Top News – Dec. 7: Trump’s Remark, Israeli Military Maneuver, BLM Sign Removal, Donut Reviews, and Record-Breaking Pub Crawl
Today’s top stories include Trump’s controversial ‘dictator’ comment impacting the 2024 campaign, Israeli forces surrounding a Hamas leader’s home, Brookline’s BLM sign removal decision, Leominster’s top donut spots, and an Australian duo’s record-breaking pub crawl.
Dec. 6 Headlines: Senators clash over Ukraine aid, Kim Jong Un’s emotional appeal, Biden’s Boston visit, & honoring E.B. White’s legacy
Today’s top stories: A classified Senate briefing on Ukraine turns into a heated debate over border policies, impacting a crucial aid package. Meanwhile, Kim Jong Un makes an emotional appeal to North Korean women amidst declining birth rates. In the U.S., President Biden’s Boston fundraising sparks mixed reactions among young voters as he hints at…
Israel intensifies Gaza bombardment amidst U.S. pressure to avoid mass casualties. Meanwhile, four candidates qualify for the fourth 2024 GOP presidential debate. Allegations raised against anti-LGBTQ+ GOP figure, Bridget Ziegler, while a Washington council candidate loses by one vote.
Tonight’s Top Stories: Trump’s Election Watch Call Causes Uproar, Kentucky’s Viral Abortion Ad, Trump vs De Niro, and Massachusetts Wrestling Duo Reunites
Trump’s call to ‘go into’ cities and ‘watch’ elections sounds alarms By Alex Woodward for Yahoo – Mon, December 4, 2023 at 1:23 PM EST Donald Trump’s call to his supporters to “guard” and “watch” ballot counting in cities with large Black populations has raised alarms among elections officials and voting rights advocates bracing for…
From Red Sea Missiles to Trump’s viral gaffe, and a Centenarian Tortoise, here are today’s top headlines
Yemen’s Houthi rebels struck three commercial ships in the Red Sea, prompting a US warship to shoot down three drones in self-defense. Meanwhile, a gaffe by Donald Trump led to widespread mockery, vets in Boston urged calm amid reports of a dog respiratory illness, Jonathan, the world’s oldest tortoise, celebrated his 191st birthday, escaped circus…
Global Tensions and Local Transformations: From Paris Attack to Massachusetts’ Psychedelic Debate – Today’s Top Five Headlines
In today’s top stories: A deadly attack near the Eiffel Tower, escalating conflict in Gaza, Massachusetts considers psychedelic legalization, a missing finger prompts a lawsuit against a major restaurant chain, and the festive Lancaster Celebration of Lights.
James Carville criticizes ‘Christian nationalists’ including Speaker Mike Johnson, calling them a greater risk than al-Qaeda due to their determination and funding. Meanwhile, hostilities continue in Gaza, with cease-fire prospects dimming as Israel recalls its negotiators. Back in MA, the Republicans thwart a $3-billion budget bill in the House. Other news includes a library concert…
Here are the results from Tuesday’s mayoral and special elections in Massachusetts.
The manhunt for Robert Card, believed to have taken 18 lives in Lewiston, ME, concludes with the discovery of his dead body.
Following UFO hearing, members of Congress have embraced whistleblower’s claims, saying the Pentagon and its financial relationship with defense contractors (like Boeing) is the reason for covering up the UFO reverse engineering program.
Although an ostensible threat, a senior defense official told CNN that the spy balloon adds little value to China’s known espionage tactics, which already include low-orbit spy satellites.
From Playdoh My Little Ponies to Learning Resources’ Beaker Creatures Monsterglow Lab, here are 10 affordable gifts for kids available on Amazon.
According to several historians, Lincoln only had one recorded loss in his 12-year wrestling career.
The request was made in response to a recent uptick of crypto firms hiring government officials to lobby for “secure favorable regulatory outcomes” as the government works to craft rules to regulate the crypto industry.
A local woman claimed that the “Karen” in the display was made in her likeness as retaliation for opposition to one of the city’s proposals.
Qualified borrowers have until December 31, 2023 to fill out the application which can cancel up to $20k in debt.
A person of interest, who owns a local scrapyard, has gone missing. A witness told police the missing men were planning on committing a crime before their murder.
Kraig French, formerly of Stow, joined forces with two veteran friends forming the Tactical Aid Group, which is presently enlisting in the Ukrainian army.
An online business model that could replace local newspapers
Can increasing access to commercial sex dissuade would be mass shooters from turning to the dark web and weaponry for “support?”