Steve August 3, 2021

Pro-Trump protesters and Proud Boys march in front of the Capitol Building on January 6, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Jon Cherry/Getty Images) This article originally appeared on AlterNet. There is a civil war brewing within the Republican Party in Nevada. According to The Las Vegas Sun, tensions began to rise when members of the Clark County […]

Steve August 3, 2021

In this installment of the FiveThirtyEight Politics podcast, the crew discusses the two special primary elections taking place in Ohio and what those races may mean for the 2022 midterms. They also talk about the California recall election — which, according to a recent poll, shows greater support for recalling Gov. Gavin Newsom — and […]

Steve August 3, 2021

Shortly after it formed, the Moon was covered in a global ocean of molten rock (magma). As the magma ocean cooled and solidified, dense minerals sank to form the mantle layer, while less-dense minerals floated to form the surface crust. Later intense bombardment by massive asteroids and comets punched through the crust, blasting out pieces […]

Steve August 3, 2021

A team of researchers headquartered at the University of Massachusetts Amherst has recently discovered that fear plays an important, unrecognized role in the underdevelopment, and increased vulnerability, of backyard songbirds. Scientists have long known that urban songbirds face a host of increased challenges, from habitat loss to altered food sources and a larger population of […]

Steve August 3, 2021

For much of 2020, Andrew Cuomo pitched himself as the greatest crisis manager in American politics. His Covid-19 press conferences set the tone, oscillating between light touches—discussions of familial dynamics in quarantine, celebrity cameos, and props—stern warnings, and inspirational speeches. For a time, they proved to be the perfect counter-programming to the avalanche of distortions […]

Steve August 3, 2021

NEW YORK (AP) — A recommendation to nullify the election results of an Amazon union vote in Bessemer, Alabama is breathing new life into the labor movement. The recommendation was issued Monday by a hearing officer for the National Labor Relations Board, who said that Amazon potentially interfered with the April election in which warehouse […]

Steve August 3, 2021

SEATTLE (AP) — The divorce of Bill Gates and Melinda French Gates has been finalized. The Microsoft co-founder and his wife announced in May they were ending their 27-year marriage and on Monday a King County Superior Court judge signed the dissolution decree. The New York Times reports the court documents didn’t detail how they […]

Steve August 3, 2021

Iraqi soldiers from the 1st Iraqi Army Division and U.S. Soldiers board a U.S. Marine Corps CH-53 Super Stallion helicopter at Camp Ramadi, Iraq, Nov. 15, 2009, during a static loading exercise being conducted to prepare for upcoming missions. The Soldiers are assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 504th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 1st Brigade Combat Team, […]

Steve August 3, 2021

Venmo is a popular peer-to-peer payment app. It aims to make it easier to split the bill or pay someone back who fronted the money for a joint venture. While Venmo is convenient, there are potential serious privacy issues that come along with using the app. Venmo may be a payment app first and foremost; […]

Steve August 3, 2021

If you’re looking for a smartwatch that looks like a regular watch when you’re not using it to track your health and fitness, you may want to go with a Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 Smartwatch. No one will know you’re wearing a smartwatch if you don’t want them to when you’re at the office or […]

Steve August 3, 2021

3 August 2021 What was claimed The Australian government has admitted Covid-19 vaccines are a poison. Our verdict Under Western Australian legislation, vaccines (alongside medicines such as paracetamol) are classed as poisons. This is just a legal definition, and does not mean the government is saying they are dangerous or planning to poison people. What […]

Steve August 3, 2021

By: Tadi Abedje There has been a rise in college athletes deciding to take their talents and education to historically Black colleges and universities, from Makur Maker to Hercy Miller, and now Amirah O’Neal. Her younger brother, Shaqir, is also attending Texas Southern University.  She made the announcement on her Instagram page, on which she has approximately 116,000 followers.  “I see the doubt in they faces, they didn’t […]