After the recent school shooting, Ted Cruz focuses on the doors

In the wake of the recent school massacre, Republican policymakers find themselves in a familiar situation. Pressed for answers, GOP officials can’t get away with simply saying, “We’ll wait for our time for a while until something new dominates the headlines and voters focus on something else.” And so the Republicans are skewed. The tropes … Read more

Apple AirTags and other devices used to track domestic violence victims – NBC Boston

Apple AirTags are small trackers that cost around $30 and can be linked to anything to help you locate lost items. It’s slightly larger than a quarter and can help you keep track of anything from your lost car keys to your luggage. Unfortunately, as NBC 10 Boston found by requesting public records, these devices … Read more

Memorial Aid Ministries are planning to open a new resale store in the Heights and are looking for volunteers.

Memorial Assistance Ministries are growing and anticipating the opening of the new Heights campus in July. It will feature a 1,900-square-foot resale store. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization based in Spring Branch is looking for volunteers to staff the store and work in other roles. Before the July soft opening, MAM needs 35 to 45 volunteers … Read more

Global Pharmaceutical Group Products Market Report 2022: $250+Billion Market by 2030 – Focus on Transdermal Patches, Inhalers, Infusion Pumps, Pharmaceutical Absorbent Stents, Antimicrobial Catheters

Dublin, 25 May 2022– (work wire)–The Mixed Pharmaceutical Products Market Size, Share Analysis Report and Trends by Product (Percutaneous Patches, Inhalers, Infusion Pumps, Pharmaceutical Lubricant Stents, Antimicrobial Catheters), Segment Forecast, 2022-2030 Report added to ResearchAndMarkets.com an offer. The global market size for combination pharmaceutical products is expected to reach US$ 251.9 billion by 2030. It … Read more

SNUBH develops technology to diagnose sleep apnea by recording smartphone

Researchers at Seoul National University Bundang Hospital (SNUBH) have developed a technology that can diagnose sleep apnea using just a smartphone device’s microphone. A research team at Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, led by Professors Kim Jong-hoon (left) and Cho Seung-woo, has developed a smartphone technology to detect sleep apnea. Sleep apnea is a symptom … Read more

opinion | Democrats face a time bomb on health care costs

Placeholder while loading article actions You might call it the disastrous “October surprise” for Democrats in this year’s crucial midterm campaign — but it wouldn’t be a surprise at all, and entirely avoidable. The ruling party’s inability so far to reach some kind of agreement on a reduced version of President Biden’s legislation to build … Read more

Marjorie Taylor Green’s disturbing victory

to me NBC News expectations, Representative Marjorie Taylor Green He won the Republican primaries in Georgia’s 14th congressional district, easily fending off five challengers who sought to replace one of Congress’s most controversial new lawmakers. Green is expected to sail a re-election cruise in her red-hot constituency in November. Greene’s victory is a loss for … Read more

Search Minerals recognizes new aid in exploration

Vancouver, British Columbia, May 24, 2022 (Globe Newswire) – Search Minerals Inc. (TSXV: SMY | OTCQB: SHCMF) (“research“or the”company”) acknowledging receipt of a $90,000 grant from the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador for exploration work completed in 2021 on the Company’s Critical Rare Earth Element (CREE) claims located near the communities of St. Louis and … Read more

Wall Street tumbles after Snap’s bleak forecast sparked a sell-off

Snap is set for its worst day ever after a profit warning Abercrombie & Fitch stagnates after cutting revenue forecasts Indices down: Dow 0.77%, S&P 1.77%, Nasdaq 3.26% May 24 (Reuters) – Wall Street’s main indexes tumbled on Tuesday, with the tech-heavy Nasdaq advancing down, as weak earnings expectations from Snapchat owner Snapchat exacerbated nerves … Read more