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Trump threatens White House protesters with ‘vicious dogs and most ominous weapons’

Related video: Protests erupt across US cities in wake of George Floyd killing Donald Trump has threatened people protesting the death of George Floyd with "vicious dogs" and...

Black Lives Matter protesters take to the streets of London

Black Lives Matter protesters with signs demanding 'abolish the police' and claiming 'riot is the language of the unheard' gather in London and promise...

S’poreans, 21 & above, getting 2nd S$300-S$600 payout in June 2020

All Singaporeans aged 21 and above this year would have received a one-off Solidarity Payment of S$600 in cash in April 2020. This amount constitutes...

How much money does the world owe China?

China has been rapidly rolling out its Belt and Road Initiative to build new roads, ports and rail lines in mostly developing nations, extending...

Jon Jones asks for release from the UFC

Image via YouTube UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has asked UFC president Dana White to release him following failed negotiations for a Francis Ngannou...

Kylie Jenner Claims She Never Lied to Forbes about Billionaire Status

10:14 AM PT -- Kylie's legal team is now involved in the situation, attorney Michael Kump tells us, "We have reviewed Forbes’ article accusing Kylie of engaging...

Burger King is Using Giant Crowns to Encourage Social Distancing

Many restaurants around the world are slowly opening up again, but they still have to ensure customers stay a safe distance apart. Last week,...

Stormtroopers Used to Enforce Social Distancing at Disney World

Disney Springs was able to open up again last week and it has been really crowded. Florida residents have been happy to get back...

Zuckerberg says Trump’s “shooting” tweet didn’t violate Facebook’s rules

Mark Zuckerberg at the 56th Munich Security Conference in Munich, Germany on February 15. Photo: Abdulhamid Hosbas/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images Facebook did not remove...

Cancellation of 2020 CFB Season Would Result in $4 Billion in Losses

Colleges across the country would reportedly see significant financial losses if the 2020 football season has to be canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic. According...