May 15, 2022

More than 66,000 Ukrainian men returned to fight | REPORT | ‘Saturday Agenda’

More than 66,000 Ukrainian men have returned from other countries to fight for their country. Correspondent Chuck Holton reports – Via Newsmax’s ‘Saturday Agenda.’ Watch Newsmax on Directv 349, Xfinity 1115, Dish 216, Spectrum (see channels), Cox, Optimum, U-Verse 1120, FiOS 615, Suddenlink, CenturyLink 1209, Mediacom 277, Fubo, Sling, WOW!, Armstrong, or the Newsmax smartphone […]

Myocarditis cases after COVID-19 vaccine under investigation

Myocarditis is occurring among some young people receiving the COVID-19 vaccine – both the Pfizer and Modern. Dr. Guilherme …

CDC Director Hints Masking May End but Will Resume if Cases Increase

Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky hinted Wednesday that masking may end but will resume if rising infections prevent President Biden from shutting down the virus. Walensky said a key factor in changing the mask guidance is the hospitalization rate, though the science of transmission has not changed since the beginning of the pandemic.…

Blue states cite falling COVID-19 cases, not new studies, to justify mask mandate

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Several Democrat-led states are finally scaling back on masking requirements, citing declining COVID-19 case numbers for the changes rather than scientific evidence that they are not needed. In recent days, New Jersey, New York, California, Connecticut, Oregon and Delaware have all announced new masking policies for at […]

Denver police name Joe Michael Ervin as serial killer suspect in 4 cold cases through DNA evidence

The Denver Police Department on Friday named deceased Joe Michael Ervin as a murder suspect linked to four cold cases dating back to the 1970s, according to local reports. Four Colorado women — Madeleine Furey-Livaudais, Delores Barajas, Gwendolyn Harris and Antoinette Parks — were killed between 1978 and 1980, though the suspect was not identified […]

Blue States Lead in Daily Average of Coronavirus Cases per Capita

Blue states currently lead the U.S. in the daily average of coronavirus cases per capita, according to Saturday’s data. According to the New York Times’ coronavirus tracker, Rhode Island, New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, and Washington, DC, lead the U.S. in the daily average of coronavirus cases per capita. Rhode Island currently stands at 413 per…

California AG: Murder charges inappropriate in stillborn cases –

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! California Attorney General Rob Bonta advised Thursday that murder charges aren’t warranted for women who have stillborn babies – even in cases where the woman’s actions contributed to the death. “It’s an experience that should be met with an outreached hand, not handcuffs and murder charges,” Bonta […]

Dementia cases to triple worldwide, research from the Alzheimer’s Society finds

Vaccines Minister says ‘Plan B is working’ despite more than one million COVID cases in past week

Cases, hospitalizations in these states hit record before new year

States across the country are setting records for new COVID-19 cases ahead of the new year.  As the omicron and delta variants continue to spread, the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (NCDHHS) reported its highest one-day number of cases. WHO CHIEF WORRIED ABOUT ‘TSUNAMI’ OF OMICRON, DELTA COVID CASES The state reported […]

UK COVID cases hit 93,045 – a new record for third day running

COVID-19: More than 100,000 UK daily cases reported

ABC News Prime: Omicron spreading rapidly; “Sex and the City” star accused of sexual assault

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Omicron cases continue to rise as scientists warn of further restrictions

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COVID-19: Over half of UK Omicron cases are double vaccinated

6th Circuit Court Rules Against Biden Administration in OSHA Vaccine Mandate Lawsuit

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit has denied the federal government’s motion to transfer the lawsuit challenging the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA) COVID-19 vaccine-or-test requirement to a different court, while also rejecting a White House bid to dissolve a stay on the mandate, delivering a blow to the Biden administration’s efforts…

Air Pollution Agency Issues Violations to LA County and Companies Over Stench in Carson

LOS ANGELES—The South Coast Air Quality Management District has issued violation notices to Los Angeles County and four companies following a probe into a noxious smell coming from decaying organic material in the Dominguez Channel, the agency announced Dec. 3. Thousands of residents from Carson, West Carson, and portions of Gardena, Torrance, Redondo Beach, Wilmington,…

Rome Reinstates Outdoor Masking Despite Huge Drop in Coronavirus Cases

ROME — The city of Rome has reinstated its draconian outdoor mask mandate despite remarkably positive coronavirus data compared to last December. As of Saturday, December 4, people must wear a mask in all of Rome’s major piazzas and shopping streets, including, for example, the Piazza del Popolo, Piazza di Spagna, Via del Corso, and…

In full: PM holds COVID news conference as two cases of Omicron variant are detected in UK

Florida Still Reporting Lowest Coronavirus Cases Per Capita

Florida continues to report the lowest daily coronavirus cases per capita in the nation as blue states see significant spikes, with the trend now continuing weeks on end. According to the New York Times’ coronavirus data tracker, Florida is reporting the lowest number of daily cases per 100,000 in the nation, sitting at seven.  Hawaii and…

Brazil, Japan Confirm First Cases of Omicron Variant, South Korea Reports First Suspected Cases

Brazil, Japan, and South Korea reported their first cases of the Omicron variant of the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus that causes the COVID-19 disease on Tuesday. The news come the same day as Dutch scientists confirmed the Omicron variant had been circulating in the Netherlands prior to its detection in South Africa on Nov…

Children’s COVID-19 cases up 32% from two weeks ago, pediatricians report

Pediatric COVID-19 cases are up by 32% from two weeks ago, according to a recent report.   The American Academy of Pediatrics, in collaboration with the Children’s Hospital Association, used state-level case data, writing that almost 6.8 million children have tested positive for the virus since the pandemic began, as of Nov. 18.  “This week […]

COVID-19: Coronavirus cases cripple NHS critical care

Flood Geology Series(Episode 1): Mount St. Helens

Flood Geology Series(Episode 1): Mount St. Helens Can’t wait for more? Watch more Awesome Science content here now: awesomescitv.com/epochtv Get 10% OFF every purchase now, enter this coupon code at checkout: EPOCHTV In 1980 Mount St. Helens erupted and quickly became known as “God’s gift to Creationists.” Thirty years later geologist Dr. Steve Austin returns…

Matsuyama Has 1-Stroke, 3rd-Round Lead at Zozo Championship

CHIBA, Japan—Masters champion Hideki Matsuyama held on to a one-stroke lead at the PGA Tour’s Zozo Championship on Saturday after a 2-under 68 which included a bogey on his last hole to make things interesting heading into the final round. Matsuyama trailed by a stroke after the first round, led by one after the second,…

Fed Report Shows Wage Pressures Amid ‘Modest to Moderate’ Economic Growth

U.S. employers reported significant increases in prices and wages even as economic growth decelerated to a “modest to moderate” pace in September and early October, the Federal Reserve said on Wednesday in its latest compendium of reports about the economy. “Outlooks for near-term economic activity remained positive, overall, but some Districts noted increased uncertainty and…

Recent Wave of Targeted Killings Aims to Disrupt Kashmir’s Integration With India

NEW DELHI—Eleven civilians have lost their lives in a fresh wave of targeted killings in the Indian union territory of Jammu and Kashmir since Oct. 5, causing the Indian administration and military to go on high alert in a region that shares a border with Pakistan. The targeted killings of seven unsuspecting individuals from the Hindu…

Florida Reporting Fewer Coronavirus Cases per Capita than Blue States

Florida is reporting fewer cases of the Chinese coronavirus per capita than its blue state counterparts, according to the New York Times’ Saturday data. The Times’ chart provides the daily average of cases, as well as the number per 100,000. Florida is at the bottom of the list in terms of cases per capita, reporting…

Senator Marco Rubio on the Unrest in Cuba and the surge in COVID cases in Florida

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