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‘You Have Utterly Failed.’ The Department of Justice Undercounted Nearly 1,000 Deaths in U.S. Prisons

The Justice Department undercounted nearly 1,000 deaths in prisons, jails, or during arrests during the last fiscal year, according to the results of a nearly year-long bipartisan investigation. The 10-month investigation, outlined in a Sept. 20 report released jointly by the Senate’s Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations and the Government Accountability Office, centered on whether the

Special Master Appears Skeptical of Trump’s Claims He Declassified Mar-a-Lago Documents

During a Tuesday court hearing, an independent judge tasked with reviewing the thousands of documents seized from former President Donald Trump’s residence in Palm Beach, Florida, pressed Trump’s legal team on whether they would provide evidence that Trump declassified any of the materials. Trump has claimed publicly that he declassified the government records that were

How to Help Puerto Rico After Hurricane Fiona

In the immediate wake of Hurricane Fiona, which battered Puerto Rico on Sunday and Monday and left at least two dead, most residents of the island are still without power, water service, or both. The Category 3 storm dumped up to 32 inches of rain in some regions, leading to catastrophic flooding and mudslides that

House Moves Toward Updating Electoral Count Act, Hoping to Avoid Repeat of Jan. 6

Congress is on the verge of passing a bill aimed at preventing another attempted insurrection like Jan. 6, 2021, but first the House and Senate have to resolve a set of differences over how, exactly, to update a 135-year-old law that Donald Trump and his supporters tried to exploit in their efforts to overturn a

YouTube’s Next Move in the Race to Beat TikTok

YouTube is giving more creators more opportunities to make money in an apparent bid to compete with TikTok. The Google-owned company announced at Tuesday’s “Made on YouTube” event that it’s lowering the bar for creators to make money on the platform by introducing revenue-sharing to Shorts, its TikTok-like video-sharing service where videos can be up

Scientists have discovered a new structure of telomeric DNA

Telomeres are sometimes seen as the key to living longer. They protect genes from damage but get shorter each time a cell divides. Each time a cell divides, the telomeres become slightly shorter. Eventually, they become so short that the cell can no longer divide successfully, and the cell dies. Little is known about the

Scientists created synthetic living cells with lifelike functionality

At the nexus of living and non-living matter, improving the spontaneous bottom-up construction of artificial cells with high organizational complexity and diversified functions is still a problem. To address this challenge, scientists- led by the University of Bristol have created synthetic cells, known as protocells, using viscous micro-droplets filled with living bacteria as a microscopic

Smartphones can detect blood oxygen saturation levels, study

Hypoxemia is a medical condition when the blood does not carry enough oxygen to supply the tissues adequately. It is a leading indicator for dangerous complications of respiratory diseases like asthma, COPD, and COVID-19. While specially designed pulse oximeters can deliver precise blood-oxygen saturation (SpO2) readings that enable hypoxemia diagnosis, making this capability available in

Air Pollution causes Negative Changes in a Baby’s gut

Our environment is significantly affected by increasing pollution. This damage can cause various deadly diseases in human beings. The air pollutants are directly linked with the composition and function of the gut microbiome in adults. But this is neglected in infancy as exposure to air pollution in the first six months could affect a child’s

Three new species of Cryptozoic snakes discovered under graveyards and churches in Ecuador

In the Andes of Ecuador, graveyards are lands of the living. A group of scientists led by Alejandro Arteaga, grantee of The Explorers Club Discovery Expeditions and researcher at Khamai Foundation, discovered a fossorial group of snakes hidden under graveyards and churches in remote towns in the Andes of Ecuador. As per the reports, the



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Why Andor Has So Few Easter Eggs—And Why That’s a Good Thing

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