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Steve October 20, 2021

Surgeons successfully attach a pig’s kidney to a human body in a potentially key advance that could one day to lead to the use of animal organs for life-saving transplants. For the first time, a pig kidney has been transplanted into a human without triggering an immediate rejection by the recipient’s immune system, a potentially […]

Steve October 20, 2021

London-based Guernica 37 legal team argues key figures in Saudi Arabia, UAE were complicit in crimes against humanity. Human rights lawyers have filed a complaint to British police accusing senior government figures in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates of complicity in war crimes in Yemen. The London-based Guernica 37 legal team submitted their […]

Steve October 20, 2021

If someone asked you which of the world’s major cities has the most electric buses in operation outside of China, would your first guess be the capital of a country that’s one of the planet’s largest fossil fuel producers, and that seldom generates any EV-related news in the US press (except for an impractical plan […]

Steve October 20, 2021

eVersum, an Austrian manufacturer of electric commercial passenger vehicles, has selected automated charging innovator Rocsys to develop autonomous robotic charging systems for eVersum’s eShuttles. Robotic charging solutions are new to the market, and industry standards are currently in development. The two companies will work together to develop communication protocols that eVersum’s vehicle and Rocsys’s robot […]

Steve October 20, 2021

Congress is fighting over whether the $3.5 trillion proposal is going to get just a little trim or a serious haircut. Most media reports and most Democrats list some combination of the following benefits and investments the plan would bring: childcare, universal pre-K, free community college, and more funding to address the climate crisis. These […]

Steve October 20, 2021

In an interview in 2000, Wes Anderson explained the psychic charge he felt from The New Yorker magazine as an aspiring fiction writer growing up in Houston. He loved “reading all the stuff [he] wasn’t going to get to do” in “Goings on About Town.” It seemed to him that in New York, all the […]

Steve October 20, 2021

Home Fact Check Posted By: Media Bias Fact Check October 20, 2021 Each day Media Bias Fact Check selects and publishes fact checks from around the world. We only utilize fact-checkers that are either a signatory of the International Fact-Checking Network (IFCN) or have been verified as credible by MBFC. Further, we review each fact […]

Steve October 20, 2021

Tesla Model X buyers are left in the dark as deliveries start and some people who have placed an order a year ago still don’t know when they will get their car. Electrek has learned that Tesla expects more clarity on Model X delivery timelines next month. Tesla didn’t produce the Model X for about […]

Steve October 20, 2021

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) was ripped by another lawmaker as a “hateful bigot” for a tweet about Dr. Rachel Levine, the assistant health secretary who on Tuesday was sworn in as the country’s first transgender four-star officer. The conspiracy theory-endorsing Colorado Republican responded to Levine’s appointment as an admiral in the U.S. Public Health Service […]

Steve October 20, 2021

Netflix co-CEO Ted Sarandos admitted Tuesday that he “screwed up” with his blanket defense of comedian Dave Chappelle in emails sent to employees earlier this month. Sarandos’s comments to The Wall Street Journal and Variety were published on the night before a group of transgender employees at Netflix plan to stage a company-wide walkout over […]

Steve October 20, 2021

“I don’t think there’s any Republican who doesn’t think the IRS should be able to identify tax evaders and taxes that are being evaded. The question is, do you need to create a mechanism where the people of America have to give up their privacy on all of their financial transactions in order to do […]

Steve October 20, 2021

Source: AP By ALBERT AJI and BASSEM MROUE DAMASCUS, Syria (AP) — Two bombs attached to a bus carrying Syrian troops exploded in Damascus during the morning rush hour Wednesday, a military official said. Fourteen people were killed in the attack, one of the deadliest in the capital in years. While the Syrian government’s decade-long […]

Steve October 20, 2021

More reopenings are being planned as people continue to get vaccinated, but authorities fear a new surge in cases. Tehran, Iran – Iran is bracing for a sixth major wave of COVID-19 infections even as its nationwide vaccination efforts have accelerated in recent weeks. Health Minister Bahram Einollahi said on Tuesday it is “certain” the […]