close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for April 18 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Two passengers are suing a major airline for an experience one of their lawyers referred to as "terror" that "lasts a lifetime." Earlier this year, a United Airlines flight suffered from engine failure after taking off from Denver. While the plane landed safely, the engine was apparently damaged badly enough that it reportedly dropped debris over northern Colorado. At the time of the incident in late February, Fox News reported that one of the plane's engines caught fire shortly after takeoff. (iStock) Separate lawsuits were filed by Joseph McGinley and Jonathan Strawn over the incident, Yahoo News reports. Both men were reportedly passengers on the flight and say that they have suffered personal, emotional and financial injuries as a result of their experiences. BLOCKING MIDDLE SEATS ON … [Read more...] about Passengers sue United Airlines after engine catches fire after takeoff: report
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Brexit leader Nigel Farage has slammed the “inhuman” coronavirus rules which saw the Queen, 94, left sitting masked and alone at the funeral of her husband of 73 years. The Queen, who along with her late husband Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, was vaccinated against the Chinese virus all the way back in January, was following social distancing rules for funerals imposed on the rest of England by Boris Johnson’s administration. “So desperately sad to see the Queen sat alone during the funeral service,” wrote former UKIP, Brexit Party, and Reform UK party leader Farage on social media. “These Covid rules are inhuman.” So desperately sad to see the Queen sat alone during the funeral service. These Covid rules are inhuman. — Nigel Farage (@Nigel_Farage) April 17, 2021 Just 30 people attended the funeral of the Duke, Britain’s longest-serving consort, in a substantial reduction from the 800 who had originally been planned — although a substantial number of Armed … [Read more...] about Farage: ‘Desperately Sad’ to See Queen Alone at Funeral Due to ‘Inhuman’ Covid Rules
close Video Evidence of race indoctrination in Virginia classrooms is clear, Loudoun County parent says Loudoun County parent Scott Mineo, who runs Parents Against Critical Theory, shares what he's uncovered on 'Fox & Friends.' An Advanced Placement Government teacher in Loudoun County, Virginia is speaking out about what she calls "Marxist" ideas that have prompted intense infighting among county residents. "We're told that we're living in a county that's suffering from systemic racism and I think that that whole notion has done nothing but damage our community and our school since they began pushing equity," teacher Monica Gill told Fox News this week. She added that teachers were told to "disrupt and dismantle this systemic racism. And I can tell you, one thing that's for sure, it has been disruptive because there are parents who disagree with this ideology, there are teachers who disagree with it, there are students who disagree with it … [Read more...] about Virginia teacher says critical race theory has damaged community as frustrated parents demand changes
Ninety-two senators voted last week to advance an Asian American hate crimes bill. But its passage likely depends on Democrats agreeing to soften language that Republicans say ties hate crimes too narrowly to the characterization of COVID-19 as the “China virus.” Even Republicans who voted to advance the hate crimes legislation sponsored by Sen. Mazie Hirono Mazie Keiko Hirono Anti-Asian hate crimes bill overcomes first Senate hurdle Biden to tap Erika Moritsugu as new Asian American and Pacific Islander liaison The Hill's Morning Report - Presented by Tax March - US vaccine effort takes hit with Johnson & Johnson pause MORE (D-Hawaii) see it as a jab at President Trump Donald Trump DC goes to the dogs — Major and Champ, that is Biden on refugee cap: 'We couldn't do two things at once' Taylor Greene defends 'America First' effort, pushes back on critics MORE . The bill links his characterization of COVID-19 as the “China virus” to … [Read more...] about Trump looms over Senate’s anti-Asian hate crimes battle
When comparing COVID-19 media coverage across countries, the U.S. stands out. Among U.S. major media coverage, a staggering 87 percent of COVID-related articles are negative in tone, versus 50 percent for major media outlets in other English-speaking countries, according to our recent research . The negativity of the U.S. major media is also a serious outlier when compared to local and regional U.S. sources, or to scientific and medical journals. Only 53 percent of stories from U.S. sources outside the major media are negative in tone and 64 percent of the COVID-19 related articles in scientific and medical journals are negative. This pattern is pronounced even in coronavirus topics where there is good news to report. In February 2020, the Oxford Daily Mail ran a story that Professor Sarah Gilbert and her Oxford colleagues were working on a COVID vaccine and that the team was optimistic that vaccine would be ready by the fall. American major media outlets didn’t cover this … [Read more...] about Is there any good news in the fight against COVID-19?