A new study examines the factors that caused some states to have COVID-19 mortality rates that were four times higher than others.
Month: March 2023
Video Shows 200-Foot Asteroid Approaching Earth Before ‘Very Close’ Flyby
The time-lapse video shows the asteroid, known as 2023 DZ2, zooming through space at a speed of more than 17,400 miles per hour over 1 million miles from Earth.
Fostering Personal and Professional Relationships Through Travel
When we take the opportunity to use our work travel time to do more than meet in an office, we show we care for more than our employees’ work — we care for them.
Why Hurricanes Don’t Cross the Equator
A viral Tweet has revealed to the internet that hurricanes never seem to move across the equator into the Southern Hemisphere.
Prince Harry and Meghan Are ‘Constantly Violating’ Their Own Privacy—Author
Harry and Meghan are “so obsessed with privacy,” but they’re “constantly violating their own” with books and shows, Newsweek’s “The Royal Report” podcast hears.
Plenty on Senate Intel Chair Mark Warner’s breakfast plate
At a Monitor Breakfast last week, Sen. Mark Warner served up nuggets on TikTok, China, Russia – and Adam Sandler.
Man Evicting His Brother and Family Without Warning Praised: ‘Feel Bad’
“I’m not going to spend the rest of my life subsidizing his,” the Redditor wrote.
Anger Over Woman’s $230 Baby Shower Gift Demand: ‘Outrageous Behavior’
The mom-to-be was apparently “quite put out” when her brother and his wife told her that they wanted to get something else.
Woman Buys $1 Vintage Cartier Handbag but Sells It for Thousands
This woman lucked out after buying a 1920s Cartier handbag at an auction for $1. She later sold the rare item for over $7,000, making a huge profit.
Ukraine Releases Video of Deadly Bakhmut Strike on ‘Wagner Group Fighters’
Ukraine claimed to have killed at least 15 Wagner Group soldiers as they attempted to flee into nearby garages.