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Gun Mag Deals: US Palm Polymer 7.62X39 30rnds Banana Mags, Special Edition $25.99ea

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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's vaccine mandate ban won't make airlines or other large businesses drop their plans, legal experts say

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott. Reuters/Lucas Jackson Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order Monday banning vaccine mandates in the state. Legal experts told Insider the order is unlikely to have an impact on large businesses that will have to comply with a proposed federal vaccine mandate. Law professor Dale Carpenter called Abbott's order "more of a political statement than a legal statement." Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's executive order banning vaccine mandates in the state is un...
Tags: Transportation, Politics, Texas, Science, Trends, Joe Biden, University Of Houston, Biden, Southwest Airlines, American Airlines, Southwest, Abbott, Greg Abbott, Reuters, Carpenter, SMU


‘This Is Going To Be Georgia’s First Real Tough Road Test’: Adam Zucker Previews #2 Georgia Vs #18 Auburn, Plus 6 Other Games

(CBS Local Sports) – College football rolls along this week with a great slate of games across CBS and CBS Sports Network. CBS’ Matt Weiss spoke to CBS Sports’ Adam Zucker about this week’s matchups including a clash of top 25 teams with Georgia and Auburn plus the number one team in the country, Alabama, heading to College Station to lock horns with the Aggies. #2 Georgia at #18 Auburn: Saturday, October 9, 3:30pm ET on CBS “It’s Georgia-Auburn and because it’s at Jordan-Hare Stadium, you never...
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‘This Is Going To Be Georgia’s First Real Tough Road Test’: Adam Zucker Previews #2 Georgia Vs #18 Auburn, Plus 6 Other Games

(CBS Local Sports) – College football rolls along this week with a great slate of games across CBS and CBS Sports Network. CBS’ Matt Weiss spoke to CBS Sports’ Adam Zucker about this week’s matchups including a clash of top 25 teams with Georgia and Auburn plus the number one team in the country, Alabama, heading to College Station to lock horns with the Aggies. #2 Georgia at #18 Auburn: Saturday, October 9, 3:30pm ET on CBS “It’s Georgia-Auburn and because it’s at Jordan-Hare Stadium, you never...
Tags: Texas, Maryland, Navy, Stanford, Sports, Alabama, LSU, Georgia, New, Wyoming, Arkansas, Hawaii, Miami, Cbs, Mississippi State, Auburn


TCU and SMU scuffle after Mustangs' attempt to plant flag at midfield

SMU's attempt at flagplanting on TCU logo gets denied after 42-34 road victory in Fort Worth.       [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Fort Worth, TCU, SMU, Mustangs


Timberwolves win 2015 NBA Draft Lottery, Lakers second

NBA The Timberwolves won Tuesday’s NBA Draft lottery, but the biggest news may have the Lakers moving up from fourth to second in June’s draft. Although Kentucky center Karl-Anthony Towns is expected to be the No. 1 pick, Duke center Jahlil Okafor is a strong No. 2. The Timberwolves will now have to decide which 6-11 freshman they want. MORE: Wiggins declares T’wolves ‘uprising’ | What to do with Rubio? To...
Tags: Travel, Minnesota, Kentucky, China, Nba, Wisconsin, Croatia, Magic, Rockets, Espn, Ohio State, Duke, Louisville, Thunder, Lakers, Raptors


‘Bryce Young Has Been Outstanding As A First-Year Starter’: CBS’s Brian Jones Previews #1 Alabama Vs. #14 Florida, Other Week 3 Games

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Tags: Utah, Florida, Sports, Alabama, Iowa, Army, Cbs, SEC, University Of Arizona, CBS Sports, BYU, UConn, Young, Jones, Cyclones, Gainesville


Rams’ Bryce Perkins, running backs show more in loss to Raiders

Rams Xavier Jones, #25, goes for extra yardage before being taken out of bounds by Raiders Javin White, #53, during first half action at their pre-season game at SoFi Stadium Saturday, August 21, 2021. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Raiders DJ Turner, #19, is brought down by Rams Greg Gaines, #91, during first half action at their pre-season game at SoFi Stadium Saturday, August 21, 2021. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Raiders QB Nathan Peterman...
Tags: Utah, Maryland, Sports, NFL, Raiders, Sport, Soccer, Chargers, Jones, Funk, Henderson, Perkins, Broncos, Hughes, Los Angeles Rams, Rams


P-glycoprotein shows ability to remove a toxin associated with Alzheimer's from the brain

\A team of SMU biological scientists has confirmed that P-glycoprotein (P-gp) has the ability to remove a toxin from the brain that is associated with Alzheimer's disease.
Tags: Health, SMU


P-glycoprotein removes Alzheimer's-associated toxin from the brain

A team of SMU biological scientists has confirmed that P-glycoprotein (P-gp) has the ability to remove a toxin from the brain that is associated with Alzheimer's disease.
Tags: Science, SMU


The US is scrambling to deal with cyberattacks, and that may mean new roles and missions for special-ops units

Trucks lined up at a Colonial Pipeline facility. Jay Reeves/AP A spate of cyberattacks has the US government scrambling to devise a response. Increasing interconnectivity also means the the public and private companies are more exposed. For US special operators, the trend may mean more responsibility and more operations in the cyber domain. See more stories on Insider's business page. SolarWinds. Colonial Pipeline. New York City's subway. These are only some of the targets of cyber...
Tags: South Korea, Isis, California, Nsa, China, Germany, Russia, Southeast Asia, US, International, Trends, Dhs, Fbi, Cyberattack, Nato, Royal Navy


Forr The Planet: Sustainability Interview Series – Dr. Suku Nair, SMU AT&T Center for Virtualization

Photo by Abhinav Sunil The intersection of how technology platforms are evolving and how it both affects and aids sustainability is a topic that Forrester’s sustainability team is currently studying. On this, we spoke with Dr. Suku Nair, one of the most respected computer scientists in the country now. He currently heads the SMU AT&T […]
Tags: Marketing, Sustainability, Blockchain, Forrester, Climate Action, Age Of The Customer, Digital Disruption, SMU, Chief Marketing Officer, Architecture & Technology Strategy, AI Insights, CIO insights, Cloud Computing Trends, Suku Nair, SMU AT amp ; T Center for Virtualization, Abhinav Sunil


The uneven benefits of CSR efforts

When reaping benefits from environmental and social activities, not all firms are created equal. Tangible asset-intensive industries do better than intangibles-heavy ones, SMU research has found.
Tags: Science, CSR, SMU


The Diversity of Performing Arts Audiences: Weighing Organizational Factors and Business Decisions

The pursuit of audiences and artists who come from, and speak for, various subgroups can enrich any shared arts experience aesthetically, emotionally, and socially. Longer term, it can translate to broader support and buy-in for arts organizations — in short, to more staying power. Still, it’s not always clear which business decisions can drive this objective. Re-enter SMU DataArts. – Sunil Iyengar
Tags: Art, Ajblogs, SMU, 05.06.21


Not just for finding planets: Exoplanet-hunter TESS telescope spots bright gamma-ray burst

NASA has a long tradition of unexpected discoveries, and the space program's TESS mission is no different. SMU astrophysicist and her team have discovered a particularly bright gamma-ray burst using a NASA telescope designed to find exoplanets - those occurring outside our solar system - particularly those that might be able to support life. It's the first time a gamma-ray burst has been found this way.
Tags: Science, Nasa, SMU


The Station: Breaking down TuSimple’s S-1

The Station is a weekly newsletter dedicated to all things transportation. Sign up here — just click The Station — to receive it every weekend in your inbox. Hi friends and new readers, welcome to The Station. A few items before we jump into the news. Rebecca Bellan, who started writing for TechCrunch earlier this month, is going to be contributing to the micromobbin’ section as part of her focus on ebikes, scooters and other personal mobility vehicles. Reach out to her at [email protected]
Tags: Apple, Transportation, London, Microsoft, California, Washington, Senate, Russia, Berlin, San Francisco, Tech, Tesla, Ces, Automotive, United States, Gm


Charting our changing cities

The global outbreak has resulted in remarkable shifts in city living. Researchers can take the lead in kickstarting conversations on public policies for cities of the future, say SMU professors.
Tags: Science, SMU


The negative effects of powerful political connections

SMU Assistant Professor Kim Jungbae's research found that governments located within the constituencies of powerful congressional members reduce their stewardship over public resources.
Tags: Science, SMU, Kim Jungbae


Bringing AI into the real world

For practical problem-solving, AI researchers need to look beyond their field and collaborate with social scientists and other domain experts, SMU professors concurred at a GYSS 2021 panel.
Tags: Science, SMU


Inside the marriage of Washington power couple Ted and Heidi Cruz, who played Aladdin's 'A Whole New World' at their wedding and spend most of their time in separate states

Republican Sen. Ted Cruz and Heidi Cruz have been married since 2001, and have two daughters. Alex Wong/Getty Images Sen. Ted Cruz is facing backlash for traveling to Mexico while Texas faces a deadly winter storm.  Cruz's wife, Heidi Cruz, is no stranger to the scrutiny that comes with being a politician's spouse. Here's a full timeline of Ted and Heidi Cruz's two-decade-long relationship.  Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Sen. Ted Cruz is back in the spotlight afte...
Tags: Politics, Texas, Marriage, Washington, Mexico, Life, Senate, Disney, US, Trends, Ted, Features, Austin, Atlantic, Ted Cruz, New York Times


Witness fumbles at Mbati’s parliament inquiry

The sole remaining witness flounders on the first day of the higher education portfolio committee investigation into SMU vice-chancellor Professor Peter Mbati The post Witness fumbles at Mbati’s parliament inquiry appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Education, Eff, Parliament, Inquiry, Council, ANC, SMU, Top Six, South Africa (country, Peter Mbati, University Of Venda, Portfolio Committee On Higher Education, Shirley Mabusela, Eric Nemekula, Juneas Lekgetha, Sefako Makgatho University of Health Sciences


Ancient indigenous New Mexican community knew how to sustainably coexist with wildfire

Wildfires are the enemy when they threaten homes in California and elsewhere. But a new study led by SMU suggests that people living in fire-prone places can learn to manage fire as an ally to prevent dangerous blazes, just like people who lived nearly 1,000 years ago.
Tags: Science, California, SMU


Special operators describe an overlooked vulnerability highlighted in the Capitol Hill riot

The FireEye booth at the 2016 Black Hat cyber-security conference in Las Vegas, August 3, 2016 David Becker/Reuters The FireEye hack and the rioters who breached Capitol Hill were two more visible signs of a growing conflict in cyberspace being waged by state actors and private individuals. Government and private entities, high-profile officials, and everyday people are all targets in that conflict, but there are many things that they can do to improve their security online and in real lif...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Politics, North Korea, Russia, US, International, Trends, Cybersecurity, Fbi, Cyberattack, House, Moscow, Homeland Security, Capitol Hill, Pentagon


Here’s to hoping Joe Biden remembers his ‘you can’t eat equality’ line

Hillary Clinton’s defeat by Donald Trump in 2016 generated a lot of soul searching among Democrats confused about how they could lose to such a loathsome creature. Predictably, Sen. Bernie Sanders, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the rest of the growing left-wing of the party called for more efforts to fight inequality, social injustice, racism, globalism, and whatever other –ism of the day motivates their always-outraged, activist followers on any given day. Clinton seemed content to put on h...
Tags: Facebook, Hong Kong, Opinion, Singapore, America, Sport, Joe Biden, Soccer, Democrats, Hillary Clinton, Congo, Venezuela, West Virginia University, Biden, Donald Trump, James Dean


Rams, with backup QB, try to beat Cardinals and limp into playoffs

Sunday could bring an end to one of the more up-and-down, promising but disappointing, exhilarating yet frustrating, generally unusual seasons in Rams history. More likely, the final day of the regular season will bring a fresh start and a clean slate for a Rams team just hoping to limp into the playoffs and then get healthy. “If we win this game, the sky’s the limit,” defensive tackle Aaron Donald said. The Rams (9-6) go into the game against the Arizona Cardinals (8-7) at SoFi Stadium with unt...
Tags: Sports, NFL, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Arizona, New Orleans, Arizona Cardinals, Drake, Seattle, Seahawks, Robert Woods, Jones, Morgan Fox, St Louis Rams, Brown


Saturday College Football Odds & Picks: USC vs. Arizona State, Nebraska vs. Northwestern, More Best Bets for Week 10’s Noon Kickoffs

Looking to bet Saturday college football? We've got the FBS games covered, including Nebraska vs. Nebraska, Temple vs. SMU, and USC vs....
Tags: Nebraska, Usc, SMU, Arizona State Nebraska, Nebraska Temple


Work-at-home crowd prefers to relocate to places with lower taxes, less regulation

When people can work wherever they want, where do they choose to live? And perhaps more importantly, where do they choose to leave? Traditionally, decisions about where to live have been closely tied to decisions about where to work. If you got a job in Phoenix, you head to Phoenix. COVID-19-related workplace disruptions caused many companies to move all or part of their operations temporarily online. As the pandemic has dragged on, many of these virtual workplace arrangements have become perman...
Tags: New York, California, Opinion, West Virginia, Sport, Soccer, Idaho, Maine, Lausd, North America, Illinois, Dianne Feinstein, Phoenix, John Phillips, SMU, New York California


Cowboys move forward after Dak Prescott injury, plan to sign ex-SMU QB Garrett Gilbert

Sunday was a day of shock, sadness and bittersweet celebration, as the Cowboys lost quarterback Dak Prescott, their undisputed...
Tags: Cowboys, Dak Prescott, SMU, Garrett Gilbert


SMU student section removed from game seemingly for failure to adhere to COVID-19 guidelines

Police removed the entire SMU student section from the game against Memphis seemingly due to failures in adhering to COVID-19 guidelines.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Memphis, SMU


Blame the expanding government for our bitter, polarized politics

The chances of a chaotic unprincipled ending to the presidential election — an outcome dictated by lawyers and judges rather than decided by voters — seems real enough. We have tight races in several key states where ballot rules change on the whim of a judge.  We have partisans on both sides who’ve publicly announced they may not accept a loss. This is not good. We already have a divided democracy that struggles to produce coherent policy. The only thing worse would be a divided democracy that ...
Tags: Supreme Court, California, Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Social Security, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Nixon, Michael Davis, SMU, Richard Nixon, Gloria Romero, Fraser Institute, Guest Commentary