Tuesday Show 06-26-18
What is Keystone virus? Brain-swelling sickness carried by mosquitoes can infect humans
Another mosquito-borne virus, the Keystone virus, might pose a risk to people, specifically those in Florida.What is Keystone virus? Brain-swelling sickness carried by mosquitoes can infect humans.
Sea sponges may hold key to fighting killer infections
The solution to a vexing — and deadly — problem for modern medicine could be lying on the ocean floor. Just like some insects have evolved to resist synthetic chemical insecticides, new infectious diseases have emerged over the last 20 years that can’t be controlled by the antibiotics doctors have at their disposal.
FDA approves country’s first medicine made from marijuana
The Food and Drug Administration on Monday approved the country’s first drug derived from marijuana, a medication that treats two rare and devastating forms of epilepsy.
Washington, D.C.: the Psychopath Capital of America
As Washington’s shock over winning the Stanley Cup demonstrates, the nation’s capital isn’t used to being first in anything. As a city, it’s not the oldest, nor the biggest, nor the richest, and its sports teams are notoriously snakebitten. https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2018/06/23/washington-dc-the-psychopath-capital-of-america-218892
17 states file lawsuit against Trump immigration policies over family separations
Attorneys general from 17 states and the District of Columbia sued the Trump administration Tuesday over its policy of separating families who cross the U.S-Mexico border illegally.
WH: More Than 8,000 Criminal Illegal Aliens Released Into U.S. in 2017
“In fiscal year 2017, more than 8,000 criminal illegal aliens in police custody were released back into our communities as a result of sanctuary policies,” the White House said on Friday, the day that President Donald Trump met with the families of victims of crimes committed by illegal aliens.