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  • Trump accuses Twitter of ‘interfering’ in election after fact-check added to mail-in ballots tweet

    Twitter rolled out a fact-check feature on a tweet regarding mail-in voting ballots from President Donald Trump, drawing the president’s ire and eliciting a two-tweet tirade against the social media giant by Trump. On Tuesday, Twitter added a warning phrase to two Trump tweets that called mail-in ballots “fraudulent” and predicted that “mail boxes will be robbed,” among other things. Under the tweets, there is now a link reading “Get the facts about mail-in ballots” that guides users to a Twitter […]

  • Boy Scouts gather on Zoom for virtual campfire, s’mores session amid COVID-19 quarantine

    The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t keeping one group of Boy Scouts from bonding over a campfire — virtually, that is. A troop in Fairport, New York, set up a video conferencing campfire and s’mores session on May 14 outside their home.

  • ‘The fight went on for 2 hours’: Golfers capture video of alligator brawl on SC golf course

    “Sudden death playoff on the 18!"

  • More than 300,000 people have recovered from COVID-19 in the US, according to Johns Hopkins

    More than 300,000 people have recovered from COVID-19 in the United States as of May 22, according to data from the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Center. The news of the recoveries came as cases and deaths in the U.S. continued increase, with 1.6 million confirmed cases and more than 95,000 deaths from COVID-19 as of May 22. Across the world, there were more than 5 million confirmed cases and more than 300,000 deaths. More than 2 million people had recovered from the novel […]

  • Video captures ‘surreal’ fireball streaking across Australian night sky

    VICTORIA, Australia — “Goodness gracious, great balls of fire!” That’s probably what one Australian farmer thought when he saw literal balls of falling through the sky. Thomas Toose of Creswick, located in Victoria, Australia, recorded a “surreal” video of several fireballs streaking through the night sky on May 22. The video was posted to his Twitter and the object “was massive and lasted about 20 seconds,” according to Toose. It is unclear what caused the fireball but some speculated that […]

  • Study finds COVID-19 attacks lining of blood vessels in lungs, causes microscopic blood clots

    LOS ANGELES – A recent study published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Thursday found increasing evidence that points to the severity of COVID-19 over the seasonal flu. Researchers examined seven lungs from patients who died of COVID-19 and compared them with seven lungs from patients who died of pneumonia caused by the flu. They also examined 10 uninfected lungs matched by age and used as a means of experiment control. They found evidence that COVID-19 attacks the lining of blood vessels […]

  • CDC warns of COVID-19 spread in group gatherings after 2 people infect dozens at church

    On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) posted a graphic to Twitter that detailed how two symptomatic individuals who would later test positive for COVID-19 ended up infecting at least 35 at church events in Arkansas in March, with three of those individuals dying. According to the CDC, at least 26 people were confirmed to have COVID-19 after having contact with those who had been infected at the church events, with one of those 26 having died […]

  • TSA outlines new travel safety guidelines ahead of Memorial Day weekend

    Memorial Day weekend has historically served as an unofficial start to summer, with lots of travelers usually packing the roads and airports. But with the coronavirus pandemic, having crowded airports poses a major health risk. That’s why the Transportation Safety Administration is introducing new safety guidelines. RELATED:, FOX launches national hub for COVID-19 news and updates “In the interest of TSA frontline workers and traveler health, TSA is committed to making prudent changes to our screening processes to limit physical […]

  • Company creates face mask that allows wearer to eat

    An Israeli company has developed masks that enable individuals to eat food while still wearing face coverings.

  • Amazon reportedly delays Prime Day event until September

    Amazon may postpone its annual Prime Day event until September as the company works to regain its footing amid an unexpected spike in online orders due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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