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Growing up in a military family in Florida, Matthew Gomez entered high school as what he describes as a “hard-line Republican.”
In a lab at the Las Vegas Natural History Museum, researchers from UNLV are combing over fossils from a Columbian mammoth that was a real stand-up guy.
The Supreme Court says a grand jury can keep digging until “every available clue has been run down.” As a former lawyer on the staff of independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr, I hope that’s not Robert Mueller’s plan. If, as reported, he’s thinking about subpoenaing President Trump to testify , he should drop the idea. The rule of law is at stake.
Under independent counsel Kenneth W. Starr in 1998, I helped draft what came to be known as the Starr Report: a summary of “substantial and credible information ... that may constitute grounds for an impeachment,” which 28 U.S.C. § 595(c) then required us to send to the House of Representatives. One of my colleagues in that endeavor was Brett Kavanaugh, the D.C. Circuit judge President Trump has nominated to the Supreme Court.
Simply Money Advisors discuss how using a tablets and phones could cause damage to your neck.
Last week I reported the news that deaths by suicide in this country are up 25 percent since 1999. According to federal data, deaths attributed to opioid overdose and alcohol abuse are now at the highest rate in 35 years. Life expectancy in the United States has dropped two years in a row, marking the first downturn in more than two decades.
Across the United States, more people of all ages are identifying as something other than male or female.
A study recently published in the Journal of Physical Therapy Science suggests gender and posture are two of the biggest risk factors in development of neck and shoulder pain related to tablet use.
How often do you check your work email from home?
American labor unions have long been bracing for a “post-Janus” future in which collecting dues would be harder than ever.
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