The president raised eyebrows with his comments on John Lewis, coronavirus, Ghislaine Maxwell and more.
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As they watched a huge mushroom cloud rise over the seaport capital, many who felt the massive explosion in Beirut on Tuesday thought it was a nuclear detonation. Others described the popping and bursting of fireworks and a raging fire that spread to another building, triggering the blast felt kilometers (miles) away. The explosion collapsed balconies, shattered windows and ripped bricks from buildings, killing more than 70 people and injuring more than 3,000.
A powerful blast in port warehouses near central Beirut storing highly explosive material killed 78 people, injured nearly 4,000 and sent seismic shockwaves that shattered windows, smashed masonry and shook the ground across the Lebanese capital. It was the most powerful explosion in years in Beirut, which is already reeling from an economic crisis and a surge in coronavirus infections. President Michel Aoun said that 2,750 tonnes of ammonium nitrate, used in fertilisers and bombs, had been stored for six years at the port without safety measures, and said it was "unacceptable".
Walt Disney Co. is doubling down on streaming after reporting a quarterly loss of nearly $5 billion Tuesday amid a pandemic that has all but paralyzed its theme parks, live productions and cruise line. Disney (DIS) reported a fiscal third-quarter loss of $4.72 billion, or $2.61 a share, compared with net income of 79 cents a share in the year-ago quarter. The loss was largely due to a $4.95 billion charge Disney took as a result of the pandemic and changing media habits globally.
American Ninja Warrior winner Drew Drechsel was arrested Tuesday following accusations of having an inappropriate relationship with an underage girl. According to the U.S. Attorney's Office of the District of New Jersey, Drechsel, who won the last season of NBC's athletic competition show, was arrested in his Florida home. The office's official press release detailed […]
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Retired Dallas police officer C'mone Wingo reacts to the increase in crime and violence in major U.S. cities.
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Dogs in a K-9 demonstration last year attacked a man wearing a Colin Kaepernick jersey, who later joked about the former quarterback’s protests.