In Florida, neighbors quarreled over a dog: 3 people were killed and one injured

According to Florida law enforcement officials, three people, including the alleged shooter, died after the incident on Monday, July 6. The conflict was caused by a dispute between neighbors over a dog, writes USA Today. One of the victims is a 13-year-old girl, said Port St. St. Lucy’s assistant police chief ...

'America will remain sick and lonely': trump officially announced the US withdrawal from WHO

Trump sent a notice of US official withdrawal from WHO to Congress, Senator Menendez said. Earlier, the American president suspended funding for the organization and put forward a number of requirements for it, DW writes. US President Donald Trump has notified Congress of the country's official withdrawal from the World ...

160 people were killed and 500 wounded on holidays in the United States: there are children among the victims

A 6-year-old child in Philadelphia, 7-year-old in Chicago, 8-year-old in Atlanta, 15-year-old in New York - all these children were victims of shootings on holidays in the United States, writes The Guardian. In the vicinity of some of the largest US cities last weekend, massive ...

Deadly threat: a large batch of hand sanitizer is being withdrawn in the US

About 19 bottles of hand sanitizer sold nationwide are withdrawn due to the potential for toxic substances. The product is used as a sanitizer and moisturizer for hands, writes Fox Business. According to a posting by the US Food and Drug Administration ...

Quarantine sharply increased the demand for freelance services: the most popular areas

The coronavirus pandemic led to chaos in the global labor market, leaving many people out of work due to dismissal, unpaid leave, or shorter working hours, as employers took massive measures to cut costs. But one segment of the working market ...

US Supreme Court changes presidential voting system

The Supreme Court said that members of the electoral college may be forced to support the winner of the popular vote in the presidential election, according to Independent. 32 U.S. states have laws that apply to “backtracking electors,” although only 16 of them apply sanctions or abrogate such votes. States ...

International students may be expelled from the US due to online tuition

Foreign students must leave the United States if their classes last online or go to another full-time university, the United States Immigration Customs Police (ICE) announced. About this writes Reuters. It is not clear how many owners ...

Georgia declares state of emergency after sharp increase in violence amid protests

Georgia Governor Brian Kemp imposed a state of emergency on the state and deployed up to 1000 National Guard troops in connection with aggressive protests in Atlanta. About it writes the Voice of America. Republican Kemp said he signed the decree after "several weeks of sharp growth ...

'May destroy the USA': 100 earthquakes per month occurred near Yellowstone supervolcano

Over the past month alone, the Yellowstone supervolcano area has been hit by more than a hundred earthquakes, according to US officials watching the site amid growing fears of an eruption, Express writes. In June, more than a hundred earthquakes occurred in Yellowstone, raising concerns over ...

A man from Florida has contracted a rare amoeba that destroys the brain

In Florida, a rare case of infection with an amoeba that destroys the brain is confirmed, writes CNN. Last Friday, July 3, the Florida Department of Health announced a confirmed case of Naegleria fowleri, a microscopic unicellular amoeba that can infect and destroy the brain. This is usually fatal, they said in ...

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