During the institution's board meeting this past weekend, Calvin University announced that they plan to use a $22.25 million anonymous gift to launch a new business school. Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year old unarmed black man, went jogging in a Brunswick, Georgia, neighborhood and encountered two men who later said they thought he was a criminal. A newly surfaced video appears… A senior military chaplain in the United States has been harshly criticized for sending fellow chaplains an email encouraging them to read John Piper’s new book on the coronavirus issues. Twenty-two… Centers for Disease Control and Prevention(CDC) drafted guidelines for restaurants, schools, churches and businesses so the institutions can safely reopen as states look to lift their coronavirus rest… Church leaders urge African Americans to stay healthy to survive the pandemic.
Florida News: Six Month-Old Baby Found Dead in Deltona Middle School Parking Lot: Teacher Left Infant in Car on Friday
A six month-old baby boy was found dead inside a parked SUV at Deltona Middle School in Deltona, Florida on Friday, Sept. 18, 2015. The infant was in the backseat of the car, when authorities arrived in response to a 911 dispatch call. The U.S. Navy has agreed to limit its use of sonar and underwater explosives as part of its training exercises in the coasts of California and Hawaii. The move is part of a legal settlement organized by various environmental groups for the protection of whales and other marine life in the areas. A new study released by researchers from various countries warned that the number of deaths caused by air pollution can increase to more than six million a year by 2050. In addition, the study also revealed a surprising major contributor in the world's pollution level. A 19-year military veteran and highly decorated chaplain to the Navy SEALS has been exonerated by the Navy after receiving threats of discharge from a commander for expressing his Christian view on marriage and homosexuality as a sin during private counseling sessions with sailors. Scientists have found a way to turn a cancer-fighting plant more readily available inside a laboratory. According to the researchers from the Stanford University in California, this new discovery could lead to the wide-scale production of drugs that can possibly cure cancer. Scientists warned that Hawaii might be facing the worst coral bleaching ever this year based on data regarding the rising ocean temperatures in the region. This environmental issue can increase the risk of corals developing various diseases which could lead to their deaths.
Hun Joon Lee, South Korean Teenage Student Dies in School Bus After Being Aboard Alone for Hours in Whittier, California: Body Found By Police After Being Reported Missing by Mother
Hun Joon Lee, a 19-year-old South Korean student died aboard a yellow school bus owned by Pupil Transportation Cooperative, a private bus company in Whittier, California on Friday, Sept. 11, 2015. A bus driver found his life-less body slumped in the aisle of school bus #243.
Minnesota Shootings: Brian, Karen, Cole, Madison, and Brooklyn Short Found Dead Inside $2 Million Mansion – Hennepin County Sheriff Investigates Multiple Murder-Suicide
Brian Short, his wife, and three children were found dead inside their multi-million dollar home in Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota on Thursday, Sept. 10. South Minnetonka Police are investigating the deaths as a multiple murder-suicide. The weapon used in the murders was a shotgun. The U.S. is currently facing a deadly Salmonella outbreak that has already infected residents of 30 states. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Preventions (CDC), the Salmonella Poona strain has already infected 341 people in the country and has caused the deaths of two individuals in T… A new leak on Twitter hinted that Nike may be preparing to unveil a new version of its Nike Mag shoes next month. Footwear fans, of course, are aware that the Nike Mag pair is the replica of the self-lacing shoes that Michael J. Fox's Marty McFly wore in the 1989 film "Back to the Future II."