Sign in

Melero - Latest News Headlines and Search Engine!

Headlines U.S. World Tech Business Science Corona Virus Finance Sports Politics Entertainment Life Stay Home Shopping

Search Results for: Sports

No hard feelings: Jewett finishes with racer who tripped him

Isaiah Jewett wasnt about to hold a grudge after being tripped from behind by Nijel Amos of Botswana in the semifinals of the 800 meters at the Tokyo Olympics

Young TikTok star shot in California movie theater dies

A young TikTok star who had been on life support after being shot inside a Southern California movie theater has died

Israel blames Iran for oil tanker attack,Tehran denies

Hostilities between Israel and Iran are more frequently playing out at sea, in tit-for-tat attacks on oil tankers, private commercial vessels and warships.

'Vote them out': Willie Nelson headlines protest rally on Texas Capitol steps.

Country music legend Willie Nelson led more than a thousand spectators in singing vote them out Saturday during a rally wrapping up a four-day march in support of more than 50 Texas Democratic state legislators who bolted two weeks ago to block GOP-backed voting restrictions.

10 people shot in alleged gang attack in New York City, police say

Ten people were shot on Saturday night in the New York City borough of Queens in what police are describing as a targeted gang attack.

Italy's Lamont Marcell Jacobs claims shock 100m gold to succeed Usain Bolt as world's fastest man

Italys Lamont Marcell Jacobs became the fastest man in the world when he won gold in the mens 100m final at the Tokyo Olympics on Sunday.

Pandemic eviction crisis leads to greater tenant protections

The threat of widespread evictions during the coronavirus pandemic has inspired reforms to a U.S. system that has in the past offered few protections for tenants

Afghan official: mortar attack in Kandahar kills 5 people

An Afghan official says that a mortar shell struck a taxi in the southern Kandahar province, killing at least five civilians including two children

- The Washington Post

The powerful sister of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has warned that next months annual military drills between South Korean and U.S. troops will undermine prospects for better ties between the Koreas, just days after the rivals reopened their long-dormant communication channels

Olympics: Tokyo heat weather makes Games hard for athletes

The unkind temperatures and high humidity in Tokyo have made for a difficult Olympic Games for athletes not used to the brutal conditions.