Fauci Heads For The Exit

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, is scheduled to brief reporters from the White House on Tuesday in what is likely to be his final briefing before leaving the government at the end of the year.

Conservatives react to Pelosi stepping down: ‘Good riddance!’

One commentator blasted Pelosi as an example of 'everything that is wrong' with politics in the U.S.

Almost Twice as Many Republicans Died From COVID Before the Midterms Than Democrats

is there a link between political affiliation and rates of COVID related death in the U.S.? The short answer is yes ...

Right-wing doctor group led by anti-vaccine insurrectionist implodes in scandal

ARS TECHNICA – Scandal has reached a full boil at America's Frontline Doctors—the right-wing pseudo-medical group notorious for peddling bogus COVID-19 treatments and fear-mongering over vaccines and other safe, effective health measures. The scandal has split the group—aka AFLDS—into warring factions, with its prominent founder, Simone Gold, accused of a slew of wrongdoing, including using the charity group's funds to buy a $3.6 million mansion for herself and her boyfriend. She's also accused of staging a...

A brain expert shares his 7 ‘hard rules’ for boosting memory and fighting off dementia

As a neuroscience researcher, here are seven hard rules I live by to keep my brain sharp and fight off dementia.

Newsom, DeSantis both claim ‘freedom’ as election mandates

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Gavin Newsom and Ron DeSantis, governors of states on opposite ends of both the country and the political spectrum, held up their governing styles this week as models for the nation ahead of the 2024 presidential election as they rushed to use their convincing midterm victories to stake a claim on the nation's most enduring political promise: Freedom. "We affirmed clearly with conviction that we are a true freedom state," Newsom,...

Why Do Women Get Alzheimer’s More Than Men? Study Offers Clue

MEDSCAPE – Of the more than 6 million Alzheimer’s patients in the U.S. age 65 or older, nearly two-thirds are women. A new study may help explain the gender gap — and offer clues to new treatments for helping patients of both sexes fight back. Scientists at Case Western Reserve University zeroed in on a gene named USP11, found on the X chromosome. Women have two X chromosomes, while men at birth have one X and...

Legally blind Florida man arrested when cane is confused for a gun [VIDEO]

NBC NEWS – Two deputies will be suspended and a Florida sheriff has apologized after a visually impaired man was arrested last month when his walking cane was mistaken for a gun, officials said. James Hodges, 61, of Lake City, was arrested the morning of Oct. 31 and accused of resisting an officer without violence, according to an arrest report and body camera video of his detainment provided Wednesday to NBC News by the Columbia...

Coffee Habits That Are Aging You Faster, According to a Dietitian

While coffee isn't necessarily unhealthy, there are a few bad coffee habits that can contribute to faster aging depending on how you drink it.


US MAGAZINE – Country superstar Alan Jackson has been battling Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease for more than a decade, but he didn’t go public with his diagnosis until September 2021. “I have this neuropathy and neurological disease,” the Country Music Hall of Fame member explained during a Today show interview at the time. “It’s genetic that I inherited from my daddy. … There’s no cure for it, but it’s been affecting me for years. And it’s getting...

New Jersey may revive black bear hunts amid increased safety concerns


Alec Baldwin files lawsuit for ‘Rust’ shooting, accuses crew of negligence

Baldwin sued four members from the crew, including armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed.

A Pussy Riot member describes what Brittney Griner can look forward to in Russian penal colony

Maria "Masha" Alyokhina is a Russian political activist. She is a member of the anti-Putinist original gulag system from the 1950s," says Alyokhina, reached by NPR on tour in the United Kingdom. "But the sense is the same. It is a labor camp." Aloykhina says while most Americans imagine prison cells with bars, Griner can expect to live in "the zone" — a set of barracks with 80 to 100 women sleeping to a room...

“Turban Tossing” Protestors Demand Freedom From Sharia Law

Social media has been flooded with videos of young Iranians running up behind clerics on the streets and smacking their turbans off their heads.
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