close Video CDC director accused of 'moving the goalposts' on school reopenings FOX News contributors Guy Benson and Dr. Marc Siegel join 'Fox News @ Night' to discuss the latest CDC COVID guidance Kids are at the lowest risk of COVID-19 death and least likely to transmit the virus. But they are being deprived of their livelihood by being shut out of school. Adults are at higher risk of death and transmission . But the CDC has no problems allowing them to sit shoulder-to-shoulder for hours on airplanes or go to restaurants, casinos and bowling alleys. So why does the CDC continue to create more barriers to sending kids back to school ? The CDC’s new COVID-19 guidelines for reopening schools claim to be scientific. But they further harm children by creating overly burdensome recommendations. SAN FRANCISCO OFFICIALS SHOW OFF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL READY FOR STUDENTS, BUT NO REOPENING DATE IN SIGHT Defying science, the … [Read more...] about Dr. Marty Makary: CDC’s new COVID school guidelines are scientifically flawed and our kids will pay the price
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President Biden Joe Biden Suspect in FedEx shooting used two assault rifles he bought legally: police US, China say they are 'committed' to cooperating on climate change DC goes to the dogs — Major and Champ, that is MORE is scheduled to meet Monday with a bipartisan group of lawmakers, all of whom are former governors or mayors, to discuss his $2.25 trillion infrastructure proposal. The group, which is made up of five Democrats, four Republicans and one independent, includes Sens. John Hickenlooper John Hickenlooper On The Trail: How marijuana went mainstream Senators press for answers in Space Command move decision Senate rejects Cruz effort to block stimulus checks for undocumented immigrants MORE (D-Colo.), John Hoeven John Henry Hoeven OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Supreme Court declines to hear challenge to Obama marine monument designation | Interior reverses course on tribal ownership of portion of Missouri river | White House … [Read more...] about Biden to hold second meeting with bipartisan lawmakers on infrastructure
When he took the oath of office, President Biden Joe Biden Suspect in FedEx shooting used two assault rifles he bought legally: police US, China say they are 'committed' to cooperating on climate change DC goes to the dogs — Major and Champ, that is MORE faced a confluence of crises as great or greater than any of his predecessors. The Coronavirus, which had already claimed 400,000 lives, was setting records for positive cases, hospitalizations, and fatalities. Millions of Americans were unemployed, many of them facing eviction from their homes. Police violence against African Americans had prompted protests for racial justice. The assault on the Capitol on Jan. 6 was, according to historian Michael Beschloss, “ a near-death experience of our democracy .” Biden began his tenure by lowering the rhetorical temperature, appealing for unity, and steering through Congress a $1.9 trillion Coronavirus Relief Bill, which provided $1,400 checks to people making … [Read more...] about Why President Biden is all-in in infrastructure
For fans of cult television from yesteryear, the word “quantum” might evoke images of actor Scott Bakula bouncing around points in time with a holographic sidekick in the bygone NBC show “Quantum Leap.” But quantum technology is not science fiction. It’s real. And the next generation of that technology is slowly emerging from research labs into the commercial sphere right now. It’s early yet, but the technology has the potential to transform everything from chemical development to self-driving car technology to computing as we know it, backers and researchers say. Amid all that buzz, Colorado, specifically, the Denver-Boulder area, is putting its stamp on the quantum realm. The area sports decades of research expertise, a pipeline of talent and a roster of ambitious companies aiming to make waves. It’s an industry concentration that could pay huge dividends for the state’s economy if the technology lives up to its promise. “People call Silicon Valley Silicon Valley for … [Read more...] about Quantum technology: Can the Denver, Boulder area be an epicenter for the next great tech boom?
Over the past year, we have witnessed the national outcry against our “ race-based caste system ,” the frailty of our social safety nets and economic precarity disproportionately affecting communities of color . This stems from barriers rooted in poverty and discrimination with downstream collateral of inaccessible housing, education, transportation, healthcare and job security with paid sick leave and a living wage. It is well established that poverty and low-income status are associated with worse health status and outcomes . Currently, there is a feverish inward focus on increasing inclusion, representation and research to challenge structural racism within healthcare systems. However, empowering patients entangled in this complex web of racially-driven societal structures and intergenerational poverty cannot be achieved with insulated healthcare initiatives and policy changes. One of the ways to do this is to support federal policy that … [Read more...] about Addressing racial health inequities includes addressing the minimum wage