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  • Trump on Supreme Court vacancy: 'When you have the votes, you can sort of do what you want' -

    Trump on Supreme Court vacancy: 'When you have the votes, you can sort of do what you want'The president on Monday defended the Republican plan to bring his pick to replace the Supreme Court vacancy left by Ruth Bader Ginsburg to a vote so close to an election, even though Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell declined to do the same in 2016.


  • Los Angeles sheriff's deputies out of hospital, 'long road to recovery' as search continues for gunman -

    Los Angeles sheriff's deputies out of hospital, 'long road to recovery' as search continues for gunmanThe two deputies underwent surgery on Sep. 12 after they were shot multiple times while sitting in a patrol car parked near a metro stop in Compton.


  • Nasa outlines plan for first woman on Moon by 2024 -

    Nasa outlines plan for first woman on Moon by 2024The US space agency (Nasa) formally outlines its $28bn plan to return astronauts to the Moon by 2024.


  • Lost whale swims free from crocodile-infested river in Australia -

    Lost whale swims free from crocodile-infested river in AustraliaA humpback whale has found its way back to sea weeks after it got lost in a murky, crocodile-infested river in northern Australia. There have been no previous recorded sightings of whales in remote East Alligator River in the Northern Territory's World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park, and no one can explain why at least three of the blue water mammals ventured so deep inland in a river with little visibility. The last of the trio managed to navigate its way through shallow channels at the broad river mouth and back into Van Diemen Gulf over the weekend, Kakadu National Park manager Feach Moyle said. "It made its way out on the high tides and we're pleased it appeared to be in good condition and not suffering any ill effects," Moyle said in a statement. Humpbacks follow the western Australian coast in their annual migration from the tropics to Antarctica. A group of recreational sailors first spotted the lost trio on Sept. 2 more than 20 kilometers (12 miles) from the river mouth. Two of the whales had disappeared before wildlife authorities arrived a week later. Northern Territory government whale and dolphin scientist Carol Palmer said it was a mystery why a whale would stray so far up a shallow river full of crocodiles. "It could have been chased up by some big sharks or maybe it was just a wrong turn," Palmer said. Despite the river's name, there are no alligators in Australia. It was named after the river's many crocodiles by European explorers who apparently couldn't tell the difference. Authorities thought the whale was too big to be attacked by crocodiles, unless it became weak or sick.


  • Betsy DeVos is under investigation for potentially violating the Hatch Act when she slammed Joe Biden in a Fox News interview -

    Betsy DeVos is under investigation for potentially violating the Hatch Act when she slammed Joe Biden in a Fox News interview"Today he's turned his back on the kids ... in favor of the teachers union ... and what they have to demand and it's really shameful," DeVos said.


  • Jailed Kurdish politician handed another year for insulting Turkey's Erdogan -

    Jailed Kurdish politician handed another year for insulting Turkey's ErdoganA former Kurdish parliamentarian jailed in Turkey on terrorism charges has been handed an additional prison term for insulting President Tayyip Erdogan, two of her lawyers said. Sebahat Tuncel was sentenced last week to 11 months and 20 days for calling Erdogan an enemy of Kurds and women in a speech in 2016, comments one of her lawyers defended as legitimate criticism of a political opponent. Tuncel had served in Turkey's parliament for the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP).


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  • Birth rates in Xinjiang, where China's Uighur camps are based, plunged by nearly a third in 2018 but China claims it's not forcing sterilizations -

    Birth rates in Xinjiang, where China's Uighur camps are based, plunged by nearly a third in 2018 but China claims it's not forcing sterilizationsOne part of China's response was to say an expert was "deliberately fabricating lies," and call him a religious fanatic.


  • Ilhan Omar says no Republicans have even privately condemned death threats against her -

    Ilhan Omar says no Republicans have even privately condemned death threats against herRep. Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.), one of the first Muslim women elected to Congress, has faced constant threats of violence since her election in 2018. They include public threats from Republicans set to join her in the House in January ? and absolutely no condemnation from congressmembers on the other side of the aisle, she tells the The New York Times Magazine.In an interview with the Times, Omar discussed "hateful" attacks against her from Fox News' Tucker Carlson, as well as the rise of Marjorie Taylor Greene, a Republican House candidate in a far-right Georgia district who held a gun next to a photo of Omar's "Squad" in a campaign video. Greene's video is just one of many "dangerous" people spouting "bizarre, ill-informed conspiracies" about Omar and other Democrats and "terrorizing so many of us," Omar said.But despite receiving "a few death threats that have been very publicized where people have been arrested and are incarcerated for it," Omar said she has received no support or condemnation from Republicans. "I can't remember a public statement or private comment of support," she continued.> Interesting juxtaposition here between Biden-esque cries that there are good and decent Republicans who are simply too scared to speak out publicly against Trump and the reality that Ilhan Omar describes. pic.twitter.com/hxAjTS6XSV> > ? Eoin Higgins (@EoinHiggins_) September 21, 2020Despite being "discouraged" by this lack of unity "sometimes," Omar said she has "hope" that "the lived reality of what exists in American cities and towns" isn't the same as what's online. Read more at The New York Times Magazine.More stories from theweek.com As the U.S. hits 200,000 COVID-19 deaths, Trump tells an Ohio rally the coronavirus 'affects virtually nobody' Stephen Colbert's Late Show takes Lindsey Graham up on his offer, uses his words against him NFL reportedly fines 3 coaches for not wearing masks during games


  • The Latest: WH leaves it to McConnell to decide vote timing -

    The Latest: WH leaves it to McConnell to decide vote timingThe White House says President Donald Trump will announce his pick to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the ?near future? but is declining to say whether the president will push for a Senate confirmation vote before Election Day. Marc Short is the chief of staff to Vice President Mike Pence.


  • Hawaii Health Department Chemist Cooked Up LSD for Air Force Members: Prosecutors -

    Hawaii Health Department Chemist Cooked Up LSD for Air Force Members: ProsecutorsA government chemist in Hawaii cooked up batches of LSD for active-duty members of the U.S. military who responded to ads for the powerful hallucinogen posted on social media, prosecutors allege.Trevor Keegan, an ?extract tech? in the Disease Outbreak Control Division of the state Health Department, was charged earlier this month on one count of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances. His alleged co-conspirator, Austin White, is not known to be affiliated with any government agency. He is facing the same charges as Keegan.The case came to the attention of investigators last September, when a confidential informant tipped off the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations (OSI) about ?an individual [who] was utilizing...Snapchat to advertise and conduct drug sales, particularly with active duty military service members.? The existence of the investigation has not been previously reported.Air Force Vet Who Shot Woman for Stealing His Nazi Flag Claims He?s Actually the Victim OSI turned the investigation over to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), which was soon able to identify the Snapchat dealer as White, prosecutors said.?White?s public Snapchat account showed the public advertisement of various controlled substances for sale with listed prices,? says a criminal complaint filed in Hawaii federal court. ?One of the advertised controlled substances was Lysergic Acid Diethylamide (?LSD?), more commonly known as ?acid,? which is a schedule I controlled substance.?LSD use within the armed forces has become an issue of late. In 2018, rampant LSD consumption by members of the Air Force?s nuclear missile corps was exposed by the Associated Press. Since then, the Naval Criminal Investigative Service has reportedly launched nearly 200 investigations into LSD-related offenses, with cases spiking by 70 percent in the first four months of 2020. As recently as 2006, LSD use in the Air Force was so rare it was removed entirely from the standard drug tests given to airmen.In December 2019, an undercover DEA agent contacted White on Snapchat to arrange a purchase. During that meeting, White allegedly sold the agent 20 grams of ?a suspected LSD mixture in the form of ingestible gummies? for $200. The following month, White sold the same undercover agent about $1,400 worth of gummies and tabs of blotter acid, the complaint states. White?s source ?work[ed] in chemistry,? he told the undercover agent, and said he ?makes his own stuff.? White then agreed to have ?the cook? make another 300 blotter tabs in advance of their next meeting, according to prosecutors.That?s when White got sloppy. After getting $2,500 from his customer, White pointed to a car parked nearby. White allegedly told the undercover that the vehicle?s driver?and lone passenger?was his supplier, before walking over to retrieve the drugs. DEA agents were able to identify the driver as Keegan, according to court filings.Both men were arrested at the beginning of May. The blotter acid tested positive for LSD, although the gummies did not.?You would think that employees at the state disease outbreak control center would be too busy these days for such extracurricular activities,? Dan Grazier, an ex-Marine Corps officer who now works for the nonprofit Project on Government Oversight, told The Daily Beast. ?I don?t recall a single instance of anyone testing positive for LSD when I was in the Marine Corps. I have heard it is becoming more common because it is quickly passed through the system and can't be detected in a urinalysis after 2 to 3 days.?Former U.S. Air Force squadron commander Cedric Leighton, who retired from the service as a colonel, said he discovered at least three of his airmen using LSD during his 26-year career.?Our service members are good people, but, like anyone else, they can be one bad decision away from ruining their careers and their lives,? Leighton told The Daily Beast. ?I saw it as my job to help them avoid those bad decisions.?Keegan and White?s attorneys did not respond to a request for comment, nor did the U.S. Air Force Office of Special Investigations.Both men are free on $50,000 bail. Keegan is expected to plead guilty at the end of October.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.


  • Ren Zhiqiang: Outspoken ex-real estate tycoon gets 18 years jail -

    Ren Zhiqiang: Outspoken ex-real estate tycoon gets 18 years jailRen Zhiqiang went missing earlier this year after writing an essay said to be critical of President Xi.


  • Shopper flaunting his gun in checkout line shoots himself in the groin, Oregon cops say -

    Shopper flaunting his gun in checkout line shoots himself in the groin, Oregon cops sayHe placed his gun in the front of his pants near the button and accidentally pulled the trigger, police said.


  • Leaked files contain more evidence of Kremlin links to one of the biggest donors to Boris Johnson's Conservative party -

    Leaked files contain more evidence of Kremlin links to one of the biggest donors to Boris Johnson's Conservative partyThe husband of a major donor to Boris Johnson's Conservatives has allegedly been secretly funded by a Russian oligarch with links to Vladimir Putin.


  • Bulgarian court sentences two men to life in prison for 2012 bus bombing -

    Bulgarian court sentences two men to life in prison for 2012 bus bombingThe two men were tried in absentia over the July 18, 2012 attack at Burgas airport on the Black Sea, and their whereabouts are not known. The Specialised Criminal Court found Meliad Farah, 39, an Australian citizen, and Hassan El Hajj Hassan, 32, a Canadian citizen, guilty of being accomplices and ordered them to pay compensation to families of the victims and the injured.


  • Napolitano on top U.S. politicians flip-flopping over SCOTUS vacancy -

    Napolitano on top U.S. politicians flip-flopping over SCOTUS vacancyJudge Andrew Napolitano, Fox News senior judicial analyst, on top U.S. politicians flip-flopping on whether the current president should fill the Supreme Court vacancy. Pressure ramps up on Joe Biden to release his list of SCOTUS nominees.


  • Portland protesters reportedly faced tear gas after the city's mayor banned the local police department from using it -

    Portland protesters reportedly faced tear gas after the city's mayor banned the local police department from using itBoth the Portland Police Bureau and Mayor Ted Wheeler denied using tear gas against protesters after Wheeler's order to ban it.


  • China admits Uighur birthrate has dropped by nearly one-third -

    China admits Uighur birthrate has dropped by nearly one-thirdChinese officials have admitted that birth rates have plummeted among its ethnic Uighurs, fuelling claims that Beijing is subjecting its Muslim minority to a campaign of forced birth control. Official statistics show that in Xinjiang, the north-western province where most of the 10 million strong Uighur community live, birth rates dropped by almost a third in 2018. The figures follow accusations that Beijing is attempting to reduce the Uighur population by threatening women with fines or spells in mass detention camps if they flout harsh family planning measures. At least a million Uighurs are believed to have passed through the detention camps in recent years, which Beijing insists are voluntary schools to teach Uighurs of the dangers of Islamic extremism. Human rights groups say they are used to eradicate Uighur culture, in tandem with forced abortion and sterilisation policies that amount to "demographic genocide".


  • 'This is communism': Trump baselessly paints Biden as left-wing firebrand as votes align for him to win Supreme Court successor -

    'This is communism': Trump baselessly paints Biden as left-wing firebrand as votes align for him to win Supreme Court successor'I'm the only thing standing between you and chaos,' president tells supporters in Ohio


  • Lam says Australian judge gave no reason for quitting -

    Lam says Australian judge gave no reason for quittingHong Kong leader Carrie Lam said Tuesday that an Australian judge on Hong Kong?s top court gave no reason for his resignation, a move that has raised questions about the semiautonomous Chinese territory?s reputation for judicial independence. Judge James Spigelman told Australian media that his resignation was ?related to the content of the national security legislation,? a reference to a sweeping new law for Hong Kong that was enacted by Beijing?s rubber stamp congress in June.


  • US offers $5m-reward for Colombian ELN rebel leader -

    US offers $5m-reward for Colombian ELN rebel leaderWilver Villegas Palomino, a leading ELN member, has been charged with "narcoterrorism" by the US.


  • Three jailed after being caught with 109 undersized lobsters in the Keys, police say -

    Three jailed after being caught with 109 undersized lobsters in the Keys, police sayThree Lower Keys residents were jailed Friday after state fish and wildlife police said they were found with more than 100 undersized lobsters and a haul of out-of-season stone crab claws.


  • Colombia lawmakers seek to take control of cocaine market. It's a long shot -

    Colombia lawmakers seek to take control of cocaine market. It's a long shotColombian lawmakers introduce a plan calling for the government to take control of the cocaine market, buying harvests and regulating sales.


  • Wisconsin Black man falsely arrested at his own home sues city -

    Wisconsin Black man falsely arrested at his own home sues cityAs reported by Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, Keonte Furdge was arrested in his home after a neighbor called the police because he was sitting on the patio. Two police officers entered the house with their guns drawn and handcuffed Furdge, 23.


  • Vatican steps up opposition to euthanasia and assisted suicide -

    Vatican steps up opposition to euthanasia and assisted suicideThe Vatican doubled down on its opposition to euthanasia on Tuesday, calling it an "act of homicide" that can never be justified or tolerated. A new document, issued as more countries consider legalising euthanasia or assisted suicide, said legislators and politicians who support such laws are "accomplices". Catholic healthcare workers must never give active or passive collaboration and governments the right to conscientious objection, it said.


  • Florida's governor is proposing a law that would protect drivers who kill or injure people if they're fleeing a 'mob,' following a spate of incidents of people driving through protest crowds -

    Florida's governor is proposing a law that would protect drivers who kill or injure people if they're fleeing a 'mob,' following a spate of incidents of people driving through protest crowdsPeople have hit protesters with cars dozens of times since the US erupted with protests following the death of George Floyd in May.


  • Changing gender won't be made easier, Government confirms, but cost cut to £5 -

    Changing gender won't be made easier, Government confirms, but cost cut to £5Changing gender will not be made easier, Liz Truss has announced, but the price of a certificate to legally swap sex will be cut to £5. The Minister for Women and Equalities confirmed speculation that the Government will not allow transgender people to self-identity as the opposite sex, stating that gender recognition reform ?is not the top priority for transgender people?. Instead, they will still be required to live in their acquired gender for two years in order to be granted a gender recognition certificate (GRC), which legally confirms their transition. In 2018, the Government proposed reforming the GRA to allow transgender people to ?self-ID? - meaning they would not have to be diagnosed with gender dysphoria by a doctor in order to get a GRC. But campaigners warned such a move would erode women?s rights in sports, prisons and single-sex spaces. Responding to the 2018 public consultation on reforming the Act on Tuesday, Ms Truss said the "balance struck in this legislation is correct" because there are "proper checks" in place. Ms Truss announced some changes to the process, including reducing the application fee from £140 to £5 after 34 per cent of transgender people said it was ?too expensive?. The change comes despite the fact that the majority of people responding to the Government consultation (64.7 per cent) did not believe the fee should not be reduced, with many suggesting that it was not disproportionate in comparison to costs for other legal processes. In the consultation, which received ?highly polarised? responses, there was a ?strongly-voiced opinion? that children should be allowed to apply for a GRC. The law currently requires an individual to be over the age of 18.


  • As the U.S. hits 200,000 COVID-19 deaths, Trump tells an Ohio rally the coronavirus 'affects virtually nobody' -

    As the U.S. hits 200,000 COVID-19 deaths, Trump tells an Ohio rally the coronavirus 'affects virtually nobody'The U.S. passed yet another "grim milestone" in its COVID-19 pandemic Monday night, Reuters notes, with at least 200,000 Americans dead from the new coronavirus and an average of nearly 1,000 more dying each day. As "the country blew past estimate after estimate" of COVID-19 deaths, Politico's pandemic newsletter said Monday night, "the term 'grim milestone' in headlines became so routine that we banned it."COVID-19 deaths are rising again in the U.S. after a four-week decline, with Texas and Florida leading the news fatalities, Reuters reports, and the University of Washington's Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation now predicts 300,000 deaths by Dec. 9 and 378,000 by the end of 2020 if current trends continue. The IHME's first projection of U.S. coronavirus deaths, issued March 16, topped out at 162,000. The U.S., with about 4 percent of the world's population, has 20 percent of its recorded COVID-19 deaths.At a rally in Dayton, Ohio, on Monday night, President Trump assured his admirers the virus isn't really that bad, noting that it mostly kills "elderly people" and people with "other problems," adding, "It affects virtually nobody."> "It affects virtually nobody," Trump says of the coronavirus, which has now killed 200,000 Americans and counting pic.twitter.com/qHrZvUWNhX> > ? Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) September 22, 2020According to CDC data, more than 70 percent of U.S. COVID-19 deaths are among people older than 65, which means about 60,000 of the dead were 65 and younger. And a lot of the estimated millions of U.S. "long-haulers" who did not die from COVID-19 are still grappling with a wide array of health problems, some of the potentially serious.More stories from theweek.com Stephen Colbert's Late Show takes Lindsey Graham up on his offer, uses his words against him NFL reportedly fines 3 coaches for not wearing masks during games 5 brutally funny cartoons about the battle over Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Supreme Court seat


  • ?No Right?: Schumer Claims It Would ?Spell the End? of the Senate If Republicans Fill Ginsburg Vacancy -

    ?No Right?: Schumer Claims It Would ?Spell the End? of the Senate If Republicans Fill Ginsburg VacancySenate minority leader Chuck Schumer (D., N.Y.) claimed Monday that Republicans have ?no right? to fill the Supreme Court vacancy left by the recent death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg ahead of the November election, and said doing so would ?spell the end? of the Senate.Schumer?s comments came in a speech on the Senate floor in response to Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell?s remarks that President Trump?s nominee for a vacancy would receive a vote on the floor of the Senate.?By all rights, by every modicum of decency and honor, Leader McConnell and the Republican Senate majority have no right to fill it, no right,? Schumer said.Schumer then repeated Ginsburg?s alleged statement to her granddaughter in her final days of life that her ?most fervent wish? was that she should not be replaced until a new president is installed. He added that Senate Republicans should have ?no problem adhering to Justice Ginsburg?s dying wish? as Leader McConnell ?held the Supreme Court vacancy open for nearly a year in order to ?give the people a voice' in selecting a Supreme Court justice.?He criticized McConnell and Senator Lindsey Graham (R., S.C.) for going back on the standard they set in 2016 following the death of Justice Antonin Scalia when Senate Republicans refused to vote on President Obama's nominee Merrick Garland."The American people should have a voice in the selection of their next Supreme Court justice,? McConnell had said then. ?Therefore, this vacancy should not be filled until we have a new president."However, McConnell said his current stance is not comparable to his position from 2016 as the Senate was held by Republicans while the president was a Democrat.On Monday McConnell quoted his own comments from February 2016 in saying, "The Senate has not filled a vacancy arising in an election year when there was a divided government since 1888, almost 130 years ago."Yet Schumer painted a dire picture of the Senate should Republicans move forward with filling the vacancy, saying the move would take the legislative body down a ?dangerous path.??I worry for the future of this chamber if the Republican majority proceeds down this dangerous path. If a Senate majority over the course of six years steals two Supreme Court seats using completely contradictory rationales, how could we expect to trust the other side again?? he said. ?If, when push comes to shove, when the stakes are the highest, the other side will double-cross their own standards when it?s politically advantageous, tell me how this would not spell the end of this supposedly great deliberative body, because I don't see how," he continued.The New York Democrat urged four Senate Republicans to commit to rejecting any nominee until the next president is installed, saying ?that was Justice Ginsburg?s dying wish and it may be the Senate?s only last hope.?Senators Susan Collins (R., Maine) and Lisa Murkowski (R., Alaska) have both said they would not support confirming a presidential nominee ahead of the election.


  • Solomon Islands: Men working for WW2 bomb clearing agency die in explosion -

    Solomon Islands: Men working for WW2 bomb clearing agency die in explosionThe men were working to help dispose of the many unexploded World War Two bombs on the islands.


  • Declaration of UN's 75th anniversary urges global unity -

    Declaration of UN's 75th anniversary urges global unityThe world?s often-divided nations united Monday to adopt a declaration commemorating the 75th anniversary of the United Nations, saying the urgency for all countries to come together ?has rarely been greater? amid global challenges ranging from the coronavirus pandemic to climate change and violent extremism. The declaration, approved by 193 member nations at the mainly virtual commemoration, praises the United Nations as the only global organization with the power to bring countries together and give ?hope to so many people for a better world and ... deliver the future we want.? Born out of the horrors of World War II, the United Nations was established to save succeeding generations from the scourge of war ? words enshrined in the U.N. Charter.


  • Facebook says it is ready for violent unrest in the US election, and has plans to restrict the spread of inflammatory posts -

    Facebook says it is ready for violent unrest in the US election, and has plans to restrict the spread of inflammatory postsNick Clegg, Facebook's head of global affairs, told The Financial Times that the company is preparing in case of chaos after the November election.


  • Burgess on the political impact of Justice Ginsburg's death. -

    Burgess on the political impact of Justice Ginsburg's death.Rep. Michael Burgess on Sen. Mitch McConnell promising Senate vote for SCOTUS nominee following Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.


  • Isis ?Beatles? can stand trial in US after High Court ruling -

    Isis ?Beatles? can stand trial in US after High Court rulingUK will hand over requested evidence as result of ruling


  • Hundreds of 'Arizona Republicans for Biden' signs have been stolen and vandalized across the state where poll shows Trump and Biden neck and neck -

    Hundreds of 'Arizona Republicans for Biden' signs have been stolen and vandalized across the state where poll shows Trump and Biden neck and neckThe signs had been displayed over the summer by a political action committee called "Arizona Republicans Who Believe In Treating Others With Respect."


  • Village broadband mystery finally solved after 18 months of signal failure -

    Village broadband mystery finally solved after 18 months of signal failureEvery single day, without fail, for 18 months, an entire Welsh village lost its broadband on the dot at 7am. The mystery left residents and engineers utterly baffled and frustrated. Unable to get online, the 400-strong population of Aberhosan, Powys, repeatedly called telecoms experts, who in turn, repeatedly descended on the village in a bid to identify the problem. In an expensive attempt to solve the problem, they even replaced most of the area?s cables. But still, much to their bemusement, the signal continued to plummet from 7am. Eventually, engineers launched an investigation, bringing in a ?crack squad? from other parts of the UK. Equipped with a specialist monitoring device called a Spectrum Analyser, the team was dispatched to scope the village from dawn. Michael Jones, an Openreach engineer, said: "We walked up and down the village in the torrential rain at 6am to see if we could find an electrical noise to support our theory.


  • Turkey says EU sanctions on Turkish firm over Libya embargo show bias -
  • China video may simulate attack on U.S. base -

    China video may simulate attack on U.S. base

    With relations between China and the U.S. continuing to deteriorate, a new video released by China's air force may be another source of concern.

    The highly-produced piece released on a social media platform shows Chinese bomber aircraft, capable of carrying nuclear weapons, launching a simulated attack on what appears to be an America air base in Guam.

    The Pacific island and U.S. territory is home to major military facilities, and its air base would be a likely target for any conflict in the Asia-Pacific region.

    The Chinese video - named "The god of war H-6K goes on the attack!" - shows H-6 bombers taking off from a desert base.

    A pilot eventually presses a button which sends a missile towards an unidentified runway.

    When the missile homes in - a satellite image is shown that looks exactly like the layout of Andersen Air Force Base in Guam.

    The timing of the video's release coincided with China performing a second day of drills near Taiwan to express anger at the visit of a senior official from the U.S. state department.

    Neither China or the U.S. immediately responded to requests for comment on the video.


  • Ginsburg Supreme Court: Trump to name nominee by week's end -

    Ginsburg Supreme Court: Trump to name nominee by week's endThe president appears to have enough support in the US Senate to win approval for his nominee.


  • Alabama Archives faces its legacy as Confederate 'attic' -

    Alabama Archives faces its legacy as Confederate 'attic'Hundreds of memorials glorifying the Confederacy had been erected by the time Marie Bankhead Owen built what may have been the grandest: The Alabama Department of Archives and History, which cataloged a version of the past that was favored by many Southern whites and all but excluded Black people. Owen used taxpayer money to turn the department into an overstuffed Confederate attic promoting the idea that the South?s role in the Civil War was noble rather than a fight to maintain slavery. ?If history is to serve the present, it must offer an honest assessment of the past,? Director Steve Murray and trustees said in a ?statement of recommitment.?


  • Fact check: Anti-maskers in Indonesia were required to dig graves for COVID-19 victims -

    Fact check: Anti-maskers in Indonesia were required to dig graves for COVID-19 victimsA Facebook post is truthful in saying Indonesian leaders ordered eight non-mask-wearers to dig graves.


  • These gloves help fight COVID-19. But they're made in sweatshop conditions -

    These gloves help fight COVID-19. But they're made in sweatshop conditionsU.S. trade bans are spurring labor reforms in Malaysia, which produces two-thirds of the world's disposable gloves.


  • More than 160 world leaders and diplomats call for UK to release Julian Assange -

    More than 160 world leaders and diplomats call for UK to release Julian AssangeLetter claims Mr Assange will not be able to get fair trial in US


  • Tens of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts traveled to the Lake of the Ozarks for a bike rally weeks after a similar event in Sturgis was linked to COVID-19 cases in 8 states -

    Tens of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts traveled to the Lake of the Ozarks for a bike rally weeks after a similar event in Sturgis was linked to COVID-19 cases in 8 statesLake Ozark Mayor Gerry Murawski said last week that he didn't expect motorcyclists to wear masks to Bikefest because "that's just the way they are."


  • Catholic voters can't ignore abortion or Kamala Harris' religious bigotry in 2020 election -
  • Nearly 80% displaced people have lost job, income due to virus: survey -
  • A Kennedy who worked on Jared Kushner's COVID-19 task force said he was asked to distort a coronavirus prediction to make the outbreak seem less bad -

    A Kennedy who worked on Jared Kushner's COVID-19 task force said he was asked to distort a coronavirus prediction to make the outbreak seem less badMax Kennedy Jr, a Democrat, said he joined Kushner's coronavirus response team hoping that it would rise above politics. It did not.


  • US Supreme Court: The possible nominees to fill vacancy -

    US Supreme Court: The possible nominees to fill vacancyTwo conservative women are seen as frontrunners for the vacancy created by Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death.


  • Thousands protest Netanyahu; many ignore Israeli virus rules -

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