With the US logistical economy still overheating thanks to the trillions in fiscal stimulus, incoming cargo to the Port of Los Angeles is surging as businesses restock depleted inventories and retailers prepare for an early holiday season, the executive director for the nation’s busiest seaport told Reuters.
Workers unloaded 471,795 20-foot equivalent units (TEU) of imports in September, 17% more than the year earlier, just shy of the August record high, and marking the second month of robust import gains at the top gateway for US trade with China. That trend has carried into October, said Gene Seroka, executive director of the Port of Los Angeles, where there are now 16 vessels docked and 10 at anchor with cargo waiting to be unloaded. Continue reading “Port Of Los Angeles Struggles With Surge Of Unscheduled Ships”
A group of Filipino teachers have found a creative way to help children of indigenous communities living in remote mountains north of Manila catch up on their studies under the new norms of pandemic restrictions.
Using old bookshelves and used wooden boards, the teachers built a makeshift learning center complete with a large monitor — all of which can fit on top of rickshaw and travel between rugged mountain village roads in the mostly rural province of Pampanga. Continue reading “Filipino teachers bring classrooms to isolated villages via traveling-school rickshaw”
The biggest World War Two bomb ever found in Poland exploded underwater on Tuesday as navy divers tried to defuse it.
More than 750 people had been evacuated from the area near the Piast Canal outside the town of Swinoujscie where the Tallboy bomb used by Britain’s Royal Air Force (RAF) was found. It weighed nearly 5,400 kg, including 2,400 kg of explosive. Continue reading “Biggest World War Two bomb found in Poland explodes while being defused”
The foundation of the election system in the United States is based on bribery, says former Senator Mike Gravel from Alaska.
Gravel made the remarks during Press TV’s The Debate program on Wednesday, commenting on the first presidential debate between Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. Continue reading “US election system based on bribery: Former Senator Gravel”
I think it’s noteworthy when one looks at Friedman’s comments that Thomas Friedman, Adam Schiff, and Anderson Cooper, CNN are all Jewish and that gets into the bigger issue on this story.
As a matter of fact, when you start talking about democracy, any semblance of democracy in this country died on November 22nd, 1963 when the Meyer Lansky Ben-Gurion assassination plot against JFK proved to be successful. And of course, it is widely known through such publications as what Lawrence Gaynor has published on this, the UNS review and what Michael Collins Piper said about this in his book ‘Final Judgment’ that the Israeli Mossad and Ben-Gurion played a major role in the assassination of JFK in conjunction with James Jesus Angleton of the anti-Castro Cuban exiles, and that this is the actual center of this plot, which has led to the demise of the fortunes of the United States ever since. You’ll not hear Friedman, Schiff, or Anderson Cooper or CNN talking about any of this. Continue reading “US Deep State, Democrats, Cindy McCain setting up circumstances for civil war”
US President Donald Trump paid $750 in federal income taxes the year he won the presidency and zero income taxes in ten of the previous 15 years, a new report reveals.
“In his first year in the White House, he paid another $750,” said The New York Times in a report on Sunday. “As the president wages a re-election campaign that polls say he is in danger of losing, his finances are under stress, beset by losses and hundreds of millions of dollars in debt coming due that he has personally guaranteed.” Continue reading “Trump reportedly paid $750 in federal income taxes in 2016, zero in 10 previous years”
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The top communications official at the US Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) has suggested that supporters of US President Donald Trump should “buy ammunition” ahead of the 2020 election.
HHS assistant secretary for public affairs Michael Caputo made the comments in a Facebook Live video on Sunday, The New York Times reported. Continue reading “Official urges Trump supporters to ‘buy ammunition’ for use against ‘hit squads being trained all over” US”
Events are scheduled across the United States to mark 19 years since the September 11 attacks, which killed almost 3,000 people in New York, and led the US to launch its so-called war on terror across the globe.
Thousands of people will gather for rallies in large US cities, including New York City, Washington DC, Shanksville and Pennsylvania on Friday to remember the victims of the attacks, which occurred when hijacked jetliners crashed into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Continue reading “US set to mark anniversary of 9/11 attacks amid Trump Saudi cover-up”
The goal of President Donald Trump’s executive memorandum on payroll tax deferral is to get more money into the pockets of Americans this year. But the move also means those same workers will get smaller paychecks for the first four months in 2021, according to new guidance on how to implement the deferral.
On Friday, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and Treasury Department told employers that they would be liable to pay back what they defer from their employees’ paychecks under the executive memo, so workers won’t face a huge tax bill when they file their 2020 federal returns. Continue reading “Workers will see smaller paychecks next year under Trump’s payroll tax deferral”
In early May, Shalika Madan, who worked in a law firm in the Indian capital, Delhi, received a call from her office and was told that she was being laid off.
Ms Madan, a 38-year-old single mother of a son with special needs, had spent more than two years with the firm. A grinding lockdown to prevent the spread of coronavirus had shut down life and business in the capital. Continue reading “India coronavirus: Young bearing the brunt of sweeping job losses”