This Bornean horseshoe bat and other bat species can harbor coronaviruses. The nonprofit group EcoHealth Alliance had U.S. government funding for an ongoing research project in China on bats and coronaviruses — until the money [read more]
In May, President Joe Biden called for a more thorough investigation of the origins of the pandemic, with the potential of the virus being leaked from a lab being re-examined. However, a natural origin of the [read more]
This is how those viral Tom Cruise deepfakes were made.
On this date in 1983, Kansas City Royals 3B George Brett hit a go-ahead HR vs the New York Yankees in the 9th, but was then ruled out for having too much pine tar on his bat. [read more]
In a memo issued to teams Thursday, the NFL said if a game is unable to be rescheduled during the 18-week regular-season window due to a COVID-19 outbreak among unvaccinated players, the team experiencing the outbreak [read more]
Counterfeit AirPods reportedly cost Apple $3.2B in 2021 alone. What does that mean? On MacBreak Weekly, Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, Alex Lindsay, and Rene Ritchie discuss.
The Kansas violinist, vocalist and MC Robby Steinhardt has died after a short illness Kansas founding member, violinist and singer Robby Steinhardt has sadly died, aged 71, of complications from acute pancreatitis. In a short statement, [read more]
As millions of Americans received unemployment payments to get through the crisis, scammers developed a new way to steal cash directly from recipients’ accounts, according to an investigation by CNBC. When one single mother’s account [read more]
Dogecoin co-creator Jackson Palmer isn’t on social media much. After nuking his YouTube channel and turning his Twitter account private back in mid-2019, the software engineer hadn’t made a peep on the platforms at all; not [read more]
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Workers at the Topeka plant have been pushed to the brink as the factory revved up operations during the pandemic according to the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers Local 218. Many of the factory’s [read more]