Joe Lawson

Joe Lawson is a science reporter who studied journalism at the University of Southern California with five years of experience in the news. He contributes to Fortune, The Washington Post, and The New Republic. Lawson has written for National Geographic, The Atlantic, Popular Science, and Wired.
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Plan C? UK PM Boris Johnson Not Planning Further COVID Rules Despite Omicron Growth

Prime Minister Johnson has no plans to limit travel or impose any other restrictions on the virus’s spread, his spokesman said on Friday. Scottish officials have claimed that they expect omicron coronavirus variants will become dominant within just days now and could go down as one of Britain’s most threatening outbreaks in decades if nothing

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Reynoldsburg Man Arrested In Connection With September East Side Homicide

Police said Wednesday that a Reynoldsburg man was arrested and charged with murder in relation to the Sept. 12 shooting death of a South Side man, according to Police.Garland Williams will not be bullied by criminals as he awaits trial for murdering someone so senselessly! The 24-year old man who was shot and killed on

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Japan Seeks Extra Defense Budget Amid China, North Korea Concerns.

Japan has approved a 770 billion yen ($6.8 million) request for an extra defense budget for March to speed up the purchase of missiles, anti-submarine missiles, and other weapons amid growing concerns about Chinese, Russian and North Korean military aggression. The decision was made on Friday after weeks spent deliberating between Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s

Fed. Govt. To Settle $127.5 M With Parkland School Shooting Victims

On Monday, The U.S. Justice Department filed a notice in federal court signifying that a settlement is getting finalized to be paid by the federal government to the victims of the 2018 high school mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High in Parkland, Florida. The amount is about to be $127.5 million to be distributed among

Ohio Attorney General Sued Meta For Misleading Information To Public

Dave Yost, the attorney general of Ohio sued Meta Platforms Inc. formerly known as Facebook Inc. as the latter is alleged to mislead the public about how to control its logarithm and effects of the products affecting children. The attorney general said that the lawsuit was filed on behalf of Meta investors and the Ohio

Huge Early Retirement In Pandemic Causing Shortfall In US Labor Market

During the pandemic recession a huge number of older workers, expected to be 1.7 million, took early retirement due to more health risks, sudden job losses, and fewer opportunities now causing a huge lack of manpower when businesses are opening up and trying to grow in economic resurgence. The percentage of retired workers among the

21 Passengers & Crew Safely Escaped In A Houston Plane Crash

More than 20 passengers safely pulled out without any major injuries from an MD-47 plane after it crashed into a fence and erupted in the fire as the take-off slipped at Houston Executive Airport. All the 18 passengers, 2 pilots, and one crew managed to escape from the crashed plane, only two with minor injuries

USPS Staff Shot Down Two Colleagues And Himself In Memphis

Two USPS employees are shot dead at a postal facility in Orange Mound, outskirt of Memphis, Tennessee on Tuesday. Their shooter, suspected to be another postal employee also died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Memphis Police Department & Postal Inspection Service said that the East Lamer Carrier Annex, the venue used by the postal employees

Three Died In Santee Plane Crash With Homes & Vehicles Damaged

A UPS driver and two others were killed and two others were injured with burn after a small plane crashed into multiple residential homes and vehicles in the city of Santee, 20 miles northeast downtown of San Diego in Southern California. The twin-engine Cessna 340 plane made major damage to three homes which two were completely

Texas Man Jailed For Hoaxing With Covid-19 In Social Media

Christopher Charles Perez, a man of 40 from Texas, has been sentenced in federal prison for more than a year with a monetary fine being guilty of spreading tension on social media regarding Covid-19. FBI in San Antonio investigated the case according to online information with screenshots of the post received by the SWTFC, the

Biden’s New TitleX Rule To Aid Clinics With Planned Parenthood Abortions

On Monday, the Biden administration reversed a Trump-era policy of banning organizations used to refer abortions from federal financial aid for family planning. The new rule is supposed to take effect on and from Nov. 8 named as the Title X family planning program, which is the modified version of the law of birth control,

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