Sharon George

Sharon George is a full-time reporter with TheMorningNews and has been with us since the first day. She conducts political interviews and reports them on TMN and her Twitter.

Snapchat For Web Is Here!

Unlike many other social media platforms, Snapchat has been available only on mobile since its launch over a decade ago. But on Monday, the company launched a web-based version of the popular messaging app. The goal is to give users the freedom to switch between their phones and computers, all while continuing their conversations on the platform.

Nasal Vaccines Could Help Stop COVID-19 From Spreading—If Scientists Can Get Them Right

When SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, infiltrates the body, it typically enters through the nose or mouth, then takes root and begins replicating. But what if it could never get a foothold in the upper airways and stopped by just inhaling a few drops of liquid or mist beforehand? That’s the idea behind nasal COVID-19 vaccines, which are meant to prevent infection by blocking the virus at its point of entry.

State, Landfill Reach Settlement Over Compliance Issues

State, Landfill Reach Settlement Over Compliance Issues

With respect to compliance issues with a suburban Detroit landfill, the state has reached a settlement with them. As part of the agreement, the Attorney General’s office of Michigan stated that Arbor Hills Landfill of Salem Township must pay fines as well as the cost of emissions monitoring and measuring equipment. Nearby residents began complaining

Best Buy Reports Q4 Sales Miss Hurt by Supply Chain Clogs

Best Buy Reports Q4 Sales Miss Hurt by Supply Chain Clogs

Despite a disappointing holiday quarter, Best Buy reported falling sales, as the nation’s largest electronics chain struggled to meet demand for holiday products and was firced to reduce store hours due to a labor shortage due to omicron. As anticipated by Wall Street, the Minneapolis-based chain reported profits on Thursday. In premarket trading, the shares

Russians Hold Anti-War Rallies Amid Ominous Threats By Putin

Russians Hold Anti-War Rallies Amid Ominous Threats By Putin

Despite the arrests of hundreds of protesters every day, Russian anti-war activists continued to protest Russia’s invasion of Ukraine from Moscow to Siberia Sunday. Thousands protesters held pickets and marched through the streets chanting “No to war!” in city centers as President Vladimir Putin ordered Russia’s nuclear deterrent to be put on high alert, escalating

Kidnapped Boy From Syria Released After Ransom Paid 3 Months Ago

Kidnapped Boy From Syria Released After Ransom Paid 3 Months Ago

Syria’s state-run media reports that kidnappers released a boy after his family paid a ransom, a child they had held for over three months. The local media reported that the ransom was 500 million Syrian pounds ($139,000), with some claiming the kidnappers threatened to cut off Quteifan’s fingers if the ransom wasn’t paid. Syrians have

Turkey To Lower Taxes On Basic Foods To Fight High Inflation

Turkey To Lower Taxes On Basic Foods To Fight High Inflation

Despite the country’s rampant inflation, the Turkish president announced on Saturday that taxes added to basic food supplies will be reduced by seven percentage points. The Turkish president said that, in addition to the tax discount, the government requires food companies to lower their prices by 7%. He described such foods as being a major

Man Seriously Injured After Shooting In Portsmouth

Man Seriously Injured After Shooting In Portsmouth

Police in Portsmouth said a man was shot early this morning and suffered a life-threatening injury. As a result of a gunshot wound, officers at the intersection of Airline Boulevard and Winchester Drive found a man suffering a life-threatening injury, police said in a tweet. On Saturday, dispatchers received a call at around 4:20 a.m.

Russia Denies Looking For Pretext To Invade Ukraine

Russia Denies Looking For Pretext To Invade Ukraine

As Russian troops remain largely concentrated near the border, the country’s top diplomat angrily rejected U.S. allegations that it is prepping a pretext for having troops invade Ukraine. The White House said Friday that the U.S. intelligence community concluded that Russia had already sent operatives into rebel-controlled eastern Ukraine to carry out acts of sabotage

China Launches Cooperation Deal With Iran, Rebukes US Unilateral Sanctions

China Launches Cooperation Deal With Iran, Rebukes US Unilateral Sanctions

Reuters reported that China and Iran announced a 25-year cooperation deal on Friday, with China criticizing the United States’ unilateral sanctions against Iran at the meeting. As noted by the news outlet, the two nations will collaborate in areas such as health care, infrastructure, cyber security, and agriculture as part of a cooperation agreement signed

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