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GEORGE TOWN, July 25 — It all started at a small cafe in George Town more than five years ago when Tan Wei Ming thought he’d try his hand at enhancing the space with plants, shrubs and small...
A flash flood watch was in effect for many parts of Arizona on July 22 as more heavy rain drenched the already water-logged region.Footage shared on Twitter captures bright lightning flashing and loud thunder rumbling in Scottsdale around 9:20 pm on Thursday night.Some areas received more than three inches of rain by Friday, the NWS reported. Credit: @FF_Prestige via Storyful
About 60 Cubans have been prosecuted so far for participating in unprecedented demonstrations against the government earlier this month, a senior official said Saturday.
Nick Wittgren wrote, "There is nothing normal about threatening someone and their families lives."
Scores of wildfires raging across the Western United States' forest and scrub have belched so much smoke that it is helping an army of firefighters gain ground on the nation's biggest blaze, Oregon's Bootleg fire, by blocking sunlight, officials said on Saturday. Both the National Weather Service and officials with the Oregon Department of Forestry said smoke in the lower atmosphere coming from California wildfires has floated over the Bootleg fire, which has scorched more than 401,000 acres in Oregon about 250 miles (402 km) south of Portland. "It's called 'smoke shading' and it's basically put a lid on the lower atmosphere for now, blocking sunlight and creating cooler, more stable surface conditions," said Eric Schoening, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Salt Lake City.
Rodney Alcala, the so-called “Dating Game Killer,” has died. He was 77. Alcala was serving on California’s death row in Orange County but died of natural causes Saturday morning at a hospital in San Joaquin Valley, prison officials said in a statement. He achieved morbid notoriety as the “Dating Game Killer” after winning the coveted date on “The Dating Game” TV show in 1978, but then getting rejected by said date for being too “creepy” and going on to kidnap and murder 12-year-old Robin Samsoe
Within 24 hours of Kevin Smith's new animated Netflix series "Masters of the Universe: Revelation" debuting online, the He-Man show appears to have been "review bombed," with fan reaction veering wildly from the largely positive critical reaction. As of writing on Saturday afternoon, "Masters of the Universe: Revelation" has a 94% Fresh score on Rotten Tomatoes from 36 critics and yet a 29% from more than 1,700 fan votes. So what gives? YouTubers and angry "fans" on Twitter are saying that "Kevi
As the "Walking Dead" TV universe has expanded over the years, there's only been one group that's appeared in the main series and both spinoffs: the Civic Republic, or CRM, which served as the main villains of the "World Beyond" spinoffs. But on "Fear the Walking Dead," which is currently years earlier than either "World Beyond" or the main series, there's just one CRM person we care about: Isabelle, played by Sydney Lemmon, who will finally return in season 7. The news came out of the "Fear the
Rodney Alcala, the serial murderer who became known as the “Dating Game Killer” because of his 1978 appearance on the game show, died July 24 at a hospital near California’s Corcoran state prison at the age of 77. Alcala’s chilling story provided an early glimpse of how the growth of unscripted television with everyday people […]
Season 6 of "Fear the Walking Dead" left our heroes in a pretty messed up situation even by the standards of the famously brutal franchise, thanks to a doomsday cult that managed to fire off a nuclear warhead that exploded at the end of the finale. Now we know when we'll get to see the fallout, both nuclear and otherwise, in the Season 7 premiere: October 17 on AMC, with an early release for AMC+ subscribers. That news came courtesy of the "Fear the Walking Dead" panel during Comic-Con@Home, mod
British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland said a change of tactics helped his team beat the Springboks 22-17 in the first Test in Cape Town on Saturday.
Federal prosecutors have brought forth new allegations against R. Kelly in his sex trafficking case, and are asking for the ability to present the information to jurors at his upcoming trial in New York. In a court filing on Friday, obtained by the Associated Press, prosecutors brought forth a wide variety of new bribery and […]
Thunderstorms showered Florida residents with heavy rainfall on Friday, July 23, as severe weather moved through coastal Palm Beach County.Video shared to Twitter by Carolyn Allen shows the scene in Boynton Beach on Friday as the storms moved through the region.Area residents were warned of strong winds and the potential for waterspouts. Credit: Carolyn Allen via Storyful
At least one current dynasty will be using the Patriots plane this year.
An indigenous demonstrator takes part in a protest against the government of Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro in downtown Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on July 24, 2021
In Washington, D.C., one view of the moon, as seen from the Washington Monument, showed a fully sized orb shifting colors and briefly turning orange. The silhouette of a Marine One helicopter flashed across the moon as it appeared to linger over federal buildings in the U.S. capital. Dozens of major wildfires are burning across parts of Oregon, Montana, Idaho and California, with Oregon's Bootleg fire the most massive and the state's third largest wildfire on records dating back to 1900.
No one has “had it” with Megyn Kelly more than MSNBC's Tiffany Cross, who dedicated a segment of her show, “The Cross Connection,” to addressing the former Fox News host’s repeated attacks on prominent Black women like Naomi Osaka and Meghan Markle -- and Cross did not hold back in her reproach. On Saturday’s episode of “The Cross Connection,” Cross took "a slightly different approach” from her usual current events coverage by addressing someone “completely irrelevant.” “I’m speaking, of course,
Season 33 of “The Simpsons” will kick off in a musical fashion with a little help from “Frozen” star Kristen Bell, the long-running show’s producers revealed on Saturday. During the Comic-Con panel “The Simpsons Season 33 and Beyond,” executive producer Matt Selman teased what fans can expect from the Season 33 premiere, which airs on […]
World Cup winner Pogba, 28, has frequently been linked with a move away from Old Trafford since rejoining United from Juventus in 2016 for a then-world record 89 million pounds ($122.34 million). British media reported that Ligue 1 club Paris St Germain are interested in signing Pogba, who is in the final year of his contract at United.
A snow leopard at the San Diego Zoo is suspected of being positive for SARS-CoV-2, the virus that leads to COVID-19, after several initial tests found the pathogen, the San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance said.In a press release, the alliance said the male snow leopard, Ramil, recognizable for his missing eye, had exhibited symptoms including a cough and runny nose, leading care specialists to take fecal samples.The samples were tested by the zoo and returned a positive result. Samples also tested positive at California Animal Health and Food Safety Laboratory System (CAHFS). Additional testing is to be conducted at the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Veterinary Services Laboratories (NVSL).“The male snow leopard appears to be doing well, and is showing no additional symptoms other than the cough and runny nose,” the alliance wrote in the press release. “He shares his habitat with a female snow leopard and two Amur leopards. San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance veterinarians assume these three individuals have also been exposed. They are currently being quarantined in their habitat. Veterinarians are monitoring them closely, and will treat symptoms as they may arise.”Footage shared by the San Diego Wildlife Alliance shows Ramil and a fellow San Diego Zoo resident, female snow leopard Naphisa. Credit: San Diego Zoo Wildlife Alliance via Storyful