A pregnant transgender man is making history by appearing on the cover of Glamour UK's latest issue. Logan Brown, a 27-year-old writer, posed while expecting his first child and opened up to the magazine about his experience. "I am a trans pregnant man and I do exist," Brown said.
Stephen Hawking's most famous theory about black holes has just been given a sinister update — one that proclaims that everything in the universe is doomed to evaporate. In 1974, Hawking proposed that black holes eventually evaporate by losing what's now known as Hawking radiation — a gradual draining of energy in the form of light particles that spring up around black holes' immensely powerful gravitational fields. Now, a new update to the theory has suggested that Hawking radiation isn't just created by stealing energy from black holes, but from all objects with enough mass.
Peralta called the Roswell Police Department on May 1. In an emotional scene captured on police body camera, he repeatedly confesses to Blodgett's killing, even telling authorities the weapon he used and where he buried the victim's body, the arrest affidavit states. Body camera video from the Roswell Police Department shows Tony Peralta confessing to the 2008 killing of his landlord in Roswell, N.M., on May 1, 2023.
Development of the track-only Bugatti Bolide has reached a significant milestone. After finalizing the hypercar's design and building the first prototypes, the French brand has started testing the model on an airstrip to fine-tune parameters like the amount of downforce it generates. Power for the Bolide comes from an 8.0-liter W16 engine that's quad-turbocharged to 1,578 horsepower — you know we're talking serious power when the horsepower figure includes a comma.
Get in now for strong long-term tailwinds Here's how much money the average middle-class American household makes — how do you stack up? What do Ashton Kutcher and a Nobel Prize-winning economist have in common? An investing app that turns spare change into a diversified portfolio But once you factor in the ever-increasing consumer debt load, you've got the makings of class disruption, with many Americans poised to slip a run or even two in terms of their status.
Appearing as a guest on Good Morning America this week, Barbara Corcoran answered several questions from viewers, ranging from when the right time to buy a home is to how to win a bidding war. As for the former, Corcoran said now is the time to buy. “It's a good time to buy because the minute interest rates go down, everybody's waiting for them to go down even by a point, and when they do, they're going to come rushing back in the market,” Corcoran said.
An Alaska fishing adventure became a nightmare for a family of eight when disaster struck one of the two boats they chartered over the Memorial Day weekend, leaving three people dead and two more missing despite a desperate search over hundreds of square miles of ocean. The tragedy tore the Tyau family apart: Two sisters and one of their husbands are dead, while the other's partner and the boat captain remain missing off southeast Alaska four days after the boat was found partially submerged off an island. The sisters and their sister-in-law didn't like fishing but joined the vacation to spend more time with a family that was usually split between Hawaii and Los Angeles.
A U.S. Air Force officer helping to spearhead the service's work on artificial intelligence and machine learning says that a simulated test saw a drone attack its human controllers after deciding on its own that they were getting in the way of its mission. The anecdote, which sounds like it was pulled straight from the Terminator franchise, was shared as an example of the critical need to build trust when it comes to advanced autonomous weapon systems, something the Air Force has highlighted in the past. This also comes amid a broader surge in concerns about the potentially dangerous impacts of artificial intelligence and related technologies.
President Joe Biden delivered his first speech to the nation from the Oval Office Friday night to celebrate a “crisis averted” by agreeing to a bipartisan measure to prevent a government default – and reactions to the speech, and the bill itself, are about as divided as the country itself. Not that there wasn't a lot of Biden fandom online. Kevin McCarthy went to the White House to negotiate with 'Sleepy Joe Biden', but he met with Dark Brandon instead.
A woman started filming a stranger walking behind her in Toronto because she had a feeling he was following her. Meg Ecliptic wrote in the caption of the video that the man had followed her for a block and entered the restaurant behind her. The employee went to go grab a security guard as Ecliptic stayed put in the restaurant and kept filming.
ST. LUCIE COUNTY ― What happens when a man walks into a police station with 2 pounds of cocaine and fentanyl? In Fort Pierce, a field test and evidence collection is what followed after a man turned over a brick of an unknown substance he said he found on the beach Tuesday. Police in Fort Pierce said a man walked into their station with the brick around 2 p.m. Tuesday, records show.
Aubrey Scaletta was in emergency surgery for six hours "to repair her amputated feet," according to the Virginia State Police Association A 6-year-old girl remains hospitalized in Virginia after her feet were severed in a "tragic accident" last month, according to loved ones. Aubrey Scaletta “was playing with a ratchet strap” while riding in a pickup truck on May 17 when the incident occurred, according to a news release from the Virginia State Police Association (VSPA). As she did so, one end of the strap flew out the window and got wrapped around the drive shaft.
The US labor market continues to surprise. This marked the 14th-straight month that job creation came in above what Wall Street economists had expected and the largest monthly increase since January. The data sent stocks higher on Friday as investors continued to expect a pause in the Federal Reserve's interest rate hike campaign will be announced later this month.
Before she became a patient, April had been an outgoing, straight-A student majoring in accounting at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. April was diagnosed with a severe form of schizophrenia, an often devastating mental illness that affects approximately 1 percent of the global population and can drastically impair how patients behave and perceive reality. "She was the first person I ever saw as a patient," said Sander Markx, director of precision psychiatry at Columbia University, who was still a medical student in 2000 when he first encountered April.
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Videos of a children's choir singing the national anthem in the U.S. Capitol spread across social media Friday, with the claim that they showed the group being unceremoniously cut off by federal authorities because the performance was deemed offensive. (June 2)(AP video by Farnoush Amiri)
Former Trump White House press secretary-turned-Fox News host Kayleigh McEnany deployed a favorite Donald Trump line on the air Thursday, days after the former president bizarrely insulted her as “milktoast.” McEnany, who Trump accused of understating his poll numbers against GOP 2024 rival Ron DeSantis, resorted to her former boss' old “tears in their eyes” routine during a fawning analysis of his comments on the campaign trail in Iowa. “I don't know if there is anyone in the race that can do it quite like him with a room with voters,” she said of Trump, recalling being “in Maine with him, I'll never forget him talking to fishermen.”
Amazon could be gearing up to offer "Prime Wireless." The low-cost cellphone plan could help Amazon boost its Prime subscribers, Bloomberg reports. Amazon is reportedly talking to T-Mobile, Verizon, and Dish about the idea.
The debate over the origins of the coronavirus has largely been conducted in the West, despite the fact that the pathogen originated in the Chinese city of Wuhan. Chinese authorities have officially maintained a vague stance, meant largely to deflect criticism. Meanwhile, scientists who may hold clues to how the pandemic began — likely sometime in late 2019 — appear to have been silenced.
Police officers looked on as 34-year-old Sean Bickings pleaded for help from the waters of Tempe Town Lake in Arizona, a lawsuit says. “It's been one year, and they're still grieving,” Benjamin Taylor, a lawyer representing his family, said of Bickings' loved ones. The lawsuit accuses the City of Tempe and the police officers on scene of negligence, saying they failed to uphold their duty to keep Bickings safe.
Lastly, it's important to remember that if you are diagnosed with PCOS, it can feel overwhelming and extremely isolating. However, Courtney said that there is a huge community of people living with PCOS and there is tons of support out there. "It is important to understand that while the PCOS diagnosis does not go away, it can be managed and symptoms can be improved.
Prigozhin's Wagner Group troops have largely pulled back from the eastern Ukrainian town of Bakhmut, most of which they captured last month after taking heavy casualties, and handed over their positions to regular Russian forces. Prigozhin, writing on Telegram, said his men had discovered a dozen locations in rear areas where defence ministry officials had planted various explosive devices, including hundreds of anti-tank mines.
Lauren Boebert missed the vote to raise the debt ceiling after criticizing the deal for weeks. The House passed the bill 314-117, but Boebert failed to appear and vote no as pledged. Boebert's absence sparked criticism and questions about her effectiveness as a Congressman.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.) has changed her position on the public release of the tapes documenting the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection, warning Friday that their release could “put the security of the Capitol at risk.” Greene said in an interview on the right-wing channel Real America's Voice that releasing the video footage publicly would jeopardize the Capitol's security and endanger those who were present at the Capitol grounds but did not enter the Capitol nor commit crimes. “Number two, we also endanger many Americans that were simply standing on the Capitol grounds, maybe never even walked through the Capitol or committed any crimes, but they could have just walked further than where the barrier was simply because the barrier was torn down by the time they got there,” Greene continued.
Nearly four years later, the AP has obtained more than 4,000 pages of documents related to Epstein's death from the federal Bureau of Prisons under the Freedom of Information Act. They include a detailed psychological reconstruction of the events leading to Epstein's suicide, as well as his health history, internal agency reports, emails, memos and other records. Taken together, the documents the AP obtained Thursday provide the most complete accounting to date of Epstein's detention and death, and its chaotic aftermath.