New York City Bars, Restaurants, Gyms to Require Proof of Vaccination 

about 15 hours ago

First major city in US to impose requirement 

New York Governor Cuomo Sexually Harassed Multiple Women, Report Finds

about 16 hours ago

Report released by the New York state attorney general said Cuomo’s alleged targets were current and former employees of the state government

Turkey Wildfires Scorch Recovery in Hobbled Tourism Sector

about 16 hours ago

Scenes of happy beachgoers flocking to coastal areas turned nightmarish as fires forced mass-evacuations of tourists and locals alike in cities such as Bodrum and Marmaris

Multiple Injuries as Gunshots Fired at Pentagon Transit Stop

about 16 hours ago

An Associated Press reporter near the building heard multiple gunshots, then a pause, then at least one additional shot

Erupting volcano's collapsing crater confirms friction ideas

by Josie Garthwaite-Stanford, about 17 hours ago

Examining the collapse of the erupting volcano KÄ«lauea's caldera allowed researchers to confirm current ideas about friction's role at earthquake faults.

Pentagon on Lockdown After Shooting Near Metro Station

about 17 hours ago

An Associated Press reporter near the building heard multiple gunshots, then a pause, then at least one additional shot

Cameroon Says Hundreds Boko Haram Fighters Surrendering After Abubakar Shekau’s Death

about 18 hours ago

Authorities say there are seeing an increase in the number of Boko Haram militants surrendering at disarmament center on northern border with Nigeria

Tool that shoots light through the skull may reveal new treatments

by Emily Dieckman-Arizona, about 18 hours ago

A tiny wireless optogenetic device takes researchers one step closer to new treatments for chronic pain, depression, epilepsy, and more.

Emperor penguins headed for 'threatened' status under Endangered Species Act – they're at risk from climate change

about 18 hours ago

White House: More than 110 million COVID-19 Vaccine Doses Shipped to More than 60 Countries

about 19 hours ago

Majority of U.S.-made vaccine shipped through COVAX facility, African Union, Caribbean Community

People ratchet up feelings of burnout in stressed out fawns

by Jeff Mulhollem-Penn State, about 19 hours ago

When fawns sense danger from many sources, they relax rather than act hypervigilant. It's like they feel "there's no point in being ready to hide or flee."

Meet Olympian Carissa Moore, champion surfer [poster]

by Michael Laff, about 20 hours ago

Carissa Moore is the top-ranked female surfer worldwide and one of four surfers on the USA Surfing Team. Surfing will make its debut at the Tokyo Olympics.

Sports Heroes Who Served: Rodeo Star Served in WWI, Became a Movie Star > U.S. Department of Defense > Story

by David Vergun, about 21 hours ago

Edmund Richard "Hoot" Gibson was a famous cowboy in Western movies. He was also a real-life rodeo star, and he served in the Army during World War I.

House committee investigating Capitol insurrection has a lot of power, but it's unclear it can force Trump to testify

about 21 hours ago

Sunny with a chance of sneezing – I'm building a tool to forecast pollen levels that will help allergy sufferers know when it's safe to go outside

about 21 hours ago

What are dark patterns? An online media expert explains

about 21 hours ago

Climate change is already disrupting US forests and coasts – here's what we're seeing at 5 long-term research sites

about 21 hours ago

5 simple tips for parents who will still be co-teachers when kids go back to school

about 21 hours ago

Expansion of Second Chance Pell Grants will let more people in prison pursue degrees

about 21 hours ago

Declined invitations go over more graciously when lack of money is cited instead of lack of time – new research

about 21 hours ago

Tail snips offer clues to saving tiny lizards in Sri Lanka

by Andrea Godinez-U. Washington, about 21 hours ago

New research suggests how to conserve rough-nosed horned lizards, which live only in Sri Lankan rainforests.

How much water each day does pregnancy require?

by Kristie Auman-Bauer-Penn State, about 21 hours ago

Currently, pregnancy hydration recommendations don't take body size or trimester into account. New findings suggest that may need to change.

Japan Limits Hospital Access Amid COVID-19 Surge 

about 22 hours ago

Only seriously ill patients allowed to seek care to prevent overrun of health care system 

Widespread Apartment Evictions Could be Long in Coming, Even With End to Moratorium

about 22 hours ago

An estimated 15 million Americans live in households that are behind on their rent payments as a federal moratorium on evictions ends

Felon Voting Restoration Gains Momentum in US

about 23 hours ago

Nation’s capital joins Vermont, Maine in expansive voting rights restoration

Asian Americans Emerge as Force in US Politics

about 23 hours ago

Turnout of Asian American voters hit a record high in the 2020 elections

Multiple US States Tightening Voting Regulations Amid Weakened VRA

about 23 hours ago

All but three of America’s 50 states have seen legislation introduced that would constrain ballot access relative to what was allowed during the 2020 presidential election

Asian Americans Emerge as Force in US Politics

about 23 hours ago

Turnout of Asian American voters hit a record high in the 2020 elections

A Battered Voting Rights Act Turns 56

about 23 hours ago

Hailed as the most successful piece of civil rights legislation ever passed in the US, the 1965 Voting Rights Act faces its most serious peril yet

S. Korea Lawmakers: N. Korea Wants Sanctions Eased to Restart Talks With US

1 day ago

South Korea's central bank said last week North Korea's economy suffered its biggest contraction in 23 years in 2020


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