Below are the most recent world news today, Tuesday 14th July 2020…
1. ‘Glee’ actress Naya Rivera ‘mustered enough energy’ to rescue her son ‘but not enough many |to avoid wasting”> to save lots of lots of herself,’ authorities say
Naya Rivera used the last of her strength many |to avoid wasting”> to save lots of lots of her 4-year-old son before she died, Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayub said Monday.
“She mustered enough energy to urge her son back onto the boat, but not enough many |to avoid wasting”> to save lots of lots of herself,” Ayub said.
A body discovered Monday morning at Lake Piru has been identified because the previous “Glee” actress, the Ventura County Sheriff’s Office said during a news conference .
Rivera and her son rented a pontoon boat at Lake Piru Wednesday. the child told rescuers he and his mother had gone into the water to swim, but she didn’t revisit on the boat. He told investigators he then looked back and saw her disappear under the surface of the water, Ayub said.
Her son was found asleep on the rental pontoon boat after it had been overdue for return. One life jacket was found on the boat and thus the boy was wearing another.
Rivera, 33, was presumed dead after she went missing Wednesday.
Her body was found floating within the northeast area of the lake where the water is between 35 and 60 feet deep Monday, after a six-day search. Ayub said investigators are “confident” the body found was Rivera, but the body remains being taken to Ventura County Coroner’s Office, where it’ll be identified through dental records.
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2. New Ford Bronco debuts, challenges Jeep for king of Capitol Hill
Ford took direct aim at Jeep on Monday night with the resurrection of the off-road Bronco.
Starting at $29,995 — virtually a bit like the $29,790 Jeep Wrangler — the two- and four-door Broncos go toe-to-toe with the Jeep with similar tools: standard four-wheel drive, the truck-based ladder frame of the Ford Ranger, removable doors and roof, rear-mounted spare tire , detachable sway-bar and low-speed transfer case.
The 2021 models harken back to the first-generation Bronco that debuted in 1966 but come updated with 21st-century design and technology.
Ford says the Bronco intends to up the ante with high-tech gizmos, sort of a camera which can peek over hills and a low-speed version of adaptive control that allows pedal-free off-road driving.
The smaller Bronco Sport that debuted Monday, meanwhile, is formed on the same unibody chassis as Ford’s best-selling Escape SUV. It expands the Blue Oval’s presence within the compact SUV segment (the industry’s largest outside pickups), whilst Jeep’s Cherokee and Compass complement the Wrangler. Pricing starts at $28,155.
“We created the Bronco family to elevate every aspect of off-road adventure and equipped them with class-leading chassis hardware and exclusive technologies,” said Jim Farley, Ford’s chief operating officer. “They’re built with the toughness of an F-Series truck and performance spirit of Mustang — and are available wrapped within the first Bronco design DNA.”
For design cues, Ford reached back to the primary compact 1966 dirt-kicker, not the larger F-150-based version discontinued after the 1996 model year. “It’s designed for function, not fashion,” chief designer Paul Wraith said.
The bigger Broncos
The 2021 Bronco boasts signature round headlights connected by a horizontal grille emblazoned with the Bronco name. the rest of the body is simple and boxy with an upright windshield, single-piece twin taillights, a spare tire that hangs off the rear swing door . Mirrors are mounted on the A-pillars.
The latter is significant to the removable doors so riders can meet with to nature.
Unlike the Wrangler, Bronco’s doors don’t have window frames, and Ford claims their removal is easier due to simpler latches and wire-plug decouplers. within the longer four-door version, doors are often stowed in bags and stored in back.
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3. California closes indoor restaurants, movie theaters and each one bars statewide as coronavirus cases rise
California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered all bars and each one dine-in restaurants, movie theaters, museums and other indoor businesses across the state to shut Monday as Covid-19 cases still climb.
The affected businesses include all operations at bars and thus the indoor operations at restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms, movie theaters, family entertainment centers, zoos, museums and cardrooms. All aside from bars are getting to be allowed to figure outdoors, if possible, he said.
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4. President Donald Trump shares former giveaway host Chuck Woolery tweet that CDC is ‘lying’ about Coronavirus
President Donald Trump retweeted a post on Monday from former giveaway host Chuck Woolery claiming “everyone is lying” about COVID-19 — including the administration’s own Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
“The most outrageous lies are those about Covid 19. most are lying. The CDC, Media, Democrats, our Doctors, not about most ‚that we are told to trust. i feel it’s all about the election and keeping the economy from returning , which is about the election. I’m disgusted it,” tweeted the one-time host of “Love Connection” and “Wheel of Fortune.” it had been then retweeted by Trump.
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5. Russell Westbrook says he tested positive for coronavirus
Houston Rockets guard Russell Westbrook shed some light Monday regarding his absence from the team at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex within the Disney World Resort by revealing he tested positive for Covid-19 before the club’s departure for Orlando, Fla.
Westbook posted the revelation to Twitter and Instagram.
“I tested positive for Covid-19 before my team’s departure to Orlando,” Westbrook wrote. “I’m currently feeling well, quarantined and searching forward to rejoining my teammates once i’m cleared. many thanks all for the well wishes and continued support. Please take this virus seriously. Be safe. Mask up!”
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That is the earth News Today 14th July, check back tomorrow for the most recent world news