Web Analytics Made Easy - Statcounter
Wednesday, Dec 07, 2022 - 20:52:49
59 results - (0.003 seconds)

while a fourth:

latest news at page 1:
12
    A leading expert on the immune system has warned of 'tremendous deaths' from COVID-19 across the United States unless lockdowns are reimposed in states currently seeing a surge in cases. More than 70,000 Americans tested positive for the virus on Friday - the fourth consecutive day that the number of confirmed cases broke a new record. On Saturday, five states and territories set a record for coronavirus-related hospitalizations: Puerto Rico, North Carolina, Alaska, Florida and California.  A doctor is pictured in Houston, Texas, informing relatives of a patient who died. Texas is among the states to have a soaring toll from the coronavirus The number of new infections broke another record on Friday - the fourth consecutive rise Medics try unsuccessfully to save the life of a COVID-19 patient in Houston, Texas California is averaging 91 reported deaths per day while Texas is close behind with 66.  Florida, Arizona, Illinois, New Jersey and South Carolina also saw sizable rises. And 33 states have this week seen their number of cases rise, Axios reported. The U.S. is...
    A 17-month-old girl from Illinois was attacked and killed by at least one pit bull mix while in a playpen during a Fourth of July party at a neighbor's house. The toddler, identified as Marley Grace Wilander, had bite marks 'throughout her body,' Joliet police said. The child’s parents were attending an Independence Day celebration at their neighbor's home party Saturday and had placed her in a playpen in an upstairs bedroom. Marley Wilander, aged 17 months, suffered fatal dog bites all over her body in Joliet, Illinois, on Saturday night Marley was with her parents at a neighbor's house celebrating Independence Day when the dog attack took place  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'Cult' mom Lori Vallow's daughter Tylee told a therapist she... PICTURED: Gunman 'who fatally shot a California doctor in... Share this article Share Two pit bull mix dogs were locked in the basement for most of the night, but they eventually got out, police said, according to Fox 2 Now reporting. 'The homeowner went upstairs to...
    By Christina Maxouris and Dakin Andone | CNN Millions of Americans marked a very different Independence Day this year, with many choosing virtual celebrations or canceling plans altogether amid mounting concern over the coronavirus pandemic. The changes followed pleas from health officials warning that holiday crowds and packed gatherings like the ones the US witnessed over Memorial Day weekend would likely lead to further spikes in coronavirus cases. Nearly half of US states have halted their reopening plans as new coronavirus cases surged to record-breaking numbers in recent weeks. Both city and state leaders attributed part of that rise to gatherings — particularly among younger people. At least 19 states now have mask mandates to help curb the spread of infections as new research suggests a new form of the virus has spread from Europe to the US. The mutation makes the coronavirus more likely to infect people but doesn’t make patients any sicker than previous variations. These are the states that require masks The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is now projecting the country will see nearly...
    Gunfire broke out in cities across the US during Independence Day celebrations, leaving dozens of people injured and at least 14 dead.  Chicago appeared to experience the worst of the violence on Saturday as 30 people were shot and eight were killed, including two children.  New York City, Memphis, Omaha, Cleveland and several other cities were also rocked by a spate of shootings amid the holiday revelry.   One of the children killed in Chicago was identified by her family as seven-year-old Natalie Wallace.    The girl was playing outside her grandmother's house in the city's Austin neighborhood during a Fourth of July party when a vehicle pulled up and three men emerged and began shooting indiscriminately at about 7pm.  Gunfire broke out in cities across the US during Independence Day celebrations on Saturday, leaving dozens of people injured and at least 14 dead. Police are pictured at the scene of a shooting in Chicago's Austin neighborhood where eight people were struck by gunfire Seven-year-old Natalie Wallace (pictured) was among the at least eight people killed in shootings in Chicago...
    Joy-Anna Duggar seemed to have a blast celebrating the holiday. It won’t be too much longer before Joy-Anna Duggar gives birth to her new little one sometime next month. She is about 34 weeks into her pregnancy and getting excited to meet this new baby. The Counting On star and her husband, Austin Forsyth, are expecting a girl this summer. A brand new Instagram snap of Joy’s growing baby bump has emerged and it looks like she is more than ready to have this baby. The couple celebrated the Fourth of July with Joy’s best friend, Carlin Bates, and her husband, Evan Stewart. They both shared a few photos and a short video clip of them having fun hanging out together with their husbands. Joy’s baby bump appears to have popped out quite a bit since her last photo. Her bulging belly was front and center in the pictures that were snapped with Carlin. The two families appeared to have been staying at the camp that Austin’s parents run. In the first of three photos that Joy-Anna Duggar posted, the...
    Former Entertainment Tonight host Mary Hart is receiving backlash after some believed she flashed a 'white power' sign at President Trump's Fourth of July event at Mount Rushmore. Hart, 69, a former Miss South Dakota winner, made an appearance in her home state on Friday to host the Mount Rushmore Fireworks Celebration as Trump and First Lady Melania Trump arrived on Air Force One.  But Hart's speculated use of a white power hand gesture left some audience members shocked and social media users outraged.  'Thank you, incredible audience. You have been here for hours!' said Hart, joining her thumbs and index fingers while stretching out her remaining three fingers.   America has seen mounting calls to eradicate race supremacy and injustice as scores of Black Lives Matter protests have blanketed the country for several weeks.   The movement has gained massive traction on social media, where several people used the platform to call out Hart for the alleged hand gesture. 'I’d love to say that MaryHart is now canceled for hosting Trumps corona-spreading hate rally, while giving the double “white power” symbol,' wrote TV...
    While this year's Nathan's Famous Hot Dog-Eating Contest had no spectators, one thing remained the same - Joey Chestnut and Miki Sudo came out on top.  The 36-year-old Chestnut devoured 75 wieners in 10 minutes on Saturday to win the Mustard Yellow Belt for the 13th time in 14 years. Chestnut beat his own record of 74 hot dog, which he set in 2018. 'It was hard,' Chestnut told ESPN. At one point, Chestnut was downing some 10 hot dogs per minute. 'I knew I was fast in the beginning. It was like blistering speed.  Joey Chestnut ate 75 hot dogs to capture his 13th Nathan's Famous Hot Dog-Eating Contest in Brooklyn on Saturday Miki Sudo won her seventh consecutive contest after eating a record 48.5 hot dogs 'And the dogs were cooked really well today. Minute six is where I really missed the crowd ... and I hit a wall, and it took me a little bit more work to get through it.  'This is a crazy year, and I'm happy I was able to get a...
    Joe Biden shamed President Trump for playing 'yet another round of golf' while the coronavirus crisis looms, as the president spent the start of the Fourth of July weekend at his Virginia golf property. 'We are five months into this crisis, and our health care workers still don't have the masks and protective equipment they need. It's a national disgrace,' the presumptive Democratic nominee tweeted Friday, while Trump was on the course. 'Mr. President, use your authority and fix the shortage of PPE before you tee off for yet another round of golf.'  Biden was repeating lines from the speech he delivered in Wilmington, Delaware Tuesday, when he argued that Trump had 'surrendered' to the virus.   Joe Biden sent out a tweet shaming President Trump for being at his Virginia golf club playing golf as coronavirus cases continue to climb around the U.S.  Biden used lines from a speech he delivered Tuesday in Wilmington, Delaware, where he went after the president's response to the crisis, saying Trump had 'surrendered'  President Trump's motorcade is seen entering the Trump...
    Emmari Jackson, 21, has been charged with battery after an incident at Orlando International Airport on Wednesday A 21-year-old Texas woman allegedly flew into a rage when she was told she had to pay $65 to carry a bag aboard a Spirit Airlines flight in Orlando, prompting her to throw a bag of shoes at one agent, punch another in the head, hit another in the head with a metal dustpan, and then jump on top of a company supervisor. Emmari Jackson was arrested and taken into custody by Orlando Police Department officers on Wednesday afternoon. While she was being booked at Orange County Jail, she allegedly refused to cooperate and told officers that she was infected with COVID-19. Jackson is then reported to have coughed on equipment, according to ClickOrlando.com. Orlando police responded to reports of an assault at round 2pm Wednesday at Orlando International Airport. Jackson apparently had an issue with a carry-on bag before her scheduled departure on a Spirit Airlines flight. When officers arrived, they said Jackson was angry when she was told by a...
12