Here are a look of some of today ‘top headlines.
Following Amy Coney Barrett’s opening statement yesterday, the committee adjourned until today for a round of questioning expected to begin at 9:00 a.m. ET. Barrett will be grilled by Senate Judiciary Committee members over the course of today and Wednesday. Senators have the option of appearing and questioning the witness in person or remotely.
President Donald Trump revived his public criticism of Dr. Anthony Fauci Tuesday morning, continuing his efforts to undermine the infectious disease expert even as the doctor said he’s not going to bow to pressure.
US rapper Kanye West has joined a growing list of international celebrities speaking out in support of large protests against police brutality in Nigeria.
Cristiano Ronaldo has tested positive for coronavirus, the Portuguese Football Federation said in a statement Tuesday.
Apple’s 5G smartphone lineup is finally here.
A strong comeback in 2021 is needed to help the global economy heal from the coronavirus pandemic. But the International Monetary Fund is downgrading its forecasts for next year, and warning of a long, slow recovery that will stoke poverty and damage growth.
Megan Thee Stallion makes her living having a way with words and she’s got some strong ones in a New York Times opinion piece published Tuesday.
If you thought removing the headphone jack was courageous, wait until you hear what Apple has in store for you now. At Tuesday’s pre-recorded Apple event, various company execs touted all the exciting new features coming with the various iPhone 12s. One such feature, it would seem, enables Apple to give you less with your purchase.
Apple has finally unveiled its highly anticipated iPhones: the iPhone 12 Pro and the iPhone 12 Pro Max. The new devices packs a few upgrades including 5G connectivity and a new stainless steel, flat-edge design. The new iPhone 12 Pro line will be available in gold, silver, graphite, and an all-new pacific blue option.
For the last four years, millions of women have lived in a perpetual state of rage. In November 2016, they watched reality TV star Donald Trump defeat Hillary Clinton, even after the public heard him admit that he assaults women he finds attractive.
For 2020 Veteran’s Day, Netflix is lining up a new WWII TV series – an animated adaption of Alex Kershaw’s non-fiction book The Liberator: One World War II Soldier’s 500-Day Odyssey from the Beaches of Sicily to the Gates of Dachau.