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  • Menorah Lighting Is Back At The White House This Year

    Menorah Lighting Is Back At The White House This Year

    Jonathan D. Sarna, Brandeis University President Joe Biden’s staff has dispatched invitations to a “Menorah Lighting to be held at the White House” on Dec. 1, the evening when the fourth candle of the eight-day festival of Hanukkah will be lit. The event promises to be quite different from last year’s event, hosted by Donald […]

  • Recall of 300,000+ Wireless Earphones Due to Fire and Burn Injuries

    Recall of 300,000+ Wireless Earphones Due to Fire and Burn Injuries

    By B.N. Frank Wireless wearables (activity trackers/watches, earphones, hearing aids, rings, Virtual Reality (VR) goggles, etc.) operate via biologically harmful wireless frequencies (aka “Wi-Fi”) and expose wearers to biologically harmful radiation.  They have been associated with Cyberattacks Fires, explosions, overheating (see 1, 2) Health complaints (rashes, electric shock, other undesirable symptoms) (see 1, 2, 3, […]

  • I Like The Steam Deck's Box Art

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    Valve has released hardware before, but nothing quite so big and ambitious as the Steam Deck before. And releasing proper hardware means Valve had to think of something a software-first company hasn’t had to think of very often: what should its box look like. Read more… Source link

  • EPA Continues to Prioritize Scientifically Sound Non-Animal Tests

    PETA

    Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the first update to its Work Plan for reducing the use of animals in testing. The plan lists concrete steps that the agency will take in the coming three years to reduce tests on animals for pesticides and industrial chemicals. © iStock.com/CreativeNature_nl The pillars of the updated […]

  • Jan. 6 Committee: Meadows’ Book May Undermine His Executive Privilege Claims

    Jan. 6 Committee: Meadows’ Book May Undermine His Executive Privilege Claims

    Jan. 6 committee members on Thursday told Politico that former White House chief of staff Mark Meadows may have poked holes in his argument for withholding his contacts with former President Trump on the day of the deadly Capitol insurrection by revealing selected details in his book set to be released next week. Source link

  • Powell, Wood, Other Big Lie Attorneys Ordered To Pay $175,000 In Gov’t Legal Fees

    Powell, Wood, Other Big Lie Attorneys Ordered To Pay $175,000 In Gov’t Legal Fees

    A federal judge in Michigan ordered several Trumpy attorneys including Sidney Powell and Lin Wood to pay $175,000 in attorneys fees to the state of Michigan and city of Detroit on Thursday — part of court-ordered sanctions for a frivolous lawsuit to overturn the 2020 election.  Source link

  • Acclaimed city builder Cities: Skylines getting the virtual reality treatment in Cities: VR

    Acclaimed city builder Cities: Skylines getting the virtual reality treatment in Cities: VR

    Developer Colossal Order’s acclaimed city builder Cities: Skylines is being reimagined for virtual reality devices, and will be coming to Oculus Quest 2 (or Meta Quest 2 as it’ll soon be renamed) as Cities: VR in “spring” next year. Cities: VR is the work of developer Fast Travel Games and aims to deliver the breadth […]

  • Gabe James shares his intimate new EP ‘CITY OF LOST ANGELS’

    Gabe James shares his intimate new EP ‘CITY OF LOST ANGELS’

    Venturing to a big city like Los Angeles can be overwhelming especially if you are coming from a small town. Gabe James intricately narrates his big move to LA and his struggle to fit in with his new EP CITY OF LOST ANGELS. Focusing on themes of love, rejection and saying goodbye, this new four-track […]

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