In Indiana, unidentified persons shot a family with children and a pregnant woman

Five people, including a pregnant woman, were killed in Indianapolis in the largest massacre in a decade. Another wounded man survived and is in serious condition, writes CNN. Five people and an unborn child were killed in the night ...

Photoshop and Paint: How Travelers Fake COVID-19 Test Results

With a new, more contagious variant of COVID-19 discovered in the UK and then in more than 60 countries around the world, governments around the world have begun requiring airline passengers to test negative for COVID-19 before boarding ...

Hundreds of writers and editors call to ban Trump from publishing memoirs

Hundreds of editors, publishers and authors have signed a letter demanding the publishing industry to refuse Donald Trump to publish any post-presidential memoirs, writes The Independent. The letter, titled "No Book Deals with Traitors", was signed by over 250 industry workers. They oppose the publication of the future ...

Tax season 2021: key dates and IRS recommendations

The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced on its official website that the country's tax season will begin on February 12, 2021, when the agency will begin accepting and processing returns for the 2020 tax year. Season start date for individual tax filers ...

Safer than going to the store: in the US held 'antivirus' rock concerts in balloons

Rock group The Flaming Lips staged two unique concerts in Oklahoma, during which both performers and spectators were in individual balloons, writes the BBC. Each show had 100 balloons that could accommodate up to three people. The concept came from ...

A unique experience: a city in the USA where they go in summer clothes even in severe frosts

Tourists who have visited the northern US city of Minneapolis are surprised that even in the most severe frosts, locals can easily go to work, visit shops, cafes, entertainment venues, just dressing in a summer shirt and trousers. How they do it, the author says ...

Trump had a special button in the White House for ordering cola

US President Joe Biden, who took office on January 20, got rid of the button that 45th President Donald Trump used to order Diet Coke in the Oval Office. Writes about this NYDailyNews. Tom Newton Dunn of Times Radio tweeted that ...

Minimum Wage and Benefits: Biden Signs Important Financial Orders

On Friday, January 22nd, President Joe Biden signed two decrees aimed at reducing hunger and strengthening workers' rights during the COVID-19 pandemic. The new administration is pushing Congress to pass yet another comprehensive coronavirus relief package. About it…

In the US, there is unexpectedly one more billionaire

Michigan has sold a ticket that won a $ 22 billion jackpot on January 1, the third-largest lottery prize in US history, according to Mega Millions website. Writes about this Yahoo! The winning numbers: 4, 26, 42, 50, 60 and Mega Ball 24. The main ...

Elon Musk will give $ 100 million to a scientist who finds a way to save the Earth from global warming

The head of Tesla Inc and billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk on Twitter promised a prize of $ 100 million for developing the best technology to capture carbon dioxide emissions. Writes about this Fox Business. Capturing global warming emissions is becoming an important part of many plans to ...

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