Chase Center erupts after Dubs’ announcer calls for ‘sensitive gun laws’

Ahead of Game 5 of the Western Conference Finals on Thursday night, the Golden State Warriors held a moment of silence for the victims of Tuesday’s mass shooting in Uvalde, Texas. Unlike past moments of silence, the announcer at Chase Center concluded by providing resources for individuals seeking “sensitive gun laws in America.” Even though … Read more

What to Know About the Lone Star Tick That Can Make You Allergic to Meat

photo: Jay Ondreicka (shutterstock) Ticks and tick-borne diseases are on the riseand have been for years. While we usually think of Lyme disease when we think of ticks, there are plenty of other issues that can be caused by a tick bite, like Rocky Mountain spotted fever. Another, less well-known condition: mammalian meat allergy, which … Read more

A police news conference in Uvalde leaves ‘gaps and confusion’

Placeholder while article actions load Nearly 48 hours after one of the worst school shootings in American history, journalists sought answers Thursday from police about a basic question: What happened when an 18-year-old carrying a gun showed up at Robb Elementary School on Tuesday? Many said they left the news conference more confused than before. … Read more

Ask the Developer Vol. 5, Nintendo Switch Sports–Part 1

Content pre-recorded in accordance with current COVID-19 health and safety guidelines. This article has been translated from the original Japanese content. This interview was conducted before the game was released. In this fifth volume of Ask the Developer, an interview series in which Nintendo developers convey in their own words Nintendo’s thoughts about creating products … Read more

Billionaire Bill Miller calls Bitcoin ‘insurance’ against financial catastrophe

Bill Miller the billionaire founder and Chief Investment Officer of investment firm Miller Value Partners, has said he considers Bitcoin (BTC) an “insurance policy against financial catastrophe.” Appearing on an episode of the “Richer, Wiser, Happier” podcast on May 24 Miller backed the cryptocurrency as a means for those caught in conflict to still access … Read more

Risk of food insecurity threatens record 36% of Brazilian families -study

SAO PAULO, May 26 (Reuters) – The risk of going hungry in Brazil is higher than ever, as the percentage of people unable to afford food for themselves or their family at some point during the last 12 months rose to a record 36% in 2021, from 30% in 2019, a newly published study showed. … Read more

Chaotic video shows parents pleading with law enforcement to enter Uvalde school, save children from gunman

UVALDE, Texas – WARNING: Some viewers may find the video above disturbing. A video has surfaced on social media showing parents desperately pleading with law enforcement officers to save children from a gunman’s rampage at a Uvalde elementary school. The shooting happened Tuesday at Robb Elementary School when the 18-year-old gunman roamed inside for nearly … Read more

Tennis has anger-management problem, and it’s getting worse

Placeholder while article actions load PARIS — On an obscure court at Roland Garros, in a women’s singles match that drew scant attention, 63rd-ranked Irina-Camelia Begu thrust herself into the global spotlight as the latest example of the ugly, potentially injurious on-court outbursts plaguing pro tennis in recent months. Irked over losing her serve in … Read more

NASA Satellite to Attempt Laser Communications Speed ​​Record

A tiny gold-coated satellite lifted off from Earth on Wednesday with a rather large goal in mind for NASA: beam down data at the fastest rate ever achieved by space lasers. The space agency’s TeraByte InfraRed Delivery (TBIRD) system launched aboard SpaceX’s Transporter-5 rideshare mission from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station in Florida. TBIRD is … Read more