Sharon George

Sharon George is a full-time reporter with TheMorningNews and has been with us since the first day. She conducts political interviews and reports them on TMN and her Twitter.

Our Planet is Now in The Danger Zone, Scientists Say

Earth is heading towards an imminent danger and has already surpassed 7 out of the 8 safety indicators. A research report by the Earth Commission published in the Nature journal emphasized on the continuously deteriorating situation on earth in terms of safety, health and justice.

Passenger Arrested For Opening Emergency Door Mid-Air

A passenger was arrested when he opened the emergency door of Asiana Airlines while the p[lane was still in the air. The Asiana Airlines flight landed safely in South Korea, without any harm to the 194 passengers on board. The door was open for an hour and the 30-year-old man was arrested immediately when the plane landed.

Famous Korean Pop-Star Commited Suicide At 25

Moonbin, K-pop star and a member of Astro boy band died at the age of 25. According to the police, Moonbin was found dead in his apartment at his home in the Gangnam district of Seoul. Moon’s fans are shocked to hear the tragic news of his death and have been pouring grief all over the internet.

New Zealand Cabinet Becomes Gender Equal For First Time

New Zealand’s cabinet has become the most diverse one for the very first time. The country elected one of the most diverse parliaments in 2020, when then Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern increased the numbers of females and LGBT numbers. 

Four Friends Dead, Committing Suicide At China’s Tourist Site

Four individuals committed mass suicide at China’s famous glass skywalk in Tianmen Mountain. The glass skywalk is known as the “Coiling Dragon Cliff” walk and is around 4,700 feet high, in Zhangjiajie National Forest Park, Hunan Province. Three out of the four individuals jumped from the skywalk on the mountain and the fourth individual died due to a poison.

Multiple Dead After Two US Blackhawk Helicopters Crashed

Multiple people are reported to have died after two US army Blackhawk helicopters crashed in Kentucky. According to the US army spokesperson, the incident involved two HH60 Blackhawk helicopters that crashed during a training mission over the US state of Kentucky.

Chinese Scientists Discover Water Source On Moon

Chinese scientists have discovered a water reservoir on the moon trapped inside tiny beads. The scientists are expecting billions of tones of water inside cooled rocks on the surface of the moon. The discovery was made possible due to China’s Chang’e-5 mission, the only Chinese mission to bring back samples to earth.

Study Shows Traffic Noise Is Dangerous For Heart Health

A new scientific study has found that traffic is linked to increased risks of hypertension and heart diseases. Researchers accumulated data from over 240,000 participants aged 40-69-years-old and concluded that traffic noise coupled with air pollution can significantly increase risk of heart failures and other complications.

North Korea Tested Underwater Nuclear Drone

North Korea has successfully tested an underwater drone capable of carrying nuclear weapons. The new weapon tested in the waters off South Hamgyong province has the capability to cause a “radioactive tsunami”, a tsunami coupled with unleashing radioactive substances.

Snapchat For Web Is Here!

Unlike many other social media platforms, Snapchat has been available only on mobile since its launch over a decade ago. But on Monday, the company launched a web-based version of the popular messaging app. The goal is to give users the freedom to switch between their phones and computers, all while continuing their conversations on the platform.

Nasal Vaccines Could Help Stop COVID-19 From Spreading—If Scientists Can Get Them Right

When SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, infiltrates the body, it typically enters through the nose or mouth, then takes root and begins replicating. But what if it could never get a foothold in the upper airways and stopped by just inhaling a few drops of liquid or mist beforehand? That’s the idea behind nasal COVID-19 vaccines, which are meant to prevent infection by blocking the virus at its point of entry.