After Fisher-Price’s Rock ’n Play sleeper was linked to multiple infant deaths, the company and a government regulator issued a joint warning to consumers about the product on Friday, stopping short of a recall. But on Tuesday, the American Academy of Pediatrics … Continue reading Fisher-Price Ignoring Immediate Recall Set By American Academy of Pediatrics
The Alabama Senate’s Governmental Affairs Committee has voted to advance legislation to stop cities in the state banning plastic grocery bags. According to a report by WKRG, on Tuesday the committee voted 9-2 to send the bill to the Senate … Continue reading Alabama votes to keep all the plastic trash. Proving they’re still behind the times.
After his zoning petition was dismissed, Marvin Heemeyer decided to modify his bulldozer and get revenge on the town that wronged him. When Marvin Heemeyer of Gramby, Colorado, reached a dead end in his fight with the zoning commission, the … Continue reading The Story Of Marvin Heemeyer’s Revenge And His Killdozer
The rise of Candida auris embodies a serious and growing public health threat. Last May, an elderly man was admitted to the Brooklyn branch of Mount Sinai Hospital for abdominal surgery. A blood test revealed that he was infected with … Continue reading Drug-Resistant Germs
On the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, extreme weather and bad roads have left some residents stranded for nearly two weeks with limited food and water. Ella Red Cloud-Yellow Horse, marooned for days by a blizzard and then … Continue reading ‘A State of Emergency’: Native Americans Stranded for Days by Flooding
Whales evolved from hoofed, four-legged land walkers in south Asia more than 50 million years ago. Now researchers have unearthed the skeleton of an ancient four-legged whale in Peru. The discovery sheds light on how cetaceans dispersed from the Indo-Pakistan … Continue reading Four-legged Whale Fossil Reveals When Whales Reached The Americas
Australia’s parliament has passed new laws to criminalize Internet platforms for failing to remove violent videos and audio, after an Australian gunman livestreamed himself shooting worshipers in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. Under the new legislation, social media executives … Continue reading Australia Criminalizes Failure To Remove Violent Content From Internet Platforms