Marlo Higgins

Marlo Higgins is a triple crown entrepreneur that helped start a company, rebrand another, and launched her own. She is the host of the 22 Minutes to Having it All podcast, author, and business coach that teaches you how to overcome challenges and identify the blind spots that are keeping you from the peaceful achievement you desire.

All 19 Trump Defendants Surrender At Georgia Jail

All 19 of the co-defendants of former President Donald Trump surrendered at the Fulton County Jail in Atlanta. The Illinois-based pastor Stephen Lee, charged with five state crimes, became the last co-defendant to have surrendered.

Japanese Atomic Bomb Survivors Calls On World To Abandon Them

Japan remembered the victims that perished at the hands of US nuclear weapons in 1945. The 78th anniversary of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki devastation was held in the Japanese city of Nagasaki where the Mayor Shiro Suzuki, a nuclear bomb survivor himself, called on the world to abandon nuclear weapons.

X Sues Anti-Hate Research Center For Scrapping Flawed Data

X, previously known as twitter, has sued a non-profit organization for allegedly scrapping flawed data from the platform. Elon Musk filed a lawsuit against an anti-hate speech organization, the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH), alleging that their actions caused the social media app to lose substantial revenue, amounting to tens of millions of dollars, as advertisers suspended their spending on the platform.

Scientists Believe Alien Spaceship May Have Crashed On Mars

Scientists said they can’t rule out the fact that an alien spaceship could have caused the mysterious spiky protrusions found on Mars. Images captured by NASA’s Curiosity Rover showed formations sticking out from the surface of the rocks in the Gale Crater, with at least six rocks displaying unusual features.

OceanGate Suspends All Operations After Submarine Imploded

Oceangate, the company who owned the Titan exploratory submarine, has suspended all of its operations. The company’s website posted a statement saying it has suspended all of its explorations and commercial operations. It couldn’t not have been verified why it took so long for the company to publicly denounce all operations.

France Passes Law To Allow Police Spy Through Phones

French lawmakers passed a law to allow police to remotely spy on suspects by activating their phones, laptops, microphones and GPS. The Justice reform bill, passed by the senate last month, covers a wide range of topics and giving police the right to spy on crime suspects is one of the provisions.

Woman Lost Her Leg To Bangkok Airport Moving Walkway

Woman’s leg was amputated after it got stuck in a moving walkway at Bangkok airport. The 57-year-old woman was about to get on her flight from Bangkok’s Don Mueang airport to Nakhon Si Thammarat province but had her leg stuck in the moving walkway which was amputated by a medical team.

Cadet Kills Two Instructors At Military Firing Range in Japan

A cadet opened fire on three of the instructors at a training facility in Japan. The newly recruited cadet fired 8 rounds and killed two instructors and injured one present in the shooting range in Central Japan. The 18-year-old suspect was immediately taken into custody on charges of attempted murder, according to police.

Israeli Scientists Discover 12,000-Year-Old Bird Bone Flutes

Researchers from Israel have unearthed tiny little bones in northern Israel. The tiny bones were observed to have holes inside them and were identified as flutes used by prehistoric humans for multiple purposes. The sound it produced mimicked birds and were used to scare large aquatic birds, researchers said.

China Building Spy Base In Cuba, 100 Miles From Florida

China and Cuba have reached a secret deal to establish a Chinese spy base in Cuba, around 100 miles from Florida. The secret facility will act as an electronic eavesdropping facility where the Chinese will be able to collect data from across the US, the Wall Street Journal reported on Thursday.

Microsoft Says Chinese Hackers Attacked US Infrastructure

Microsoft has accused the Chinese state-sponsored hackers of attacking critical infrastructure in the United States. A Chinese group of hackers had been spying on key infrastructure based in the US and other US territories in Guam which mostly has military bases.