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Disney World is about to reopen very soon and employee’s are not happy about it. Disney said Tuesday (July 7th) that it still plans to reopen Disney World from its coronavirus shutdown this coming Saturday to a limited number of guests, despite the surge in cases of the virus in Florida.   According to Reuters, […]

PARIS (RNN) – A gunman killed one police officer and wounded another before he was himself shot dead in what police are saying is probably a terrorist attack in the heart of Paris. The attacker was armed with an AK-47, according to a German reporter. There is a massive police presence on the Champs-Elysees and people […]

LONDON — A sole attacker killed three people, including a police officer, and injured at least 20 others in two apparent terror assaults near Britain’s Parliament on Wednesday. Police said the assailant was fatally shot dead by police. A car mowed down several people on the Westminster Bridge, killing at least one female pedestrian and […]

Gunmen killed at least six worshippers and injured eight others.   Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said a deadly shooting Sunday at a Quebec mosque during evening prayers was a terrorist attack, CBS News reports. At least two gunmen fired at worshipers in what witnesses described as a coordinated attack, according to CNN. The police […]

In an address to his nation Wednesday, Mexico President Enrique Peña Nieto says his country will not pay for President Trump’s wall along U.S.-Mexico border. During his national address, Peña Nieto expressed his “regret” over Trump’s calling for the immediate building of a southern border wall, saying he will “reject the decision of the U.S. […]

BERLIN, Germany (RNN) – Police reported a truck ran into a Christmas market filled with people in Germany Monday, killing 12 people and injuring 48 others. Berlin police confirmed the number of deaths on its Twitter account. Photos and video shared on social media showed what appeared to be a semi truck crashed into the market. The police […]

Today is World AIDS Day. More Americans are being diagnosed with HIV in their 50s and 60s. One-in-three people diagnosed with HIV in 2008 was over 50 years old.  The reason has to do with people who were diagnosed in the 80s and 90s living longer thanks to HIV medications, and the increasing number of […]

(RNN) – Fidel Castro, who seized power in 1960, killing former politicians and members of the middle class and turning the island of Cuba into a communist country, died Friday. His brother, Raul Castro, announced the death on state-run media. He was 90 years old. According to AFP, the Cuban leader will be cremated on Saturday. The Cuban […]

Debris was found in the Mediterranean Sea, but it hasn’t been confirmed it’s from the plane. Meanwhile, leaders are not ruling out terrorism.   Update: Egypt’s civil aviation minister said the a terror attack is a strong possibility in the case of missing EgyptAir flight 804, BBC reports. Panos Kemmanos, Greek politician, explained the believed last […]

This is the first time in nearly 90 years that a sitting U.S. president has walked on the island’s shores.   On Sunday, Air Force One touched down in Havana, Cuba with passengers President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and their daughters stepping off to embark on a 2-day visit to the Caribbean island. With an […]

Congratulations are in order: Sandra Bullock is a mommy once again. The actress has adopted her second child, an adorable three-year-old named Laila, and she’s now…

AIDS and HIV are not the immediate death sentences they once were. But of course, that’s no excuse for us to stay lax on practicing…