Second explosion heard near presidential palace in Yemen’s Aden after deadly blast at airport where unity govt arrived – reports

Local news have reported yet another explosion in Yemen, this time near the presidential palace, to which the new cabinet fled following the blast at Aden airport. Yemen’s new government was transferred to the palace right after an explosion disrupted their arrival to Aden airport…

Months after Twitter shadow-bans RT, Putin signs law to fine & block social media giants that censor Russian media sources

By Jonny Tickle Russian President Vladimir Putin has approved new legislation that could see foreign social media companies punished for discriminating against the country’s media outlets. This year, RT and Sputnik have been censored on Twitter. The bill explicitly forbids censorship based on reasons such as…

Loeffler and Perdue Announce Support for $2000 Stimulus Checks

One week away from the January 5 Georgia U.S. Senate runoff election, incumbent Republican Senators Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue both came out on Tuesday in support of giving Americans the $2000 pandemic relief stimulus checks called for by President Trump. The move follows the…

Horowitz: Gov. DeWine threatens to veto self-defense law as crime skyrockets in Ohio

As violent crime reaches record levels in Ohio’s major cities, Gov. Mike DeWine (R) appears to be more concerned with using law enforcement against peaceful citizens and business owners. Now, he doesn’t want you to defend yourself when the criminals he released from prison or the Antifa…

Oregon mayor calls for small businesses to defy governor and open on New Year’s Day

The mayor of Sandy, Oregon, is calling on small businesses in his state to open on New Year’s Day in defiance of Democratic Gov. Kate Brown’s coronavirus restrictions, while still observing rules for social distancing and COVID-19 spread reduction. In an open letter to the governor sent earlier…

How Diamonds Can Help Power Electric Vehicles

By MINING.com Scientists at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory in the US published a study in Applied Physics Letters where they present the idea of using diamonds as ultra-wide bandgap semiconductors to more effectively power the electrical grid, locomotives and even electric cars. In their paper, the researchers said that…