Day: September 27, 2019

Epstein’s butler dishes on Paris pad guests including Bill Gates, Steve BannonInteresting News

Epstein’s butler dishes on Paris pad guests including Bill Gates, Steve Bannon

The butler who managed Jeffrey Epstein’s posh Paris pad claims he waited on a rotation of famous faces including Prince
China’s ‘super camera’ can instantly pinpoint specific targets among tens of thousands of peopleBig Brother

China’s ‘super camera’ can instantly pinpoint specific targets among tens of thousands of people

Scientists have unveiled a 500 megapixel cloud camera system in China that they say is capable of capturing the facial
Trump impeachment inquiry: Whistleblower ‘is CIA officer’Interesting News

Trump impeachment inquiry: Whistleblower ‘is CIA officer’

The whistleblower whose complaint has led to an impeachment inquiry against Donald Trump is a CIA officer, US media report.
Artists & designers are coming up with novel ways to stay private in publicInteresting News

Artists & designers are coming up with novel ways to stay private in public

As top designers wrapped up London Fashion Week and made their way to Paris to grab the world’s attention with
Theaters Banning Costumes/Face Paint For ‘Joker’ MovieInteresting News

Theaters Banning Costumes/Face Paint For ‘Joker’ Movie

If you’re looking to dress up as your favorite Batman villain next weekend, you may need to double-check which theater
The Website Alleging GE Accounting Fraud Just DisappearedInteresting News

The Website Alleging GE Accounting Fraud Just Disappeared

The website gefraud.com, started by forensic accountant Harry Markopolos, appears to be gone. This was the site where interested stakeholders
Jeffrey Epstein model agent pal Jean-Luc Brunel found in South AmericaMore News

Jeffrey Epstein model agent pal Jean-Luc Brunel found in South America

The modeling agent accused of scouting young women for Jeffrey Epstein has been located in South America, according to new
Japan Airlines seat map helps avoid screaming babiesMore News

Japan Airlines seat map helps avoid screaming babies

Japan Airlines has introduced a feature on its seat booking system that shows where young children are seated. A “child”
Trump warns again that the stock market would crash if he is impeachedEconomy & Money

Trump warns again that the stock market would crash if he is impeached

President Donald Trump warned in a tweet Thursday amid the Ukraine whistleblower inquiry that the stock market would melt down
Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revoltInteresting News

Health fears prompt Swiss 5G revolt

Switzerland was among the first countries to begin deploying 5G, but health fears over radiation from the antennas that carry
Who is Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi ?Random News

Who is Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi ?

What do we know about Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi? The millionaire property developer is reported to be the new love of
Premium teabags leak billions of particles – studyFood & Health News

Premium teabags leak billions of particles – study

Some premium tea bags might be leaving billions of microscopic plastic particles in your cup, new research suggests. Canadian researchers
ADL adds ‘OK’ hand symbol to online database of ‘hate symbols’Random News

ADL adds ‘OK’ hand symbol to online database of ‘hate symbols’

The Anti-Defamation League has added the thumb-and-forefinger “OK” hand symbol to its online “Hate on Display” database, where it sits
Germany: Death Of Pregnant Mother  Due To POISONED Glucose-TestFood & Health News

Germany: Death Of Pregnant Mother Due To POISONED Glucose-Test

Pharmacies in the German city of Cologne have been shuttered pending a major probe, after a pregnant mother and her
Prehistoric babies fed animal milk in bottlesFood & Health News

Prehistoric babies fed animal milk in bottles

Prehistoric babies were bottle-fed with animal milk more than 3,000 years ago, according to new evidence. Archaeologists found traces of
Stasi files: German plan to transfer files sparks concernRandom News

Stasi files: German plan to transfer files sparks concern

Germany’s parliament has voted to transfer the secret files of the Stasi, the intelligence service in communist East Germany, to
New York Met museum returns stolen ancient Egyptian coffinThe Unknown

New York Met museum returns stolen ancient Egyptian coffin

US authorities have returned a stolen coffin to Egypt, two years after it was acquired by the Metropolitan Museum of
Saudi Arabia to open up to foreign tourists with new visasRandom News

Saudi Arabia to open up to foreign tourists with new visas

Saudi Arabia will open its doors to international tourists for the first time as part of a broader push to