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[Science] This Blood Test Targets 50 Types of Cancer Grail’s Galleri aims to screen for many more types of tumor than was previously possible. Large-scale clinical trials are underway. Published:3/30/2023 6:13:53 AM
[Science] How to End Bias and Taboos in Women’s Health Care Equity will require educating medical staff, reducing maternity and fertility costs for employees, and investing more in female health research. Published:3/29/2023 9:38:34 AM
[Science] More than 6 in 10 do not want Trump as president: Poll More than 6 in 10 adults do not want former President Donald Trump, who appears to be on the verge of being indicted by a Manhattan grand jury, to be elected president again. Published:3/27/2023 2:52:28 PM
[Science] Plastics Are Devastating the Guts of Seabirds New research shows that seabirds’ ingestion of the pollutant scars their insides—a new disease called “plasticosis”—and may disturb their microbiomes. Published:3/27/2023 10:15:38 AM
[Science] California’s Atmospheric Rivers Are Getting Worse As climate change makes storms warmer and wetter, the state’s flood control system is struggling to keep up. Published:3/25/2023 7:13:36 AM
[Science] Biden’s approval rating is dropping (The Center Square) – President Joe Biden’s approval rating dropped again, nearing the lowest point since he took office, a new poll shows. Published:3/24/2023 8:05:00 AM
[Science] Climate Freeloaders Are Destroying the Planet Governments are ignoring calls to stop fossil fuel expansion—despite there being little time left to avoid the worst effects of global warming. Published:3/23/2023 1:18:10 AM
[Science] America seems to go crazy every 50 years or so Amid news that Donald Trump is about to be indicted by a hyperpartisan prosecutor and of his hysterical responses, and prompted by vagrant reading about the War of 1812 and Woodrow Wilson’s violations of civil liberties in World War I, a thought occurred to me. America seems to go crazy every 50 years or so. Published:3/22/2023 12:13:12 PM
[Science] This Is the Lightest Paint in the World An energy-saving coating needs no pigments, and it keeps the surface beneath it 30 degrees cooler. Published:3/22/2023 6:15:42 AM
[Science] 'Never-again Trumper' Paul Ryan says indictment would help former president Former House Speaker Paul Ryan said an indictment would help Donald Trump’s 2024 bid and that he is rooting for anyone but the former president this time around. Published:3/21/2023 5:49:43 PM
[Science] The Quest for Injectable Brain Implants Has Begun The hard electrodes inserted into the brain to treat Parkinson’s and paralysis damage the organ’s soft tissue. A new invention could change that. Published:3/21/2023 6:30:32 AM
[Science] The IPCC’s Climate Report Foretells Humanity’s Future The IPCC’s synopsis of the state of climate science warns that we’re running out of time to avoid ever-worsening disaster. Published:3/20/2023 8:18:39 AM
[Science] Senators urging reconsideration of new fee proposal for work visas (The Center Square) – A new proposed rule that would increase fees for nonimmigrant work visas by an average of 225% has come under fire from a bipartisan group of congressional members. Published:3/19/2023 12:52:24 AM
[Science] Solar Panels Floating in Reservoirs? We’ll Drink to That Floating photovoltaic systems, or “floatovoltaics,” provide electricity and reduce evaporation. Plus, you don’t need to clear land for a solar farm. Published:3/13/2023 11:16:17 AM
[Science] WATCH: Lincoln Memorial undercroft receives $69 million renovation For 100 years, the Lincoln Memorial has been a Washington, D.C., staple — it’s seen by millions of visitors each year. Published:3/13/2023 10:26:51 AM
[Science] How Quantum Physicists ‘Flipped Time’ (and Didn’t) In 2022, two teams made photons act as if time were simultaneously flowing in both directions, which could point to a way to boost quantum devices. Published:3/12/2023 7:17:51 AM
[Science] As Millions of Solar Panels Age Out, Recyclers Hope to Cash In Photovoltaic panels contain valuable metals, including silver and copper—but the supply of expired panels may overwhelm the capacity to process them. Published:3/11/2023 7:08:20 AM
[Science] No One Knows if You Need Another Covid Booster It’s cellular immunity, not antibodies, that probably protects against the coronavirus’s worst effects—and scientists haven’t worked out how long it lasts. Published:3/9/2023 6:07:14 AM
[Science] Disgraced Democrat's resignation could soon tie up the Pennsylvania state House HARRISBURG — Embattled Pennsylvania state Rep. Mike Zabel — a Delaware County Democrat who was facing numerous allegations of sexual harassment — has announced in a letter to House Speaker Joanna McClinton (D) that he will resign his seat effective March 16. Published:3/8/2023 3:11:32 PM
[Science] Disgraced Democrat's resignation could soon tie up the Pa. state House HARRISBURG — Embattled Pennsylvania state Rep. Mike Zabel — a Delaware County Democrat who was facing numerous allegations of sexual harassment — has announced in a letter to House Speaker Joanna McClinton (D) that he will resign his seat effective March 16. Published:3/8/2023 2:41:23 PM
[Science] Microplastics Are Polluting the Ocean at a Shocking Rate Some 11 billion pounds of plastic particles are blanketing the surface alone. But a new study points to hope—if countries act now. Published:3/8/2023 1:13:40 PM
[Science] It’s Time for a Flu Vaccine—for Birds Avian influenza has killed millions of birds. Shots to prevent it already exist. Why isn’t the entire poultry industry using them? Published:3/8/2023 6:16:22 AM
[Science] Mike Pence reveals what he think is his greatest strength if he runs in 2024 Former Vice President Mike Pence has revealed what he thinks is his greatest strength if he chooses to run for president in the 2024 election. Published:3/6/2023 12:46:15 PM
[Science] The Food System Is Awful for the Climate. It Doesn’t Have to Be New modeling estimates that food production could add a degree Celsius to global warming. But it also points to powerful ways to make diets more sustainable. Published:3/6/2023 12:46:15 PM
[Science] Cute Animals Are Overrated. Let’s Save the Weird Ones One million species are at risk of extinction, but a handful of charismatic creatures get all the hype. A new conservation strategy has a different focus. Published:2/28/2023 2:39:40 PM
[Science] You Can Turn Your Backyard Into a Biodiversity Hotspot New research shows that if done right, urban farms and gardens can support all kinds of species—for the good of people and the environment. Published:2/27/2023 7:11:12 AM
[Science] Carter: Still a model for candidates asking ‘Why not me?' ATLANTA (AP) — As the 2024 campaign season begins, political players are looking in the mirror and deciding whether they see an American president staring back. Published:2/26/2023 4:12:44 PM
[Science] Bill would give Colorado counties power to restrict discharge of firearms (The Center Square) – Colorado counties would be able to prohibit people from discharging firearms in specific unincorporated areas under a bill moving through the state House. Published:2/25/2023 8:11:33 AM
[Science] Israel's youth overwhelmingly more right-wing politically than older generations: Poll New polling data show Israel's youth population is overwhelmingly right-leaning politically, in a stark difference from previous generations and Western countries. Published:2/23/2023 12:29:54 PM
[Science] ‘Anti-Woke’ candidate announces presidential bid (The Center Square) – A new Republican candidate threw his hat into the presidential race late Tuesday, focusing his campaign on an “anti-woke” agenda. Published:2/23/2023 8:10:10 AM
[Science] Fat, Sugar, Salt ... You’ve Been Thinking About Food All Wrong Scientists are asking tough questions about the health effects of ultra-processed diets. The answers are complicated—and surprising. Published:2/22/2023 6:15:21 AM
[Science] Vivek Ramaswamy runs for president: 'Unapologetic pursuit of excellence in this country' COLUMBUS, Ohio — Vivek Ramaswamy is sitting in his home in the heartland state that holds the distinction of sending more presidents to the White House than any other. The biotech entrepreneur is multitasking like any father working from his home office — simultaneously enjoying his toddler darting back and forth and getting ready to launch his run for the Republican nomination for president the next day. Published:2/21/2023 8:29:49 PM
[Science] This Lab-Grown Skin Could Revolutionize Transplants A new kind of “edgeless” engineered tissue can fit any irregular shape, paving the way for hand and face grafts that look and move better. Published:2/21/2023 6:11:39 AM
[Science] GOP governor calls MTG's rhetoric 'evil' Gov. Spencer Cox (R-UT) fired back at Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's (R-GA) calls for a "national divorce" Monday, calling the idea "evil." Published:2/20/2023 4:46:23 PM
[Science] Whitmer kidnapping trial advances (The Center Square) – More than two years after the alleged plot to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer was foiled, criminal cases against alleged perpetrators are still working their way through the court system. Published:2/20/2023 1:17:58 PM
[Science] A Stroke Paralyzed Her Arm. This Implant Let Her Use It Again Electrical stimulation applied to the spinal cord temporarily restored arm and hand movement in two patients. Published:2/20/2023 10:14:25 AM
[Science] The Floods, the Farms, and the River That Roared Back Agriculture beat the Salinas into submission. Now, it has returned with a fury. Published:2/18/2023 7:07:45 AM
[Science] New Zealand Faces a Future of Flood and Fire The country’s climate woes are just beginning and will likely include rising heat and drought, as well as stronger cyclones. Published:2/17/2023 12:12:34 PM
[Science] Congressman Gallagher worried about flying objects, Biden Admin response (The Center Square) – One of Wisconsin’s Republican U.S. congressmen is very worried about the things caught flying over the country, but he’s also worried about how President Biden is responding. Published:2/16/2023 6:55:19 AM
[Science] A Robot Finds More Trouble Under the Doomsday Glacier Underneath thousands of feet of Thwaites Glacier’s solid ice, a bot filmed peculiar features, where melting is much faster. It’s an ominous sign for rising sea levels. Published:2/15/2023 10:14:24 AM
[Science] A Novel Male Birth Control Could Be an ‘On-Off Switch for Sperm’ A new compound halts sperm in their tracks. It’s fast-acting, temporary, hormone-free, and highly effective—in mice. Published:2/14/2023 10:11:59 AM
[Science] House GOP looks to make Trump tax cuts permanent: Lower rates, child tax credit, SALT cap House Republicans proposed legislation on Monday that would make permanent several expiring tax cuts enacted as part of the 2017 tax overhaul. Published:2/13/2023 12:16:41 PM
[Science] Wanted: Dead Birds and Bats, Felled by Renewables Scientists say collecting, studying, and storing the carcasses from wind and solar facilities can unlock new insights. Published:2/11/2023 7:06:21 AM
[Science] This Fake Skin Fools Mosquitoes—to Fight the Diseases They Spread Research on new repellents and the viruses these insects carry relies on lab animals and human volunteers. What if there was a better option? Published:2/9/2023 12:50:47 PM
[Science] Sanders says Biden administration 'doubling down on crazy' (The Center Square) - Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders said President Joe Biden's administration is hijacked by the "radical left" and called for a new generation of Republican leadership in the GOP response to the president's State of the Union address. Published:2/8/2023 10:57:00 AM
[Science] Byron Donalds snaps at Democrats for calling border hearing 'white nationalism' event A black Republican member of the House Committee on Oversight and Accountability erupted at the start of a hearing on the border crisis at Democrats' characterizing it as a chance to "amplify white nationalist conspiracy theories." Published:2/7/2023 11:43:54 AM
[Science] The Antibiotic Resistance Crisis Has a Troubling Twist A major new UN report says we’ve ignored the role of environmental degradation in fueling the superbugs that kill 1.27 million people each year. Published:2/7/2023 8:41:21 AM
[Science] A Bold Plan to Beam Solar Energy Down From Space The European Space Agency is exploring a unique way to dramatically cut carbon emissions by tapping sunlight closer to the source. Published:2/7/2023 6:12:29 AM
[Science] Earthquake Aftershocks May Rock Turkey and Syria for Months, Even Years Monday’s massive earthquake has triggered a swarm of aftershocks, which will make a humanitarian disaster even more devastating. Published:2/6/2023 6:36:44 PM
[Science] A Looming El Niño Could Dry the Amazon When a warm band of water develops in the Pacific, drought grips the rainforest. The Amazon, devastated by deforestation and fires, is especially vulnerable. Published:2/6/2023 10:08:18 AM
[Science] Democrats decide to shake up start of 2024 presidential primary PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Democratic Party on Saturday approved the reordering of its 2024 presidential primary, replacing Iowa with South Carolina in the leadoff spot as part of a major shake-up meant to empower Black and other minority voters critical to its base of support. Published:2/4/2023 11:53:03 AM
[Science] Democrats set to shake up start of 2024 presidential primary PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Democrats are poised to reorder their presidential primary schedule beginning next year, replacing Iowa with South Carolina in the leadoff spot as part of a major overhaul meant to empower Black and other minority voters critical to the party’s base of support. Published:2/4/2023 9:57:52 AM
[Science] The Climate Crisis Is Threatening Spain’s Saffron Crop Growers fear a perfect storm for a tradition that has long bound rural communities together. Published:2/4/2023 7:13:56 AM
[Science] MDMA and Psilocybin Are Approved as Medicines for the First Time Many are celebrating Australia’s decision to pave the way for these psychedelic therapies, but questions around accessibility remain. Published:2/3/2023 3:22:31 PM
[Science] Scientists Grew Mini Human Guts Inside Mice These tiny organoids with working immune systems mimic the function of the GI tract and could be used to study intestinal diseases and drugs to treat them. Published:2/2/2023 7:09:14 AM
[Science] Survey: Two-thirds of Americans fear inflation will worsen (The Center Square) – Two out of every three Americans fear inflation will be worse in 2023 than it was last year, prompting nearly 90% of respondents overall in a new WalletHub survey to admit they are now concerned about the issue. Published:2/1/2023 7:25:39 AM
[Science] Sinema leans on California to join Colorado River water pact (The Center Square)- As six states wait for California to join its Colorado River Basin water use agreement, Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema called on the state to be willing to seal the deal. Published:2/1/2023 7:06:52 AM
[Science] GOP move to add 'welfare' to subcommittee name sparks Democratic outrage Democrats reacted harshly to the decision of Republicans on the Ways and Means Committee to add the word “welfare” to the name of a subcommittee. Published:1/31/2023 4:29:59 PM
[Science] Spotted a UFO? There’s an App for That Enigma Labs launches a project to crowdsource and quantify data about “unidentified aerial phenomena.” Published:1/31/2023 2:36:14 PM
[Science] SPN: Fewer government regulations could help alleviate housing crisis (The Center Square) – Three out of every four voters agree that housing affordability is a problem, with many saying they would like to see government take more direct action in easing the burden for residents, a new State Policy Network (SPN) poll finds. Published:1/31/2023 7:21:17 AM
[Science] Why Bother Bringing Back the Dodo? Audacious plans to resurrect the long-extinct bird could be lucrative. But the moonshot raises thorny philosophical questions. Published:1/31/2023 6:21:59 AM
[Science] Utah county commissioner threatens officer over son's arrest A Utah county commissioner was caught on camera threatening a sheriff's deputy over his son's arrest and demanding to see the warrant. Published:1/30/2023 3:15:12 PM
[Science] 'Very disloyal': Trump chides Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley amid 2024 speculation Former President Donald Trump criticized two potential rivals in the GOP's 2024 race for the White House while traveling to New Hampshire and South Carolina to drum up support for his 2024 campaign. Published:1/29/2023 3:01:42 PM
[Science] Concerns over prayer breakfast lead Congress to take it over WASHINGTON (AP) — The National Prayer Breakfast, one of the most visible and long-standing events that brings religion and politics together in Washington, is splitting from the private religious group that had overseen it for decades, due to concerns the gathering had become too divisive. Published:1/29/2023 9:59:39 AM
[Science] Separate challenges against Illinois’ gun ban progressing (The Center Square) – Lawsuits brought against Illinois’ new gun ban are working their way through the judicial process. Published:1/28/2023 7:48:39 AM
[Science] Congressional Democrats push back on new Biden immigration policies A group of more than 70 Democrats in the House and Senate sent President Joe Biden a letter Thursday urging him to reconsider policies restricting asylum access for migrants crossing the southern border. Published:1/26/2023 1:22:54 PM
[Science] You Might Survive a Nuclear Blast—if You Have the Right Shelter The escalating risks of Russia’s war in Ukraine have led scientists to study the unthinkable and model the aftermath of nuclear detonation. Published:1/25/2023 7:10:02 AM
[Science] The World’s Farms Are Hooked on Phosphorus. It’s a Problem Half of the globe’s crop productivity comes from a key fertilizer ingredient that’s non-renewable—and literally washing away. Published:1/23/2023 8:16:38 AM
[Science] WATCH: Kaine reiterates call for 'necessary' probe into Biden documents Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) continued his call for an investigation into President Joe Biden’s classified documents on Sunday. Published:1/22/2023 10:43:32 PM
[Science] Georgia's McCormick: 'We’re always kicking the can down the road' (The Center Square) — The country is at a crossroads, yet again facing a crisis over its debt ceiling. Published:1/22/2023 8:34:17 AM
[Science] House GOP Rep. Greg Steube released from hospital after fall Rep. Greg Steube (R-FL) was released from the hospital Saturday after injuring himself in a fall. Published:1/21/2023 6:42:06 PM
[Science] The Mesopotamian Marshes Are Disappearing, Again The World Heritage site in southern Iraq survived Saddam Hussein’s campaign to drain the wetlands. Now they’re drying up, and biodiversity is collapsing. Published:1/21/2023 7:07:39 AM
[Science] Youngest black solo cable news host hits full year at Fox News show helm: ‘Impact player’ Lawrence Jones made his debut as the youngest black solo host of a cable news program last January with his Saturday night Fox News show, Lawrence Jones Cross Country. Published:1/21/2023 5:08:14 AM
[Science] Supreme Court leak investigation fizzles (The Center Square) – An investigation into who leaked a draft of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, the opinion that overturned Roe v. Wade, was unable to determine who was responsible. Published:1/20/2023 7:18:22 AM
[Science] It’s Not Sci-Fi—NASA Is Funding These Mind-Blowing Projects The space agency gave money to researchers working on liquid telescope mirrors, a lunar oxygen pipeline, and Martian building blocks made of fungi. Published:1/20/2023 6:11:28 AM
[Science] DeLauro asks Biden Cabinet to estimate impact of House GOP's proposed spending cuts Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT), the ranking member on the House Appropriations Committee, sent out letters to the heads of each federal agency on Thursday in an effort to measure the impact of freezing spending at fiscal 2022 levels, something House Republicans vowed to do once they took the majority in the lower chamber. Published:1/19/2023 10:29:04 AM
[Science] The Battery That Never Gets Flat Your body generates enough energy to power wearables, medical sensors, and implanted devices—and tech designers are plugging in. Published:1/19/2023 6:07:02 AM
[Science] Haiti turmoil: Last remaining elected officials exit, leaving country in disarray The 10 remaining democratically elected officials in Haiti left their offices last week, leaving the country in unprecedented political turmoil — it's now fully governed by officials who were appointed rather than elected. Published:1/18/2023 8:16:55 PM
[Science] Lauren Boebert lands spot on powerful House Oversight Committee Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO), one of the final holdouts in Kevin McCarthy's (R-CA) bid for House speaker, received a spot on the House Oversight Committee on Tuesday. Published:1/17/2023 4:15:17 PM
[Science] Quantum Computing Has a Noise Problem Today’s devices can be thrown off by the slightest environmental interference. Algorithmiq is developing ways to counteract this and harness quantum’s power. Published:1/17/2023 6:07:42 AM
[Science] Majority of voters say companies shouldn't be punished for social or political stances: Poll A majority of voters don’t believe lawmakers should punish companies who outwardly express their social or political stances, according to a new poll. Published:1/16/2023 11:14:05 AM
[Science] House Democrat suffers concussion after being hit by car while crossing street Rep. Suzanne Bonamici (D-OR) suffered a concussion after being hit by a car in Portland, Oregon, on Friday night while crossing the street with her husband. Published:1/14/2023 7:01:20 PM
[Science] The Key to California's Survival Is Hidden Underground The state is ping-ponging between severe drought and catastrophic flooding. The solution to both? Making the landscape spongier. Published:1/13/2023 4:21:20 PM
[Science] 2022 Wasn't the Hottest on Record. That's Nothing to Celebrate Last year was one of the warmest measured, say NASA and NOAA. It would have been even more sweltering if not for La Niña, which will soon fade away. Published:1/12/2023 3:33:31 PM
[Science] 'Secondhand pessimism': Chamber president blasts government in annual speech The head of the United States Chamber of Commerce used her annual speech on the state of U.S. business to tear into government gridlock and overregulation, saying that businesses were becoming pessimistic about their own prospects because of politics. Published:1/12/2023 1:31:25 PM
[Science] Texas Congressman files three articles of impeachment against Mayorkas (The Center Square) – U.S. Rep. Pat Fallon, a Republican from northeast Texas, filed articles of impeachment against Department of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas. Published:1/12/2023 7:15:48 AM
[Science] What You Need to Know About the Kraken Covid Variant XBB.1.5, aka the Kraken, is sweeping the Northeast US and dodging immunity. But that doesn’t mean it’s time to panic. Published:1/12/2023 6:12:03 AM
[Science] In the Next Pandemic, Let’s Pay People to Get Vaccinated Data from Sweden and the US suggests cash incentives increase uptake without denting people’s trust in vaccines or future willingness to get them. Published:1/11/2023 4:54:53 PM
[Science] The US Just Greenlit High-Tech Alternatives to Animal Testing Lab animals have long borne the brunt of drug safety trials. A new law allows drugmakers to use miniature tissue models or "organs on chips" instead. Published:1/11/2023 11:07:55 AM
[Science] John Deere allows Illinois farmers to repair their own equipment (The Center Square) – Ending a standoff that has lasted for years, Illinois farmers now have the right to repair their John Deere tractors themselves. Published:1/11/2023 8:22:04 AM
[Science] Abortion protection bill passes both Illinois chambers (The Center Square) – After heated debate from state lawmakers throughout the lame-duck session, a measure that aims to increase access to abortion and gender reassignment procedures in Illinois has passed both chambers. Published:1/11/2023 8:09:28 AM
[Science] Republicans blast Biden over classified documents, raise questions of double standard (The Center Square) – President Joe Biden has come under heavy fire after news reports indicated that classified documents from his time as vice president were found at the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement in Washington. Published:1/11/2023 7:41:18 AM
[Science] Drug Shortages Aren’t New. The Tripledemic Just Made You Look Flu meds and prescription drugs have been in short supply all winter—but the problem goes back over a decade. Published:1/11/2023 7:09:24 AM
[Science] Astronomers May Have Just Spotted the Universe's First Galaxies NASA’s new JWST space telescope has revealed some cosmic surprises, including galaxies that might have assembled earlier than previously thought. Published:1/10/2023 1:35:37 PM
[Science] Arizona Republicans walk out on Katie Hobbs's first State of the State address Republican lawmakers in Arizona wasted no time letting new Democratic Gov. Katie Hobbs know how they feel about her Monday as they walked out of Hobbs's first State of the State address. Published:1/10/2023 1:00:26 PM
[Science] Georgia House elects Burns as speaker (The Center Square) — The Georgia House kicked off business on Monday by electing state Rep. Jon Burns, R-Newington, as its new speaker. Published:1/10/2023 8:27:05 AM
[Science] Does Dry January Really Make People Healthier? Abstaining from alcohol can have immediate benefits. But lasting gains require lasting change. Published:1/10/2023 6:14:14 AM
[Science] Alabama GOP committee declares vote of no confidence in RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel The Alabama GOP Steering Committee declared a vote of no confidence in Republican National Committee Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel. Published:1/9/2023 2:49:58 PM
[Science] Biden condemns violence in Brazil as 'assault on democracy' President Joe Biden condemned the political unrest that emerged in Brazil over the weekend after supporters of far-right former President Jair Bolsonaro stormed the country’s major government buildings, denouncing the attack as an “assault on democracy.” Published:1/9/2023 7:17:04 AM
[Science] 2 freshmen revive Wisconsin Legislature’s socialist caucus MADISON, Wis. (AP) — It’s been 90 years, but socialism is back in the Wisconsin Legislature. Published:1/8/2023 12:09:49 PM
[Science] Poll: Michiganders approve of right to work by 2:1 ratio (The Center Square) – Approximately twice as many Michiganders approve of a right-to-work law than oppose it, according to a statewide poll released Thursday by TargetPoint Consulting on behalf of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy. Published:1/8/2023 8:38:11 AM
[Science] How Your Brain Distinguishes Memories From Perceptions The neural representations of a perceived image and the memory of it are almost the same. New research shows how and why they are different. Published:1/8/2023 7:15:48 AM
[Science] US Cities Are Falling Out of Love With the Parking Lot California and many local governments are scrapping requirements that once made cars the center of the urban landscape. Published:1/7/2023 7:10:21 AM
[Science] Biden claims record job creation — here are the facts and context President Joe Biden claimed the first two years of his presidency marked record job growth following Friday’s employment report. Here are the facts about his job record and how it stacks up with that of the previous three presidents. Published:1/6/2023 3:51:55 PM
[Science] Meet the Earth’s Lawyers ClientEarth helps shape new laws and enforce old ones to protect the planet and its most vulnerable inhabitants. Published:1/6/2023 6:09:59 AM
[Science] We need to talk about duplicate voter registrations You can’t run a clean election — especially with mail voting — when people are registered to vote more than once. All across America, some people are receiving multiple ballots because they are registered multiple times. This can happen far easier than you think. Unfortunately, some states are failing to do anything about the problem of duplicate registrations. Published:1/6/2023 1:53:37 AM
[Science] Idaho murders: Moscow police hits out at 'speculation and unvetted information' Moscow, Idaho, police are addressing "unvetted information" circulating in the media, reminding the public to look at police bulletins for updates on the investigation into the murders of four University of Idaho students. Published:12/5/2022 4:13:45 PM
[Science] Nevada U.S. senator introduces 'abortion funds' bill (The Center Square) – U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto introduced legislation Thursday that would create a federal grant program for organizations that connect women to reproductive health care and abortion resources, her office announced. Published:12/5/2022 10:09:23 AM
[Science] Nevada U.S. senator introduces 'abortion funds' bill (The Center Square) – U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto introduced legislation Thursday that would create a federal grant program for organizations that connect women to reproductive health care and abortion resources, her office announced. Published:12/5/2022 7:21:58 AM
[Science] Please Stop Freaking Out About This Giant Yellow Spider Invasive species experts urge scientists and the media to avoid sensationalizing Joro spiders—and wait for science to catch up. Published:12/5/2022 7:10:55 AM
[Science] The Era of One-Shot, Multimillion-Dollar Genetic Cures Is Here Gene therapies promise long-term relief from intractable diseases—if insurers agree to pony up. Published:12/5/2022 6:09:34 AM
[Science] Rep. Knodl to run for state Senate seat (The Center Square) – The race for Wisconsin’s newly open 8th District Senate seat is coming into focus. Published:12/3/2022 5:53:11 AM
[Science] WATCH: Marjorie Taylor Greene tries to buck 'immature young man' Nick Fuentes Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) shared her impression of alt-right influencer Nick Fuentes. Published:12/2/2022 7:05:39 PM
[Science] WATCH: Lauren Boebert tells Pelosi Americans 'fired you' to her face Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) went viral after telling House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) that the public "fired" her on the House floor. Published:12/2/2022 3:56:03 PM
[Science] President Joe Biden’s approval rating at 41% at the end of November Following the 2022 elections, which saw Democrats maintain control of the Senate and Republicans gain control of the House, approval polling averages show President Joe Biden (D) at 41% approval. Fifty-three percent of voters disapprove of his performance. Published:12/2/2022 7:37:50 AM
[Science] Judge orders Arizona County to certify election results after delay An Arizona judge ordered a rural county to certify its 2022 midterm elections results after the GOP-controlled board of supervisors delayed its certification by the deadline on Monday. Published:12/2/2022 5:58:30 AM
[Science] West Virginia anti-ESG crusader aims to bring fight to Congress with 2024 run West Virginia Treasurer Riley Moore has made battling ESG a top priority, and he now hopes to bring that fight to the halls of Congress. Published:11/27/2022 3:32:01 AM
[Science] The Physics of Scuba Diving A deep dive into the science of staying alive underwater. Published:11/26/2022 6:15:44 AM
[Science] Incoming Michigan Democratic leadership mostly mum on Line 5 (The Center Square) – Lansing’s crop of newly elected and reelected officials is mostly mum on the fate of Line 5, or more specifically, the five-mile dual pipeline spanning the lakebed of the Straits of Mackinac. Published:11/21/2022 6:09:22 PM
[Science] Politicians face public and legal pressure to return Bankman-Fried donations Lawmakers, primarily Democrats, are under pressure to part ways with millions of dollars worth of donations from FTX founder Sam Bankman-Fried following the company’s spectacular collapse. Published:11/20/2022 2:44:51 AM
[Science] LaRose wants to change threshold for Ohio constitutional amendments (The Center Square) – Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose believes there is literally too much in the Ohio Constitution. Published:11/18/2022 10:25:45 PM
[Science] NASA Will Not Change the James Webb Telescope’s Name The moniker, which honors a former agency administrator accused of enforcing anti-LGBTQ policies, has long been controversial. Published:11/18/2022 10:25:45 PM
[Science] LaRose wants to change threshold for Ohio constitutional amendments (The Center Square) – Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose believes there is literally too much in the Ohio Constitution. Published:11/18/2022 10:11:41 AM
[Science] Kari Lake can be conservative superstar if she dumps Trump, strategist says Kari Lake, the perpetually soft-lit, camera-ready political newcomer from Arizona, may have lost her bid to become the state's next governor, but it's unlikely she'll leave the spotlight. Published:11/17/2022 5:52:03 AM
[Science] Mike Pence says he will not testify to Jan. 6 committee Former Vice President Mike Pence says he will not testify before the Jan. 6 committee. Published:11/17/2022 4:53:13 AM
[Science] A Lab-Grown Meat Startup Gets the FDA’s Stamp of Approval The US regulatory body has signed off on Upside Foods’ cultivated meat—but the company is still figuring out how to make enough of it to sell. Published:11/16/2022 3:20:31 PM
[Science] For Alzheimer’s Scientists, the Amyloid Debate Has No Easy Answers For years, potential therapies that attack this brain protein have failed to help patients in clinical trials. Now—surprisingly—a new drug shows promise. Published:11/16/2022 6:32:28 AM
[Science] Three GOP megadonors looking to back DeSantis over Trump The GOP’s largest donors are already turning their focus to 2024 and the prospect that Republicans could have a nominee other than former President Donald Trump. Published:11/16/2022 6:08:17 AM
[Science] Why do progressives support Democrats? Part two Following on from my piece yesterday, here are a few more examples of progressive ideas from the Right. Published:11/16/2022 5:08:17 AM
[Science] NASA’s Huge SLS Rocket Finally Launches the Artemis 1 Moon Mission For the first time since the Apollo era, the agency is preparing for crewed visits to our lunar neighbor. Missions with astronauts are next. Published:11/16/2022 3:02:00 AM
[Science] Why do progressives support Democrats? Part one Did you know that the most important "progressive" reform ideas of the last half-century have not come from the Left? They have come from Republican politicians and right-of-center intellectuals and think tanks. Here is a brief summary. Published:11/15/2022 5:37:17 AM
[Science] Three-Way Entanglement Results Hint at Better Quantum Codes A team of physicists has entangled three photons over a considerable distance, which could lead to more powerful quantum cryptography. Published:11/13/2022 7:18:48 AM
[Science] Ranked choice voting approved in Evanston (The Center Square) – Voters in Evanston approved ranked choice voting during Tuesday's election. Published:11/12/2022 9:23:10 AM
[Science] Survivor winner elected to Kentucky House of Representatives A former Survivor champion was elected to the Kentucky House of Representatives in the midterm elections. Published:11/11/2022 11:34:44 PM
[Science] Trump calls on CNN to create conservative network only featuring him Former President Donald Trump called on CNN Thursday to create a network that only features him. Published:11/11/2022 11:16:49 AM
[Science] The Problem With Spinning Spacecraft To send astronauts on long-term space missions, it’ll take rotating habitats to produce artificial gravity. But that’s trickier than you might think. Published:11/11/2022 8:58:31 AM
[Science] Protest Is Risky at Egypt's COP27. That Won't Stop Activists At the international climate summit in Sharm el-Sheikh, long-standing restrictions on protesters and dissidents are front and center. Published:11/10/2022 12:18:44 PM
[Science] After DeSantis’s historic win in Florida, Trump touts winning more votes in 2020 After Ron DeSantis’s historic win in the Florida governor’s race, former President Donald Trump knocked the Republican incumbent for garnering fewer votes than he did during the 2020 election. Published:11/9/2022 6:03:10 PM
[Science] Return to Taxachusetts: Bay Staters approve 4% millionaire surtax Residents of Massachusetts have voted to impose a surtax on residents of the state earning more than $1 million annually. Published:11/9/2022 1:22:43 PM
[Science] Countries Hit Hardest by Climate Change May Finally Get Their Due After 30 years of talk about forcing wealthy polluters to compensate those bearing the brunt of climate damage, the COP27 conference seems poised to act. Published:11/9/2022 12:07:49 PM
[Science] Nebraska votes in favor of a $15 minimum wage Nebraskans have approved a ballot measure that would gradually increase the state’s minimum wage to $15, making it the latest red state to adopt the policy position long championed by those on the Left. Published:11/9/2022 7:44:16 AM
[Science] Midterm results: See the full list of winners in the Senate on Election Day All eyes are on the Senate Tuesday as voters finish casting their ballots this midterm election cycle. Given its 50-50 split, a single seat could tip the balance of power in the upper chamber. Published:11/8/2022 6:59:03 PM
[Science] Your election night guide Tuesday’s midterm elections are upon us. What to watch for as results roll in? Published:11/8/2022 6:02:53 AM
[Science] Nancy Pelosi chokes up in interview when talking about attack on husband House Speaker Nancy Pelosi choked up when talking about the hammer attack on her husband in her first interview since the incident. Published:11/7/2022 7:17:09 PM
[Science] Sen. Tom Cotton not running for president in 2024 Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) will not seek the presidency in 2024. Published:11/7/2022 4:16:44 AM
[Science] Democrats to tout final jobs report before elections amid GOP attacks President Biden and Democrats, plagued by inflation, will head into next week’s midterm elections touting millions of jobs added since the 2020 cycle and unemployment at historic lows. Published:11/4/2022 5:46:13 PM
[Science] The Tiangong Space Station Makes China a Major Space Power With the station's completion, the country now has a long-term platform in orbit. Published:11/4/2022 7:37:47 AM
[Science] WATCH: Jeremiah Poff says many expect affirmative action to be overruled in 2023 One nonprofit group is working hard to overturn a precedent that allows colleges to use race as a factor when considering applications. Published:11/3/2022 8:22:07 PM
[Science] The Harms of Psychedelics Need to Be Put Into Context As psychedelic therapy trials get bigger and the drugs become more accessible, researchers need to start talking about their potential adverse effects. Published:11/3/2022 8:22:07 PM
[Science] Hillary Clinton blasts Lindsey Graham for joining Trump 'cult' Hillary Clinton denounced Republicans who align themselves closely with former President Donald Trump as being part of a “cult,” particularly taking aim at Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) as someone she believes abandoned his values when Trump took office in 2016. Published:11/2/2022 10:27:54 PM
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