close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for May 7 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. SOHAG, Egypt – Countries worldwide wrestling with new coronavirus surges are trying to ensure they aren’t hit by an India -style disaster. They face many of the same risks, including large populations that have shirked restrictions and fragile health systems shaken under the strain. In a province along the Nile in southern Egypt, hospitals have been flooded with COVID-19 patients, a main hot spot in a third spike swelling across the country. Doctors in Sohag province warn the health system there could collapse, even as the government rushes in new supplies. "My estimate is that there is no family in Sohag that does not have a corona case," said Dr. Mahmoud Fahmy Mansour, head of the province's doctors’ union. "We lost five physicians in one week." WHY INDIA'S CORONAVIRUS SITUATION IS SO BAD, ACCORDING TO … [Read more...] about India coronavirus disaster hangs over countries facing surge
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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — With an increase of 20% in cases within the city of Los Angeles and 11 new deaths reported in Los Angeles County, Mayor Eric Garcetti Wednesday announced that all Angelenos should begin wearing non-medical face coverings while in public. “Some of the places with slower rates of spread from the Czech Republic to Taiwan and South Korea are reminders that tackling coronavirus depends on not spreading respiratory droplets,” Garcetti said. READ MORE: Martin Luther King Jr. Had Strong Relationship With LA During Civil Rights Movement Garcetti stressed that medical-grade face coverings — such as N95 and surgical masks — should not be worn by the general public or essential workers who are not in the medical field. Those non-medical workers and the general public should instead wear homemade or cloth face coverings that prevent the spread of respiratory droplets, though that does not mean people can begin ignoring social distancing guidelines. “To be clear, … [Read more...] about Garcetti: Angelenos Should Wear Face Coverings In Public, Manufacturers Gear Up Production For Essential Workers
The only good news to come out of this week’s English local elections is that Labour took an absolute pasting. Besides losing more than 100 council seats they suffered the rare indignity of losing a parliamentary by-election in Hartlepool, a place traditionally so Labour that under normal circumstances even a monkey with a red rosette would have beaten any Conservative contender. Before we go on to look at the bad news, let’s just pause briefly to relish Labour’s misery. In Britain’s recent political hisotry, it would be unthinkable for a sitting government to be winning by-elections after 11 years in power. The results have led to much red-on-red recrimination between the left of the party and the hard-left of the party. It has also led to calls for Sir Keir Starmer to resign as Labour leader after just a year in post. This would be no great loss to anyone. As Patrick O’Flynn points out here , Starmer is the last person on earth likely to win back all those old Labour … [Read more...] about Delingpole: Nice to See Labour Lose; Depressing to See the Conservatives Win
Last week, rumors swirled that President Joe Biden Joe Biden Atlanta mayor won't run for reelection South Carolina governor to end pandemic unemployment benefits in June Airplane pollution set to soar with post-pandemic travel boom MORE had proposed a ban on burgers. The claims, first reported by UK tabloid The Daily Mail , led to audible gasps of outcry and sent many a meat lover on the defense. By now, news reports have surfaced the real story — Biden did not actually propose a plan to make Americans cut their beef intake in an effort to curb climate change. But, should he? What if that’s exactly what we need to save America and our world from the destructive perils of climate change? Even though Biden may not be encouraging us to cut beef, consider the mounting, emergent, and scientifically-grounded reasons for why we should do it anyway. The burger-banishing claims we heard last week were deciphered from a 2020 study , conducted by the University of … [Read more...] about Biden didn’t ban burgers, but should he?
PATERSON, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — Every artist wants their work to be appreciated. But one frustrated artist from New Jersey takes a different approach. As CBS2’s Steve Overmyer reported, this artist destroys his work. READ MORE: New York City Communities Rally In Solidarity After Hundreds Reportedly Attacked, Dozens Killed During Anti-Government Protests In Colombia (credit: CBS2) A basement in South Paterson , New Jersey has become a sanctuary for transformation. “I call myself tragedy of art,” said Said Elatab. “The art is the only way I can express my feeling.” Elatab is from Lebanon. His colorful work was designed to deal with his pain. His art went on display at a local gallery. But when nobody showed up, he did the unimaginable. Elatab took it all down and burned it. “Everybody talking about, ‘He burned his painting. He’s crazy. He’s disturbed. He snapped.’ But people, they start talking about it,” he told Overmyer. (credit: CBS2) Elatab burns his … [Read more...] about New Jersey Artist Said Elatab Burns Paintings To Fight Depression, Express Grief; ‘I Call Myself Tragedy Of Art’