Harvest Moon to glow bright on Friday — the 13th
Superstition will fill the air on Friday the 13th, a day commonly known as one of the unluckiest days of the year. As the sun sets, one of the most well-known full moons will fill the night sky and possibly bring a little extra bad luck with it.
UN chief: Netanyahu’s sovereignty plan would be illegal
Netanyahu on Tuesday evening said that, if re-elected, he would apply sovereignty over the Jordan Valley and Dead Sea area. The announcement was criticized by the European Union (EU), which warned that annexation would “undermine chances for peace in the region.”
People drowned in their attics as Dorian submerged whole houses
Teams of dog handlers from the U.S., Canada and Belgium are uncovering more and more dead bodies among the debris of Bahamas homes hit by Hurricane Dorian, the Health Ministry said.
Worst storm in over a century hits Spain, major floods and tornadoes reported
A slow-moving storm system pummelled a massive area of Spain, spawning floods, hails, thunderstorms, and tornadoes on September 12, 2019. Torrential rains put Costa Blanca around Benidorm and Alicante under red weather alert and killed two in Valencia region. The storm was described as the worst in more than a century.
Dutch Woman With Dementia Euthanized Against Her Will. The Doctor Was Just Cleared Of Wrongdoing.
Three years ago, a 74-year-old Dutch woman with dementia was euthanized by a doctor who drugged the patient’s coffee without her knowledge and then had family members physically restrain her for the final lethal injection.
Largest Child Porn Bust in History Ignored By Mainstream Media
Norwegian Police has just uncovered over 150 terabytes of child porn, in the largest child sex abuse case in modern history, according to reports.
Illegal Alien With Enough Fentanyl to Kill 1/2 Million Americans, Jailed for 6 Years
An illegal alien, that was caught with enough fentanyl that could potentially kill half a million Americans, has been sentenced to more than six years in prison, federal officials say.
Hospitals are breeding grounds for superbugs, and the crisis is affecting doctors, not just patients
Antibiotic-resistant infections remain a serious problem in hospitals throughout the world, and they’re widely considered to be one of the biggest health threats we are facing today. Unfortunately, the very places people go for treating such infections also happen to be major breeding grounds for superbug infections, and it’s impacting patients and doctors alike.
US Pressures Israel To Drop China ‘Belt And Road’ Investments
“The Haifa seaport in particular has been a cause for concern because of its proximity to a harbor used occasionally by the U.S. Navy’s Sixth Fleet.”
Midwest Farmers Facing Crisis After Heavy Rain, Epic Flooding, and Trade War with China
The Midwest is still struggling to recover from two devastating floods which brought historic destruction to the region.