The University of Tennessee-Knoxville is receiving criticism after reporting surfaced that it advanced proposals for partnering with a “critical race collective” (CRC) and is seeking to integrate social justice and anti-racism into various aspects of the school. The College Fix reported last
A father and son from New York have turned their good deeds into a local landscaping business. The business, T & Son’s Property Management, was inspired by 16-year-old Thor Hendrickson’s desire to help out his neighbors in Malta, just north of Albany.
Thousands of schools closed during the week of Jan. 2 after the holiday break, amid a surge of COVID-19 cases and harsh winter weather conditions. More than 5,200 schools closed across the U.S. the first week of the year, some of which
A vegan and environmentally-friendly egg white has been created using fungus, which could provide an alternative to intensive chicken farming. Researchers in Finland have created ovalbumin, the primary protein in egg white, out of Trichoderma reesei, a species of fungus known to degrade clothing.
They were known as the vocal powerhouses of the Seventies, releasing iconic hits such as We Are Family and He’s the Greatest Dancer. Now disco legends Sister Sledge have revealed they’re coming back with a bang – this time involving members of their
After AT&T and Verizon agreed to a two week delay in rolling out new 5G services, the Federal Aviation Administration is working on a plan to create exclusion zones for the powerful cell towers near up to 50 major US airports. At
The inventor of 3D-printed ‘suicide capsules’ is planning to create a body implant for people with dementia that would kill its user if they forget to deactivate it. Australian euthanasia advocate Dr Philip Nitschke, also known as ‘Dr Death’, is a former