- U.S.USA TODAY
A billing mistake by the hotel results in a dispute that led to police being called to the Hampton Inn. Now the guests are suing.
- U.S.NBC News
Gov. Phil Murphy was faced with thousands of COVID-19 cases in April — but these days he is cautiously optimistic.
Sports Anchor Dan O'Toole Says 1-Month-Old Daughter Is Missing: 'Praying That Whoever Has You, Is Holding You'
"I have a one month old child, and I don’t know where she is," O'Toole wrote on Instagram
An apartment complex in Fayetteville, North Carolina, said it had begun a legal action to terminate the residency of a woman after she was caught on video shouting racist slurs at a US paratrooper.The soldier, Diamonte Ugbesia, told Storyful he pulled up to the Kings Cross Apartments on June 25 and heard a woman screaming, “I hate black people.” Ugbesia followed her voice and when the woman spotted him, she began verbally abusing him.This video, filmed by Ugbesia, begins with another man telling the woman that she needs to “stop screaming.” The woman turns to Ugbesia and demands that he “get the f*** back down” before telling the other man that he “better kill that motherf***ing n*****.”Ugbesia told local media: “I got deployed to Afghanistan. Me coming home from Afghanistan serving my country to a person saying they hate me based off my skin color? That’s what I was mad about.”The apartment complex’s management said in a statement that it was taking action to evict the woman. Credit: Diamonte Ugbesia via Storyful
Test monkeys infected with the novel coronavirus responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic were protected from reinfection for up to 28 days later, a Chinese study out Thursday in the journal Science said. While the monkeys displayed initial immunity, it's unclear how long such immunity will last in humans - it will be necessary to wait months, or even years, to know if the millions of people infected at the start of the pandemic are protected from re-infection. Scientists from Peking Union Medical College performed an experiment on rhesus macaques, often used because of their similarities to humans, to find out if they have a short-term immunity to the virus.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie Are Spending Time Together Again and Apparently Their Relationship Is Way Healthier
Don't expect a romantic reconciliation though, this is all about their kids.
The wedding is said to have broken regional guidelines regarding the virus, with government officials stating gatherings can only include as many as 50 people.