Mexican police arrested six Sinaloa Cartel operatives including a suspected “plaza boss” late last month in the tourist hotspot of Playa del Carmen. The arrest came during a combined military and police operation. The Secretary of Public Security waited until this week to announce the news of the arrests which took place on June 29...
Charm City is once again among America's "Rattiest Cities," according to a new report from pest control company Orkin, although it has shown progress in each of the past two years. Baltimore comes in at No. 9 on the company's 2018 rankings released Monday...
China’s crude oil imports from Iran sank almost 60 percent in June from a year earlier, Chinese customs data showed on Saturday, following the end of a waiver on US sanctions at the start of May... Beijing has not raised tariffs on US oil despite raising duties on US LNG and coal.
"To drink from the fountain of youth, you have to figure out where the fountain of youth is, and understand what the fountain of youth is doing," Graham said. "We're doing the opposite; we're trying to study the reasons cells age, so that we might be able to design treatments for better aging."
The research team discovered that the aging, senescent cells stopped producing a class of chemicals called nucleotides, which are the building blocks of DNA. When they took young cells and forced them to stop producing nucleotides, they became senescent, or aged.
"They can take a mouse that's aging and diminishing in function, treat it with senolytic drugs to eliminate the senescent cells, and the mouse is rejuvenated. If anything, it's these senolytic drugs that are the fountain of youth," Graham said.
He added that in order for successful senolytic drugs to be designed, it was important to identify what is unique about senescent cells, so that drugs won't affect the normal, non-senescent cells...
The recordings are reportedly not associated with an Apple ID, but can be several seconds long, include content of a personal nature and are paired with other revealing data, like location, app data and contact details.
Like the other companies, Apple says this data is collected and analyzed by humans to improve its services, and that all analysis is done in a secure facility by workers bound by confidentiality agreements. And like the other companies, Apple failed to say that it does this until forced to...
On Wednesday night, Supreme Court justice and heralded liberal and feminist hero Ruth Bader Ginsburg called her colleague Justice Brett Kavanaugh a "very decent" person as she talked about the "dysfunction" that surrounds the confirmation process for new justices, according to Business Insider... Ginsburg was taking part in a question and answer session with Duke Law professor Neil Siegel at an event for prospective law students at Duke University. The Q&A came after she delivered a speech on the 2018 Supreme Court terms and the late Justice John Paul Stevens.
Officials did not immediately release the officer’s name, rank or tenure with the department; however, the Sergeants Benevolent Association said on Twitter that it was a sergeant who had died.
“Once again terrible news,” the message said. “Tonight the NYPD lost a sergeant to suicide. We ask that everyone pray for his family, friends and Co-workers. The NYPD continues to go through a difficult time.”...
“Our number one priority within elections and conversations on the elections,” Dorsey said, “is making sure we're protecting the integrity of the conversation.” That requires “identifying forms of manipulation used to amplify misleading information,” said the CEO.
Twitter and other Big Tech players, meanwhile, deny any political bias. But Twitter also has a new feature, the website remarked, that adds “a warning label for tweets from government officials that break its rules.” Although not explicitly referring to Trump, it seems like this is Twitter's compromise addressing criticism coming its way from anti-Trump media and politicians, who have for a long time campaigned in favor of banning the president from the platform...
Millions of 2016 Trump voters are not racists. Now those Americans need the strength of character to resolve they will not again vote for someone who clearly is. It’s not about judges or taxes. It’s about who we are as a nation.
While the Glock pistol has long been a favorite of American police departments, taking up to 75 percent of the police handgun market, by some figures, it has seen far less use in the U.S. military. While Glocks are now used by almost every elite unit in the military, it wasn’t like that for most of the 1990s and 2000s.
So why was adoption of the Glock initially slow? How did it overcome those barriers? Why has it replaced 1911s, Sigs and Berettas as the sidearm of elite units?...
A conservative coalition filed a lawsuit this week challenging the constitutionality of two new gun laws in New Mexico – one requiring background checks, the other prohibiting the possession of guns by domestic abusers. The New Mexico Patriots Advocacy Coalition also accused state officials of illegally blocking their right to petition for the repeal of 10 bills passed in this year’s legislative session, when Democrats held substantial majorities in both chambers.
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