“Isn’t it incredible that because of the vaccines which I and my administration came up with years ahead of schedule (despite the fact that everybody, including Fauci, said would never happen) that we no longer need masks, and yet our names are not even mentioned in what everybody is calling the modern day miracle of the vaccines?”
An employee of a U.S. Department of Defense contractor and another man were arrested Wednesday on suspicion of participating in a scheme to steal and sell sensitive U.S. Air Force technical data, federal prosecutors said.
State and federal officials are scrambling to find alternate routes to deliver gasoline in the Southeast U.S. after a hack of the nation’s largest fuel pipeline led to panic-buying that contributed to more than 1,000 gas stations running out of fuel.
The US government issued emergency legislation on Sunday after the largest fuel pipeline in the US was hit by a ransomware cyber-attack.
Churchill Downs suspended trainer Bob Baffert from entering horses at the track and suggested that it would invalidate Medina Spirit’s Kentucky Derby victory if the results of a failed post-race drug test are upheld.
It’s probably best if you gird yourself before you look down from the Arouca Bridge.
The narrow footbridge suspended across a river canyon in northern Portugal claims to be the world’s longest pedestrian bridge and was officially inaugurated Sunday.
Digital health passports are being deployed at over 60 US stadiums and other venues this summer to get the economy “back to normal,” according to Reuters.
He was born on March 30th 1970 at Meadow Farm in Virginia.
Europe can achieve herd immunity against the virus within three to four months, the head of German pharmaceutical company BioNTech, developer of the first widely approved inoculation with U.S. partner Pfizer, said Wednesday.