Ashish Jha, White House COVID-19 coordinator, to leave post next week
Ashish Jha, the White House’s point person on the COVID-19 response, will depart from the administration next week
Uganda’s long-time president says he’s taking ‘forced leave’ after testing positive for COVID-19
Uganda’s longtime president says he is taking “forced leave” after testing positive for COVID-19
Judge weighs Missouri GOP dispute over estimated cost of allowing abortions
A Missouri judge is weighing whether to break up a spat between two Republican officials over whether a proposed abortion rights amendment would cost the state billions of dollars in lost revenue from people who otherwise would be born
Trump indicted on 7 charges in classified docs probe
Former President Donald Trump said Thursday night that his attorneys were informed that he's been indicted in the special counsel's investigation into his handling of classified documents.
Trump allies say Biden is ‘weaponizing’ DOJ against his chief 2024 rival following indictment
Republicans rallied behind Donald Trump after his indictment, accusing President Joe Biden of “weaponizing” his Justice Department ahead of the 2024 election.
Study shows South Africa, India and Australia shared similar volcanic activity 3.5 billion years ago
Cratons are pieces of ancient continents that formed several billions of years ago. Their study provides a window as to how processes within and on the surface of Earth operated in the past. Cratons preserve relics of our young Earth as they host a
Blue carbon: Could a solution to the climate challenge be buried in the depths of fjords?
Cyclone Gabrielle has highlighted forestry slash as a problematic aspect of relying on plantation forests to draw down carbon dioxide (CO₂) from the atmosphere.
Volcanic tsunami hazards: What can the Santorini seafloor tell us?
The Minoan eruption of Santorini in the Aegean Sea was one of the largest explosive volcanic eruptions in the Holocene. In the Late Bronze Age, during a disastrous natural catastrophe Santorini tore apart and sent large amounts of hot volcanic rock and gas across
Is Scripps Health Settlement Email Mentioning EpiqPay a Scam or Legit?
The email message contained this name and number for the case: "In Re: Scripps Health Data Incident Litigation, NO. 37-2021-00024103-CU-BT-CTL."
Does Video Show Helicopters Starting the Canadian Wildfires?
Video footage shows aircraft spreading more fire over a forested area. The question is why.
Una primera prueba del Vision Pro de Apple
Tuve en mis manos el nuevo visor de alta tecnología, que me dejó impresionado y asustado. ¿Para qué lo necesitamos?
Did Actor Jay Johnston Participate in US Capitol Riot?
One of his best known roles was as the voice of Jimmy Pesto on the animated show "Bob's Burgers."
In Pizza We Trust? How Some T-Shirts Got (Falsely) Linked to Pedophilia
The internet continued to serve reheated pizzagate conspiracy theories in 2020.
New York Nico Celebrates the City’s Colorful Side
Nicolas Heller, better known online as New York Nico, has developed a following in part by not being the star of his own feeds.
Did Prince Harry provide any evidence?
(NewsNation) — Journalist and royal family expert Rob Shuter is questioning the evidence in Prince Harry's phone hacking trial.A source, who has watched the trial entirely, doesn't think Harry provided any real evidence to the judge, Shuter told "Elizabeth Vargas Reports.""He's (Harry) not
IRS has $1.5 billion in unclaimed tax refunds: Do you qualify?
(NEXSTAR) – Over a million Americans could miss out on their share of an estimated $1.5 billion in unclaimed tax refunds, the Internal Revenue Service said Thursday.The refunds are for tax year 2019, so if you didn't file for some reason in 2020, you
Trump Facing Significant Other Criminal Cases
Former U.S. President Donald Trump, indicted in connection with his handling of classified documents after he left the White House in early 2021, is also facing two other significant criminal investigations. One is related to his 2020 reelection loss; in the other, he has
Efforts underway to restore UAE’s coral reefs
Restoration efforts are underway in the United Arab Emirates as coral reefs face threats from warming waters and pollution. Environment Agency Abu Dhabi is re-planting corals after growing them in nurseries, while Dubai will plant one billion corals along the coast of the emirate.