According to the United Nations, there are 19.5 million refugees around the world. Most of them are poor and in need of support. What most people don’t hear about are the ultra-rich who can easily buy their way into a new life abroad. In the US, for example, foreigners who invest $500,000 in a US business can get a permanent residency visa.
The Man Who Stopped World War III
Throw caution to the wind. With great risks come great rewards. Fortune favors the bold. English expressions like these have always celebrated men and women of action. But perhaps we should be celebrating cooler heads. Perhaps we should be studying the cautious, the careful, and the patient among us. Vasili Arkhipov was all of these things. Because of his caution, patience, and restraint, he stopped World War III and saved the lives of millions.
US Struggles With Covid As Citizens Reject Masks
Unlike some parts of the US, in Texas, face masks have been mandatory since early July. When a bus driver in Lubbock asked a passenger to put on a face mask, the passenger smashed up the bus and attacked the driver. This was not an isolated incident. Across the US, face mask rules have caused arguments and violence. In Palm Beach, Florida a shopper in a store pulled a gun on another customer after being called out for not wearing a mask.
Officer Who Helped Kill George Floyd Said He Wanted To Fix The Police
On May 25th, 2020, George Floyd was murdered. Minneapolis Police Chief Medaria said, “The officers knew what was happening — one intentionally caused it and the others failed to prevent it. This was murder — it wasn’t a lack of training…”
Coronavirus Social Distancing
The first reported case of the Coronavirus in the US was on Jan 19th, 2020. For months, Americans had denied how serious the situation was. Many said that it was no different than a common cold or flu. They thought all the warnings and hype were overblown. Some even said it was a hoax designed to bring down the president. By mid-March, as the severity of the Coronavirus pandemic became impossible to ignore, many of the naysayers had come around.
Court Orders Cheater to Pay $750,000
When Kevin Howard found out his wife was two-timing him, he was heartbroken. He also wanted revenge. He found justice through an obscure law called ‘Alienation of Affection.’ In other words, his wife’s affection was stolen. According to this law, being a homewrecker isn’t just immoral; it’s illegal. Howard sued his wife’s lover and won $750,000.
Meet Sergeant Stubby: A Most Peculiar War Hero
Millions of Americans admired Sergeant Stubby. His courage under fire was legendary. He was a decorated hero of World War I. He also had four legs and barked a lot. You guessed it – Sergeant Stubby was a dog. The short brindle bull terrier mutt was the first dog ever given rank in the U.S. Army. His story is the stuff movies are made of.