Dan Cortez

Author / Writer
Cortez writers for various topics on The Morning News. One of the old contributors to this publication, Cortez has experience in reporting truthful news.

A Father Comforts Driver Who Hit His Daughter

A child getting struck by a vehicle is something that no father wants to happen. But also this situation instills terror in the hearts of all drivers. This is what happened roughly two weeks ago in Brazil. A father is seen hugging the motorist who hit his daughter in a video released on Instagram by

Emirates postpones start of Tel Aviv flights

Emirates Postpones Start Of Tel Aviv Flights

Dubai airline Emirates has postponed the Dec. 6 launch of flights to Tel Aviv until further notice, a company spokesperson said on Sunday after Israel announced it would ban foreigners from entering in order to combat the latest coronavirus variant. The airline has announced that it will be postponing its service to Tel Aviv due

New York Reopens Times Square To Revelers On New Year Eve

New York is going to return to the pre-covid era of celebrating the new year by filling City’s Times Square once again with revelers ringing in the upcoming new year’s eve on Dec. 31.  On Tuesday, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that one will be allowed to take part in the assembly only if they

Former LV Raider Player Arrested For Killing One In Reckless Driving

Former Las Vegas Raiders wide receiver Henry Ruggs III is put under house arrest for his alleged role in a fatal car accident on Tuesday morning. He has been charged with two felonies among three additional charges. The accident took place when Ruggs was driving with a blood-alcohol level of 0.161, double the legal limit of

Delta 8 Legal Again In Texas

On Monday, an Austin court temporarily removed Delta 8 off Texas’ list of restricted narcotics, the latest twist in the state’s long-running debate over the legality of “weed light.” Delta 8’s legal status was further imperiled by the order’s removal of recent changes to the definitions of “tetrahydrocannabinols” and “marihuana extract” from the state’s list

North Korea Has Enough Uranium Resource To Build More Nukes

Joint research of Stanford University & an Arizona-based mining company published in Science & Global Security Journal shows North Korea can easily avail all the uranium it needs to build a more targeted number of nuclear weapons through its existing Pyongyang mill. The country can produce far more nuclear fuel than it is having now

CDC Approved Pfizer’s Child Covid Vaccine Waits FDA To Rollon

The FDA’s key vaccine advisory committee finally approved Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11 after a long wait for approval by the parents & the school administrations as the schools are opening on new academic session amid banned mask mandate in some states. According to Pfizer, it will be a low-dose vaccine for

Poor Countries Look At Rich To Finance Climate Control Measures

As the World leaders are all set to meet at UN Weather Control Summit in Glasgow this month, the poor countries are assuming huge financial stress to pay for the transition of their energy sources from conventional fossil fuels to greener alternatives to reduce international warming. The rich western countries were pledged to pay poorer

U.S. Job Growth Falls to Slowest Pace of Year Due To COVID-19 Delta Variant

In September, employment growth in the United States slowed to its weakest pace of the year, indicating that the Delta form of the coronavirus and a chronic labor shortage hampered the economy’s recovery. According to the Labor Department, the economy gained 194,000 jobs in September, the fewest since December 2020 and down from 366,000 jobs

For The Second Time, George Floyd Statue In NYC Defaced

The freshly installed George Floyd sculpture in New York City’s Union Square has already been damaged. According to NBC New York, blue paint was splashed over Floyd’s bust about 10 a.m. Sunday. According to police, the security video shows someone mixing paint behind the artwork before defacing it and fleeing. The sculpture, along with sculptures

Arizona Governor Not Listening To Donald Trump Over Audit

Following an audit in Maricopa County that was long anticipated by supporters of former President Donald Trump, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey declared there will be “no decertification” of the state’s 2020 presidential election results. Despite Trump’s requests, Ducey, a Republican, took to Twitter on Friday to announce that the election outcome would not be decertified