Neighborhood fight Haitian gangs after vigilante killings

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Armed with machetes, bottles and rocks, residents of the hilly suburbs of Haiti’s capital fought back against visiting gangs on Tuesday, one day after a mob burned 13 suspected gang members are shot to death in a horrific spree of vigilante violence. Tired of relying on an understaffed police department, dozens … Read more

How to watch a rare solar eclipse pass over remote Australia, Indonesia

JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — Under cloudless skies, 20,000 eclipse chasers crowded into a small outpost to watch a rare solar eclipse plunge a portion of Australia’s northwest coast into brief midday darkness Thursday while temporarily cooling the tropical heat. The remote tourist town of Exmouth, with a population of fewer than 3,000, has been touted … Read more

Planning a trip? Offers Oregon’s Magic Mushroom Experience

Salem, OR (AP) — Oregon’s pioneering experiment with legalizing magic mushrooms It has taken a step closer to reality as the first “facilitators” who will accompany clients during their drug experience have obtained state licenses, authorities said Tuesday. Voters approved the regulated use of psilocybin in Balloting in 2020and expectations have grown over the past … Read more

Fetterman leaves depressed Walter Reed ‘in remission’

HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania (AP) — Pennsylvania Sen. John Fetterman He left Walter Reed National Military Medical Center after six weeks of inpatient treatment for clinical depression, with plans to return to the Senate when the chamber resumes session in mid-April, his office said Friday. In a statement, Fetterman’s office said he returned home to Braddock, in … Read more

Pope Francis leaving the hospital. “He’s still alive,” he jokes

ROME (AP) — A murderous-looking Pope Francis emerged Saturday from a Rome hospital where he was being treated for bronchitis, taunting reporters before his removal that he was “still alive.” Francis, 86, was taken to Gemelli Polyclinic on Wednesday after his weekly audience in St Peter’s Square after experiencing breathing difficulties.. The Vatican said the … Read more

Mexican President to america: Fentanyl is your drawback

On Thursday, the Mexican president stated his nation does no longer produce or devour fentanyl, in spite of overwhelming proof on the contrary. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador seems to painting the unreal opioid epidemic in large part as an American drawback, and has stated america will have to use circle of relatives values ​​to … Read more

‘TIME BOMB’: Sinking holy town in India faces bleak long run

JOSHIMATH, India (AP) — Within a shrine overlooking snow-capped mountains, Hindu clergymen stack spoonfuls of fluffy rice and ghee in a blazing hearth. They closed their eyes and chanted in Sanskrit, hoping that their prayers would someway flip again and save their holy – and drowning – the city. For months, the just about 20,000 … Read more

Buffett touts the advantages of the buyback in his shareholder letter

OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — Critics of inventory buybacks are both “economically illiterate or a silver-language demagogue,” billionaire Warren Buffett stated, or each, and all buyers get pleasure from them so long as they’re made on the proper costs. Buffett used a part of his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway shareholders on Saturday to tout the … Read more