A woman from Arkansas was left on the brink of death after being bitten by a poisonous baby spider. As she slept, Claressa Coleman was bitten by a brown recluse spider.
Following North Korea’s sixth nuclear test, nations across the globe are ramping up defense systems and bracing for the worst. But it isn’t only radioactive risks scientists are worried about now.
On Tuesday, Apple revealed their newest phone. The new line was anticipated by Apple users and is another cult favorite. But many are rightly skeptical of the “FaceID” feature.
A Hepatitis A outbreak has killed 16 people in the southern California city of San Diego. In order to combat the disease, the city has literally begun spraying the streets with bleach.
Right now, a major cover-up is going on in the media and among leftists all over the country. Many Democrats are involved in separate and equally disturbing sex scandals, but they are being swept under the rug.
North Korea has not only threatened to turn the United States into “ashes and darkness,” but they’ve also threatened neighboring Japan. They have said that they would like to sink Japan with a nuke for the newly imposed United Nations sanctions on the regime.
These before and after images, taken by the Landsat 8 satellite, show plainly and clearly how destructive Hurricane Iram was to the Caribbean islands in its path. The satellite had been busy snapping photos as a way to document the damage.
A volatile storm has ignited a slew of 40,000 lightning strike in southwestern California. The strikes have hit Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, and Ventura counties – all between September 10-11.
Commuters in Sweden believe that they are at the forefront of the future. They are willingly getting microchips implanted into their hands so that their commute is easier, but many say that what they are really implanting is the mark of the beast.
California woman Leticia Sept was taken into custody after officers on patrol encountered her near a recreational vehicle that was parked illegally and found her with the firearm. The illegal gun was a stockless Ruger 10/22, and thanks to gun laws, she’s in a lot of trouble with the government.
Almost half of Florida’s citrus crops were destroyed during the hurricane and when Florida farmers survey the damage caused by Hurricane Irma, and most are saying it’s the worst destruction to their farms that they’ve ever seen.
With the threat from North Korea of a potential and possibly imminent nuclear war on the horizon, many preppers have taken to gathering items which protect them from the effects of radiation. Food can do that as well, and here are ten things you can grow to reduce that damages done by radiation.
The American power grid has been hacked. It also appears that these hackers may take down the entire grid “at will” and induce blackouts when and where they choose.
“The war the US establishment wages with our journalists is dedicated to all the starry-eyed idealists who still believe in freedom of speech. Those who invented it, have buried it.”
Some in Texas think that survivors of Hurricane Harvey are being taken to Wal-Mart stores and held until they can be relocated to a more permanent location, aka, a FEMA camps.
A United States senator has just warned that a nuclear attack by North Korea is imminent. He wants Washinton state to prepare for the strike, but right now, a little law is getting in his way.
Testing of the flood waters left by Hurricane Harvey came back showing bacteria and toxic matter abundant in the homes devastated by the storm.
Two Windsor-Essex people in Canada are dead after succumbing to the West Nile Virus. As more and more cases pop up in the United States, health officials are warning to not take this disease lightly.
But the new super lice could present a problem with treatments and has become much more daunting over the past years.
In the face of food and water shortages, residents on the Caribbean island of St. Martin are now stooping to violent levels. Residents even spoke of a “disintegration in law and order” as survivors of Hurricane Irma’s wrath struggled in the face of severe necessities shortages.