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The Walking Dead Season 11 Premiere Lurches Unsteadily to the Show's Finale

AMC has touted tonight’s premiere of The Walking Dead as “The Beginning of the End.” Technically, that’s true…but that’s about it. It’s not a bad episode of TWD, just a very middle-of-the-road one. After 10 seasons of wildly veering over that metaphorical, zombie-filled highway, that’s fine with me.Read more...
Tags: Science, The Walking Dead, Fiction, Amc, Sherlock Holmes, Maggie, Mission Impossible, Carol, Dwight, Eugene, Stephanie, Glenn, Ezekiel, Daryl, Voight, Maggie Greene


The State Department Has Reportedly Been Hacked

The U.S. State Department was purportedly the victim of a serious cyber attack in recent weeks, according to a Fox News report published on Saturday. The extent of breach and when it was discovered are currently unknown.Read more...
Tags: Politics, Science, Crime, Cybercrime, Cyberattack, Computing, Fox News, State Department, Cyberwarfare, Computer Security, U S State Department, United States Department of Homeland Security, United States Cyber Command, Computer Network Security, Cyberwarfare In The United States


UK reports 32,253 new cases – as it happened

This blog is now closed. You can find all of our coverage of the pandemic here. 12.09am BST This blog is closing now but thanks very much for reading. We’ll be back in a few hours with more rolling coverage of the pandemic from all around the world.In the meantime you can catch up with all our coverage of the pandemic here. 10.51pm BST It started out well enough, writes Rob LeDonne.In the heart of New York City, on Central Park’s Great Lawn, the weather was overcast leading up to We Love...
Tags: UK, Science, New York City, UK News, World news, Infectious Diseases, Central Park, Coronavirus, Central Park 's Great Lawn, Rob LeDonne


Tropical Storm Henri Makes Landfall, Drenching New England

Heavy rains, storm surges, and dangerous winds from Tropical Storm Henri have left more than 120,000 people without power across the Northeast. After touching down in Rhode Island early Sunday afternoon, the storm is weakening quickly as it moves northwest, but the National Hurricane Center warns that heavy rains and…Read more...
Tags: Weather, Science, Environment, Joe Biden, Rhode Island, New England, Atlantic Hurricanes, National Hurricane Center, Henri, Tropical Cyclones, Tropical Storm Fay, Disaster Accident, Hurricanes In Haiti, Tropical Storm Henri, Hurricane Gloria




Facebook Releases Shelved Transparency Report on Its Most Popular Posts

After facing widespread criticism, Facebook has unveiled a transparency report that it initially shelved about the most popular posts on its public News Feed in the U.S. during the first quarter of 2021. The report offers a glimpse into how far misinformation about the covid-19 vaccine has spread online. Read more...
Tags: Facebook, Twitter, Science, Articles, Software, Gizmodo, Operating Systems, Misinformation, Fake News, Vaccine Hesitancy, Andy Stone, QAnon, Guy Rosen, Pseudohistory, Universal Windows Platform Apps, Far Right Politics In The United States


‘You Are Not a Horse. You Are Not a Cow.’ FDA Warns People Not to Take Animal Drugs to Treat Covid-19

It seems that the days of drinking bleach to treat or prevent covid-19, a dangerous and bogus practice promoted by former President Donald Trump, are not over. However, this time the hot faux cure on the market is a drug called ivermectin, which is used in animals to treat heartworm disease and internal and external…Read more...
Tags: Science, Drugs, Infectious Diseases, Fda, Donald Trump, Tropical Diseases, Ivermectin, Neglected Tropical Diseases, Medical Specialties, Health Medical Pharma, Helminthiases, Onchocerciasis, Strongyloidiasis, Spirurida, Dirofilaria Immitis, Veterinary Drugs


Black Canary Solo Film Finally Coming to the DC Cinematic Universe

Dinah Lance steps into the spotlight as a Black Canary movie is on its way!Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Netflix, Jennifer Lopez, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Black Canary, Huntress, Birds Of Prey, Margot Robbie, Ewan McGregor, Michael B Jordan, Lou, Jurnee Smollett, Misha Green, Dinah Lance


Trump's Border Wall Torn Apart by Arizona Monsoon Rains

It turns out ignoring bedrock environmental laws may not have been the best choice for a multibillion-dollar construction project. Photos show former President Donald Trump’s border wall in deep disrepair after summer monsoon rains literally blew floodgates off their hinges.Read more...
Tags: Science, Environment, Articles, Joe Biden, Meteorology, Donald Trump, Flood, Great Wall Of China, Trumpism, Douglas, Trump, Trump Wall, Border Barriers, Myles Traphagen, Conservatism In The United States, Physical Geography


The Afghan all-girls robotics team have been offered scholarships at 'incredible universities,' says Oklahoma mother who helped them escape the Taliban

Allyson Reneau with some members of the all-girl robotics team from Afghanistan. Allyson Reneau A mother from Oklahoma helped rescue members of the all-girl robotics team from Afghanistan. Allyson Reneau previously met the girls at a conference in 2019 and wanted to help them escape. Reneau told Insider the girls, who landed in Qatar this week, seem "safe, well, and happy." See more stories on Insider's business page. A 60-year-old Oklahoma mother who helped several members of an inte...
Tags: Science, News, Washington, US, America, Trends, Qatar, Afghanistan, Harvard, Taliban, Washington Dc, News UK, Kabul, Mars, Oklahoma, Donald Trump


Kevin Feige in No Rush to Make a Another Avengers Movie

Marvel Entertainment President Kevin Feige told Collider he is in no rush to make Avengers 5.Read more...
Tags: Science, Disney, Iron Man, Black Widow, Thor, Avengers, Vision, Hawkeye, Spider Man, Marvel Entertainment, Bruce Banner, Collider, Kevin Feige, Chi, Natasha Romanoff, Captain America The First Avenger


Coronavirus live news: UK reports 32,253 new cases as Ho Chi Minh City prepares for lockdown

Panic buying as Vietnamese city prepares for lockdown; UK also reports 49 further deathsPCR Covid test firm with links to UK Labour accused of failuresUK scientists look at halving boosters to save vaccine for rest of the worldTennessee radio host who criticised vaccine efforts dies of CovidCuba’s health system buckles under strain of overwhelming Covid surgeSee all our coronavirus coverage 5.32pm BST Doctors and staff working in GP surgeries across England are reporting a torrent of physica...
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Louisiana attorney general gave parents sample letters to help their children skirt mask-wearing guidance in schools

Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry. Tom Williams/CQ Roll Call Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry distributed sample letters that parents could use to claim exemption to COVID-19 guidelines. On his office's Facebook page, Landry posted letters that claim philosophical and religious exemptions to mask-wearing and vaccines. "I have philosophical objections that make it impossible for my child to comply with your COVID-19 policies related to vaccines and mask wearing," one letter s...
Tags: Health, Facebook, Politics, Science, News, Cdc, Masks, Trends, Louisiana, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Landry, John Bel Edwards, Edwards, Jeff Landry, Coronavirus, Yelena Dzhanova


Green Lantern Corps Actor Finn Wittrock Thinks New Series Will be Epic

Green Lantern is getting another chance at life, but this time on the small screen.Read more...
Tags: Comics, Hbo, Science, Green Lantern, Jeremy Irvine, John Stewart, Greg Berlanti, Marc Guggenheim, Geoff Johns, Jessica Cruz, Sarah Schechter, Finn Wittrock, WITTROCK, David Madden, Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner


Coronavirus live news: Ho Chi Minh City prepares for lockdown; UK reports 32,253 new cases

Panic buying as Vietnamese city prepares for lockdown; UK also reports 49 further deathsPCR Covid test firm with links to UK Labour accused of failuresUK scientists look at halving boosters to save vaccine for rest of the worldTennessee radio host who criticised vaccine efforts dies of CovidCuba’s health system buckles under strain of overwhelming Covid surgeSee all our coronavirus coverage 4.58pm BST Critically ill Covid patients are less likely to die or to require invasive ventilation if ...
Tags: UK, Science, UK News, World news, Infectious Diseases, Italy, UK Labour, Chi Minh City, Coronavirus


Full FDA approval of Pfizer Covid shot will enable vaccine requirements

FDA is trying to finish licensing process as soon as MondayRadio host who criticised vaccine efforts dies of Covid-19Full federal approval of Pfizer’s Covid-19 vaccine will empower businesses and universities to require vaccinations and tip hesitant Americans toward getting the jab, the surgeon general, Vivek Murthy, said on Sunday. Related: Breakthrough infections and booster shots: what you need to know Continue reading...
Tags: Health, Science, US news, Infectious Diseases, Fda, Vaccines and immunisation, Pfizer, Vivek Murthy, Coronavirus, MondayRadio


Coronavirus live news: Ho Chi Minh City prepares for lockdown; UK public to be offered antibody tests

Panic buying as Vietnamese city prepares for lockdown; some in UK who test positive will get antibody tests to compare immune responses to variantsPCR Covid test firm with links to UK Labour accused of failuresUK scientists look at halving boosters to save vaccine for rest of the worldTennessee radio host who criticised vaccine efforts dies of CovidCuba’s health system buckles under strain of overwhelming Covid surgeSee all our coronavirus coverage 3.36pm BST Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City is p...
Tags: UK, Science, UK News, World news, Infectious Diseases, Vietnam, UK Labour, Daily Mirror Continue, Chi Minh City, VN Express, Coronavirus, Channa Jayasumana


A Florida mom lost her 2 sons to COVID-19 in the span of 12 hours after they refused to get the vaccine

Florida mom Lisa Brandon recently lost her two sons to COVID-19. News4Jax Lisa Brandon's sons Free and Aaron Jaggi, 41 and 35, died within a day of each other due to COVID-19. Brandon told News4Jax that her sons refused to get vaccinated. Brandon got sick at the same time as her sons, but credits her milder case with having gotten vaccinated. See more stories on Insider's business page. A Florida mom lost two sons to COVID-19 within 12 hours of each other after they failed to get...
Tags: Florida, Science, Trends, David, News UK, Brandon, Coronavirus, COVID, Ashley Collman, UK Weekend, Lisa Brandon, Aaron Jaggi, Free Jaggi, News4Jax Brandon


Coronavirus live news: UK public to be offered antibody tests for first time; Iran reports record daily deaths

Some people who test positive will be sent antibody tests in scheme to measure body’s response to different variants; Iran reports 684 further deaths UK scientists look at halving boosters to save vaccine for rest of the worldTennessee radio host who criticised vaccine efforts dies of CovidCuba’s health system buckles under strain of overwhelming Covid surgeWuhan lab leak theory more about politics than scienceSee all our coronavirus coverage 12.27pm BST The city of Lake Charles, south-west ...
Tags: UK, Science, Mississippi, US, UK News, World news, Iran, Infectious Diseases, Louisiana, IRNA, Coronavirus, BST Iran, Lake Charles south west Louisiana, Sara Sneath


UK scientists look at reducing boosters to save vaccine for rest of the world

JCVI considers lower third jab dosage to release stocks for poorer nationsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageScientists in Britain are examining whether smaller doses of Covid vaccine could be used as part of booster programmes, amid hopes that the approach could also increase the supply of jabs across the world.The use of so-called “fractional doses” has been proposed as a way of ensuring that precious supplies can immunise as many people as possible in parts of the wor...
Tags: Health, UK, Science, Biology, Society, UK News, World news, Medical Research, Britain, Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Vaccines and immunisation, JCVI, Coronavirus


Coronavirus live news: UK public to be offered antibody tests for first time

Some people who test positive will be sent antibody tests in scheme to measure body’s response to different variants 10.00am BST Japan’s top coronavirus adviser has asked the government to call on doctors who have not been treating Covid patients to help tackle the wave of rapidly rising infections.“We hope they will be involved as much as possible. We want the state and local governments to make strong requests,” Shigeru Omi said in televised comments, the Japan Times reports. 9.51am BST...
Tags: Japan, UK, Science, UK News, World news, Infectious Diseases, Japan Times, Ellie Violet Bramley, Coronavirus, Shigeru Omi


The Wuhan lab leak theory is more about politics than science

Whatever this week’s Biden review finds, the cause of the pandemic lies in the destruction of animal habitatsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageIf Joe Biden’s security staff are up to the mark, a new report on the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic will be placed on the president’s desk this week. His team was given 90 days in May to review the virus’s origins after several US scientists indicated they were no longer certain about the source of Sars-CoV-2.It will be intrig...
Tags: Health, Science, Biology, China, Animals, US, Society, World news, Joe Biden, Medical Research, Asia Pacific, Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, World Health Organization, Biden, Wuhan



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