Carlo Ciotoli, M.D., New York University’s associate vice president for student health and executive director of the Student Health Center, is walking in Strong’s shoes. After notifying the NYU community in January 2020 about COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, people continued to crowd into bars and restaurants, and masks were limited to health care, not streetwear. New York was a hot spot. Students still traveled by plane and mass transit around the planet. States in different parts of the country opened up, then closed when flu rates rose. … [Read more...] about Universities Try to Keep Students Apart but Together
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Grossman lost two friends during the pandemic, one a confirmed case of the coronavirus and one suspected. She is amazed (and appalled) that some New Yorkers can be so cavalier. She said she recently walked by “a BBQ of 40 people, drinking, no social distancing, and no masks.” She thought, “Who are you? Did you just get to New York yesterday? Did you not hear the ambulances I heard?” … [Read more...] about For These New Yorkers, the Coronavirus Nightmare Has Not Ended With Reopening
Further, Justice Department prosecutors in the Southern District of New York charged and convicted Trump's former attorney Michael Cohen of campaign finance crimes relating to payments of hush money to two women who allegedly had affairs with Trump; the SDNY declared in a court filing that Cohen "acted in coordination with and at the direction of" Trump (identified, transparently, as "Individual-1"). The Manhattan District Attorney continues to investigate Trump's involvement in the payoffs, just last week winning a Supreme Court ruling rejecting Trump's claim to categorical immunity from a subpoena while in office (although a presidential pardon would not necessarily foreclose state-level charges). Trump's story has evolved, but he has at times denied knowing about the payments. … [Read more...] about Will Trump try to self-pardon?
Boebert isn’t the only candidate with ties to QAnon to appear on Patriots’ Soapbox. Rich McCormick, the Republican nominee in a battleground Georgia district, appeared on Patriots’ Soapbox show in June. Like Boebert, McCormick avoided mentioning QAnon—even as the screens around him were covered with references to it. Nevertheless, the Democratic Party’s congressional campaign arm has attacked McCormick over his Patriots’ Soapbox appearance, calling him “QAnon’s Other Candidate in Georgia”—a reference to Marjorie Taylor Greene, an avowed QAnon believer poised to win a runoff next month for the Republican nomination in a heavily Republican Georgia district. … [Read more...] about GOPers Are Trying to Recruit QAnon Voters And Using This YouTube Show to Do It
“This star is unique because it has all the key features of a white dwarf but it has this very high velocity and unusual abundances that make no sense when combined with its low mass,” said Professor Boris Gaensicke from the Department of Physics at the University of Warwick, in the statement. “It has a chemical composition which is the fingerprint of nuclear burning, a low mass and a very high velocity: all of these facts imply that it must have come from some kind of close binary system and it must have undergone thermonuclear ignition." … [Read more...] about Thermonuclear blast sends star hurtling across our galaxy