Crisis!News
  • UPDATE: Hodgkinson, 66, from in Belleville, Illinois has died of injuries.
  • An underground railroad tunnel at the Hanford Nuclear site, in Washington, collapsed, which contained contaminated materials. There is no indication of a release of nuclear materials at this time.
  • Steve Stephens shot and killed Robert Godwin Sr. in a shooting Easter Sunday. Stephens broadcast the shooting on Facebook Live.
  • All the big players are bracing for possible action with North Korea.
  • The Environmental Protection Agency is telling residents in the West Calumet Housing Complex, in East Chicago, their water is contaminated by lead.
  • Multiple victims in North Park Elementary shooting, in San Bernardino, CA, are being reported by local authorities as a murder-suicide.
  • All parties are blaming one another for the impending water crisis in Gaza.
  • US President Trump ordered a retaliatory strike against the Syrian air base from which the chemical weapon attack was launched.
  • The world today is seeing a large number of large crisis: chemical bombings, suicide bombings, tornadoes and more.
  • Cyclone Debbie is strengthening as it approaches landfall, which is expected later Monday.
  • Cincinnati's eastside Cameo nightclub was the scene of an early SUnday morning shooting that injured 14.
  • India is seeing deep water shortages; exploding populations, severe pollution and climate change are all making the shortage even worse.
  • After injuring pedestrians on Westminster Bridge, a man stabbed and shot a police officer outside England's Parliament. The man was shot and killed.
  • Local, State and Federal authorities and experts are helping everyone prepare for this year's severe weather.
  • According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control, the suicide rate has been increasing since 2000. Rates in less urban areas have been higher than rates in more urban areas, with some evidence of a growing difference.
  • America's infrastructure just received a "D+" from the American Society of Civil Engineers, and the President has committed $1 trillion to fix it all.
  • Puerto Rico is mired in crisis-level debt.
  • Yemen, South Sudan, Somalia and northeast Nigeria are all suffering from catastrophic issues that have put more than 20 million people at great risk.
  • As scavengers, Bald Eagles are eating lead gun shot in their food, and it's killing them.
  • CIA cyber tools were exposed publicly by Wikileaks. The CIA knew.  Tech companies scramble.
Wednesday, August 5, 2020
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