The tragedy was described as a “breakdown of our mental health system in America” by the County Sheriff, who stated that mental health providers don’t have sufficient resources.
GOP Vows to Cut Social Security and Medicare — Protects Pentagon Budget Despite Wasteful Spending
Republican representatives have stated that the bloated Pentagon budget will not be targeted in these spending cuts.
Hershey’s Dark Chocolate May Contain Dangerous Levels of Heavy Metals — Yum
A Long Island man has filed a $5 million federal lawsuit against The Hershey Company, alleging that the company’s dark chocolate contains dangerous levels of heavy metals.
Bernie Helps Sound the Alarm on Predatory Medical Credit Cards
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau recently imposed $3.7 billion in penalties on Wells Fargo, one of the largest issuers of medical credit cards, for a range of abuses.
Walgreens Admits Crying Wolf About “Gang” Theft Causing Store Closures
The pharmacy giant claimed that “gangs” were causing store closures by stealing large quantities of beauty products, despite those claims not being supported by the facts.
Neuroscientist Thinks Elon Musk Should Drop Acid to Transcend His Tribalism
Psychedelics, such as LSD, DMT, and psilocybin, may have the ability to shift Musk’s perspective and inspire him to adopt a new approach to doing things for the greater good of humanity.
Children’s Cognitive Development Is Higher For Low-Income Families That Get Cash Gifts: Study
Patterns of neural activity observed in the group that got a $333 a month gift were associated with higher language, cognitive and social-emotional scores later in life.
Glenn Beck Has Covid-19 For A Second Time — Concerned It’s “Getting Into My Lungs” This Time
“I’m not going downhill. I’m feeling better, it’s just getting into my lungs. You want to avoid that,” the unvaccinated radio host said, sporadically coughing throughout the interview.
Keanu Reeves Is Said To Have Donated Around $31.5m Of His Matrix Salary To Cancer Research
“I have a private foundation that’s been running for five or six years, and it helps aid a couple of children’s hospitals and cancer research,” Reeves told Ladies’ Home Journal in 2009.
Workers’ Comp Law Might Not Cover Wichita Nurse’s On-The-Job Exposure That Almost Killed Him
“All our front line workers are called heroes, but no one has heard they are not covering workers’ compensation cases. Morally, I think it’s reprehensible,” said attorney Jonathan Voegeli.