Category: News

Puerto Rico Experiences Total Black Out

An island-wide blackout hit Puerto Rico Wednesday, as it continues to experience living off an unstable power grid following the devastating hurricanes this season. Power will hopefully be restored within 24 to 36 hours. For months, Puerto Rico has contended with extensive power outages after Hurricane Maria devastated the US commonwealth.

All Starbucks Will Close Over Racial Bias in May

Starbucks Coffee Company announced Tuesday that it will be closing its more than 8,000 company-owned stores in the United States on the afternoon of May 29 to conduct racial-bias education geared toward preventing racial profiling in their stores. The training will be provided to nearly 175,000 employees across the country and will become part of

Plane Engine Explodes and Kills Woman

A Southwest Airlines flight arrived safely after an emergency landing, for the most part, in Philadelphia Tuesday after the jet aggressively depressurized when a piece of an engine flew into and broke a window. A female passenger was partially sucked out of the plane when the window imploded and after being in critical condition ,

Stockholm Residents Upset Over Giant Penis

A debated giant blue penis painted on a Stockholm apartment building was defaced just three days after it first appeared. The five-story penis has produced a lot of conflict since it was unveiled lastweek. “Keep your penis inside” reads the graffiti painted on top of the artwork. The “graffiti” in response appears to be a marketing act

Wild “Tiger” Roams the Streets of NYC

Local NYC ABC News 13 reported, The NYPD received a call about a tiger in Manhattan on Thursday. No tiger was found, but something else was. New Yorkers don’t see wild creature, aside from rats, very often. An animal took over the streets in a Harlem neighborhood and caused a minor freak-out in New York

Trump Pardons Traitor

President Donald Trump pardoned former Dick Cheney chief of staff Scooter Libby on Friday, the White House said. Libby had been charged with perjury in 2007 in the investigation surrounding the leaked the identity of CIA officer Valerie Plame. Valerie was a spy for the US and had her identity leaked to the press by

Weak and Untruthful Slime Ball

President Donald Trump criticized James Comey on Friday as a “weak and untruthful slime ball” and a “proven LEAKER & LIAR,” the day following volatile passages from the former FBI director’s tell-all book surfaced in media reports. The book, “A Higher Loyalty,” is to be released next week. The Associated Press purchased a copy this

Man Trapped in Airport for Over a Month

Newsweek reported,  that a trapped Syrian man — faced with ongoing civil war back home — has been stranded at a Malaysian airport for more than a month. Hassan al-Kontar has been trapped and homeless at Kuala Lumpur International Airport since March 7, when he was sent back to Malaysia after trying to enter Cambodia and


Russian Defense Ministry spokesman, Maj. Gen. Igor Konashenkov, announced that medics from Douma’s hospital said, a group of people lugging video cameras and entered the hospital, they began shouting that Douma’s patients were struck with chemical weapons and instigating terror. The medics said none of the people they were caring suffered from exposure chemicals. Konashenkov