Wednesday, February 1, 2023

Kentucky ‘now a forced-birth state’ after judge reinstates abortion bans

"We must codify the right to abortion in Congress," said Rep. Pramila Jayapal. "Pregnant people deserve to make their own healthcare decisions."

Rivers are key to restoring the world’s biodiversity

Biodiversity is plummeting, but restoring rivers could quickly reverse this disastrous trend.

Psychedelic drug in clinical trial to help stroke victims recover by rewiring brain

Algernon Pharmaceuticals, a Canadian-based company, began its study this week in which stroke participants will be given a microdose of DMT with the hope of minimizing damage and maximizing recovery.

‘Operation Lost Angels’ recovers 33 missing children during Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Child trafficking cases have increases in recent years.

Trump’s most sinister, ultimate scam: warring against causation, the bedrock of reality

Trump corrupts the indispensable bridge between cause and effect, thus banning solutions.

The scary truth is many senate Dems share the same corporate agenda as Amy...

She’s exactly the kind of judge corporate donors support.

Retail industry claims to embrace criminal justice reform all while trying to derail it,...

Best Buy, Home Depot, Target, CVS and Walmart are among the retailers that have tried to derail state-level criminal justice reforms.

Plastic debris plagues Honduras beaches

The "massive trash tsunami" was filled with plastic debris believed to have come from a neighboring river in Guatemala.

Trump administration buys up nearly all the world’s supply of coronavirus drug remdesivir

Remdesivir was the first drug to be approved by U.S. licensing authorities to treat the new coronavirus.

Congress introduces EARN IT Act, which would end encryption programs but violates the Constitution

“EARN IT is anti-speech, anti-security, and anti-innovation. Congress must reject it.”