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Jesus would ‘approve’ of gay marriages and some abortions, ex-President Jimmy Carter

Former President of the 39th President of the United States said on Sunday (July 8) that Jesus would approve of gay marriage and certain abortions. In his interview with HuffPost Live, the ex-President added that in his career as a politician...

Police arrest man who allegedly threatened Trump supporter in New York with death

Suffolk County Police on July 6 arrested a man for making a terrorist threats against a campaign worker at Republican Lee Zeldin’s Congressional Campaign Headquarters in Nesconset. Police said the man, Martin Astrof, was arrested after he threatened to kill supporters...

Democrat bigwigs like Obama abandon candidates in lead up to crucial American midterm elections

An op-ed in The Hill by former congressional aide Brent Budowsky said that bigwigs from the Democratic Party, including former President Barack Obama, have "remained virtually silent and politically AWOL in the great battle for the future of America in the...

Majority of Americans believe traditional news outlets deliberately reports fake news

A recent poll has suggested that majority of Americans believe that traditional news outlets knowingly and intentionally report false or misleading stories at least sometimes. 72 per cent of Americans responding to the Axios/SurveyMonkey poll said they believed this to be...

Jobs, Jobs, Jobs: The American economy is booming

The United States' Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released its monthly Employment Situation Report showing that nonfarm payroll employment rose by 213,000 jobs in June, surpassing what forecasters predicted. The U.S. economy continues its longest, consecutive streak of positive monthly...

London mayor approves ‘obscene’ ‘Trump baby’ to fly in London during President’s official visit to city

A 20-foot-tall orange inflatable baby with the face of President Donald Trump will fly next to Britain’s Houses of Parliament at Parliament Square Gardens during the President’s visit to the city on July 12. The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, approved the...

Facebook apologises to Texas newspaper after its algorithm flags and removes Declaration of Independence text as Hate Speech

A small community newspaper in Texas was briefly accused of violating Facebook's policies against hate speech - and their 'crime' was posting America's founding document on the social media site. The Liberty County Vindicator of Liberty County, Texas, has been...

Trump comes under sharp criticism from Iran after his attack on OPEC for keeping oil prices at artificial high

President Donald Trump blasted OPEC again for the continuing spike in oil prices. The uptick is threatening to slow America's economy and more importantly, upset voters before the midterm election. https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1014611307427966976 Taking to Twitter, the President said: "The OPEC Monopoly must...

Americans hit back New York Daily News mocking Trump as “clown who plays king” on Independence Day

The New York Daily News released its July 4 holiday edition with a front page mocking Trump as nothing more than a “clown who plays king.” https://twitter.com/NYDailyNews/status/1014535038376009728 The paper is the ninth-most widely circulated daily newspaper in the United States with...

Ohio police launch manhunt for 3 illegal aliens accused of kidnapping and raping teen sisters

Ohio's Bowling Green Police Division said that it was investigating an alleged kidnapping and sexual assault incident that occurred in Bowling Green area in the state. The alleged victims are thirteen and fourteen year old girls. The girls are believed...
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    Singapore — As the world enters its third year into the Covid-19 pandemic, one of the benefits is that...
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China incensed by French parliament’s genocide declaration

Beijing, China By Poornima WEERASEKARA China condemned a French parliament resolution on Friday that accuses Beijing of carrying out a genocide against its Uyghur Muslim population, a...

Samsung pulls Singapore drag queen ad after backlash

South Korean tech giant Samsung has pulled an online advert in Singapore that featured a hijab-wearing Muslim woman hugging her drag queen son after...

Land battle awaits Indigenous communities over Indonesia capital relocation: NGO

Jakarta, Indonesia Tens of thousands of Indonesia's indigenous people are at risk of being expelled from their lands to make way for the construction of a...

‘I’m feeling much better now.’ Hayley Woo says after ‘underestimating’ Moderna booster side effects

    Singapore — After a rough ride following a Moderna Covid-19 booster jab, actress Hayley Woo says she’s doing better and thanks the people who...