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  • The known unknowns about Ozempic, explained
    Ozempic in a pharmacy in Krakow, Poland, in December 2023. | Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images Ozempic has become hugely popular. Researchers are racing to learn more about what it does to us. If you track the news at all, you’ve probably heard of a revolutionary new weight-loss drug called Ozempic. The very idea of…
  • 6 dead, 10 hurt as wrong-way pickup hits van packed with passengers in Idaho
    Six people died and 10 others were injured when a pickup truck veered into oncoming traffic and hit a passenger van filled with people in Idaho Falls, Idaho, on Saturday morning.
  • Maryland governor signs Biden-inspired bill establishing ‘Center for Firearm Violence Prevention’
    Democratic Maryland governor Wes Moore signed a bill establishing the first statewide gun violence prevention center earlier this week. The project, which is called the Center for Firearm Violence Prevention and Intervention, will operate within the Maryland Department of Health. Its mission is to “consolidate and better coordinate Maryland’s public health approach to preventing gun…
  • Trump at NRA convention floats a three-term presidency – POLITICO
    Trump at NRA convention floats a three-term presidency  POLITICO Trump demands Biden ‘drug test,’ rips ‘radical’ RFK Jr. in bid to ‘rebellious bunch’ at NRA  Fox News Trump accepts NRA endorsement, urges gun owners to vote in 2024  NBC News Former President Donald Trump to speak at NRA Meeting in Dallas amid protests  CBS News Trump urges members to…
  • Blood, flames, and horror movies: The evocative imagery of King Charles’s portrait
    A visitor looks at the new official portrait of King Charles III, painted by British artist Jonathan Yeo, displayed at the Philip Mould gallery, on Pall Mall, central London, on May 16, 2024 | Henry Nicholls/AFP/Getty Images The furor over the painting points to the Crown’s larger problems. As far back as the 1500s, the…
  • Google tests AI to detect scam phone calls. Privacy advocates are terrified.
    Some privacy advocates say that they’re terrified by an announcement this week from Google that the company is testing a way to scan people’s phone calls.
  • Alaska lawmakers end their session with late bills passing on energy, education
    Alaska lawmakers ended their four-month session early Thursday with a flurry of last-minute bills addressing priority issues such as energy and correspondence school programs that are a focus of ongoing litigation. Bickering over the budget was muted compared with prior years, and Republican Gov. Mike Dunleavy and legislative leaders claimed successes in a session that…