Clinton confirms her position on running for president again, a teacher was jailed over pronouns, E. coli outbreak at Wendy’s, New Titanic footage, a girl wakes up at her funeral, a man wakes up from a coma after 20,000 bee stings, and more news!
Former US Secretary of State and former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has ended speculation on whether or not she will run for president again in 2024, the Daily Wire reported.
“No, no,” Clinton responded to the question of another presidential bid from CBS reporter Norah O’Donnell on Tuesday. “But I’m going to do everything I can to make sure that we have a president who respects our democracy and the rule of law and upholds our institutions.”
A teacher in Ireland was arrested and jailed for contempt of court, as well as suspended from work, after he refused to use gender-neutral pronouns for a transgender student, the Daily Mail reported. The teacher was incarcerated in Mountjoy prison for contempt of court after violating a court order not to teach at the Westmeath school where he worked, the New York Post reported.
“I love my school, with its motto Res Non Verba, actions not words,” teacher Enoch Burke told the judge. “But I am here today because I said I would not call a boy a girl.”
“It is insanity that I will be led from this courtroom to a place of incarceration,” Burke added. “but I will not give up my Christian beliefs.”
An outbreak of E. coli has been associated with Wendy’s restaurants in at least 6 states, leaving 97 people infected, 43 of whom have been hospitalized, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), ABC reported. At least ten of the affected people developed hemolytic uremic syndrome, a serious condition that can cause kidney failure.
The six states are Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, New York, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. The CDC obtained a detailed food history for 67 of the people, and 81% of them reported eating at a Wendy’s restaurant in the week before their illness began.
In mid-August, a three-year-old girl in Mexico was taken to hospital suffering from dehydration. She was vomiting, had a fever, and had stomach pain. The family was given acetaminophen (paracetamol), and the girl was released from the hospital. But later, a private doctor urged them to re-admit her. She eventually was pronounced dead from dehydration by the hospital.
The next day, at the funeral, the grandmother noticed condensation under the glass casket cover and realized the little girl’s eyes were moving. She had a heartbeat of 97 BPM as they rushed her to the hospital. However, it slowed to 35 BPM on the trip. In the hospital, the little girl was declared dead a second time, this time from cerebral edema – brain swelling, Fox reported.
A man in Ohio who was trimming a lemon tree in his backyard accidentally sawed into a hive of killer bees. He came under a ferocious attack, receiving 20,000 stings–and swallowing at least 30 of the vicious insects. He was rushed to the hospital, where he was put on a ventilator and into a medically induced coma.
Killer bees are far more aggressive than others when their hives are disturbed. Their sting is no more potent than other bees, but the entire hive will attack and the number of stings can become fatal. The man has come out of the coma and is expected to make a full recovery, the Daily Wire reported.
A new, high-resolution video of the Titanic wreckage has been shot giving an unprecedented view of the “unsinkable” ocean vessel that sank on its doomed maiden voyage 110 years ago. The clip was released by OceanGate Expeditions, showing extraordinary detail and brand-new features never before seen, the New York Post reported.