The News Of The Day October 12, 2017

THE FEED

CALIFORNIA FIRES

WEINSTEIN

TRUMP

California fires have killed 29 people, and the weather continues to stay dry. Hundreds of people are missing as the blaze has affected cell phone towers making communication difficult. Statewide more than 8,000 firefighters are working to contain the inferno. The worst of the fires are in Napa, Sonoma and Mendocino counties in Northern California. An unprecedented 21 fires are burning in California.


It’s 8:42 on a Wednesday morning, and Harvey Weinstein is beginning his first monologue of the day. NEW YORK MAGAZINE


 

Las Vegas Shooting: The Photos

THE FEED

WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE WORLD AND UNITED STATES THROUGH THE LENS OF PHOTOJOURNALISTS.

More than 50 people killed and 500 wounded when
shots rang out shortly after 10 P.M. in Las Vegas, Nevada into a crowd of concert goers across the street from the Mandalay Bay hotel.

The group at first thought the shots sounded like firecrackers or fireworks. The Route 91 Harvest Festival attracted 22,000 people.
As people began to fall from the assassin’s bullets, the horror of was happening started to dawn.

The shooter identified as Stephen Paddock was staying at the Mandalay Bay hotel. His room on the 32nd floor gave him an expensive view of the concert venue below. The killer used an AR-15 type rifle with a bump or slide fire modification.
 

 

 Embed from Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images

The Travel Life: The Week In Pictures September 30, 2017

THE FEED

WHAT IS HAPPENING IN THE WORLD AND UNITED STATES THROUGH THE LENS OF PHOTOJOURNALISTS.

U. S. Politics
A View of Dubai
Big Cat, Giant Reptile in Brazil
And More

 

Embed from Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images

Embed from Getty Images

The Travel Life: Puerto Rico Hurricane See The Photos

Misery for Puerto Rico without Water and Power.
Puerto Rico has a direct hit from Hurricane Rita

Incredible destruction as seen from the air with residents left homeless and no way to communicate with the outside world. Electricity is out over 90 percent of the island nation.  No telephones. No cell phones. No way to drive throughout the country as roads are damaged  or destroyed.Hurricane Maria brought 160 mile an hour winds and six deaths. That number is sure to rise as searches and rescues continue.

See the Photos and know the story

Embed from Getty Images

Hurricane Maria aims at Puerto Rico after slamming Dominica

ROSEAU, Dominica (AP) — Dominica's leader sent out an emotional plea for help as Hurricane Maria smashed into the Caribbean island and caused "mind-boggling" devastation, but an ominous silence followed as the country lost all communications on Tuesday and the Category 5 hurricane barreled toward Puerto Rico, which looked likely to take a direct hit….

Powered by WPeMatico