Go to Bed,' While Karine Jean-Pierre Abruptly Ended the News Press
President Biden seemed to crave a nap during a lengthy 26-minute international press conference in Vietnam on Sunday, which marked the conclusion of his whirlwind trip to Asia.
Joe Biden was Still Responding to Questions After Jean-Pierre Abruptly Ended the Press Conference
White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre unexpectedly concluded a news conference with President Joe Biden in Hanoi, Vietnam on Sunday. At one point, she took the microphone and declared that the event had concluded, even though the president was still addressing questions from reporters in the room.
Pennsylvania is still in a Manhunt as 400 Cops are searching for the Escaped Killer
On September 7, 2023, Pennsylvania State Police officers maintained road closures in and around Chester County as they relentlessly pursued the escaped convict, Danelo Cavalcante. The ongoing manhunt has prompted significant developments, including the dismissal of the tower guard on duty during the escape, while hundreds of officers remain mobilized in their quest to locate the fugitive inmate.
Musk & Starlink: A Ukrainian Defense?
In a new biography by Walter Isaacson, it is claimed that Elon Musk ordered his Starlink satellite communications network to be deactivated near the Crimean coast last year. The reason behind this alleged action was to neutralize a Ukrainian drone attack on Russian warships. As per CNN, the excerpt from the biography states that armed submarine drones were hampered by the loss of connectivity and consequently washed ashore harmlessly.
Abraham Accords is based on understanding, says Israeli minister in UAE
There were a lot of meetings about the Abraham Accords in the United Arab Emirates last week, where Heritage Minister Amichai Eliyahu went. When Eliyahu got back to Israel, he said, "The Abraham Accords are based on a rich historical legacy." "Our ancestor Abraham is also their ancestor, and the UAE proves the Torah verse that says Abraham will be a blessing to all nations."
Two women were kicked off an Air Canada flight for refusing vomit-covered seats
Two Air Canada passengers were escorted off the plane after they refused to remain in vomit-covered seats that had been improperly cleaned. The female passengers were flying from Montreal to Vienna.
Trump tells Glenn Beck he’d ‘lock up’ political opponents if reelected
President Trump vows to "lock up" those who are trying to politically destroy him if he is reelected, citing their corruption. He specifically mentions Hillary Clinton and expresses regret for not locking her up when he became president.
Fall of a Titan: Wagner Mercenary Chief Yevgeny Prigozhin Confirmed Dead
Yevgeny Prigozhin, the influential chief of the Wagner Group, a notorious private military company, was confirmed dead in a plane crash north of Moscow. The news was announced by Russia's investigative committee after DNA testing positively identified the bodies recovered from the wreckage. Prigozhin's name had earlier surfaced on a passenger list of a private jet, raising suspicions of his demise. Known for his close association with Russian President Vladimir Putin, Prigozhin played a significant role in various geopolitical conflicts, particularly in Ukraine.
North Korea asserts U.S. soldier fled there after becoming disillusioned with American society
North Korea is asserting Pvt. Travis King bolted across the border last month after becoming disillusioned with the inequality of American.Photo byHYUNG-JIN KIM Associated Press.
Cafe in Italy charged €2 extra for cutting toast in half
A cafe in Italy charged a customer who wanted to share his lunch with his girlfriend an additional fee for 'cutting the toast in half'. The British tourist was stunned to see a 2 Euro 'diviso da meta' charge on the bill he paid.