The owner of a limousine company in the crash that killed 20 people was someone already familiar to law enforcement, but not in the way you might think.
The disputed jailhouse death of an opposition councilman arrested on allegations of plotting to kill President Nicolas Maduro has triggered alarm among many Venezuelans and swift condemnation from several foreign dignitaries.
(NYU Langone Health / NYU School of Medicine) Lifestyle intervention delivered in churches by community-based health workers led to a significant reduction in blood pressure among African Americans compared to health education alone, according to a stu… Continue reading → Continue reading →
(Washington University School of Medicine) An inability to properly use the essential mineral manganese could be to blame for some cases of severe scoliosis, according to a new study from Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Continue reading → Continue reading →
(American Heart Association) A church-based program to encourage a healthy lifestyle reduced systolic blood pressure more than an educational program alone in blacks with uncontrolled high blood pressure. Delivered by trained lay church members, the fa… Continue reading → Continue reading →
(American Society of Agronomy) Sustainable intensification is an approach that aims to increase crop yields on existing agricultural land while minimizing the negative environmental pressures and impacts of agricultural systems. Scientists at the Ameri… Continue reading → Continue reading →
A special education teacher in Minnesota was placed on paid administration Monday for an alleged tweet that seemed to encourage the killing of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, The Star Tribune reported.
Khabib Nurmagomedov, the undefeated UFC fighter who beat former champion Conor McGregor on Saturday night, has to now face his next opponent: his father who is going to “smash” him when he gets home.
A woman in Florida reportedly refused to be put in the corner and was allegedly arrested for reenacting a scene from “Dirty Dancing” while purchasing wine at a local store.
More than a thousand people might have been wrongly registered to vote in California, according to an internal audit of the state’s Department of Motor Vehicles that was reportedly released Monday.