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.

US Airforce Strikes Taliban Occupancy To Aid Afghan Military Forces

The US has stepped in to carry out airstrikes to support Southern Afghanistan, over the Taliban’s offensive threatening to Kandahar. Kandahar is the spiritual capital of the Taliban movement and happens to be the country’s second-largest city. After Joe Biden April comment, on US troops to be withdrawn by September, ending the 20-year foreign military

Mississippi Urges Supreme Court To Abolish Federal Abortion Rights

On Thursday, Mississippi interrogated the Supreme Court to terminate Federal abortion rights. The argument was based on the briefing of Roe v. Wade and parallel precedents allowing women to abort in some circumstances disregard the States 10th Amendment Powers to determine public policy within their borders. In May, the Supreme Court had agreed to hear

Delta Variant Pushing Up COVID-19 Cases In Unvaccinated Sectors in The US

As the infectious and highly contagious Delta Variant of COVID-19 virus continues to spread at a high rate with the pace of vaccination diminishing from the highs reached during April, hospitalizations and COViD-19 cases are growing steadily all across the US. Over the past week, the US has reported an average of 32, 287 new

Jarod Ramos Found Guilty For Killing 5 in MD Newsroom Shooting In 2018

The Jury Board found the gunman, Jarod Ramos who had killed 5 individuals at the Maryland Newspaper as criminally guilty rejecting the defense attorney’s futile arguments on mental illness of the accused. A jury consisting of four women and eight men found that gunman, Jarod Ramos was capable of understanding his actions and confirmed law

Higher Inflation to Continue Extensively till 2023 In Post Pandemic Growth

Unlike ever before, all US citizens should brace themselves to experience several years of higher inflation. Economists are excepting a robust post-pandemic economic improvement that might fuel rapid price increases for a while. According to a survey by economists, and compared to April, the forecast reveals how higher inflation is on the cards, and this

Study Shows YouTube Directs Viewers To Sexual Content

A new study recommends that the changes made by YouTube in the past years for limiting the views of problematic videos to its viewers were not up to the mark and still its search Algorithm leading to objectionable contents. Software non-profit Mozilla Foundation has recently found how Youtube’s recommendation engine still directs the viewers to

Tyson Recalls 8.5 M LB Of Chicken Products Over Listeria Concerns

Due to possible listeria contamination, Tyson Foods Inc. is recalling more or less 8.5 million lb ready-to-eat chicken and chicken-based products. The recall comprises bags of frozen boneless chicken, skinless breasts, and fully cooked chicken dishes like fajita strips. All these were produced around the time 26th December 2020 to 13th April 2021 in their

Oil Price May Decline By 2022 With OPEC Deal

OPEC+ DEAL members, the extended group of OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries) including Russia and American counties made a deal to increase the volume of crude oil production this year to control over oil prices. This decision, if could be fulfilled within time with an expected volume, will definitely pull down oil price

Lumber Price Fall Causes Panic In Housing Industry

As go commodity prices, so go prices across the gamut of industries, for consumers and business. Traditionally, the price of goods like oil and lumber have given an early warning signal for rising inflation due to low interest rates and the creation of new money by central banks. Since the financial crisis in 2008, monetary

Trump Swings for 2022 Midterms in First Post-Election Rally

Donald Trump is not allowed to post on Facebook or Twitter, but he can still pack convention halls for his spirited rallies. In North Carolina Saturday, the former president took the stage to endorse Rep. Ted Budd (R-NC) for the U.S. senate in 2022.  Vacating his seat and leaving it open for the midterm elections,

Is AMC going to the Moon?

Remember the time when you took your sidekick to see a movie at AMC? I don’t either, but that doesn’t mean that the movie theater business is over, actually far from over. We have heard the bears. ” Netflix, Amazon Prime, Dinsey… “, Yes, it’s true that digital movie launches have taken over but there

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