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  • Kevin Spacey Testifies About Sex Abuse Claims - It Is Not True

    Kevin Spacey Testifies About Sex Abuse Claims - It Is Not True

    Kevin Spacey testifies in a New York courtroom on Monday, October 17, 2022, that he never made a sexual pass at actor Anthony Rapp, who has sued, alleging the Academy Award-winning actor tried to take him to bed when he was 14 years old. Identifying himself as "Kevin Spacey Fowler," the actor was asked about Rapp's claims that, after a 1986 party, a then-26-year-old Spacey picked him up like a groom does a bride and put him on his bed before lying on top of him.

  • Flying Into Typhoons Helps Some Seabirds Survive The Storm

    Flying Into Typhoons Helps Some Seabirds Survive The Storm

    Because flying into typhoons helps some seabirds survive the storm, some seabirds do not simply make it through the storm; they actually feel it. According to a study that was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on October 11, streaked shearwaters that nest on islands off the coast of Japan sometimes make their way directly toward oncoming typhoons, where they remain in the vicinity of the eye of the storm for extended periods of time.

  • Mel Gibson Can Testify - The Judge In Harvey Weinstein's Los Angeles Trial Rules

    Mel Gibson Can Testify - The Judge In Harvey Weinstein's Los Angeles Trial Rules

    On Friday, the judge in the trial of the famous movie mogul for rape and sexual assault said that Mel Gibson can testify about what he heard from one of Harvey Weinstein's victims. Many witnesses, including the 66-year-old actor and director, had their names made public before Los Angeles superior court.

  • Cancer Drug Made From "Caterpillar Fungus" In The Himalayas Passes Early Clinical Trial

    Cancer Drug Made From "Caterpillar Fungus" In The Himalayas Passes Early Clinical Trial

    A molecule found in fungus could be the breakthrough cancer patients have been waiting for as cancer drug made from "caterpillar fungus" in the Himalayas passes early clinical trial. NUC-7738, developed by researchers at the University of Oxford in partnership with the U.K.-based pharmaceutical company NuCana, has the potential to destroy cancer cells 40 times more effectively than previous compounds, and when compared to existing chemotherapy medications, it does this with less harm to the body.

  • Kyiv Is Bombarded By Kremlin "Kamikaze Drones," Prompting Nuclear Concerns

    Kyiv Is Bombarded By Kremlin "Kamikaze Drones," Prompting Nuclear Concerns

    Kyiv is bombarded by Kremlin "kamikaze drones," prompting nuclear concerns. Zaporizhzhia, a city in southern Ukraine, was the target of the most recent Kremlin attacks on Saturday, which included both drones and missiles. Ukrainian officials confirmed that kamikaze suicide drones and missiles attacked the city early in the morning.

  • Chance Of Nuclear War 2022 - Will Russia Use Nuclear Weapons?

    Chance Of Nuclear War 2022 - Will Russia Use Nuclear Weapons?

    At a time when Moscow continues to suffer massive military setbacks and lose significant territory to Kyiv, President Joe Biden on Thursday warned the world could face "Armageddon" if Russian leader Vladimir Putin makes good on threats to use nuclear weapons in Ukraine, an unusually blunt statement and one of the most candid remarks on the risks of nuclear conflict from a U.S. leader since the Cold War. This can increase the chance of nuclear war 2022.

  • Angela Lansbury Passed Away - Details Of Her Death And Career

    Angela Lansbury Passed Away - Details Of Her Death And Career

    Angela Lansbury is one of the few stage and movie stars who can compare to what she has done. Because of her role as Jessica Fletcher on CBS's Murder, She Wrote, she became one of Hollywood's most famous faces. She has been nominated for three Oscars and won five Tony Awards. Angela Lansbury passed away on Oct. 11, 2022, when she was 96 years old. She was known as one of the most influential people in the entertainment industry. Why did she die? Read on to find out everything you need to know.

  • UN General Assembly Resolution Condemns Russia Annexation Of Ukraine’s Territory

    UN General Assembly Resolution Condemns Russia Annexation Of Ukraine’s Territory

    According to BBC, UN General Assembly resolution condemns Russia annexation of Ukraine’s territory. Today's historic vote in the United Nations General Assembly showed support for Ukraine, protection of the UN Charter, and strong resistance. Russia's aggressive disregard for Ukraine's national boundaries and sovereignty is unacceptable and will not be tolerated since territorial integrity is a core tenet of the United Nations. The gathering states have made it quite clear that they will not stand for any UN Member State to try to acquire territory by force by passing this resolution. This vote strongly condemns Russia's aggression against Ukraine.

  • The First Skyrora Space Launch Crashes Into The Sea Off The Coast Of Iceland

    The First Skyrora Space Launch Crashes Into The Sea Off The Coast Of Iceland

    The first Skyrora space launch crashes into the sea off the coast of Iceland. The booster from the British rocket company's failed mission to reach space was lost at sea a short time after liftoff.

  • Biden Says Putin Miscalculated Russia’s Ability To Occupy Ukraine

    Biden Says Putin Miscalculated Russia’s Ability To Occupy Ukraine

    On Tuesday, US Vice President Joe Biden said he thinks Russian President Vladimir Putin miscalculated Russia's ability to occupy Ukraine. During a rare television interview, Vice President Biden expressed the views of his administration to find what he termed an "off-ramp" for Putin to deescalate his invasion of Ukraine without resorting to nuclear weapons.

  • Blake Shelton Announces He Is Leaving ‘The Voice’ After The 23rd Season

    Blake Shelton Announces He Is Leaving ‘The Voice’ After The 23rd Season

    Blake Shelton won't be coaching on NBC's The Voice for much longer. The popular country singer has been a coach since the show's debut in 2011. On Tuesday (Oct. 11), Blake Shelton announces he is leaving ‘the voice’ after the next season.

  • Offshore Wind Turbine Prototype Breaks 24-hour Record

    Offshore Wind Turbine Prototype Breaks 24-hour Record

    An offshore wind turbine prototype breaks 24-hour record by generating a staggering 359 megawatt-hours of electricity. The Siemens Gamesa SG 14-222 DD is one of the world's largest wind turbines. It has the same 14-MW nominal capacity as GE's largest Haliade-X turbines, and it is only slightly smaller than the enormous 15-MW Vestas rigs and the monstrous MingYang 16 MW, which is the world's undisputed champion in the category of offshore wind turbines.

  • UK Spy Chief Warns Chinese Technology Poses A Huge Threat To The UK And Its Allies

    UK Spy Chief Warns Chinese Technology Poses A Huge Threat To The UK And Its Allies

    On Tuesday, Britain's top cyberspy said that Chinese technology poses a huge threat to all because the country uses its financial and scientific power to change technology in a way that threatens global security. GCHQ Director Jeremy Fleming will speak on how the Chinese government is trying to exert more control over its people at home and abroad via the use of technology like digital currency and the Beidou satellite navigation network.

  • Kim Kardashian Is Reportedly Paying For Extra Security At Her Kid's School

    Kim Kardashian Is Reportedly Paying For Extra Security At Her Kid's School

    Kanye West has been having social media meltdowns, including one where he talked about schools being "shot up," and Kim Kardashian is reportedly paying for extra security at the private school where her kids go. Kanye West said the name of her kids' private school in a series of social media rants, so Kim Kardashian is reportedly paying for more security at the school.

  • Sperms That Swim Together Beat Solitary Sperm In Mating Race

    Sperms That Swim Together Beat Solitary Sperm In Mating Race

    According to a recent study, bull sperm migrate more efficiently in groups, which may have consequences for our understanding of human fertility. In simulated reproductive tracts of animals such as cattle and humans, a team lead by physicist Chih-kuan Tung discovered that this behavior increases the possibility that sperms that swim together beat solitary sperm in mating race.

  • Harry And Megan Markle Netflix - Clashed Over The Release Date

    Harry And Megan Markle Netflix - Clashed Over The Release Date

    Netflix sources have told the Daily Telegraph that Harry and Meghan Markle Netflix "multi-episode" reality show will air in December. A source tells the paper that the couple is making changes and tweaks to the show with their production team, but they are not making big changes as has been said.

  • A State Of Shock And Horror spread Across Ukraine Following Russia' Wave Of Strikes

    A State Of Shock And Horror spread Across Ukraine Following Russia' Wave Of Strikes

    Not only in Kyiv but all throughout this large nation, from Lviv in the west to Kharkiv in the east and Odesa in the south, there have been explosions nonstop for the last several hours. The shock and horror spread across Ukraine following Russia's wave of strikes. It's eerily familiar for those of us who were here in February when Russia launched its full-scale invasion. As further missile and drone assaults are predicted, we have been instructed to spend as much time as possible in the basement.

  • Why Traumatic Brain Injuries Increase Second-Hit Risk

    Why Traumatic Brain Injuries Increase Second-Hit Risk

    In a recent observation by several scientist, they assume that there is a reason why traumatic brain injuries increase second-hit risk. On September 25, quarterback Tua Tagovailoa of the Miami Dolphins got the pass off, but he was knocked down. As he tried to jog it off, people saw him shake his head and fall down.

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