MSNBC anchors praised Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren for being a good loser by taking pictures after her poor showing, while CNN analyst Van Jones made some good points about the other Democratic candidates. (RELATED: ‘Selfiegate’: The Biggest Scandal In The Warren Campaign) … [Read more...] about Media Does Bernie Damage Control After New Hampshire
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The effort, involving a longtime lobster scientist, wouldn't be the first example of coastal invertebrates being used to aid human health. Horseshoe crabs are harvested because their blood contains a protein used to detect contamination in medical products. A different startup company in Maine announced in 2016 that it would develop a bandage coated with a substance extracted from crushed lobster shells. And the U.S. Army has made use of field bandages treated with a blood clotting compound processed from shrimp shells. … [Read more...] about Claws of health? Lobster blood could play role in new drugs
But Garcia said she wants to advocate forcefully for Biden around Houston and throughout Texas, especially given that the former vice president’s campaign has been vastly outspent by Sanders and, more recently, by billionaire Mike Bloomberg, the former New York mayor. Bloomberg, who’s skipping the four early nominating contests and concentrating on Super Tuesday, has seen an uptick in congressional endorsements in recent weeks. … [Read more...] about House impeachment manager from Texas endorses Joe Biden
ICE’s spokesman in San Francisco, James Schwab, resigned last month, telling The Chronicle that the suggestion that 800-plus people escaped the sweep because of Schaaf’s warning was unsupportable. He said he believed the number was far lower but that officials refused to correct the assertion. … [Read more...] about Trump renews attack on Schaaf for ICE warning: ‘Something should happen there’
So if you see a dropped out candidate on your ballot, that candidate has not made a miraculous comeback from the dead — they are still out of the race. If you so desire, you can vote for that candidate and your vote will still be counted. The South Carolina primary — another potential contest that could "weed out" candidates — is just a few days before California's primary, so residents who vote in person could potentially see several candidates who have already dropped out on their ballots. … [Read more...] about Super Tuesday 2020: Why are dropped out candidates on my California ballot?