Steve April 8, 2021

Get ready because the Freeform series Everything’s Gonna Be Okay is returning for a second season, and the Moss family we know and love is cooking up even more drama.  Australian comedian Josh Thomas, creator of the drama Please Like Me, perfectly captured the highs and lows in his latest coming-of-age series, Everything’s Gonna Be Okay. The first season’s […]

Steve April 8, 2021

Amid a recent rash of gun violence, President Joe Biden took executive action on gun reform Thursday, including placing new restrictions on pistol modification and nominating an anti-gun advocate to helm the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF). Biden’s actions are significant but address only a very small part of America’s enormous gun […]

Steve April 8, 2021

image copyrightPolice handoutsimage captionHashem Abedi (left) and Ahmed Hassan are both being held at Frankland Prison, County Durham The brother of the Manchester Arena bomber has said in court he regards a prison officer he is accused of assaulting as a “filthy pig”. Hashem Abedi appeared at Westminster Magistrates’ Court accused of assaulting Paul Edwards […]

Steve April 8, 2021

Quick Take A video showing Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg departing the White House on a bike was misrepresented by conservative commentators online, with some claiming he “staged” the ride. There’s no evidence for that claim, and the Department of Transportation said he traveled from the department to the White House — a three-mile trip — […]

Steve April 8, 2021

Matter is a lush tapestry, woven from a complex assortment of threads. Diverse subatomic particles weave together to fabricate the universe we inhabit. But a century ago, people believed that matter was so simple that it could be constructed with just two types of subatomic fibers — electrons and protons. That vision of matter was […]

Steve April 8, 2021

Future Of Rare-Earth Mining Project In Question After Greenland’s Election The victory of the opposition party in Greenland’s parliamentary elections has raised doubts about the future of a controversial rare-earth mining project in the territory. AILSA CHANG, HOST: In Greenland, the center-left Siumut party has dominated politics since the nation won the right to home […]

Steve April 8, 2021

The United States government plans to expand a program for monitoring the Mexico border through cutting edge artificial intelligence technology. At the vanguard of the project is Anduril, a nerd-chic tech firm with ties to Palantir. Delivery orders, statements of work, and contracts obtained by Shadowproof help to illustrate the scope and potential outcomes of […]

Steve April 8, 2021

Listen to a recap of the top stories of the day from Electrek. Quick Charge is available now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, TuneIn and our RSS feed for Overcast and other podcast players. New episodes of Quick Charge are recorded Monday through Thursday and again on Saturday. Subscribe to our podcast in Apple Podcast or your favorite podcast player to guarantee […]

Steve April 8, 2021

After a six-week break, Formula E returns this weekend with another double header in Rome. Better yet, races are planned to continue every two weeks from now until at least through the start of June. We’ve also got some Formula E news that’s happened in the last month, including long-term commitments to the series from […]

Steve April 8, 2021

EV charging solutions company XL Fleet announced a partnership with UBS Arena and the New York Islanders that could create one of the largest EV charging sites in the US. The partnership will allow XL Fleet to install up to 1,000 charging stations at UBS Arena’s 43-acre site, which is the future home of the […]

Steve April 8, 2021

Drinks at Babylon later are on Peacock, because a “Queer as Folk” reboot is officially heading to the streaming service.  A “vibrant reimagining” of groundbreaking series has been given an eight-episode, straight-to-series order with creator Russell T. Davies returning to executive produce, according to Variety. The reboot is set to bring a fresh crop of LGBTQ […]

Steve April 8, 2021

Researchers said this week that a vaccine for HIV is a possibility after recent clinical trials were promising, according to ABC News. The International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) and The Scripps Research Institute in La Jolla, California, conducted the research, according to the report. “The vaccine showed success in stimulating the production of rare immune […]