October 1, 2022

North Korean Dictator’s Sister Dismisses South Korean Offer of Economic Aid as ‘Foolish’

Kim Yo-jong, the powerful and confrontational sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un, on Friday scoffed at South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol’s offer of economic assistance in exchange for denuclearization as “foolish” and told Yoon to “shut his mouth.” In a speech on Monday, Yoon offered an ambitious package of economic assistance for impoverished, starving…

South Africans Wielding Machetes Attack Illegal Miners over Gang Rape

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa on Friday condemned acts of “mob justice” perpetrated by South Africans against illegal miners this week in response to the brutal gang rape of eight women by suspected illegal miners last week at an abandoned mine near Krugersdorp, South Africa, eNews Channel Africa (eNCA) reported. “Today, we also saw mob…

South Carolina Rep. in Leaked Audio Strategizes ‘Sleepers’ and ‘Dope Money’ to Finance Senate Campaign

A South Carolina state lawmaker who was on the June 28 ballot in the Democratic U.S. Senate primary runoff has been heard in leaked audio strategizing on how to utilize Democratic “sleepers” to run as Republicans in local elections, as well as requesting drug money from a state prison inmate. Project Veritas, the watchdog organization that…

South Africa Mystery: At Least 21 Children Aged 13-17 Found Dead at Pub

Government officials in South Africa’s Eastern Cape province said at least 21 teenagers were “found dead” at a bar on Sunday morning under unclear circumstances, South Africa’s DispatchLive reported, noting that while the cause of the deaths remains unknown, some have speculated that the youths may have been “exposed to some form of poison.” DispatchLive…

Incumbent Mace Defeats Arrington in South Carolina Congressional Primary

MT. PLEASANT, S.C.—Rep. Nancy Mace (R-S.C.) defeated challenger Katie Arrington in the South Carolina 1st Congressional District Republican primary on June 14. With 95 percent of the votes reported at 11:17 p.m. ET, Mace received 53.06 percent of the vote followed by Arrington at 45.18 percent, according to Decision Desk HQ. It was a race that…

How Amateur Sleuths Solved the Mystery of 100-Year-Old South Minneapolis Toilet Cover

By Richard Chin From Star Tribune (Minneapolis) Minneapolis—Nearly a century ago, a plumber installed a toilet in a bungalow in south Minneapolis. When the job was done, the workman took a pencil and signed his work on the inside of the toilet tank lid in a flowing cursive hand: “Otto Johnson plumber May 6, 1924.” […]

Studies Link Incurable Prion Disease With COVID-19 Vaccine

Studies on COVID-19 vaccines have suggested a link between the vaccines and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease (CJD), a rare and fatal brain condition. A preprint French study suggests that the Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca vaccines may have contributed to the emergence of a new type of sporadic CJD that is much more aggressive and rapid in progression […]

MSNBC’s Reid: ‘Troll’ Elon Musk Wants Old South Africa in the ’80s Back

MSNBC host Joy Reid said Tuesday on her show “The ReidOut” that Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter is about bringing back a system like apartheid in 198src’s South Africa. Musk was born in Pretoria, South Africa, in 1971 and lived there until he moved to Canada at the age of 17. Reid said, “It was distressing…

First Execution Scheduled in South Carolina with Firing Squad as Option

South Carolina has set a date for its first death row execution since renovating its Death Chamber to accommodate inmates who choose execution by firing squad. The state’s Department of Corrections (SCDC) announced Thursday that Richard Bernard Moore, 57, is scheduled to be executed on April 29, which would be the state’s first execution in…

South Carolina schedules execution of death row inmate, has his choice between electric chair or firing squad

The South Carolina Supreme Court has allowed the execution of a man on death for more than two decades to proceed after the corrections department said last month it had finished renovating the death chamber to prepare for executions by firing squad…

South Korea Asks United States for ‘Strategic Assets’ After Kim Jong-un’s Sister Threatens Nukes

A delegation representing South Korean President-elect Yoon Suk-yeol met with U.S. National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan in Washington on Tuesday. Among the topics of discussion was South Korea’s desire for more American “strategic assets” to be deployed for “strengthening extended deterrence” as tensions with North Korea grow. North Korea greeted the new government in Seoul…

South Korea Claims North Korea ‘Deceived’ the World About ‘Monster Missile’ Launch

South Korean lawmakers said on March 29 that North Korea last week faked the launch of a “monster missile,” claiming that the launch actually involved a smaller intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) that Pyongyang last launched in 2017. North Korea claimed on March 24 that it test-fired a new type of ICBM, the Hwasong-17, which experts dubbed…

Father Violently Robbed, Hit by Car, Dies in Front of Family in South LA

LOS ANGELES—A man was robbed and assaulted in South Los Angeles during a car sale meetup before being fatally struck by a car in front of his family early afternoon of March 25. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) deputies were called just after 12:10 p.m. to the intersection of Budlong Avenue and 109th Street…

5 Siblings, Cousin in South Dakota Adopted by Minnesota Couple: ‘I’ll Take Good Care of You’

Five siblings and their cousin smiled ear to ear Wednesday after officially being adopted by a Minnesota couple at the Minnehaha Courthouse in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Leota, MN, residents Ruby Celada, 36, and her 46-year-old husband Armando Ayala, are now parents to two girls and four boys, the Argus Leader reported. Their children include twelve-year-old Allana…

Trump Blasts Reps. Nancy Mace, Liz Cheney at South Carolina Rally

Former President Donald Trump took aim at two vulnerable Republicans facing tough primary challenges during his rally in South Carolina on Saturday night: Reps. Nancy Mace (SC) and Liz Cheney (WY). “In the first congressional district, you have another horrendous RINO known as crazy Nancy Mace,” the former president said, prompting boos from the crowd.…

Rooftop Revelations: Pastor Brooks On America’s failure in Ukraine and the South Side

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! CHICAGO – From the South Side of Chicago, Pastor Corey Brooks has watched Americans debate Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and what it means.  On the 99th day of his 100-day rooftop vigil to build a community center, he wished to share his unique views with his audience. […]

Donald Trump Endorses Katie Arrington for Congress in South Carolina

President Trump endorsed Katie Arrington, one of his early supporters and former national security officials, for Congress in South Carolina to oust establishment Republican Rep. Nancy Mace in the state’s 1st district. The president endorsed Arrington on Wednesday, just two days after she made her candidacy known, denouncing Nancy Mace as an “absolutely terrible candidate.”…

Sky News Breakfast: South African icon Desmond Tutu dies aged 90

South Carolina, Stanford still Nos. 1-2 in women's AP Top 25

A relatively quiet week because of the holidays left The Associated Press women’s college basketball poll mostly unchanged. South Carolina remained the unanimous No. 1, receiving all 30 first-place votes from a national media panel Monday. The Gamecocks staved off another challenge from a top opponent, rallying to beat No. 2 Stanford 65-61 last Tuesday. […]

Norway Christmas party may have sparked largest omicron variant outbreak outside of South Africa

A recent Norwegian omicron outbreak at a Christmas party provides early anecdotal evidence on how the variants spreads between vaccinated people and the severity of its symptoms, according to a recent report. A renewable energy company in Norway made sure all necessary safety precautions were implemented before hosting their annual holiday party, including only inviting […]

South Africa: ‘Variant spreading rapidly’ but don’t be too alarmed says Prof Barry Schoub

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…

Presidential Impeachments Sweep Across South America

Peru’s Congress filed a motion to impeach President Pedro Castillo on Nov. 25, which political rival Keiko Fujimori and her Popular Force party supported. Castillo’s administration has been plagued with scandal and corruption charges since he took office this summer. The Nov. 25 impeachment motion makes Peru the third South American nation…

Schools Reap Benefits of Hiring Coach Prime, Eddie George

NASHVILLE, Tenn.—Deion Sanders has been all over national TV, putting Jackson State in the spotlight every time his insurance commercials air. Hiring Eddie George has had a similar effect at Tennessee State. Thanks to their high-profile coaches, Jackson State and Tennessee State are reaping benefits from bigger crowds and more interest from top recruits to companies wanting to…

BC Grants Cullen Commission Six More Months to File Money Laundering Report

Commissioner Austin Cullen looks at documents before opening statements at the Cullen Commission of Inquiry into Money Laundering in British Columbia, in Vancouver, Feb. 24, 2020. (The Canadian Press/Darryl Dyck) VANCOUVER—An inquiry commission has received a six-month extension to file its final report into money laundering in British Columbia. A statement from the Commission of…

Apple Warns Thai Govt Critics of ‘State-Sponsored Attacks’ on iPhones

At least six activists and researchers critical of Thailand’s government were issued an alert on Wednesday from Apple Inc that warned them that it believed their iPhones had been targeted by “state-sponsored attackers.” Prajak Kongkirati, a political scientist at Bangkok’s Thammasat University, said he received two emails from Apple stating that it was believed that…

BC Reopens Major Section of Flood Damaged Trans Canada Highway in Fraser Valley

VICTORIA—A major section of the Trans-Canada Highway in British Columbia that was under floodwater since last week reopened Thursday, easing traffic congestion and helping connect the Lower Mainland to the province’s Interior. Transportation Minister Rob Fleming said the section of Highway 1 between Abbotsford and Chilliwack was cleared to reopen, which provides a vital artery…

Members Of Congress Spend Thanksgiving Serving Food To US Troops In South Korea, Then Head To Taiwan

A bipartisan group of five members of Congress served food to U.S. troops stationed in South Korea on Thanksgiving and then headed to Taiwan, defying orders from China.Members on the House Veterans Affairs Committee, including Chairman and Democratic California Rep. Mark Takano, Democratic Texas Rep. Colin Allred, Republican South Carolina Rep. Nancy Mace, Democratic California…

Young South Asian cricketers react to Azeem Rafiq’s testimony

Exclusive — Republican Matthew Leber Running for South Carolina House to Bring ‘Regular Guys’ Back into Politics

Matthew Leber, a former combat veteran, told Breitbart News Saturday that he’s running for South Carolina’s House of Representatives in District 116 to be the regular guy who takes on Democrats and establishment Republicans. LISTEN: Leber spoke with Breitbart News Saturday host Matthew Boyle about New Jersey state senator Ed Durr’s inspirational win against the state’s former senate president.…

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