“On January 6, President Trump left everyone at this Capitol for dead” – Joaquin Castro
UN award winner innovates recycling process that creates bricks with amazing strength
North Korea violates international sanctions as they developed nuclear, missile programs in 2020, U.N. reports
North Korea developed nuclear, ballistic missile programs in 2020, violating international sanctions, according to a UN report.
With tax season starting on Friday, filing taxes early this year may benefit you. The earlier you do it, the better it would be as you’ll get a chance to receive your tax refund sooner, get any missing stimulus money faster, and more.
Electric vehicle giant Tesla plans to offer a new payment method for its cars: Bitcoin. The company also announced that it invested $1.5 billion into cryptocurrency, according to its 2020 SEC filings.
In Myanmar, police allegedly used water cannons, tear gas, and fired rubber bullets during a demonstration in the country’s capital, Nay Pyi Taw, to contain thousands who defied a ban on protests.
Some self-employed Canadians who received up to $14,000 worth of CERB despite being ineligible will not have to repay due to mixed-messaging by the government. Prime Minister Trudeau made the announcement Thursday.
Can two vaccinated people hug each other? According to Dr. Tara Moriarty, theoretically, the answer is yes, but we still need to be cautious as there’s still a lot to learn about how effective the vaccines are.
Hope, the unmanned probe, travelled 300 million miles to reach Mars’ orbit. The two-year mission comes with a $200 million price tag.
“It is unfortunate that history is repeating what happened 82 years ago with the Nazi Olympics in 1936.”