New Zealand votes to legalise euthanasia in referendum

Ms Ardern supported the right-to-die bill, saying last year she reluctantly agreed to the referendum because it was the only way to advance the legislation. She was coy during the election campaign about her stance on recreational cannabis, although she did admit to smoking marijuana “a long time ago”. Ms Ardern’s office confirmed on Friday…

Trump says he may swear in Amy Coney Barrett tonight after Senate vote

President Trump on Monday said that the White House is preparing for a “very nice event” to swear in Amy Coney Barrett as a Supreme Court justice. Barrett is all but guaranteed confirmation by the Republican-held Senate on Monday evening. It’s unclear when exactly the subsequent White House event will happen. “We’re going to see…

Sean Emmett and his third wife attend inquest into death of second

The moment the terrified third wife of Superbike champion Sean Emmett called the police after he hit her was relived today at the inquest into his second wife’s death. Mr Emmett, 50, walked alongside current wife Lana Saoud, 29, as he prepared to give his version of events about the night Abigail Elson, 27, died…

Class-action lawsuit filed for Canadians impacted by Salmonella outbreak

TORONTO — A class-action lawsuit is looking to compensate Canadians impacted by a large Salmonella outbreak that happened over the summer. The lawsuit alleges the outbreak was caused by contaminated onions from a California-based food production company, Thomson International Inc.  Onions were distributed to wholesalers, restaurants and retail stores throughout Canada and the U.S. They…

North Korea will mobilize nuclear force if threatened

North Korea’s Kim Jong Un couldn’t hold back the tears while giving an emotional address during a massive military parade held in the predawn Saturday to mark the 75th anniversary of the country’s founding. The portly despot began blubbering when he thanked the “great people” of North Korea for “zero” cases of COVID-19. “I wish…