Australia agrees to increased U.S. air deployments after sub deal

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Australia and the United States announced expanded military cooperation on Thursday, including rotational deployments of all types of U.S. military aircraft to Australia, a day after announcing a submarine deal denounced by China as intensifying a regional arms race. hereAustralian Minister of Defense Peter Dutton, poses for a group photograph with Australian… Continue reading Australia agrees to increased U.S. air deployments after sub deal

The U.K. Post Office to Facilitate Bitcoin (BTC) Purchases on Swarm Markets

The U.K. Post Office has announced it will offer BTC and other cryptocurrencies via its EasyID app starting next week. The mobile app typically serves as a means for users to verify their age and identity while accessing online services.  Opening Up DeFi to More Folks Now, U.K residents will be able to purchase crypto… Continue reading The U.K. Post Office to Facilitate Bitcoin (BTC) Purchases on Swarm Markets

Marines post photo of flag-draped caskets after Kabul airport bombing

‘Gone, but never forgotten’: Poignant photo emerges of flag-draped caskets carrying bodies of the 13 US troops before their transfer to Dover Air Base The Marine Corps posted a photo to Twitter of the flag-draped caskets of their fallen brethren killed in Thursday’s suicide bomb attack in Kabul that claimed the lives of 170 people,… Continue reading Marines post photo of flag-draped caskets after Kabul airport bombing

Markie Post dead – Actress, 70, who starred in 'Night Court', 'The Fall Guy and Hearts Afire' dies after cancer battle

FALL Guy actress Markie Post, 70, has died after a lengthy battle with cancer, says her manager. Fans have been paying tribute to the star, who was also on CHiPs, Barnaby Jones, The Incredible Hulk, The Lazarus Syndrome, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, and Hart to Hart. Post also appeared regularly on NBC’s Night… Continue reading Markie Post dead – Actress, 70, who starred in 'Night Court', 'The Fall Guy and Hearts Afire' dies after cancer battle

Southwest, American post 2Q profits as air travel picks up

More On: airlines Reports of unruly US airline passengers up 500% this year FAA orders checks on all Boeing 737 planes over possible safety issue Legal battle escalates between air taxi startup Wisk and rival Archer Lufthansa airline adopts gender-neutral ‘guests’ greeting American Airlines and Southwest Airlines both posted second-quarter profits on Thursday thanks to… Continue reading Southwest, American post 2Q profits as air travel picks up

NY Post Editorial Board: Social media again silences The Post for reporting the news

Will Cain: Facebook shows ‘stunning hypocrisy’ blocking story on BLM leader <br> Once more unto the breach. On Thursday, Facebook decided its users should not be able to share a New York Post article about the property buying habits of one of the founders of Black Lives Matter. This is the third time we’ve tangled with social… Continue reading NY Post Editorial Board: Social media again silences The Post for reporting the news

Post Consumer Brands to repay shoppers for black-market Grape-Nuts purchases

More On: cereal Man claims to discover shrimp tails in Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal Magically malicious: Man busted smuggling cocaine in Lucky Charms B&G Foods to remove black Cream of Wheat chef from packaging Lucky Charms is selling their Just Magical Marshmallows and leaving out the cereal Feeling buyer’s remorse for that $100 box of… Continue reading Post Consumer Brands to repay shoppers for black-market Grape-Nuts purchases

Hackers post racist and offensive messages to Blockfolio users

Some Blockfolio users received shocking messages from the app on Tuesday in what has now been confirmed as a breach of the platform’s signal feed. The hackers responsible for the breach sent racist and offensive messages, threatening them to withdraw their funds or risk losing their deposits. Responding to the matter, Blockfolio released a tweet… Continue reading Hackers post racist and offensive messages to Blockfolio users

Gutfeld on the Washington Post saying Trump shouldn't have a presidential library

Gutfeld on The Washington Post saying Trump shouldn’t have a presidential library ‘The Five’ co-host relives four years of Trump smears by mainstream media The Washington Post has made a surprising suggestion — Donald Trump deserves no presidential library. I could list the reasons why, or you could just look them up in Trump’s presidential library…but,… Continue reading Gutfeld on the Washington Post saying Trump shouldn't have a presidential library

NY Post Editorial Board: China’s deadly COVID cover-up was worse than we thought

COVID-19 did not need to be a global pandemic: China expert A new report finds China censored and suppressed alarming information on the severity of COVID-19 in the early days of the virus; Gordon Chang, author of ‘The Coming Collapse of China,’ reacts.  Fresh evidence published jointly by The New York Times and ProPublica confirms that Beijing… Continue reading NY Post Editorial Board: China’s deadly COVID cover-up was worse than we thought

NY Post Editorial Board: Portland's rage-addicted radicals don't care about facts, just excuse to riot

Portland mayor ripped for allowing ‘Red House’ autonomous zone Retired Marine Gabriel Johnson reacts to the latest outrage from Oregon. The family whose imminent eviction inspired Portland protesters to create a new armed “autonomous zone” turns out to be living in another home they own nearby. Could there be a better sign of the hollowness of the… Continue reading NY Post Editorial Board: Portland's rage-addicted radicals don't care about facts, just excuse to riot

U.S. judge orders 'extraordinary measures' to ensure ballot deliveries

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A federal judge on Friday ordered the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) to adopt “extraordinary measures” at some processing locations to ensure the timely delivery of millions of ballots before Tuesday’s presidential election.A woman walks to cast her ballot during early voting in Phoenix, Arizona U.S., October 30, 2020. REUTERS/Edgard GarridoU.S. District Judge… Continue reading U.S. judge orders 'extraordinary measures' to ensure ballot deliveries

Post Office to lose 600 cash machines as owner withdraws

The Post Office says it is to ditch almost a third of its free-to-use cash machines but invest £16m to protect and upgrade the rest of its network. The 2,000 ATMs it currently has are owned and operated by Bank of Ireland, which is withdrawing from the business. The Post Office said that under a… Continue reading Post Office to lose 600 cash machines as owner withdraws

U.S. Postal Service returns 137 mail processing machines to service

FILE PHOTO: A sample ballot is inserted into a New York State Secure Ballot Dropbox as State and City legislators held a rally for their new legislation that would to allow local Boards of Elections to establish absentee ballot drop box locations across the state, in New York City, New York, U.S., August 31, 2020.… Continue reading U.S. Postal Service returns 137 mail processing machines to service

Ninety Democrats call on Postal Board to remove DeJoy: letter

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A group of 90 Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday called on the Postal Service’s board of governors to immediately remove Postmaster General Louis DeJoy “to protect this critical institution,” according to a letter seen by Reuters. The letter, signed by Democrats including David Cicilline, Karen Bass, Mark Pocan,… Continue reading Ninety Democrats call on Postal Board to remove DeJoy: letter

States to take Trump administration to court over postal changes

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Several Democratic state attorneys general said on Tuesday they will announce legal action against President Donald Trump’s administration over Postal Service changes that may affect mail-in voting in the November U.S. presidential election. The attorneys general for Washington state and Pennsylvania were due to announce legal action at 1 p.m. (1700 GMT).… Continue reading States to take Trump administration to court over postal changes

Democrats step up pressure on postal service cuts ahead of election

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Democrats on Sunday stepped up their efforts to rein in a cost-cutting campaign by President Donald Trump’s appointed postmaster general that has stoked fears about holding up mail-in ballots ahead of the November election. Top Democrats in Congress called on Postmaster General Louis DeJoy and another top postal official to testify… Continue reading Democrats step up pressure on postal service cuts ahead of election

Cuomo blames NY Post for rising COVID-19 rates in Florida and Arizona

Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Sunday blamed The Post for Florida and Arizona’s surging coronavirus cases. “The Wall Street Journal, New York Post — they continue to beat a horse that is dead: ‘We should reopen the economy faster in New York,’ ‘The infection rate is low; re-open faster,’” Cuomo ranted to reporters during an early-morning… Continue reading Cuomo blames NY Post for rising COVID-19 rates in Florida and Arizona

Doctors post bikini selfies in backlash against 'sexist' study

Doctors post bikini selfies in backlash against ‘sexist’ study by male researchers that claims medics look ‘unprofessional’ by sharing images on social media  Medics have been flooding social media with snaps of themselves in their swimwear, lounging in pools and enjoying a cocktail or a beer  The hashtag #MedBikini has been circulating as doctors hit… Continue reading Doctors post bikini selfies in backlash against 'sexist' study

Retailers post 'steep drop' in sales as they plunge by 37%

Retailers post ‘steep drop’ in sales as they plunge by 37% in the year to June amid coronavirus lockdown while growth in internet purchases rose at fastest rate since 2018 Non-essential shops have now been given the green light to cautiously reopen  But retailers remain pessimistic after reporting a 37 per cent slump for June… Continue reading Retailers post 'steep drop' in sales as they plunge by 37%

NYC real estate looks for post-coronavirus comeback

Big cities expected to face ugly economic recovery: Charlie Hurt The Washington Times opinion editor and Fox News contributor Charlie Hurt explains why major U.S. cities are facing fiscal concerns as city dwellers are fleeing to the suburbs. Phase 2 of the reopening for New York City began Monday. Continue Reading Below Restaurants are allowed to… Continue reading NYC real estate looks for post-coronavirus comeback

Crypto Experts Speak: The Post-Pandemic Market Scenario ⋆ ZyCrypto

The spread of the coronavirus has stalled many countries’ economies, including that of the United States. Lockdowns have seen businesses close and owners incur losses. Millions of people no longer earn a stable income due to the closing of their respective work stations.  While the economic crisis heats up, governments are printing trillions to inject… Continue reading Crypto Experts Speak: The Post-Pandemic Market Scenario ⋆ ZyCrypto

Post Premium: Our best stories for the week of April 20-26

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, a coalition of Colorado journalists already had been discussing ways to better serve the public by collaborating and sharing stories. Sunday’s 1A story (also featured prominently on our website) is an early result of that effort. On April 16, reporters from 22 news outlets set out to record what a… Continue reading Post Premium: Our best stories for the week of April 20-26