Scientists are studying hockey-related outbreaks hoping to find clues about the ideal conditions in which the coronavirus thrives — and how to stop it. Experts worry that ice rinks may trap the virus in an area that, by design, restricts airflow, temperature and humidity.
The president’s campaign and its affiliated committees continued a pattern of self-enrichment in which Trump has converted $6.7 million from campaign donors into revenue for his businesses since taking office, new filings show.
In 1969, Congress almost approved a constitutional amendment to get rid of the electoral college. Instead the body will meet Dec. 14 to ratify Joe Biden’s election, despite President Trump’s refusal to concede.
Several problematic sites, for example, support financial transactions through Apple Pay, use Apple’s affiliate links or enable compatibility with Apple devices such as the iPhone, the Oxford researchers said.
Rep. Jennifer Wexton (D-Va.) pressed the treasury secretary at a congressional oversight hearing about a $25 million low-interest loan that went to Wellshire Financial Services, part of title loan empire owned by Atlanta businessman Rod Aycox.
Timnit Gebru, an acclaimed researcher who has criticized the company’s lack of diversity, emailed co-workers that she felt “constantly dehumanized." Her managers, she said, abruptly fired her shortly after.
Smith has already defied every expectation by coming back from a gruesome leg injury in 2018. Now that he is Washington's starting quarterback again, a key question is how well he handles what he calls “the unchoreographed things.”