Opinion: Now the CDC wants to shut down 'hygiene theater'
Remember when we all thought we had to wash our vegetables to remove possible contamination from the novel coronavirus? A year ago, this was a hot topic of discussion; when asked by friends (and I frequently was asked by friends) how to both eat and live safely, I referred them to this well-done video that shows the best clean-your-box-of-pasta approach.
Protesters across Russia call for Alexey Navalny's release on same day as Putin's annual address
fRussian security forces rounded up more than 1,000 demonstrators on Wednesday as thousands of people in cities across the country rallied in support of jailed opposition leader Alexey Navalny, according to OVD-Info, an independent monitoring group.
Ohio's Republican governor announces police reform bill
Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine said Wednesday that a police reform bill is in the works, one of several police reform efforts underway nationwide in the wake of Tuesday's conviction of a former Minneapolis Police officer in the murder of George Floyd.
Report: Chronic leadership problems plagued oversight of DHS inspector general's office
Management and operational challenges plagued the Department of Homeland Security Office of Inspector General for years, hurting its ability to effectively carry out its oversight mission, according to preliminary findings from the Government Accountability Office.
Analysis: Biden hits 200 million vaccine doses. The next 200 million will be a lot harder
It's no longer supply, it's demand. This, right now, is the moment when the government stopped the triage effort on vaccines and started trying to convince the skeptical and the unwilling to roll up their sleeves.
Justice may have been served in the legal sense, but true justice would be George Floyd still being alive
A sense of justice's triumph echoed across the country shortly after a jury in Minneapolis convicted Derek Chauvin in George Floyd's death. To some, however, that feeling was tempered by the simple fact that Floyd should have been alive today.
Tesla owners warned of 'full self-driving' risks even before fatal crash
Tesla's "full self-driving" feature has attempted to drive under a railroad crossing arm while a speeding train passes. It's nearly driven head on into a concrete wall of a parking garage, attempted ill-advised left turns, clipped at least one curb, and at least one driver was able to set a maximum speed of 90 mph on a street where the posted speed limit was 35 mph, according to videos posted on social media.