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Kamala Harris Backed Bail Fund Released Man Now Charged With

Vice President Kamala Harris’ approval numbers are lower than President Joe Biden’s and all of her predecessors at this point in office. Even by those low standards, VP Harris is…

Uniter-in-Chief Biden Plans Primetime Speech Thursday to Tell Us How

President Joe Biden will continue his assault on the Ultra-MAGA crowd (almost half of America’s voters) Thursday in a prime-time, network televised speech that will focus on how America’s “rights…

Las Vegas’ Resorts World Accused of Ties to Chinese Communist

Resorts World Las Vegas is one of the newest casinos to join the famous Las Vegas Boulevard. Now they are embattled with a union organizing effort, leading to allegations of…

Texas gas companies face fines up to $1 million for

Critics are skeptical about whether the new rules by the Railroad Commission will prevent another catastrophe like the power grid disaster in February 2021.

Harris County resident with monkeypox dies, marking first death in

State health officials said the person was "severely immunocompromised" and are still investigating what role the virus played in the death.

Nurse retention is better in rural communities with a hospital,

Rural areas that do not have a hospital in the community experience increased nurse turnover, according to a new study co-authored by Elena Andreyeva, PhD, assistant professor at the Texas A&M University School of Public Health. The paper, “Nursing Turnover in a Large, Rural Health System,” was recently published in The Journal of Rural Health. The post Nurse retention is better

Republicans Want Communications Between Facebook and FBI Turned Over After

When Mark Zuckerberg dropped the bomb on Joe Rogan’s podcast that the FBI had contacted social media companies to effectively warn them about a “Russian misinformation” that was the Hunter…

Boston Officers Rescue Father and Son Floating on Cooler

When a father and son’s fishing boat hit rocks out from Boston Harbor, their lives were saved in part thanks to their desire for some liquid libations on board. While the headline sounds like a barrel of laughs, 15 minutes of frigid Atlantic waters almost caused the pair to enter hypothermia. Two officers from the The post Boston Officers Rescue

USDA Announces No Actions Under Feedstock Flexibility Program

WASHINGTON, Aug. 30, 2022 - The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Commodity Credit Corporation (CCC) announced today that it does not expect to purchase and sell sugar under the Feedstock Flexibility Program for crop year 2021, which runs from Oct. 1, 2021, to Sept. 30, 2022.

“I would wish this on absolutely no one”: How three

The Texans expressed anger, sorrow, frustration and fear in discussing their experiences after state lawmakers approved one of the nation's most restrictive abortion laws in 2021.

Couple Now Gets Daily Visits From Wild Lorikeet Birds That

Georgina Brough and Christian Allen get daily visits from a group of wild lorikeets—birds that broke in a year ago and now want to hang out constantly. The new feathered friends first visited the young couple in early 2021. They flew in through their balcony door hoping to score some lunch at their apartment in The post Couple Now Gets

Christian School Labels Students as White/Nonwhite, Sees Convocation Hijacked by

Marquette University’s Fall 2022 semester hasn’t gotten off to a good start. Last Thursday, the Wisconsin Jesuit college hosted its inaugural Convocation ceremony. However, things went south when protestors commandeered…

Who is FBI Agent Timothy Thibault?

Just The News and other media outlets are reporting that Tim Thibault — FBI Washington Field Office Assistant Special Agent in Charge — was escorted from bureau premises on Friday.…

Putin’s War. Week 26: A Bizarre Assassination in Moscow, a

Here we are, 26.5 weeks into Vladimir Putin’s 3-day cakewalk to Kiev. I haven’t done this in a while (last update Putin’s War. Week 21. New Weapons Change the Battlefield…

Fetterman’s Explanation for Why He’s Against Voter ID Sounds Just

The more Pennsylvania voters see John Fetterman, the more they will realize that he’s not the person they want to represent them because he has a lot of issues and…

Washington Post Abandons All Pretense of Ethics in Glaring Malpractice

In yet another failed attack on the Libs of Tik Tok, the Washington Post devalues itself even further. It is almost as if the management defies attempts at journalism integrity…

Biden headed to key midterm states for Labor Day

While Biden's travel plans have been billed as a Labor Day celebration, these stops will also kick off the start of the fall campaign in the final stretch before midterm elections.

This Company is Mass-Producing T-Shirts From Mass-Produced T-Shirts—Closing a Wasteful

A company is seeking to target the worst aspects of wasteful fast fashion and demonstrate and economically-profitable circular economy with that most standard of garments—the t-shirt. Utilizing the second-largest source of cotton on Earth, Teemill’s business model is making mass-produced t-shirts from mass-produced t-shirts. These days, if you’re having a corporate event, a good idea The post This Company is

Their Bodies Age, But Seniors Have Higher Emotional Well-Being –

Bodies lose their vigor with the passing of the years, but in the emotional realm, older people seem to rule supreme. For the past 20 years, Susan Turk Charles, a psychologist at the University of California, Irvine, has been monitoring the shifting moods, the sense of satisfaction, and the outbursts of anger and sadness in The post Their Bodies Age,

Public health researchers create tool to predict vaccine coverage lapses

Vaccine hesitancy—delaying or refusing to vaccinate children even though vaccines are available—is a growing threat to global health. Vaccines kept diseases like measles at bay for decades; however, there has been an explosion of measles cases worldwide in recent years. Because it spreads easily, measles is often the first childhood infectious disease to re-emerge when The post Public health researchers create

McConnell, Cruz, and Others Make Herschel Walker a Top Priority

The Senate race in Georgia appears to be the race Republicans are dead-set on winning. With Sen. Raphael Warnock averaging just over 4 points ahead of challenger Herschel Walker, there…

Take-out Containers Turned into Valuable Seaweed Chemical Using Rays of

Polystyrene (Styrofoam) has been turned into a valuable chemical found in seaweed by exposing it to sunlight. Broken down, it produces DPM (diphenylmethane,) a molecule in the aquatic plant used in drug development, polymer manufacturing, and even fragrances and other cosmetics. Polystyrene is the indestructible plastic is found in everything from takeaway containers to TV The post Take-out Containers Turned

Bionic Leg Wrap Uses AI to Correct Walking Patterns For

A Velcro sleeve fastened around the leg has been designed with electrodes that help stimulate the muscles of those who experience difficulty getting around due to nervous system conditions. It uses artificial intelligence to detect walking gait, and sends that information to the electrodes to ensure each leg is moving as much in sync as The post Bionic Leg Wrap

Never Trump’s Pursuit of Donald Trump Takes a Dark Turn

The pursuit of Donald Trump continues apace by those who fancy themselves as Never Trump. Per RedState’s Sunday prior reporting, Adam Kinzinger recently did the one thing that makes him…

Watch: Volunteer acompa?antes in Mexico aid at-home abortions. Their network

In parts of Mexico where abortion has not been legalized, women rely on volunteer networks to provide medication and emotional support for at-home abortions. As access to abortion is shut down in Texas, similar networks are being built in the U.S.

What brought down one Texas county’s entire elections department? It

Aggrieved anti-fluoride activists, low pay and an understaffed office eventually drove away all of Gillespie County's election staff.

Christian University Has Professors State Their Pronouns, Calls Transgenderism ‘Fundamental’

A Catholic college in Pennsylvania is sharply defining its mission. Villanova University has issued a new guide for faculty and staff, and the instruction includes a section on gender inclusion.…

Governor Abbott Announces New Initiatives To Combat Opioid Crisis At

Governor Greg Abbott today delivered remarks on state response efforts to combat drug overdoses and protect the lives of Texans at the 2022 Annual Montgomery County Overdose Awareness Day Event hosted by the Montgomery County Overdose Prevention Endeavor (M-COPE) in The Woodlands.Governor Greg Abbott today delivered remarks on state response efforts to combat drug overdoses and protect the lives of

Next on the GOP’s List: Starving Queer Kids

Nothing says “family values” like fighting for the right to starve LGBTQ+ kids. That’s the latest from Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, who last week joined more than 20 other…

Jedi Student Sneaks Lightsabers Into Graduation and Challenges Principal to

A student smuggled lightsabers into his graduation ceremony—and challenged his principal to a fun impromptu duel on stage. Star Wars fanatic Hunter Wark-Pantoja had an elaborate plan to combine his favorite film with one of the most important moments of his life. The 18-year-old walked to the stage and after receiving his high school diploma The post Jedi Student Sneaks

Two-Thirds of Dog Owners Want to Get Pets Involved in

Nearly two-thirds of dog owners want to get their pets involved in their wedding day—acting as ring bearers, bridesmaids, and even the best man, according to a new poll. Of 2,000 dog owners, 60 percent already knew someone who included their dog in their wedding. The most popular roles for dogs on the big day The post Two-Thirds of Dog

Keanu Reeves Bumps Into Wedding Party and Stays For ‘Couple

Keanu Reeves was spotted having “a couple of whiskies” and chatting with a wedding party in the UK this week—continuing his reputation as the nicest guy in Hollywood. Reeves met the groom on his wedding day at the bar of a 4-star hotel in Daventry and promised to come to the reception. James Roadnight and The post Keanu Reeves Bumps

Uvalde shooting victims’ families call on Gov. Abbott to take

AUSTIN, Texas – It’s been just over three months since a gunman ravaged inside of Robb Elementary School, claiming the lives of 19 students and two teachers and sending shockwaves…

California’s Ban of Gas-Powered Vehicles Likely Illegal, Unrealistic

California plans to ban the sale of gas-powered cars by 2035. In 2021, California required 12 percent of total new vehicle sales to be powered by batteries or hydrogen. By…

Fetterman’s Prior Remarks About Criminals Are Making Jaws Drop

The Senate race shouldn’t be at all close in Pennsylvania if people just take a look a John Fetterman and his radical ideas. But some of his prior remarks on…

Here’s what Medicare recipients should know about Inflation Reduction Act

A look at how some might benefit from the drug savings provisions in the “Inflation Reduction Act” and how drugmakers might push back. WASHINGTON — After decades of failed attempts,…

Hypocrisy: Fetterman Puts His Own Kids in Private School, While

As most readers know, Pennsylvania’s race for Senate is one of the most-watched across the country to potentially swing the upper body of Congress back to the GOP, with Democrat…

‘Off the Charts’ Hydrogel Outperforms Cartilage and May Be in

A long awaited update to a 2020 medical breakthrough could have a natural knee-cartilage replicant on deck for replacement surgeries by 2023. Knee pain comes from the progressive wear and tear of cartilage between the knee joint known as osteoarthritis, which affects nearly one in six adults—867 million people—worldwide. For those who want to avoid The post ‘Off the Charts’

Man Saves Tiny Bunny From Drowning – Watch it Come

A man rescued a dying bunny that was drowning in his pool after spotting a strange reflection out of the corner of his eye. The Arizona resident noticed the rabbit while walking back inside from his backyard. He found the bunny just as it had stopped moving, clearly exhausted, and began dropping its head underwater. The post Man Saves Tiny

Mom Moved to Tears as Disabled Son Finally Gets to

A little boy finally got to play in the sea, thanks to the use of a beach wheelchair—and his laughter brought his mom to tears. Joey has quadriplegic cerebral palsy, which affects both of his arms and legs, and sometimes his torso and face. The two-year-old suffers with very bad sensory issues and cannot stand The post Mom Moved to

Your Inspired Weekly Horoscope From Rob Brezsny: A ‘Free Will

Our partner Rob Brezsny provides his weekly wisdom to enlighten our thinking and motivate our mood. Rob’s Free Will Astrology, is a syndicated weekly column appearing in over a hundred publications. He is also the author of Pronoia Is the Antidote for Paranoia: How All of Creation Is Conspiring To Shower You with Blessings. (A free The post Your Inspired Weekly

Biden’s Response About 13 Americans Killed in Kabul Attack Shows

August 26 is the first anniversary of the terrorist bombing attack on the Hamid Karzai Airport in Kabul, Afghanistan in which 13 of our military members were killed. About 170…

Gas bills will be higher this winter, Atmos Energy says

Atmos Energy warned its customers the bills would be going up due to the cost of energy sources increasing. TEXAS, USA — Atmos Energy customers were in for a rude…

21 Texas high school football players suspended for alleged hazing

Friday’s game is still scheduled for Friday despite recent events. SAN ANTONIO — The University Interscholastic League (UIL), which oversees high school athletics in Texas, states in its sportsmanship manual,…

Top takeaways from the unsealed Mar-a-Lago search affidavit

The document includes new details about the sheer volume of sensitive and highly classified information that was stored at the former president’s Florida home. WASHINGTON — The Justice Department on…

Joe Biden Blurts out Something He Probably Shouldn’t Have During

Though Joe Biden has been infamously incoherent and gaffetastic throughout most of his long time in public office, it’s a problem that’s gotten much worse over the last 15 years…

TribCast: How Gov. Greg Abbott’s migrant busing is affecting New

In this week's episode, we discuss how the busing of migrants to New York is affecting Texas, New York and the migrants themselves.

A publishing milestone

Being a professor at a university brings expectations beyond educating the student body. Among those are to research and publish the results of their studies. Unique to the field of public health, publications commonly stem from community-based interventions, survey research and disease surveillance initiatives, which have practical and applied applications to advance research, practice and The post A publishing milestone appeared

El Paso joins Gov. Greg Abbott in busing migrants to

The Democrat-led city sent 35 migrants from Venezuela as New York officials have complained that Abbott's busing is straining city services.

See What Magic Happens When a Photographer Adds Himself to

This artist has a knack for seamlessly becoming a part of his favorite LPs. The post See What Magic Happens When a Photographer Adds Himself to Famous Album Covers – LOOK appeared first on Good News Network.

Trump Affidavit Points to Absolutely Insane ‘Justification’ for the FBI

As RedState reported, the affidavit for the search warrant that led to an unprecedented FBI raid on Donald Trump’s home has been released in heavily redacted form. As if to…

My Rescue Dog Saved Me By Sniffing Out My Cancer

A woman said she owes her life to a rescue dog who sensed her breast cancer and wouldn’t keep its nose out of her right armpit. Lucy Giles thought her beloved Brody was initially just craving some attention. The 45-year-old had welcomed the gentle giant into her life a year ago, after her partner had The post My Rescue Dog

The Biden WH Insults Our Intelligence With ‘Devastatingly’ Idiotic Student

As we’ve previously reported, the Biden White House’s defenses of Joe Biden’s plan to unilaterally “forgive” billions in student loan debts have ranged from incoherent to downright laughable, with Biden…

Sen. Cornyn visits Round Rock to highlight work of sexual

U.S. Senator John Cornyn (R-Texas) applauded the work of the Texas A&M Health Center of Excellence in Forensic Nursing Thursday morning during a roundtable discussion on the importance of sexual assault nurse examiners, or SANEs. Cornyn championed a bi-partisan effort to pass the Supporting Access to Nurse Exams (SANE) Act, which became law earlier this The post Sen. Cornyn visits Round

Tamika D. Gilreath to serve as School of Public Health

Tamika D. Gilreath, PhD, has been named the associate dean of faculty affairs for the Texas A&M University School of Public Health. She will assume her new duties on Sept. 1. Gilreath is currently a professor in the Health Education Division of the Department of Health and Kinesiology, which will merge with the School of The post Tamika D. Gilreath to

Moderna plans to sue Pfizer for patent infringement over COVID-19

Patent litigation is common in the early stages of medical technology development, and Moderna is not asking for the rival vaccine to be pulled from the market. WASHINGTON — Moderna…

Texas Right to Life fires political director accused of online

Lucas “Luke” Bowen was arrested in early August for the alleged crime, according to the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office. MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Texas — The Texas Right to Life political director…

NASA Detects Carbon Dioxide–the Building Block of Life–in Exoplanet’s Atmosphere

For all the grief carbon dioxide gets down here on Earth, its detection for the first time ever in the atmosphere of an exoplanet has scientists elated. The finding, produced by the James Webb Space Telescope, offers evidence that in the future Webb will be able to measure carbon dioxide in the thinner atmospheres of The post NASA Detects Carbon

Watch How Texas Man Found Huge Dinosaur Tracks in Riverbed

Droughts aren’t all bad. Sometimes the receding of rivers reveals amazing things, such as the tracks of a meat-eating giant that roamed Cretaceous-Era Texas 113 million years ago. Prints mostly left by the Acrocanthosaurus—a theropod that stood 15 feet and weighed 7 tons have emerged in recent weeks as the Paluxy River has dried up The post Watch How Texas

“Thanks, and God bless you”: Asylum-seekers allowed to enter U.S.

Two weeks after a federal judge allowed the Biden administration to end the Trump-era Migrant Protection Protocols, U.S. judges are beginning to allow migrants to stay in the country as their asylum claims are pending.

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