USDA rabies vaccines scattered in 13 states

NEW ORLEANS (Associated Press) – The US Department of Agriculture has begun sprinkling millions of oral rabies vaccine packages from helicopters and planes across 13 states from Maine to Alabama. Field trial coordinator Gordona Kirby said the main goal is to prevent raccoons from spreading their strain of the deadly virus to countries where it … Read more

Victorious Week in Saudi Arabia Reclaims the Embrace of the West

New York (AFP) – It seems that Saudi Arabia is leaving behind a torrent of negative coverage about the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. It has been snatched since 2018. The kingdom is once again enthusiastically welcomed back into the polite and powerful community, and the pursuit of Saudi investments is no longer frowned upon. or … Read more

The dangers and promises of quantum computing are approaching

The stark warning came from one of the tech world’s most prominent CEOs. Alphabet CEO Sundar Pichai told an audience at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, three years ago that quantum computing has the potential to change humanity’s understanding of the natural world, enabling scientists to create new drugs and better batteries, among … Read more

The Fed’s fight against inflation could cost 1.2 million US jobs

Minneapolis CNN Business – In its efforts to lower historical inflation and cool the economy, the Federal Reserve has used Multiple euphemisms To describe the potential impact on Americans’ jobs, from Economical ‘pain’ To the “unfortunate costs” and Softening the labor market. However, the data does not taint the words. The Federal Reserve’s latest economic … Read more

How political candidates target you on social media based on your music tastes, shopping habits and favorite TV shows

CNN – Marco Rubio hopes to sway voters interested in Chick-fil-A, Ram Trucks and Duck Dynasty. John Fetterman is looking for fans of microbreweries, Teslas and Dave Matthews Band. And Michael Bennett wants to reach people who love Taylor Swift and Lizzo — while shunning Jason Aldean’s loyal listeners. Candidates in some of the most … Read more

Hurricane Fiona: As the storm passed near Bermuda, Canadians on the Atlantic coast were on alert

CNN – Killer Hurricane Fiona It has become a Category 4 storm as it heads toward the Atlantic coast of Canada, according to the National Hurricane Center. Officials in Canada’s Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island are urging those in the path of the storm to be on high alert and prepare for the impact … Read more

Opinion: The metaverse can be transformative, but it’s a legal and ethical minefield

Editor’s note: Jane Thomason He is a Dubai-based writer specializing in groundbreaking technologies and social transformation, and his books include Applied Ethics in a Digital World. She is a member of the editorial board of the peer-reviewed journals “Frontiers in Blockchain”, “Global Health Journal” and “Journal of Metaverse” and president of Kasei Holdings, a Web … Read more

Putin orders partial military recall, sparking protests

Kyiv, Ukraine (AFP) – Russian President Vladimir Putin ordered a partial mobilization of reservists Wednesday to bolster his forces in Ukraine, a hugely unpopular move that sparked rare protests across the country and led to the arrest of nearly 1,200 people. The risky order follows humiliating setbacks for Putin’s forces nearly seven months after their … Read more

Why Americans shouldn’t panic as the Fed raises interest rates: Finance experts

Americans should stay calm, boost their personal savings and sharply monitor their long-term fiscal plan like the Federal Reserve raises interest ratespersonal finance experts told The Post. The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate by 0.75% on Wednesday for the third consecutive month. By raising interest rates, the Fed makes it more expensive to … Read more

Grant winner Jesse Hawkes Pierce supports athletes with disabilities

Jesse Hawkes-Pierce with John West, EIT’s Head of Business and Computing, and CEO of Ryman Healthcare NZ Cheyne Chalmers. Not content with her laurels, Jesse Hawkes-Pierce has her finger in many pies and is already looking to the future after receiving a Sir James Watty scholarship three weeks ago. The 26-year-old EIT Business student won … Read more