Tuesday, June 25th, 2019


Rep. Duncan Hunter allegedly used campaign funds for five affairs

Prosecutors say the congressman from California spent thousands of dollars from his campaign on dates with his mistresses Booking.com

McConnell agrees to hold vote on 9/11 fund after meeting with first responders

The 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund was only funded through 2020, and is running out of money Booking.com

Previewing the first set of 2020 Democratic debates

The first Democratic debates of the 2020 presidential election begin in Miami Wednesday night. Democratic strategist Joel Payne spoke to CBSN about what to expect.

Many Docs at Stem Cell Clinics Lack Specific Training

About half the companies studied offer unproven stem cell treatments for conditions where they do not have a physician with the needed training to treat those conditions, the lead researcher said. The resource:27

Nursing home costs rising even faster than health care

For many older Americans, affording long-term care can be financially ruinous, researchers say

Intermittent Fasting For Athletes: Benefits and Concerns

To the average person, the idea of elite athletes skipping meals sounds like pure madness. Athletes are fine-tuned, well-oiled machines. Machines need fuel. You don’t see race car drivers running on empty to “promote training adaptations” in their vehicles. No, high performance requires high energy reserves. Athletes need to eat, and eat well. Right? But humans aren’t machines. We’re biological. The car doesn’t respond to training stress, but we do. We adapt, grow, recover, and build new capabilities in response to the stress we endure. You expose yourself to aRead More

Why Toy Story 4 Needs To Be The Final One

Time to put the toys away.

Senators introduce bill forcing Big Tech to disclose value of user data

This is the second bill that Republican Josh Hawley and Democrat Mark Warner have introduced together

Spider-Man: Far From Home’s Zendaya Explains How Thanos’ Snap Changed MJ

The character might not be the same.

Young Female Smokers at Especially High Heart Risk

Women ages 18-49 who smoked had a more than 13 times higher chance of having a major heart attack than did those who didn’t smoke. Men in this age group who smoked had an 8.6 times higher risk than nonsmokers. The resource:27