California / Boogaloo / Oakland Santa Cruz

US attorney announces the gunman who allegedly killed two law enforcement officers in California was associated with the right-wing Boogaloo movement. A patch bearing the group’s symbol was found in the van used by the shooter in Oakland and Santa Cruz killings

Further articles on the same subject

California / Boogaloo / Oakland Santa Cruz

Logo alert
Add to feed Create your own feed

Loading
Loading

News

The Supreme Court extended mail-in voting deadlines in the key battleground states of Pennsylvania and North Carolina, a setback for the Trump campaign #Election2020 

"He gets his photo op, and then he gets out." Joe Biden responds after many of Pres. Trump's supporters were stranded in near-freezing weather following his rally in Omaha, saying, "it's an image that captures Pres. Trump's whole approach to this crisis."

Did you feel it? Several netizens reportedly felt a quake in parts of south Luzon. #LindolPH  #EarthquakePH 

tweet picture

"I was an outsider in Japan, even though I am Japanese," says the director of Midnight Swan, who was born and raised in Brazil till the age of 11. "My past has a lot of influence on my film production." Read more: #内田英治 #草彅剛 #ミッドナイトスワン

Dr. Anthony Fauci says that even though he's "very certain" we will have a coronavirus vaccine "in the next few months," we are unlikely to be able to go about our normal lives until at least the end of next year — or perhaps 2022.

We just broke the record for biggest e-petition in the history of our national parliament. They hoped the people wouldn’t be interested. You proved them wrong.  We have 5 days left. Let’s push hard towards the half-million mark. #MurdochRoyalCommission 

tweet picture

U.S. Christian right groups are pouring millions of dollars into conservative and anti-LGBTQ causes in Europe, a new report says

Dr Fauci praises Australia’s coronavirus response and Melbourne’s face mask rules

Ventilation systems on planes filter out 99% of airborne viruses, researchers at Harvard University found. If people follow mask protocols, their study says, flying is safer than grocery shopping or eating out.

Loading
Loading