A new data analysis identifies clusters of unvaccinated people, most of them in the southern United States, that are vulnerable to surges in Covid-19 cases and could become breeding grounds for even more deadly Covid-19 variants. read more
Agigantic 3D cat has appeared on a billboard in Tokyo, where it looms playfully over one of the city's busiest railway stations. Shown between advertisements, the hyper-realistic feline comes to life on a 1,664-square-foot curved LED screen in the Shinjuku district. The 4K-resolution display shows the cat walking around high above the Japanese capital as it audibly meows.
More than 125 campers and adults who attended a summer camp run by a South Texas church have tested positive for coronavirus, according to a statement from Clear Creek Community Church Lead Pastor Bruce Wesley. read more
Andy Dick has reportedly been arrested for assault with a deadly weapon and is out on $50,000 bail as of Tuesday. Details about the 55-year-old comedian being reportedly arrested were revealed on the "Kermit and Friends" YouTube show, as the host Elisa Jordana shared what went down over the weekend that lead to the performer to being incarcerated. The comments were noted on Page Six. Jordana said that Dick was busted after he reportedly assaulted his lover Lucas [last name not provided] with a "metal chair." "He could have killed him," she added.
Both QAnon and longtime supporters of former President Donald Trump criticized his Saturday night speech in Wellington, Ohio, accusing him of the "same-old, same-old" grievances against Democrats and his 2020 election loss to President Joe Biden. QAnon supporters, some of whom are the former president's most fanatical online backers, sent a barrage of messages through the Telegram app that expressed boredom and even anger at the speech Trump described as "the very first rally of the 2022 election." They blasted Trump for not mentioning how his January 6 insurrection supporters are "rotting in jail." And numerous others said Trump should be booed by the Ohio rallygoers for even "bringing up the word 'vaccine,'" because they believe COVID-19 was entirely a hoax. But a majority of the top QAnon user comments simply expressed their outright boredom with Trump's post-election stump speech