More than 74 MILLION Americans are living in areas of drought – and experts warn it could worsen

Crops die and wildfires risk increases as almost 50% of the US and 74 million people experience drought – and experts warn conditions are only going to get worse Approximately 44% of the US in experiencing some level of drought  Arizona, Utah, Nevada, Colorado and California are ‘severe to exceptional’ These stats had experiencing major droughts … Read more

Personal trainer, 23, is slammed for telling people her age to stop watching Netflix

A fitness trainer has been branded ‘arrogant’ and ‘judgmental’ after shaming other people her age for eating fast food, watching Netflix and ‘living day by day’ – while gloating that she has started her own business and goes to the gym daily.   Mackenzie Smith, 23, from Phoenix, Arizona, claims to be able to teach people … Read more

Arizona drops all COVID restrictions and opens vaccines to people 16 and up

Arizona is dropping all of its remaining restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19 and opening vaccine eligibility to all residents 16 and older, Governor Doug Ducey said.  ‘In Arizona, we never did a shutdown, so it’s impossible to have a grand reopening,’ he said.  ‘Instead, we are continuing to take reasonable, safe and sensible … Read more

Doctor warns patients with serious illnesses are avoiding going to the hospital due to fear of COVID

Dr Joseph Alpert (pictured), a professor of medicine at the University of Arizona Sarver Heart Center, wrote that, last year, one-third of non-COVID patients were being consulted about hospice care compared to the usual one patient A doctor is warning that Americans with serious illnesses are dying due to fear of contracting COVID-19. Dr Joseph … Read more

Mysterious blobs of dense rock could be remnants of the ancient planet Theia, study finds 

Blobs of rock lurking deep inside the planet could be the last remaining pieces of Theia, an early world that collided with Earth billions of years ago, a new study claims. The moon is thought to have formed from a ‘giant impact’ early in the evolution of the solar system when a Mars-sized planet called Theia collided … Read more

Two women start massive brawl on American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Phoenix

Two women start massive brawl on American Airlines flight from Los Angeles to Phoenix after arguing about who would get to deplane first Fight broke out between two American Airline passenger waiting to deplane from their flight to Phoenix, Arizona, from LAX on Sunday  Multiple people who shared videos noted that they almost missed their … Read more

Arizona bride Kay shares picture of wedding dress because fiancé isn’t on Twitter

Bride-to-be shares picture of her wedding dress because her fiancé isn’t on social media – but she gets flooded with sleazy messages from men Bride-to-be shared a picture of herself wearing wedding dress on Twitter Kay, from Chandler, Arizona, said her fiancé isn’t on social media  But after sharing her photo, she was inundated with messages from … Read more

How the coronavirus pandemic almost didn’t happen

The coronavirus outbreak made its way across the globe due to a ‘perfect storm’ of conditions and almost didn’t happen, a new study has found.  Scientists at the University of Arizona have discovered that the virus quickly spread within China due to the cramped conditions of the Huanan seafood market in Wuhan and a ‘lucky break … Read more

Joe Biden accidentally Kamala ‘President Harris’ during White House vaccine speech

President Biden referred to Kamala Harris as ‘President Harris’ when he misspoke in a speech on Thursday offering updates on the vaccination program. ‘When President Harris and I took …’ Biden said, before taking a moment to pause, ‘a virtual tour of a vaccination site in Arizona not long ago, one of the nurses on that … Read more

Interstellar visitor Oumuamua is NOT an alien craft but a chunk from a Pluto-like exoplanet

Earth’s first interstellar visitor is neither an alien aircraft nor a comet, as some scientists previously speculated when whizzed through our Solar System in 2017. A new study from Arizona State University suggests Oumuamua is nothing more than a chunk from a Pluto-like planet that was blasted off from its home some 400 million years … Read more