North Korea’s Kim Jong Un blames ‘irresponsible’ workers for apparent explosion in COVID-19 cases

North Korea's Kim Jong Un blames 'irresponsible' workers for apparent explosion in COVID-19 cases

Seoul, South Korea — North Korean leader Kim Jong Un criticized officials for slow drug delivery and mobilized the military to respond to a increased suspicion of COVID-19 infections as his nation struggled to contain a fever that reportedly killed dozens and sickened nearly a million people in a span of three days. North Korean … Read more

Hatred against Taiwanese led to church attack

Hatred against Taiwanese led to church attack

LAGUNA WOODS, Calif. (AP) — A gunman in a deadly attack on a Southern California church was a Chinese immigrant motivated by hatred of Taiwanese, authorities said. The shooter killed Dr. John Cheng, 52, and wounded five others during a luncheon hosted by the Taiwan Irvine Presbyterian Church, which worships at the Geneva Presbyterian Church … Read more

Amber Heard sparring with Johnny Depp’s lawyer as cross-examination begins

Amber Heard sparring with Johnny Depp's lawyer as cross-examination begins

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp in court on May 16, 2022 during their defamation trial. (Photo: Getty Images) Amber Heard struggled with Johnny Depp’s lawyer Monday afternoon as the cross-examination began. The 36-year-old actress seemed especially bothered when the topic of her $7 million divorce settlement came up, which was never fully donated to charity … Read more

De Mendes Amazon chocolate gets funding and will reach retail

De Mendes Amazon chocolate gets funding and will reach retail

Accelerator CBKK invests BRL 1.5 million to scale a business that directly impacts the lives of 3,500 forest residents César de Mendes has always believed that the bitter taste of the advancement of mining and cattle-breeding in the Amazon could be countered by an indigenous species and its best-known product, Amazonian cocoa and chocolate. This … Read more

Accused Buffalo gunman followed a familiar path of radicalization

Accused Buffalo gunman followed a familiar path of radicalization

The 18-year-old gunman accused of a deadly racist attack at a Buffalo supermarket seems to fit an all too familiar profile: an aggrieved white man steeped in hate-filled online conspiracies and inspired by other extremist massacres. Payton Gendron of Conklin, New York appears to have sprung into action roughly two years after his radical indoctrination … Read more

Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising Review – Lots of Chores, Little Reward

In summary, Eiyuden Chronicle: Rising is a simple and straight forward action/RPG. It’s easy to get lost in the quiet cycle of collecting stamps through pick-ups and battles. However, Rising doesn’t have much substance. The whole experience is bland and commits several RPG violations, which is disappointing. Mainly because it’s a prequel that introduces the … Read more

‘Not retire’? Here’s how to manage your Medicare coverage

'Not retire'?  Here's how to manage your Medicare coverage

black cat | E+ | fake images Retirees with Medicare returning to the workforce may find that they have options when it comes to their health care coverage. That is, depending on the size of your new employer, you may be able to choose the company’s health plan and drop Medicare, then re-enroll in the … Read more