Deaths of woman, 2-year-old son in fall at San Diego Padres’ Petco Park ruled suicide, homicide

A woman who died at Petco Park while holding her infant son last September has committed suicide, according to a statement released Wednesday by the San Diego Police Department. Authorities have ruled the death of her 2-year-old son a homicide. San Diego residents Raquel Wilkins, 40, and her son, Denzel Browning-Wilkins, fell around 3:50 p.m. … Read more

Biden commits to Harris as his 2024 running mate

Biden’s approval ratings continue to drop National Security Correspondent Jennifer Griffin explains how the botched pullout from Afghanistan, a failed summit with the Chinese and the handling of the Ukraine-Russia situation are contributing to her poll results. NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! President Biden has suggested he will run for re-election in … Read more

Supreme Court paves way for Trump White House document review by Jan. 6 committee

The vote was 8 to 1, with Justice Clarence Thomas dissenting. January 20, 2022, 00:37 • 4 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article The Supreme Court on Wednesday denied former President Donald Trump’s request to stay a lower court warrant that hundreds of pages of his Jan. 6 presidential filings be turned … Read more

In Ukraine, Blinken warns Russia could attack with “very short notice”

Secretary of State Antony Blinken warned on Wednesday that Russia had positioned itself to attack Ukraine “at very short notice”, even as he urged Moscow to pursue a “diplomatic and peaceful course”. In remarks to US Embassy staff in Ukraine’s capital Kyiv, Blinken said the buildup of 100,000 Russian troops had made this “a critical … Read more

January 6 committee subpoenas 2 people who promoted election fraud conspiracy theories

Nicholas J. Fuentes and Patrick Casey are affiliated with far right groups “America First” and “Groyper.” The panel highlights in its letter to both individuals that Fuentes and Casey reportedly received Bitcoin donations that are being examined by the FBI to determine whether the funds were connected to the Capitol attack. The committee cites that … Read more

Starbucks Ends Its Plan to Require Worker Vaccination and Testing

Starbucks will no longer require its U.S. employees to be vaccinated or take weekly coronavirus tests, following last week’s Supreme Court ruling blocking the Biden administration’s vaccine or test rule for large companies. The Supreme Court’s 6-3 ruling reversed the White House’s sweeping efforts to enlist big employers in its efforts to fight Covid-19, but … Read more

Cyberattack compromised data of over 515,000 ‘highly vulnerable people’

The hack forced the Red Cross to shut down computer systems that support a program that reunites families separated by conflict, migration or disaster, the aid organization said. It’s unclear who was responsible for the cyber incident, but the Red Cross said its “most pressing concern” was the possibility of the compromised data being leaked. … Read more