Questioning The Mainstream Narrative of The RFK Assassination With Lisa Pease

by CT Staff, 6 days ago

This post is originally published on Citizen Truth by CT Staff Lisa Pease is the author of A Lie Too Big To Fail: The Real History of the Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy. Read more at Questioning The Mainstream Narrative of The RFK Assassination With Lisa Pease

4 things parents should know about RSV this year

by Scott Gilbert-Penn State, 6 days ago

RSV season typically runs from October through March, but cases already started cropping up this summer. Here are some things parents should keep in mind.

One Free Democratic Palestine With Miko Peled

by Guest Post, 6 days ago

This post is originally published on Citizen Truth by Guest Post Miko Peled is considered by many to be one of the clearest voices calling for justice in Palestine, support of the Palestinian call for Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) and the creation of a single democracy with equal rights in all of historic Palestine. Miko is also a contributor to several online publications and has […] Read more at One Free Democratic Palestine With Miko Peled

As a patriot and Black man, Colin Powell embodied the 'two-ness' of the African American experience

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First African American Joint Chiefs Chairman Also Was the Youngest > U.S. Department of Defense > Defense Department News

by Nick Simeone, 6 days ago

Retired Army Gen. Colin L. Powell, who was an ROTC cadet, rose to become the first Black chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the youngest, and later served as secretary of state, died today at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, in Bethesda, Maryland.

Cellphone data shows that people navigate by keeping their destinations in front of them – even when that's not the most efficient route

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Americans are getting more calories from ultra-processed foods

by Rachel Harrison-NYU, 6 days ago

"The high and increasing consumption of ultra-processed foods in the 21st century may be a key driver of the obesity epidemic," says Filippa Juul.

What's the history behind Dia de los Muertos?

by Kyle Mittan-U. Arizona, 6 days ago

Día de los Muertos is a holiday of mourning that orginated in Mexico and is now celebrated around the world. An expert digs into its history and traditions.

Too much screen time may put kids born early at risk

by Erin Digitale-Stanford, 6 days ago

Kids born very prematurely who spend a lot of time watching TV or playing video games may have a higher risk of cognitive and behavioral problems.

More water in magma actually prevents volcano blast

by ETH Zurich, 6 days ago

New research suggests high water content in magma can significantly reduce the risk that a volcano will explode. That's not what experts thought.

Social prairie dogs 'greet kiss' to connect

by Rose Brandt-Arizona, 6 days ago

Prairie dog kisses say a lot about their social dynamics—from how many friends a particular prairie dog has to how many connections the critter has made.

Defense Secretary Calls U.S. Support for Georgia 'Unwavering' > U.S. Department of Defense > Defense Department News

by Jim Garamone, 6 days ago

U.S. support for Georgia's territorial integrity and sovereignty is unwavering, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III said after a meeting with Georgian Defense Minister Juansher Burchuladze.

U.S., Georgia Defense Leaders Sign Memo to Continue Training Effort > U.S. Department of Defense > Defense Department News

by Jim Garamone, 6 days ago

Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III and Georgian Defense Minister Jaunsher Burchuladze launched the Georgia Defense and Deterrence Enhancement Initiative aimed at helping the nation develop a more effective defense and become more interactive with NATO.

Watch for scammy stem cell therapies for COVID-19

by Marcene Robinson-Buffalo, 6 days ago

There are no clinically tested or government-approved cell therapies available for the treatment or prevention of COVID-19 or its long-term effects.

Does raising the minimum wage kill jobs? The centurylong search for the elusive answer shows why economics is so difficult – but data sure helps

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Is chewing on ice cubes bad for your teeth?

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How to nurture creativity in your kids

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Teachers must often face student attacks alone

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A forgotten mangrove forest around remote inland lagoons in Mexico's Yucatan tells a story of rising seas

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How ‘managed retreat’ from climate change could revitalize rural America: Revisiting the Homestead Act

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Medal of Honor Monday: Marine Corps Col. Gregory Boyington > U.S. Department of Defense > Story

by Katie Lange, 7 days ago

Marine Corps Col. Gregory ''Pappy'' Boyington's exploits during World War II became so famous that they were made into a TV show. But behind the scenes, his leadership vastly helped the Allies in the Pacific, and it was that persistence that earned him the Medal of Honor.

Nobel honors journalists with peace prize

by Leigh Hartman, 7 days ago

The Nobel Committee awarded its peace prize to two journalists, highlighting the role of free expression in countering authoritarianism.

How 8 U.S. diplomats fought the 2014 Ebola epidemic

by ShareAmerica, 7 days ago

The U.S. Department of State honors eight U.S. diplomats who worked tirelessly to stop the spread of Ebola in West Africa in 2014-2015.

Trial of Ahmaud Arbery’s accused killers will scrutinize the use – and abuse – of ‘outdated’ citizen’s arrest laws

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Ahmaud Arbery murder trial will scrutinize the use – and abuse – of 'outdated' citizen's arrest laws

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Ahmaud Arbery murder trial will scrutinize the use -- and abuse -- of 'outdated' citizen's arrest laws

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Defense Secretary Travels to Europe to Reassure Frontline States > U.S. Department of Defense > Defense Department News

by Jim Garamone, 7 days ago

Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III is traveling to Europe to reassure allies and partners of America's commitment to their sovereignty in the face of Russian aggression.

Students’ future on hold as govts put malls before schools

by Neena Bhandari, 9 days ago

Consensus now builds up to resume physical classes in Asia Pacific even as fears of COVID-19 outbreaks linger.

DOD Undersecretary Shares Tech Career Advice With Women > U.S. Department of Defense > Defense Department News

by Terri Moon Cronk, 9 days ago

Throughout her career, Heidi Shyu was no stranger to discrimination. The under secretary of defense for research and engineering, shared some of her early experiences and advice in the workplace in a Women in Technology summit. 

Austin, Milley Welcome New Transcom Commander > U.S. Department of Defense > Defense Department News

by Jim Garamone, 9 days ago

Aside from the competence of its troops, America's greatest military advantage is the ability to deploy and sustain service members anywhere in the world, and U.S. Transportation Command is at the heart of that capability, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III said.


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