A startup called Ambrosia that charges $8,000 to fill your veins with the blood of young people is now accepting PayPal payments for the procedure online.
Jesse Karmazin, a Stanford graduate who founded Ambrosia, told Business Insider this week that the company was up and running in five US cities.
Ambrosia recently completed its first clinical trial designed to assess the benefits of the procedure, but it has yet to publish the results. Karmazin previously told Business Insider the company wanted to open the first clinic in New York City, but that didn't happen.
The clash took place at the border between Guatemala and Honduras when hundreds of migrants arrived, seeking easy passage on their way to Mexico, Honduras’ Noti-Bomba reported. A group of migrants refused to wait and began trying to force their way into Guatemala. The move led to a clash with police officers.
In a video published by Noti-Bomba, police can be seen firing volleys of tear gas into the crowd to push back the migrants.
The clash comes one day after authorities in Honduras arrested one of the organizers of the caravan over a 2015 warrant on rape charges, Breitbart News reported.
The Secret Service was never contacted by Nancy Pelosi’s office or other Democratic congressional leadership regarding their ability to protect the president, members of the administration and Congress during the State of the Union, according to a senior law enforcement official at the Department of Homeland Security.
According to the official who spoke to the The Daily Caller, Pelosi made the decision unilaterally without contacting the Secret Service or DHS. “The Secret Service was never contacted by congressional leadership regarding our security plan or the Secret Service’s ability to carry it out,” the senior law enforcement official said.
"Taheb broadened his prospective targets in the Washington, D.C. area and indicated he wished to attack the Washington Monument, the White House, the Lincoln Memorial, and a specific synagogue," the complaint against Taheb said.
Pak said Taheb intended to use IEDs and an anti-tank rocket to carry out the attacks.
The Women’s March published a list of sponsors over the weekend, ahead of its third annual march on Washington, D.C. The list includes fewer than half of the 500 sponsors who supported the march last year, and many of the most prominent past supporters, including the Southern Poverty Law Center, Emily’s List, and NARAL, are among the defectors. The DNC was initially listed as a sponsor when the list went up on Sunday but it, along with the NAACP and the National Organization for Women, were removed at some point thereafter.
A standoff between police and a gunman who took his ex-girlfriend and another woman hostage at a UPS facility in Gloucester County ended after about 3½ hours Monday, when the suspect was fatally shot by law enforcement officers.
The hostages were not harmed in the tense standoff that forced police to close off streets for several hours.
In sworn testimony, Google CEO Sundar Pichai told Congress last month that his company does not “manually intervene” on any particular search result. Yet an internal discussion thread leaked to Breitbart News reveals Google regularly intervenes in search results on its YouTube video platform – including a recent intervention that pushed pro-life videos out of the top ten search results for “abortion.”... According to the leak, these include some of these search terms related to: abortion, abortions, the Irish abortion referendum, Democratic Congresswoman Maxine Waters, and anti-gun activist David Hogg.
"The legislative proposals being discussed would put most firearms beyond the reach of law-abiding Virginians who choose the firearms of their choice to protect themselves, hunt, and practice recreational target shooting," said Lawrence G. Keane, the group's general counsel. "That could potentially impact the availability of tens of millions of firearms."
While short on details, Northam's announcement said part of the proposed gun-control package would ban the "sale, purchase, possession, and transport" of undefined "assault firearms" including "any firearm that is equipped with a magazine that holds more than 10 rounds of ammunition." Since the vast majority of semiautomatic handguns and rifles in the state are sold standard with magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds, it appears the proposed ban would affect most firearms on sale in Virginia. Additionally, the announcement of the ban did not include mention of any grandfathering to allow what NSSF estimated would be millions of Virginians who already own such firearms to legally keep them.
Several freshman Democrat members of the new House of Representatives majority have turned on Speaker Nancy Pelosi in her steadfast refusal to fund President Donald Trump’s planned wall along the U.S. border with Mexico and are instead seeking for Democrats to cut a deal on the wall with Trump.
a quick look around the Democrat conference to see what rank-and-file Democrats are saying about their leadership–Pelosi and Hoyer on the House side, and Schumer and Senate Minority Whip Dick Durbin on the Senate side–proves that Hoyer’s claim of unity is simply untrue. In fact, many Democrats–particularly the newly elected freshmen–want to negotiate with Trump on the wall, and they are saying so publicly while expressing their disdain for Pelosi and her fellow leaders.
The spacecraft that have peered through the yellowish haze surrounding Saturn's moon Titan discovered a strange, yet strangely familiar world where life could theoretically take root. Now, scientists want to return — this time buoyed by Earth's fascination with drone technology.
That's precisely what a team of scientists working on a proposed mission called Dragonfly want to do.
[...] Dragonfly, if chosen, would aim to launch in 2025 and arrive at Titan in 2034. The world it will explore is oddly reminiscent of Earth for a strange moon so far away. On Earth, sunlight powers organic life growing in fields and forests; the same sunlight triggers chemical reactions in Titan's upper atmosphere that create large organic molecules that pour down on the moon's surface, like Earth's rainwater. While Earth has a landscape made of rock covered in places by water, Titan's landscape is made of water ice covered in places by organic compounds.
According to the law of accelerating returns it is likely that missions conceived after 2025 could arrive at Titan before the NASA drone in 2034.
We’ve all heard that robots are taking over our jobs and if you are a baker - the rumors have never been more real. Meet BreadBot, the robot that can mix, form, proof and bake ten loaves of bread an hour.
Introduced to the world during CES 2019, the automatic machine starts with dry ingredients and bakes several different types of bread, including white, whole wheat, nine grain, sourdough, and honey oat.
Made by the Wilkinson Baking Company the BreadBox has a compact footprint and cad can be installed pretty much anywhere.
Pretty doubtful as baking consists of a lot of other things than bread. It might extend a business more than it would substitute one.
The owner of a Marietta auto repair shop was arrested Friday after 150 pounds of liquid methamphetamine was found inside a semi truck’s gas tank on the property.
Roqulio Garcia, 45, of Marietta, is accused of trafficking and offloading the drugs at his mechanic shop on Atlanta Street, Channel 2 reported. The bust was conducted by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and Cobb County Sheriff’s Office. The drugs are believed to have come from Mexico... there’s allegedly evidence that he’s part of a “large-scale criminal organization” from Mexico.
"Candy Nations" — an installation featuring pieces of candy draped in flags of countries in the G-20 summit — has been on display near Ground Zero in Lower Manhattan since December, and was set to remain there until Feb. 28.
But after receiving criticism for the display of a Saudi flag at the site where around 3,000 people died at the hands of terrorists — 15 of whom were Saudis — the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey confirmed the installation will be relocated.
A Nigerian national stabbed a 62-year-old wheelchair-bound woman more than 100 times, leaving her partially disemboweled, court documents obtained by WISN 12 NEWS show.
Kehinde Afolayan, 31, was charged Tuesday with one count of first-degree intentional homicide in connection with the Friday attack. If convicted of the felony charge, he faces up to life in prison.
Police said they were unable to interview Afolayan because he was not communicative, not even providing his name. He was, however, uttering statements such as, "Jesus forgives me."
The head of Renault's workers union told Nikkei in an interview that it is "incomprehensible" that Carlos Ghosn would continue to serve as chairman and CEO of the French automaker.
Citing the presumption of innocence, Renault has kept Ghosn, who had also led alliance partner Nissan Motor, in command despite his arrest in Tokyo two months ago. But CGT Renault and some within the French media are calling for his replacement, now that he faces a protracted detention after the Tokyo District Court denied him bail Tuesday.
Ginsburg was scheduled to appear at the Skirball Center as part of a celebration of her career. An exhibit being shown at the center through March 10 is called “Notorius RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
The Skirball Center released a statement Tuesday evening that said, “Update: An Evening with Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is CANCELED. The Justice regrets that she is unable to visit the Skirball on 1/29. She is curtailing travel and focusing on her work while recuperating from recent surgery. Thank you for your understanding.”
The red wolf was declared extinct in the wild in 1980, and while forty or so red wolves were captured, bred in captivity, and reintroduced into the wild in North Carolina in 1990, there have been mysterious unconfirmed reports of red wolf sightings scattered along the Texas Gulf Coast for decades. Those sightings were typically dismissed—scientists were certain coyotes were being mistaken for the elusive wolf. But now there’s some evidence indicating that red wolves may actually have a genetic presence along the coast in Texas.