Jeanine Bagley

Jeanine Bagley is an international current events reporter with over 7 years of experience. Previously she worked as an on-site reporter for Local 8 news channel in Vermont. She is a woman advocate for educating young adult women.
Cameroon Nightclub Fire: Liv's Night Club In Yaoundé Hit By Deadly Blaze

Cameroon Nightclub Fire: Liv’s Night Club In Yaoundé Hit By Deadly Blaze

Government officials say 16 people have been killed at a nightclub in Cameroon’s capital Yaoundé after a fire broke out. It was an accident caused by fireworks used in the club, according to officials. There were at least eight other serious injuries suffered during the early morning fire at Liv’s Night Club on Sunday. In

NYC Police Officer Killed, 2nd Critical In Harlem Shooting

NYC Police Officer Killed, 2nd Critical In Harlem Shooting

Two NYPD officers were shot by a gunman Friday in a Harlem apartment, officials said. One was shot dead and another was fighting for his life. Police said early Saturday that a third officer had shot the suspect, who was in critical condition. According to police, the officers responded to a 911 call about 6:15

December Retail Sales Slide 1.9% Amid Shortages, Omicron

December Retail Sales Slide 1.9% Amid Shortages, Omicron

After spending a burst of early holiday spending in the fall that helped bolster the holiday season, Americans cut spending sharply in December due to product shortages, rising prices, and the arrival of omicron. The U.S. Commerce Department reported Friday that retail sales dropped 1.9% in December compared with 0.3% growth in November. Compared with

Russia Braces For 'Very Intense' Rise In Omicron Cases

Russia Braces For ‘Very Intense’ Rise In Omicron Cases

According to the Russian health ministry, a ‘very intense’ increase in the Omicron coronavirus could occur in the weeks to come. A Moscow official said that its health system would be mobilized to combat the growing number of infections. Russia has recorded 305 cases of Omicron so far in 13 regions, Anna Popova, a top

Hundreds In Lebanon Protest Measures Targeting Unvaccinated

Hundreds In Lebanon Protest Measures Targeting Unvaccinated

People protested measures taken against unvaccinated people in Beirut on Saturday, saying individuals should have the freedom to choose whether or not to be immunized. Lebanon doesn’t require vaccinations, but authorities have recently begun cracking down on those who aren’t immunized and don’t carry PCR tests that are negative. About 300 people participated in a

US jobless claims rise by 7,000 to 207,000

US Jobless Claims Rise By 7,000 To 207,000

It is encouraging to see an increase in American job seekers applying for unemployment benefits last week, but the rate remained low, suggesting a strong job market. The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits last week rose by 7,000 to 207,000. Claims jumped more than 4,800 to just under 205,000 on a four-week average,

UK's Johnson Will 'Continue On Same Path' In Tackling COVID

UK’s Johnson Will ‘Continue On Same Path’ In Tackling COVID

As a result of high levels of vaccination in the UK, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that the right measures were being taken to tackle the COVID-19 outbreaks caused by the Omicron variation. According to him, continuing down the current path is the best way to move forward for the whole country. I believe the

Yemen Officials: Saudi Airstrike Kills 12 Troops By Mistake

Yemen Officials: Saudi Airstrike Kills 12 Troops By Mistake

At least 12 Yemeni troops were killed during an airstrike by the Saudi-led coalition on allied Yemeni pro-government forces, Yemeni military officials said Friday. At least eight Yemeni soldiers were also wounded in the strike, which took place in Shabwa on Thursday. As they weren’t authorized to speak to the media, they spoke on condition

Times Square Show Will Go On Despite Virus Surge, Mayor Says

Times Square Show Will Go On Despite Virus Surge, Mayor Says

Bill de Blasio, Mayor of New York City, said Thursday that the city will ring in 2022 as planned in Times Square despite a record number of COVID-19 infections in the city and around the country. In his interview on NBC’s Today Show, de Blasio said: “New York City is fighting its way through this.

Bluebird Sickle Cell Gene Therapy Trial On Partial Hold Amid Investigation

Bluebird bio Inc has announced that it will place its gene therapy trial for sickle cell disease on partial hold while they investigate the potential side-effect of persistent anaemia in one patient. Premarket trading on Bluebird shares was down 18% after the announcement.The FDA has imposed a partial suspension on the lovotibeglogene autotemcel gene therapy