Mexico’s AMLO reveals Biden will visit country early in 2023

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday that President Biden would visit the country early next year. López Obrador revealed during a Press conference That Biden will travel to Mexico City on January 9 and January 10 for a summit of North American leaders. This will be the 80-year-old Commander in Chief’s first … Read more

California mom charged with homicide for smothering baby against her breast

A California mother has been charged with murder for weaning her infant daughter from her breast — the frustrated twins would be unwilling to feed the baby, according to police and the woman’s friends. Police allege Selina Juarez, 29, of San Jose, allegedly pressed her 8-month-old daughter, Melanie, against her skin for 10 minutes as … Read more

Twitter explodes after MSNBC’s Esther Choo calls to cancel Thanksgiving

Prominent Twitter users launched a series of arguments after an MSNBC health columnist mooted the idea of ​​canceling Thanksgiving and moving the winter holidays to prevent illness. On Wednesday, Dr. Esther Chu, professor of emergency medicine at Oregon Health & Science University, shared her thoughts on preventing respiratory illnesses like COVID-19 and RSV during the … Read more

Jerome Adams say he couldn’t find job after leaving Trump White House

Former Surgeon General Jerome Adams said he struggled to find a job after his four-year stint as America’s top doctor under former President Donald Trump. “People still too scared to touch anything who is associated with Trump,” Adams told The Washington Post In an interview published on Friday. While he sought positions in academia, Adams … Read more

Immigrant-smuggling New Yorker leads Texas cops on high-speed chase

A New York man has been charged with human trafficking and evading arrest in Texas after he attempted to drive four illegal immigrants over Eagle Pass to San Antonio after a Texas DPS trooper pulled over a high-speed vehicle. followed. On 18 November a Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) Trooper attempts to stop a … Read more

Stand up comedy booms in Venezuela, but politics are off stage

Caracas – Samuel Rodríguez’s pizzeria in Caracas not only serves hot cheesy pies – it also serves up jokes, providing a platform for young comedians who fill the void left by veteran comics who fled Venezuela’s economic crisis Huh. Rodriguez, 36, himself performs several days a week, which he describes as a kind of catharsis … Read more

Enraged couple forces entire Frontier Airlines plane to disembark

Just plane rude! According to an eyewitness, a selfish couple forced an entire Frontier Airlines flight to land after boarding a plane without proper boarding passes — then yelled at crew members who tried to stop them. “were tired!” According to footage posted on Instagram, one of the air-headed jerks could be heard shouting on … Read more

Black Hebrew Israelites support Kyrie Irving at NYC march

Hundreds of members of a black Jewish Israeli group chant “we are the real Jews” as they descend on Barclays Center in Brooklyn During the Pro-Kyrie Irving MarchLet’s show the video. A massive queue of followers, all donning shirts from the group reading “Israel United in Christ,” were caught chanting “we’ve got some good news” … Read more

Python bites and drags 5-year-old Australian boy into pool

A 5-year-old Australian boy was dragged into a swimming pool by a python in Australia – and miraculously survived the horrific attack when his grandfather subdued the animal. Beau Blake was playing in the yard of his family home in Byron Bay, New South Wales, on Wednesday when a 10-foot-long snake emerged from the bushes … Read more

Plan to ban women from Australian national park sparks outrage

A plan to ban women from entering a part of a New South Wales, Australia national park has sparked an uproar among local Indigenous women, who have branded the move “discriminatory”. Wollumbine National Park, also known as Mount Warning, is located in Tweed Shire in far north New South Wales, attracting approximately 127,000 people annually. … Read more