Will gifts arrive in time for Christmas? Target, Macy's, other stores offering same-day delivery for holiday rush The holidays can become the worst time of the year for those that procrastinate. Speedy delivery services can be your best friend. Buzz60 In a year full of unknowns, one thing is clear: This holiday season, you might want to shop fast and ship early. On top of the typical holiday crush, carriers ranging from the U.S.
Trump names VP Pence to lead coronavirus response Media playback is unsupported on your device President Donald Trump has appointed Vice-President Mike Pence to co-ordinate the US government's response to the coronavirus outbreak. Both men told a White House news conference that the risk to the American people remained very low. Attorney: This is why Kenosha officer shot Jacob Blake "He's got my kid. He's got my keys," Sheskey heard a woman say, according to attorney Brendan Matthews, who is representing the officer. If Sheskey had allowed Blake to drive away and something happened to the child "the question would have been 'why didn't you do something?'" Matthews said. That explanation, provided in an exclusive interview with CNN, offers the most detailed rationale to date for Sheskey's highly scrutinized decision to shoot Blake, who is Black, as he leaned into an SUV with his children inside it on August 23.
Coronavirus: Fauci warns Senate of 'serious consequences' Media playback is unsupported on your device The top US infectious diseases doctor has warned senators that the coronavirus will spread further if the country opens up too soon. Dr Anthony Fauci said if federal guidelines to reopen were not followed, "little spikes" would become outbreaks. He also said the real US death toll is probably higher than the official figure of 80,000. His message is at odds with the upbeat tone of President Donald Trump who is keen to get the economy going again. As Coronavirus Sweeps Country, Parents Worry About Vulnerable Kids Being Kept In School Coronavirus can be scary to adults, but for kids it can be even more difficult to comprehend. Here's a little expert advice about how to discuss it. Buzz60 Andy Diacetis was at dinner a few weeks back with his wife when his friend, a doctor, made a stunning comment. “Everybody in that facility is gonna die,” said the doctor, in reference to the Life Care Center in Kirkland, Wash., where the first U.S. cases of coronavirus were confirmed.
‘The Masked Singer’: Broc-star Paul Anka is sent home in smackdown against Mushroom during Group C Finals The Gremlin spared fellow contestants from elimination by unmasking himself. USA TODAY Spoiler alert! The following contains spoilers from the Nov. 26 episode of "The Masked Singer," including the identity of the unmasked celebrity. Mushroom’s “Masked Singer” journey was nearly capped off Thursday night, during a special Thanksgiving presentation of the singing competition.
First death from coronavirus in the United States confirmed in Washington state The patient was a man in his 50s who had underlying health conditions, according to Dr. Jeffrey Duchin, health officer for Seattle and King County, Washington. County health officials became aware of the case on Friday, he said. "I want to assure that family they are on the hearts of every American," Vice President Mike Pence said in a press briefing Saturday. There was no evidence the patient had close contact with an infected person or a relevant travel history that would have exposed the patient to the virus, said Dr.
Uluru climb pictures to be removed from Google after Australia complains Google Maps currently hosts several user-uploaded images from the top of the site, taken before the ban came into place, as well as a Street View path recorded by a climber in 2018. But Parks Australia, which looks after the country's natural treasures, has asked the tech giant to take down pictures uploaded by users after complaints from the Anangu Aboriginal people, Uluru's traditional owners. Tourists were prohibited from traversing the sacred site in late 2019 after the Anangu people said it was being trashed by visitors eroding its surface, dropping rubbish and polluting nearby waterholes. Coronavirus: Musk defies orders and reopens Tesla's California plant Image copyright Getty Images Tesla has reopened its only US electric car plant in California, despite local orders against manufacturing. On Monday, the company's chief executive Elon Musk tweeted that production had restarted and he would be "on the line with everyone else". US states and local governments are trying to determine the best way to open up after lockdown. Mr Musk previously vowed to move the firm's headquarters out of California if the plant was not allowed to reopen.
US, Canadian fighter jets intercept Russian reconnaissance aircraft near Alaska coast, video shows U.S. and Canadian fighter jets intercepted two Russian reconnaissance planes near Alaska on Monday, flying with the foreign aircraft for hours until they finally withdrew, military officials said. American F-22 Raptor stealth jets and Canadian CF-18 Hornets escorted the two Tupolev Tu-142 maritime reconnaissance aircraft for the duration of their four-hour flight over the Beaufort Sea, North American Aerospace Defense Command [NORAD] officials said in a statement. The Russian aircraft entered the Alaskan Air Defense Identification Zone and remained in international airspace for the duration of the flight, the joint U.S.-Canadian command said, adding that the planes never entered U.S. or Canadian sovereign airspace. A Russian Tu-142, top right, was intercepted near the Alaskan coastline, officials said. (North American Aerospace Defense Command via AP)
Dish Network warns Nexstar dispute could lead to 'largest local station blackout in TV history' There's ways to 'cut the cord' beyond streaming video. Here's a look at new tech gadgets that let you replace older services with newer technology. USA TODAY Dish Network and Nexstar Media Group are warning subscribers and viewers of a potential blackout. As with past contract disputes, the companies are blaming the other.