This morning 23ABC takes a behind the scenes look at how a local brewery makes and cans their beer.
This morning 23ABC takes a behind the scenes look at how a local brewery makes and cans their beer.
Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris suggested the Biden administration would not enforce a national mask mandate as promised by Joe Biden. Biden said last month that, if elected, his administration would enforce a nationwide mask mandate. "It would be a standard," Harris said in an interview with CNN when asked to clarify.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has visited typhoon-stricken areas in the northeast, fired a top official there and promised to send 12,000 workers from Pyongyang for recovery efforts, state media reported Sunday. The Korean Central News Agency said that Kim on Saturday visited South Hamgyong province, which was hit by Typhoon Maysak last week. It said Kim was briefed that the typhoon destroyed more than 1,000 houses and inundated public buildings and farmland in the coastal areas of South Hamgyong as well as nearby North Hamgyong province.
The claim: New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo threatened President Donald Trump when he said Trump 'better have an army' to protect him if he comes to New York A feud between Gov. Andrew Cuomo and President Donald Trump escalated last week, when Cuomo suggested Trump would need an "army" to visit New York, causing controversy across social media platforms. SHOCKING: Democrat New York Governor Threatens President Trump: He “Better Have an Army to Protect Him if He Comes to NYC,” reads a screenshot of a story by the Gateway Pundit posted to its Instagram account on Sept. Similar versions of the claim also appeared on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter.
Germany could drop the Nord Stream 2 pipeline as punishment for the poisoning of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny, Berlin said for the first time on Sunday as it threatened the Kremlin with sanctions. German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas said that "I hope... that the Russians do not force us to change our position on Nord Stream," in comments made to Bild newspaper. Mr Maas said that Berlin “would be compelled” to raise the issue of sanctions with its allies if Russia did not take steps towards investigating Mr Navalny's poisoning in the coming days.
A strict lockdown in the Australian city of Melbourne has been extended by two weeks, with officials saying new Covid-19 cases had not dropped enough. Victoria State Premier Daniel Andrews said the restrictions would be in place until 28 September, with a slight relaxation. The state has been the epicentre of the country's second wave, accounting for 90% of Australia's 753 deaths.
A lawyer representing a 17-year-old charged with shooting three people during a protest in Kenosha, Wisconsin, has resigned from his position with a defense fund that has raked in more than $700,000 to defend his client and conservative causes. Attorney John Pierce is defending Kyle Rittenhouse against intentional homicide charges for shooting two people to death and wounding a third during a night of unrest last month over the police shooting of Jacob Blake, a Black man who was left paralyzed from the waist down. Pierce said he resigned from the #FightBack Foundation fund, which has raised money to defend Rittenhouse, to avoid any “appearance of conflict," USA Today reported.
President Trump resumed television advertising after the Republican National Convention with two racially charged commercials airing in Minnesota and Wisconsin, battleground states racked by social upheaval after recent violent police encounters with Black men. Trump's ads show how he is trying to replicate his 2016 success in stirring racial resentments of white voters in Upper Midwest regions that have struggled for decades with a painful decline in manufacturing jobs.
An indoor church wedding and reception has been linked to 147 coronavirus cases across Maine. Contact-tracing efforts found that guests at the wedding either directly or indirectly spread the virus to two nursing homes and inmates at a local jail. At the start of August, Maine had emerged from the coronavirus pandemic relatively unscathed.
An Australian businessman has been awarded a payout of more than £100,000 after winning a racial discrimination case against his British wife who said she hated his country's "mentality", a tribunal has ruled. Duncan Bendall took his wife, Fiona, and their company The Female Social Network (TFSN) to an employment tribunal claiming he was discriminated against because he is a man and due to his nationality when he was pushed out of the firm. The tribunal heard Mr Bendall received an email from his wife three months before he was sacked in August last year in which she said: "I hate Australian mentality and you have it [in] droves just sh**…And DO NOT say you are a founder in MY business MY efforts ever again You Leech - you don't even believe in women or have ever stuck your neck out."
Florida Highway Patrol has cleared the man accused of leaving a woman to die along Interstate 95 after she fell off his motorcycle in Pompano Beach, his attorney says. Miles McChesney, 36, will not likely be charged in the 2018 death of Fort Lauderdale restaurant server Jennifer St. Clair, 33, who died after she fell into traffic and passing drivers ran over her, attorney Russell Cormican said the agency told him. An FHP spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Iran, which has a history of broadcasting suspected forced confessions, aired a statement by a wrestler who faces the death penalty and whose case recently drew a critical tweet from President Donald Trump. The television segment and authorities accuse Navid Afkari, 27, of stabbing a water supply company employee in the southern city of Shiraz amid demonstrations against Iran's Shiite theocracy in 2018. Afkari's case has drawn the attention of a social media campaign that portrays him and his brothers as victims targeted over participating in those protests.
CJNG split off from the Sinaloa Cartel, belonging to now-US prisoner Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman, around 2010, and today it has expanded its territorial control over nearly the entire country in an escalating wave of violence with rival organisations. While both Mexico and the United States have actively arrested and extradited hundreds of cartel members and leaders, over the years the strategy has only caused cartels to fragment and regroup in new, often more violent, organisations. El Chapo, who famously broke out of prison twice, on Saturday appealed against his life sentence handed down a year ago by a US court for trafficking hundreds of tons of narcotics into the country.
Real-estate mogul Nick Candy's superyacht, 11.11, has hit the market for $71 million. Candy is looking to upgrade to a larger boat, he told Bloomberg. Nick Candy, a British real-estate mogul, is parting ways with his 207-foot superyacht, but it's not because he needs the money or because he's moved on to other hobbies.
The Florida Department of Health's COVID-19 dashboard reported 2,564 new cases and 34 new deaths, the latter number putting the state's pandemic death toll at 12,001. The state's average daily positive test rate for the last seven reported days is 5.66%, a whisper's difference from the 5.71% of the previous seven days. ▪ Miami-Dade added 345 cases and five deaths, bringing its state-high pandemic totals to 161,363 and 2,655, respectively.
As a monthslong military standoff between India and China along their disputed mountain border protracts, experts warn that the nuclear-armed countries — which already have engaged in their bloodiest clash in decades — could unintentionally slide into war. For 45 years, a series of agreements, written and unwritten, maintained an uneasy truce along the border on the eastern edge of the Himalayan region of Kashmir. But moves and clashes over the past few months have made the situation unpredictable, raising the risk that a miscalculation from either side could have serious consequences that resonate beyond the cold-desert region.
President Trump renewed a drumbeat of claims that rival Joe Biden is too feeble to serve as commander in chief, while casting a shadow on his own opaque health history by embellishing, then rebutting, speculation that he may have had a stroke last year. Trump largely fueled the kerfuffle about presidential fitness himself by denying that he had a "series of mini-strokes," then tried to flip the narrative by suggesting, with no evidence, that maybe it was his opponent, former Vice President Biden, who had suffered a stroke. Trump, who has boasted about acing a cognitive test usually given to detect early signs of decline, also reiterated unsubstantiated claims that Biden suffers from dementia.
France-based Flying Whales is developing an environmentally friendly cargo transport aircraft with commercial production posied to begin in 2025. Flying Whales is producing a blimp-like aircraft that can transport and drop off cargo mid-flight. Several components of the cargo transport airship are made to be environmentally friendly, such as its floating capabilities powered by helium, hybrid-electric propulsion system, and lack of need for extra infrastructure during take-offs and landings.
Should Americans be prepared for battle depending on the presidential election results? New York Post columnist Miranda Devine offers insight.
On Thursday, Bob was transported from his home at the St. Augustine Alligator Farm Zoological Park to the University of Florida's College of Veterinary Medicine, where the 38-year-old alligator got some X-rays. Images posted to the college's social media page show the effort required to get a medical evaluation for such a big boy. Bob was strapped to a long wooden board, his massive jaw tied shut and eyes covered with a towel, before he was was taken to Gainesville.
Cypriot authorities are alarmed over the arrival of four boats carrying Syrian and Lebanese migrants in waters off the east Mediterranean island nation's coastline within a 48-hour span. Cyprus police said Sunday that four vessels appeared off Cyprus' eastern and southern coast over the last two days carrying a total 123 migrants and about half of them have been permitted to disembark. Some 21 migrants remain aboard a boat that is adrift off Cyprus' southeastern tip as a result of a faulty engine.