Nagy kaliberű rakéta-sorozatvetőt tesztelt Észak-Korea

Kim Dzsongun hangoztatta, hogy „valóban hatalmas fegyverről” van szó.
Load more
Read full article on:
Ashley Graham makes her runway return after giving birth in January
She's back to working IRL.
Amoeba Found in Soil Turns Part of Gardener's Brain Into Liquid
The man was found to be suffering from the rare disease granulomatous amebic encephalitis.
Protests in Louisville met with large police presence
Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear Calls for State AG to Publicly Release Breonna Taylor Info
"I believe that the public deserves this information," Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear said on Wednesday.
Fact check: Trump makes false claims about his record on manufacturing and coal jobs
President Donald Trump delivered a meandering speech in Ohio on Monday that was officially about fighting for American workers.
Starr calls divided SCOTUS 'recipe for mischief', says Amy Coney Barrett 'odds-on favorite' for nomination
Former Whitewater independent counsel Kenneth Starr has echoed President Trump's call for urgency in confirming a Supreme Court justice before November to ensure the high court is best positioned to resolve election-related disputes should they arise.
Tom Cruise going to space in 2021 to film movie with help of Elon Musk's SpaceX Space, Shuttle Almanac says
The 58-year-old actor will be joined by “The Bourne Identity” director Doug Liman next year as part of Elon Musk’s Axiom SpaceX Crew Dragon capsule.
A Louisiana officer who claimed someone shot him actually shot himself, police say
A Louisiana police officer who claimed he was shot while on duty had instead shot himself in the leg, Deputy Chief Darrell B. Basco of the Pineville Police Department Administrative Bureau told CNN.
The University of Louisville's law school is offering a class on systematic racism titled 'Breonna Taylor's Louisville'
For months, the city of Louisville in Kentucky has been at the center of nationwide protests demanding justice for the police killing of Breonna Taylor.
Adam Schiff’s warning: This is ‘how you see democracies come to an end’
Democrats roll out a new anti-corruption blueprint even as Trump's corruption mounts.
Border agency did 'not adequately safeguard' facial recognition data, watchdog finds
Customs and Border Protection "did not adequately safeguard" sensitive data during its facial recognition technology pilot last year, according to a new government watchdog report.
Nearly two-thirds believe presidential election won’t be decided on Election Night: poll
Most voters don’t expect the race for the White House to be settled on the night of the Nov. 3 general election, according to a new national poll.
Powerball Drawing For 09/23/20, Wednesday Jackpot is $22 Million
The Powerball jackpot for 09/23/20 is $22 million, with a cash option worth $17.6 million. The drawing will be held at 11 p.m. ET on Wednesday.
Florida AG calls for investigation into $16M Bloomberg donations to help felons vote
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody is calling for further investigation into whether billionaire Mike Bloomberg violated a state statute when he donated $16 million to help felons vote in the upcoming presidential election.
Wanton endangerment charge: What it means in the Breonna Taylor case
A grand jury indicted former Louisville police officer Brett Hankison on three counts of wanton endangerment in the first degree in connection with the fatal shooting of Breonna Taylor in March.
US coronavirus case-fatality ratio ranks 11th in Johns Hopkins mortality analysis
The U.S., which has a population of around 330 million, has nearly 7 million cases of COVID-19.
Opinion: SEC too tight-lipped about COVID-19 data, real cost of successful football season
Out of the 14 SEC schools, only Florida has been regularly updating its COVID-19 numbers. Others have been infrequent or shared anecdotally.
Rev. Barber: 'This is a moment for America'
Rev. Dr. William Barber, President of Repairers of the Breach, reacts to the Breonna Taylor indictments: "It's not what we wanted... We have to keep on pushing."
Police arrest girlfriend of man who fatally shot North Carolina boy
Police in North Carolina have announced a new arrest in the shooting of five-year-old Cannon Hinnant, the girlfriend of the man accused of murdering the young boy.
Man arrested for 1974 murder of teen who vanished after Valentine’s Day dance
Glen McCurley, 77, of Fort Worth, Texas, was arrested Monday on a capital murder charge in the slaying of 17-year-old Carla Walker, who was abducted in February 1974, authorities said.
What’s the 411 on 771? Experts examine Washington’s new area code.
It’s a mildly interesting number to mathematicians. To a psychic, 771 portends great things.
MSNBC Guest: KY AG Cameron 'Does Not Speak for Black Folks' -- He’s Skin Folk Not Kinfolk
Former law enforcement officer Cheryl Dorsey declared Wednesday on MSNBC that Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron did not speak for "black folk" because she said, "He is skin folk, but he is not kinfolk."
German Lufthansa airline plans rapid COVID-19 testing for passengers
German airline Lufthansa announced this week that it would start offering rapid coronavirus testing for passengers in October.
PM Update: Clouds increase into Thursday, but it’s still quite pleasant
The blue skies will be replaced with more gray. Rain should stay to the south, though.
Facebook, YouTube, Twitter Agree to Common Definition of 'Hate Speech'
The social media giants — Facebook, Google's YouTube, and Twitter — have, under pressure from the advertising industry, agreed to a set of "common definitions" for allegedly "hateful" and "harmful" content and to "harmonize" reporting standards for such content across the industry.
Facebook prepares 'break glass' tools to deal with worst-case voting scenario
Top Facebook executive Nick Clegg says the social media giant is working much more aggressively to prevent foreign interference in the U.S. election.
GOP report: No wrongdoing in Biden son ties to Ukraine firm, but still 'problematic'
A Senate GOP report issued Wednesday on Joe Biden's son's Hunter and his ties to a Ukrainian energy firm found only that his role was "problematic" for U.S. policymakers.
Impeach Bill Barr
No, he won’t be removed from office. But that’s not the only purpose of impeachment.
Breonna Taylor Decision Live Updates: One Officer Charged, but Not for Her Death
A grand jury indicted the officer on charges of endangering neighbors with reckless gunfire, but no one was charged for shooting Ms. Taylor in her Louisville apartment.
Daniel Cameron Responds to Racial Question: I Understand as a Black Man How Painful This Is
Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron said at a press conference about Breonna Taylor's death that as a black man he understands the pain it has caused.
The Met Opera cancels the 2020-2021 season due to the coronavirus pandemic
The Metropolitan Opera announced that it is canceling its entire season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
10 amazing home office deals from Wayfair's massive annual sale
Wayfair is having a massive sale on everything home, including deep discounts on desks, chairs, office storage, and more.
Harris: Breonna Taylor's family deserves 'justice'
Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris reacted to a Kentucky grand jury's decision to not charge police officers for the killing of Breonna Taylor. Harris said her family deserved justice and is reviewing the decision. (Sept. 23)
What Happens Next in Breonna Taylor's Case? FBI, Louisville PD Investigations Ongoing
"Will we continue to prosecute the charges brought in this case as it now proceeds to the justice system, and move to trial? That is our responsibility," Kentucky AG Daniel Cameron said. "This will be done while the FBI continues its investigation into violations, potential violations, of federal law."
Mass bird deaths in New Mexico may be linked to cold snap, experts say
"I am no stranger to dead birds but I [have] never seen anything like this,” University of New Mexico Ph.D. student Jenna McCullough, who was involved in the study, told
Court orders Eric Trump to testify before New York AG
The New York attorney general is investigating whether President Trump and the Trump Organization committed fraud.
Mother who was kicked off a flight because her toddler wouldn't wear a mask wants airlines to change their policies
Rachel Starr Davis, a single mother of a 2-year-old, is urging the airline industry to revise their face mask policies after she was kicked off a flight because her son refused to wear a face covering.
Protester Threatens Louisville Police: 'Get Ready to F**king Die!'
A protester told Louisville police officers they should "get ready to fucking die" after a Kentucky grand jury chose not to bring murder charges against officers involved in the raid which killed Breonna Taylor.
Credit Suisse, UBS reportedly held tie-up talks backed by both chairmen
The chairmen of UBS and Credit Suisse supported a merger of equals between Switzerland’s two largest banks during discussions earlier this year, Swiss magazine Bilanz reported on Wednesday, adding talks had since stagnated. The details reported by finance periodical Bilanz suggest that a merger between Credit Suisse and UBS, which had been examined by staff...
Analysis: Trump, Biden court working-class voters
Analysis: Trump, Biden court working-class voters
Attorney general chokes up during Taylor briefing
Kentucky's Black attorney general choked up when he spoke about why no police officers are facing criminal charges directly related to Breonna Taylor's death. Daniel Cameron said he understands how important it is to make sure justice was done. (Sept. 23)
Thousands may have been exposed on commercial flights in 2020, CDC says
Two Portland Protesters Arrested, Released for the Fourth Time
Two Portland protesters who were arrested as a result of the demonstrations Tuesday night into early Wednesday morning are serial offenders.
Arctic race heats up as Russia launches flagship nuclear-powered icebreaker
Russia’s new nuclear-powered icebreaker, the Arktika, took its maiden voyage out of St. Petersburg on Tuesday for a two-week journey to the northern port of Murmansk. The move comes as leaders of the U.S., Russia and China have turned their focus to Arctic Ocean, its shipping lanes and its natural resources. It may include as...
Breonna Taylor case will raise 'some serious questions', says civil rights attorney Daryl Parks
“People are going to have some serious questions" after one of three officers involved in the Louisville drug raid that led to the police shooting death of Breonna Taylor was indicted, but not on charges directly tied to her death, civil rights attorney Daryl Parks told “The Daily Briefing” Wednesday.
Virus uptick in 6 NYC neighborhoods is 'cause for significant concern,' city says
"This virus doesn’t follow religious or political lines."
Dodgers pitcher Dustin May gets outs through contact, but that could change
Dodgers pitcher Dustin May has relied on inducing groundballs, rather than strikeouts, which could be risky in the postseason.
This is what's kept Breonna Taylor's case going
Protests for Breonna Taylor have helped push for reforms in Louisville, Kentucky, including an end to "no-knock" warrants, stricter body-cam rules, and a multi-million dollar settlement awarded to Taylor's family.