49 people have been killed and 42 wounded in mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand on Thursday. Three people are in custody in connection to the shootings, police confirm. **Follow all of the events on the Breitbart News Live Wire below. All times in eastern.**5:01 PM — (AP) — A man who can’t find out information about what happened to his father and two brothers in one of the New Zealand mosques that were attacked has pushed through police barricades in an effort to get closer. A police officer stopped Ash Mohammed, who told the officer “we just want to know if they are dead or alive.” Mohammed said Saturday that he has repeatedly called cellphones for his relatives that rang unanswered and then appeared to have run out of battery power. He says he has not heard from his father and brother since Friday, when they went to the mosque. Mohammed says he had planned to join them for prayers but did not because an appointment … [Read more...] about **LIVE UPDATES** Mass Shootings at Mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By David Bauer Associated Press November 26, 2018 NEW YORK — The streaming service Fox Nation, which launches Tuesday, is aimed at people who don’t think Fox News Channel offers enough opinion.Fox is becoming the latest television news operation to stake out digital turf. Rather than an attempt to seek out young cord-cutters, Fox Nation is a subscription-based service designed to complement Fox News Channel.The bulk of its original offerings will post between 9 a.m. and the TV prime-time hours. While Fox Nation will offer video on demand at all hours, the intent is not to compete with FNC’s most popular opinion-based programs ‘‘Fox & Friends’’ and the evening lineup with Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingraham. Advertisement ‘‘With our massively loyal, dedicated fan base, it gives us an … [Read more...] about Fox News’ new online service targets viewers who want more opinion
Nov 15, 3:14 AM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury National By Vaishnavi Vaidyanathan 11/15/18 AT 2:14 AM Officials confirmed an outbreak of norovirus at a shelter housing wildfire evacuees in Chico, the main city near Paradise, California, on Wednesday evening. Another outbreak is suspected at a second shelter.Lisa Almaguer, the public information officer for the Butte County Department of Public Health said lab tests confirmed the outbreak at Neighborhood Church where about 170 evacuees were staying.Fifteen to 20 of them have fallen ill and are being treated at the shelter away from the other evacuees.“They have separate restroom facilities and they are being cared for by public health nurses,” Almaguer said, Mercury News reported. “Norovirus is not uncommon, especially this time of year, and it’s especially not uncommon for a shelter situation where you have hundreds of people living in very … [Read more...] about Camp Fire Containment At 35%, Norovirus Outbreak At Chico Evacuation Shelter
Fox News host Tucker Carlson admitted Tuesday, in a rare moment of non-partisanship, that he actually agreed on something with Democratic Congresswoman-elect Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez.Carlson said it was “hard to argue with” the progressive newcomer’s criticism of e-commerce giant Amazon, which has received $2 billion in tax incentives in exchange for locating its two new headquarters in Long Island City, New York, and Arlington, Virginia. 28 PHOTOS Tucker Carlson through the years See Gallery Tucker Carlson through the years Tucker Carlson of the Weekly Standard during a CNN National Town Meeting on the Media discussing coverage of the White House sex scandal, Arlington, Virginia, January 28, 1998. (Photo by Richard Ellis/Getty Images) Tucker Carlson at The Creative Coalitions' 'Freedon of the Press During Wartime' panel discussion at Chadwick Restaurant in Beverly Hills, Ca. Thursday, June 20, 2002. Photo by Kevin Winter/ImageDirect Carl … [Read more...] about “Hate to admit it but Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has a very good point,” the Fox News host said.
A NURSE has relived the moment she escaped a burning car and thought she was "going to die" after fleeing a hospital in California's deadly wildfire. Nichole Jolly, whose trousers ignited while she fled to safety, works at the Feather River Hospital in the town of Paradise. Flames fanned by strong winds soon engulfed the area and is thought to have killed at least 31 people. Mrs Jolly and other nurses had been helping the hospital's 60 patients evacuate the hospital before they were told to drive to a nearby road which was deemed to be safe. She told ABC 7 News: "So we went down the road and my car got completely engulfed in flames. The cab filled up with smoke." "I called my husband and I said 'I think I'm going to die, I love you, tell the kids I love them.'" California wildfires - More than 30 dead as Camp Fire and Woolsey Fire become deadliest blazes in state's history The nurse, who lives in Paradise Lakes in Magalia, California, added: "He told me 'don't die, run'." … [Read more...] about California wildfire hero nurse who caught alight reveals miracle escape driving through inferno after helping 60 patients flee hospital