• Blood bath in nightclub USA

    gary November 12, 2017 21:06 Hot Recent News

    In a nightclub in the city of Gary in the state of Indiana, seven people were shot dead on Saturday night on Sunday. An eighth person managed to escape the shooting but hit his flight, the Chicago Tribune writes on his website.

  • Obama in court jury for 17 dollars a day

    chicago November 8, 2017 21:12 Hot Recent News

    Ex-President Barack Obama reported on Wednesday in Chicago to meet his citizen's duty to attend a court jury. Under great interest, Obama entered the Cook County jury at the Daley Center. According to American media, he receives the standard fee of over $ 17 a day.

  • Overvaller shoots in his own penis

    chicago November 7, 2017 13:51 Hot Recent News

    A robbery on a hot dog in Chicago was not quite as planned. 19-year-old Terrion Pouncy entered the case and claimed money from a 39-year-old employee with a drawn gun. When he wanted to flee, he put his gun in his pants, but the firearm went off twice. His thigh and penis were touched.

  • Thick raccoon saved from pit

    chicago November 4, 2017 10:30 Hot Recent News


  • Safeguards get dismissed after plane flight

    chicago October 18, 2017 07:39 Hot Recent News

    The relay around a passenger who was dragged from an airplane this spring, two security officers have cost the head. The airport operator in Chicago also suspected two other security officers, according to American media.

  • Tweet Obama after Charlottesville breaks record

    Tweet Obama after Charlottesville breaks record

    chicago August 16, 2017 11:51 Hot Recent News

    The response given by former President Barack Obama to the racist outbreak in Charlottesville, is now the most valued tweet in the eleven-year existence of the medium. Obama's quote from former South African president Nelson Mandela had already received more than three million 'likes' on Wednesday.

  • Rattenpag harasses Washington

    Rattenpag harasses Washington

    washington August 13, 2017 07:45 Hot Recent News

    The American capital Washington has been plagued by a rat pest since last winter. This is what the head of the Mayor's office reports, Muriel Bowser, based on figures from a distribution company.

  • Chicago lawsuit against Trump

    Chicago lawsuit against Trump

    chicago August 6, 2017 20:09 Hot Recent News

    Chicago goes to court for Donald Trump because Washington wants to punish the city financially for its immigration policy. Mayor Rahm Emanuel of Chicago, a friend of former president Barack Obama, told that Sunday.

  • Discovery train with hazardous substances in USA

    Discovery train with hazardous substances in USA

    hyndman August 3, 2017 06:06 Hot Recent News

    In the US state of Pennsylvania, a freight train with wagons filled with hazardous substances was released on Wednesday. In the village of Hyndman, all inhabitants living within a 800m radius were evacuated. There are no known casualties known to date. Pictures of American media show the burning wagons and houses destroyed by the traced train.

  • Dutch Pokémon safari postponed

    Dutch Pokémon safari postponed

    amstelveen July 31, 2017 11:39 Hot Recent News

    The first Dutch edition of the Pokémon GO Safari Zone is postponed to autumn. Developer Niantic announced on Saturday that the event in the city heart of Amstelveen will not continue on 12 August. Other events in Copenhagen, Prague and Stockholm are also postponed.

  • 1.5 million euros for 'dust bag'

    1.5 million euros for 'dust bag'

    new york July 20, 2017 22:12 Hot Recent News

    A bag of trace of lime dust on Thursday auctioned at Sotheby's in New York 1.5 million euros, less than the 1.7 to 3.4 million euros predicted. Neil Armstrong used the 30 by 21 centimeter bag to collect dust after the first manned landing on the moon in 1969 for further investigation on earth.

  • Small protests at the start of entry ban US

    Small protests at the start of entry ban US

    chicago June 30, 2017 06:00 Hot Recent News

    The entry ban for some of the travelers from six Muslim countries by the United States started Thursday night (local time) without incidents. At many major airports there were a handful of protesters against the government of President Donald Trump. Attorneys also reported at the airports.

  • Fortune for shoes Michael Jordan

    Fortune for shoes Michael Jordan

    chicago June 12, 2017 06:27 Hot Recent News

    A pair of used and signed basketball shoes from American basketball legend Michael Jordan were sold for almost 170,000 euros on auction. It is the highest amount ever for shoes that have already been played in a match.

  • Apollo bag at auction

    Apollo bag at auction

    new york May 20, 2017 08:21 Hot Recent News

    A bag of the Apollo 11 in which material from the moon was taken to earth in 1969 will be auctioned in July and may amount to a little 4 million euros. It is the bag with which American astronaut Neil Armstrong, the first human on earth, took pieces of rock and dust to earth.

  • Amazon supplies groceries in Germany

    Amazon supplies groceries in Germany

    berlin May 4, 2017 21:24 Hot Recent News

    Germans can also order their daily groceries at Amazon. The webshop has a food branch, AmazonFresh, which supplies from Berlin in Berlin and Potsdam from Thursday. AmazonFresh has 85,000 items in the assortment and says that groceries ordered before 12:00 have been delivered before dinner.

  • Snoring employee alarm center suspended

    Snoring employee alarm center suspended

    cleveland May 2, 2017 15:21 Hot Recent News

    An employee of an emergency center in the Cleveland city of Chicago has been suspended because she fell asleep behind the phone. When someone called the emergency number 911 it was possible to hear how they snore. In addition, she appeared to be warned earlier, local station Fox8 reported.

  • United will reduce transfers

    United will reduce transfers

    chicago April 27, 2017 07:30 Hot Recent News

    Airline United Airlines is going to sell fewer tickets per flight. This causes the company to prevent it from getting involved in an incident like earlier this month when a passenger on a transferred flight was removed from the device by hand, causing him to get injured.

  • Big bunny died after flight United Airlines

    Big bunny died after flight United Airlines

    chicago April 26, 2017 06:09 Hot Recent News

    United Airlines is investigating the death of a big rabbit who died after a flight from London to Chicago. The 90 centimeter long rabbit, named Simon, was found dead in the airplane on arrival at Chicago Airport. United had already been negative in the news last week after a passenger was dragged out of a crowded plane.

  • Obama raises interest in youth for politics

    Obama raises interest in youth for politics

    chicago April 24, 2017 19:48 Hot Recent News

    Barack Obama has taken care of his first public performance since his departure as president of the White House. He tried to raise the interest of youth in politics in a discussion meeting at the University of Chicago and to take responsibility for it.

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