April 30, 2024

Combating Online ‘Misinformation’ for Who?

Anyone who has studied a skerrick of history knows that protecting free speech is about giving voice to the powerless against the more powerful. Commentary The Australian government has announced its intention to forge ahead with misinformation legislation. The idea is to empower the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) to force social media platforms […]

April 30, 2024

Heart Failure Mortality Rates Surge to Highest Levels in 20 Years

More people are dying of heart failure, completely reversing long-standing declines in mortality rates. An unprecedented number of people are dying from heart failure, completely reversing long-standing declines in cardiovascular mortality rates observed just two decades ago. A cohort study published on April 24 in JAMA Cardiology using U.S. death certificate data showed deaths related […]

April 29, 2024

South Dakota Gov. Noem Defends Decision to Kill Dog

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem defended a 20-year-old decision to kill her farm dog after online criticism from rival politicians. Ms. Noem described shooting her “dangerous” dog in her new book, excerpts of which were published by The Guardian. She received criticism from Democratic governors who posted photos with their pets to tease her. In […]

April 29, 2024

AI Leaves Zac Brown Band’s John Driskell Hopkins ‘Terrified’

Musician says the new technology has detrimental effects and fears for the future of society. Musician John Driskell Hopkins is weighing in on the increasing debate surrounding artificial intelligence (AI), expressing fear of the technology’s impact on the future of humanity. In an exclusive interview with Fox News Digital, the founding member of the Zac […]

April 29, 2024

COVID-19 Linked to ‘Alarming Rise’ of Rare and Highly Lethal Fungal Infection

SARS-CoV-2 and the overuse of certain treatments may be contributing to a surge in secondary mucormycosis infections when underlying health conditions exist. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused an alarming rise of an aggressive and highly fatal secondary fungal infection among those with active or recovered COVID-19. Research suggests that the SARS-CoV-2 virus, the overuse of […]

April 29, 2024

Ravens add help for secondary, offensive line in draft

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Eric DeCosta felt the Baltimore Ravens were ahead of the curve with their first two draft picks, when they took a cornerback and an offensive tackle. “It seems like if you’re going to define this draft, it’s the draft of the run,” the Baltimore general manager said. “You saw the quarterbacks […]

April 29, 2024

Human Rights Is the CCP’s ‘Biggest Weakness:’ Miles Yu

‘We cannot just engage China on what China is good at, but also by ignoring the weakness, [the] vulnerability of that regime.’ Washington should challenge the Chinese communist regime on its human rights record in every engagement with Beijing because it’s the regime’s greatest weakness, according to Miles Yu, director of the China Center at […]

April 29, 2024

Australia Considers Legislating Against ‘Online Abuse of Public Figures’

The Labor government has opened a public consultation on the Online Safety Act to ‘keep Australians safe.’ The Albanese Labor government is considering broadening the Online Safety Act to include online hate and artificial intelligence. Labor Communications Minister Michelle Rowland advised the government is looking at how it can strengthen the Online Safety Act to […]