Here at Entomo farms they harvest 50 million crickets a week and turn them into protein packed foods. Crickets contain more protein than beef and are being heralded as “the food of the future”. We visited their Canada based production facility to see how they turn crickets from bugs to brunch.
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Eligible applicants may receive up to 12 months of late rent and utility payments. See if you qualify.
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Save another step by unclogging your toilet properly the first time.
As Headspace and Calm move into TV production, they face a unique set of challenges when falling asleep is a metric of success.
A packaging error led to undeclared almonds.
Having a home office space is more important than ever. But, it requires one amenity that many cramped city apartment dwellings usually lack: extra space. Instead of relegating yourself to a body-achey future of sitting cross-legged on the bed while hunched over your laptop during work hours, opt for a more space-optimizing AND body-supportive solution. Say hello to the folding desk, a WFH must-have that’s supportive when you need it and easy to conceal when you don't. (Alexa, play “Make it Work” by Neyo.) We scoured the internet for stylish-yet-utilitarian workspaces constructed to fit seamlessly inside a lineup of tiny nooks, crannies, and corners. There are desks designed to fold out of a wall mount, single laptop tables, and even picturesque MCM-style writing desks that you’d never guess can be moved from room to room. Click on through to discover the small-space-friendly folding desks that will set you up to tackle your day like a boss — and then fold up and out of the way when you're off the clock. At Refinery29, we’re here to help you navigate this overwhelming world of stuff. All of our market picks are independently selected and curated by the editorial team. If you buy something we link to on our site, Refinery29 may earn commission.SOFSYS Industrial Modern Folding DeskSOFSYS Industrial Modern Folding Desk, $, available at AmazonBest Choice Products Folding Drop Leaf DeskBest Choice Products Folding Drop Leaf Desk, $, available at WalmartWood Camino Folding DeskCost Plus World Market Wood Camino Folding Desk, $, available at Cost Plus World MarketK And K Creations Folding TableKandKCreationsLLC Ash Hardwood Folding Table Desk, $, available at EtsyMainstays Metal And Wood Folding TableMainstays Metal And Wood Folding Table, $, available at Bed Bath & BeyondSander Foldout Floating DeskRed Barrel Studio Sander Foldout Floating Desk, $, available at WayfairElephance Folding Computer DeskElephance Elephance Folding Computer Desk, $, available at AmazonMid-Century Fold Out DeskUrban Outfitters Mid-Century Fold Out Desk, $, available at Urban Outfittershuaquyuedu Folding Study Deskhuaquyuedu Folding Study Desk, $, available at AmazonAuxley Folding DeskAUXLEY Folding Desk, $, available at WayfairAtlantic XL Folding Laptop Table StandAtlantic Xl Laptop Table, $, available at TargetTrenton Fold Out TablePottery Barn Trenton Fold Out Table, $, available at Pottery BarnOak Camel Foldout Computer DesksSouth Shore Oak Camel Foldout Computer Desks, $, available at Home DepotGaston Wall Mounted Oak DeskHartô Gaston Oak Wall Desk, $, available at SmallableLike what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?11 Desks That Will Convert You Into A WFH ProPortable Lap Desks That Are Total Space SaversThese Tiny Desks Are WFH Space Saviors
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Ensure your pet stays healthy with these expert tips.
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Any good Fourth of July celebration will have hot dogs, burgers, and, of course, dazzling fireworks. Whether you’re serving a Fourth of July menu filled with barbecue favorites or a packable lunch for a picnic bash, these best Fourth of July side dishes will be just as popular as the main event.
The government will bring some "vulnerable" Australians home after its travel ban ends next week.
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Democrats renew calls to end the filibuster after McConnell said he's '100%' focused on stopping Biden
"Anyone expecting a return to some bygone era of bipartisanship isn't acknowledging the reality that we are in," Democratic Sen. Alex Padilla said.
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A California man who’s a former officer had $570,000 in his van during a crash in Nebraska, officials say.
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‘It is ironic that we came to India for two weeks and he contracted it here,’ Dr Rajendra Kapila’s widow says
To honor the second birthday of their son Archie, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry have come up with an extra special way for their supporters across the globe to show their love by supporting a good cause. “We have been deeply touched over the past two years to feel the warmth and support for our family in honor of Archie’s birthday,” Meghan, 39, and Harry, 36, wrote Thursday on their Archewell Foundation website.
DeGeneres shut down speculation that she was living with the "Friends" star because of "marital troubles."
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Fox NewsIn what has become a commonplace occurrence these days, Fox News host Tucker Carlson addressed a controversy purely of his own making on Thursday night, this time regarding his dangerous and sloppy suggestion that dozens of Americans a day are dying from the coronavirus vaccines.How did he explain away the highly misleading and disingenuous speculation? Well, by blaming it all on President Joe Biden, of course.Carlson, who has increasingly sought to cast doubt on the efficacy and safety of the highly effective vaccines, took his vaccine skepticism to new heights on Wednesday night when he cited a faulty open-sourced database dubbed a “a breeding ground for misinformation” to suggest that thousands of Americans have died from the shots.“Between late December of 2020 and last month, a total of 3,362 people apparently died after getting the COVID vaccine in the United States,” Carlson exclaimed, citing the Center for Disease Control’s Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System. “That is an average of roughly 30 people every day. So, what does that add up to? By the way, that reporting period ended on April 23, and we don’t have numbers past that.”While acknowledging that there’s been criticism of the VAERS database’s numbers and insisting he believes “vaccines aren’t dangerous,” Carlson still spent 15 minutes speculating that the federally authorized COVID-19 vaccines are leading to an untold number of deaths.“The actual number is almost certainly higher than [30 people every day], perhaps vastly higher than that,” he said at one point.Of course, Carlson never once noted that the CDC itself had analyzed the reports of deaths submitted to VAERS—which is nothing more than open-access data—and offered the following conclusion: “A review of available clinical information, including death certificates, autopsy, and medical records has not established a causal link to COVID-19 vaccines.”Following a 24-hour period in which he was roundly criticized and fact-checked—including from his own Fox colleagues—Carlson issued his rebuttal. And he wanted his critics to know he was “just asking questions.” Oh, and it’s also Biden’s fault.“We looked up the numbers the Biden administration has gathered on vaccine safety. Then last night, we boldly read those numbers on television—the Biden numbers,” Carlson began with a mocking tone.“As we did that, we noted the administration’s reporting system for injuries—it’s called VAERS—has been credibly accused of being inaccurate,” he added. “We also noted that very same system has been used for a long time.”Once again insisting that “more deaths have been connected to the new COVID vaccines over the past four months than all previous vaccines combined” in recent years—again, something the CDC has thoroughly knocked down—Carlson claimed he was just seeking answers.“Very same system, very different results,” he said, adding: “How does this happen? So what is that explanation? We still don’t know. Instead of answering that simple and important question, the usual chorus of partisans started screaming and calling for censorship!”After mocking his critics for telling him the VAERS numbers are untrustworthy, he wanted to know why “hasn’t the Biden administration fixed its reporting system” and “what are the real numbers.”Carlson, meanwhile, ended the segment by flipping the indignation over his reckless speculation back onto his critics, insisting they are actually the ones who are doing harm to the public.“It’s fair to ask how much harm this medicine causes. No one has told us,” he declared. “Their position is, you don’t need to know the rate of injury! That doesn’t matter. Anyone who asks about harm is immoral. That’s what they’re arguing. If you ever find yourself arguing that, you will know for certain you have lost the thread. You are no longer arguing for public health. You’re doing something else entirely.”Carlson, of course, could just read the disclaimers when searching the database to realize that it’s not a typical government data source and the numbers don’t reflect direct causation.“Reports may include incomplete, inaccurate, coincidental and unverified information,” one disclaimer reads, while another warns: “The number of reports alone cannot be interpreted or used to reach conclusions about the existence, severity, frequency, or rates of problems associated with vaccines.”Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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Melinda Gates was upset and uncomfortable after she and Bill Gates met with Jeffrey Epstein, The Daily Beast reports
Sources told The Daily Beast that Bill Gates' relationship with convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein "still haunts" Melinda.
- Business Insider
Chinese EV startup Nio is entering the international market - and plans to start deliveries in Norway in September
Nio said it would start EV sales in Norway with its Nio ES8, a seven-seater smart electric SUV, followed by its ET7 smart sedan.
- National Review
Republican candidate for California governor Caitlyn Jenner voiced support for a U.S.-Mexico border wall in an interview with Fox News’s Sean Hannity on Wednesday. “I am all for the wall,” Jenner said. “I would secure the wall. We can’t have a state — we can’t have a country without a secure wall.” Jenner also pledged to work to revoke California’s law that bars local law enforcement agencies from working with federal immigration enforcement, except in the case of illegal immigrants convicted of certain felonies. “It’s not going to be easy, but I will do my absolute best. I am for securing this state,” Jenner told Hannity. “I am pro-law enforcement. I am pro-border protection. OK? ICE, [I’m] pro-ICE. We need these people, and they do a wonderful job.” However, Jenner also appeared to back leniency for illegal immigrants already living in the U.S. “You have two questions here,” Jenner said. “One is stopping people from coming in illegally into the state. And then the second question is, what do we do with the people that are here? We are a compassionate country, okay? We are a compassionate state.” Jenner entered the gubernatorial race last month amid a recall effort for current Governor Gavin Newsom. The recall gathered steam from Republicans frustrated with Newsom as well as other state residents concerned over pandemic-related policies, particularly school closures. Jenner, a reality TV star and former Olympic athlete who transitioned from a man to a woman in 2017, also addressed some transgender issues in her interview with Hannity. Jenner reiterated her position that biological males should not compete in girls’ sports teams, but then added, “Why do they keep asking me that question? … There’s more problems here in the state of California than that.”
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There weren't just storm clouds gathering off the coast of Jersey on Thursday (May 6).French trawler crews angry at post-Brexit restrictions on their access to British fishing grounds sailed in a flotilla to the British Channel island to protest. A simmering row over fishing rights has escalated this week, with a French minister suggesting that French electricity supplies to Jersey could be cut.Britain despatched two navy patrol boats to the island on Wednesday (May 5). The French Navy said on Thursday that it had reciprocated by sending two patrol boats to the waters around Jersey.Jersey sits just 14 miles off the northern French coast and 85 miles south of Britain's shores.A marine traffic tracking website showed around 25 French-registered vessels off the Jersey port of St Helier on Thursday morning and video showed the flotilla arriving in port.Jersey's government said the island had issued new fishing permits in accordance with the post-Brexit trade terms, which included new conditions for license-holders.That angered French trawler crews and the French government, who said the new terms had been imposed unilaterally and without discussion, and that they placed unfair restrictions on French fishing vessels.An official from the French Presidency said that France is keen that the situation does not worsen - adding that France viewed the situation in Jersey as being calm, but that Britain's language had aggravated tensions.The European Commission says the EU is engaging in 'good faith' with the UK to solve the dispute.
Former Republican pollster Frank Luntz tells Kara Swisher on her New York Times podcast "Sway" that Donald Trump's lies about the 2020 election "could cost the Republicans the majority in the House in 2022."Why it matters: The former president is still the most popular figure in the Republican Party, but his baseless claims about the election have alienated moderates and key GOP leaders — including Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and House Republican Conference Chair Liz Cheney (R-Wyo.).Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.Key exchange: Luntz: "More than two-thirds of Republicans believe that the election was stolen."Swisher: "So it's working. This 'Big Lie' thing is working."Luntz: "It is working. ... What Donald Trump is saying is actually telling people it's not worth it to vote. Donald Trump single-handedly may cause people not to vote. And he may be the greatest tool in the Democrats' arsenal to keep control of the House and Senate in 2022."The big picture: "If Donald Trump runs for president as a Republican, he's the odds-on favorite to win the nomination," Luntz added. "He could never win a general election, but I can't imagine losing a Republican primary. ... I would bet on him to be the nominee and I would bet on him losing to whatever Democratic nominee there was."Listen up.Like this article? Get more from Axios and subscribe to Axios Markets for free.
The monarchy is plunged into controversy following the death of the king and the regent.