The American economy is in a depression and we haven’t even entered the worst parts of it.
Here’s another story showing how bad things are. 92 percent of New York City restaurants couldn’t make rent in December.
A crocodile at the Florida Zoo underwent surgery to remove a shoe from his stomach.
Winston Churchill approved millions of taxpayers’ pounds in bribes to prevent Spain’s General Franco from supporting Germany in Second World War, according to a new book. Churchill apparently convinced Spanish banker Juan March to act as a secret agent, organising payments of millions of dollars to Franco’s generals in return for Franco agreeing not to side with Hitler.
As an entertainment journalist, I’ve had the opportunity to cover Trump for over a decade, and in all my years covering him I’ve never heard anything negative about the man until he announced he was running for president. Keep in mind, I got paid a lot of money to dig up dirt on celebrities like Trump for a living so a scandalous story on the famous billionaire could’ve potentially sold a lot of magazines and would’ve been a huge feather in my cap.
Nicholas Atencio and his girlfriend Heather Surovik spend nearly every minute of their lives in a 2000 Cadillac Escalade. After Atencio, 33, lost his job as a plumber in May, he and Heather, 36, who now deliver for a fast-food chain, otherwise spend their sad lives curled upon an air bed in the back of their car parked in a lot in Longmont, Colorado.
FEBRUARY 14 marks the day when the City of Dresden and up to one million residents and refugees was in just two days fed into the Allied RAF and USAF incinerators. Inconvenient History, this internationally recognised war crime will stain the escutcheon of Britain, the United States and their sadistic air armies.
Twenty-five years in the making Witness to History is the size of two large paperbacks. Heavily illustrated, this remarkable chronicle did the job it was intended to do.
A worrying shift in ideology has used the Covid-19 pandemic to increase its influence in Europe Union government under the pretence of offering a solution to combating the coronavirus crisis.
Last September, Brian Myers walked into a New Jersey animal shelter and rescued Sadie, a German shepherd, giving her another chance at life. Four months later, Sadie would do the same for him. Heather Centrella, the office manager at Ramapo Bergen Animal Refuge, said she got a call from Myers last week. It wasn’t to return Sadie to the shelter in Oakland, New Jersey, but rather to tell her what Sadie did.
Germany could end up divided like the United States if the country’s left won’t stop with moralising and attempts to suppress any opposing opinions, Sahra Wagenknecht, former Left Party leader said in a harsh attack on her own allies.