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'It's sick': Biden blasts Trump Jr.'s pedophilia 'joke'During a Yahoo News virtual town hall, the former vice president blasted the suggestion by the president's son that children should feel unsafe around him.

5/19/2020 8:32:44 PM

Sept. 11 convict now says he renounces terrorism, bin LadenThe only man ever convicted in a U.S. court for a role in the Sept. 11 attacks now says he is renouncing terrorism, al-Qaida and the Islamic State. Zacarias Moussaoui is serving a life sentence at a federal prison in Colorado after narrowly escaping the death penalty at his 2006 trial. Instead, prosecutors pinned responsibility on Moussaoui because they said he could have prevented the attacks if he had not lied to the FBI about his knowledge of al-Qaida and its efforts to attack the U.S. when he was arrested in August 2001.

5/20/2020 10:18:36 AM

Man abducted as child in China reunited with parents after 32 yearsA Chinese man kidnapped as a toddler 32 years ago has been reunited with his biological parents, after police used facial recognition technology to help track him down. Mao Yin was just two when he was snatched outside a hotel in Xi'an in central Shaanxi province in 1988 and sold to a childless couple in neighbouring Sichuan province who raised him as their own son, Xi'an's public security bureau said in a statement. Police "aged" one of Mao's childhood photos, according to state broadcaster CCTV, and used the model to scan the national database and find close matches.

5/19/2020 8:33:59 AM

Swimming during the pandemic: What the CDC wants you to know before you hit the poolThe CDC has published recommendations for reopening swimming pools, including frequent disinfection of surfaces like ladders, showers and deck chairs.

5/20/2020 7:43:17 PM

Granderson: With $100 million, Magic Johnson pays it forwardWhen Magic Johnson saw that minority- and women-owned businesses were being deprived of coronavirus stimulus relief, he took matters into his own hands.

5/20/2020 3:06:24 PM

The US birth rate has fallen to the lowest in 35 years, and experts worry we could face a 'demographic time bomb'The number of babies born in the US in 2019 was the lowest in 35 years, leading again to fears the country could experience a 'demographic time bomb.'

5/20/2020 11:58:00 AM

Venezuelans clamor for gasoline as U.S. weighs response to Iran fuel shipmentWith the United States weighing a response to a gasoline shipment from Iran to Venezuela, people waiting in line outside service stations in the country's capital said they were eager to fill their tanks, regardless of how the fuel arrived. OPEC members Venezuela and Iran both are U.S. adversaries. A Trump administration official said last week the shipment via five tankers - which are still underway to fuel-starved Venezuela - was "unwelcome."

5/19/2020 4:07:12 PM

'You pay the price sometimes': Australian man could face £14,500 fine for rescuing trapped whaleAn Australian man who saved a trapped whale calf from a net could be fined nearly AUS$27,000 (£14,500) for his troubles. The man took matters in to his own hands after authorities took over two hours to respond to calls about the animal's plight. The rescuer, who identified himself only as "Django", told local reporters: “I saw the whale and I thought, ‘That is pretty cool’. Then I saw he was in the net and I thought, ‘That is not cool’.” He proceeded to dive down and free the baby whale’s pectoral fin using his knife. The fin had become entangled in the shark net, which was cutting in to its flesh. It is unclear how long the whale, believed to be a humpback, had been trapped before the rescue. While returning to shore, the man was intercepted by the Department for Agriculture and Fisheries and told he faced a heavy fine, subject to an investigation. “Yeah, I’m in trouble. I wasn’t going out there to see whales. It was an expensive day but whatever... you pay the price sometimes,” he said. The state of Queensland has penalties for both tampering with council property and for moving too close to whales. Fisheries Minister Mark Furner said: “It is dangerous equipment. We have unfortunately seen the loss of life when people have themselves become entangled in this equipment. It will be up to the department to consider whether this gentleman will be prosecuted.”

5/19/2020 6:50:46 AM

Gunman Opens Fire in Arizona Shopping Complex, at Least Three WoundedAt least three people were wounded in Arizona late Wednesday, one of them critically, after a gunman opened fire in a popular shopping and entertainment complex. Police in Glendale said officers responded to the sprawling Westgate Entertainment District after receiving multiple reports of an active shooter at around 7:25 p.m. By the time police arrived on scene, the shooting had already stopped and officers found the suspected gunman and “our officers challenged that suspect, and were able to safely take that person into custody,” Officer Tiffany Ngalula told reporters at a late-night press conference. No further details were immediately available on the victims or the suspect. Amid unverified reports the suspect had livestreamed the attack, Ngalula said police had “seen several videos surfacing on social media” but could not confirm anything further. A state lawmaker said he’d witnessed the incident, and there were “lots of shaken up people.” “I just witnessed an armed terrorist with an AR-15 shoot up Westgate. There are multiple victims,” state Sen. Martin Quezada tweeted. “I saw 2 victims with my own eyes. Not sure how many others I saw the shooter. Being told not to say anything else about details ’til I speak to police,” he wrote.  Police urged the public to avoid the area as they conducted a second sweep throughout the massive complex. Ngalula stressed that police were still in the early stages of their investigation and “any information that we have right now is preliminary and is subject to change.”The shooting comes less than a week after Gov. Doug Ducey's stay-at-home order expired, and retail stores and entertainment centers were allowed to open up earlier this month. Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.

5/20/2020 10:34:39 PM

Biden says U.S. doesn't have a food shortage problem, 'we have a leadership problem'Former Vice President Joe Biden on Tuesday said that America has “a leadership problem,” about food and nutrition in the face of the pandemic that has crippled the food distribution network.

5/19/2020 6:53:52 PM


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