Amazon has issued a rare public apology – but not to its workers, and without a true admission of guilt. A week ago, the company publicly rep. Mark Pocan (D-WI) was caught lying that his workers never felt the need to unload water bottles (which, in fact, is a well-documented …Read More »
PARIS – At the Montparnasse train station in Paris, the contrast may not be as intense. About a year ago, facing the first national lockdown against a raging coronavirus epidemic, the people of Paris jammed trains in the direction that Montparnasse was a place of fear and discomfort and turned …Read More »
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Disease Control and Prevention on Friday People who have been fully vaccinated against Covid-19 can safely travel at “low risk,” the centers said, but Americans do not recommend doing so because of high coronavirus cases across the country. The CDC’s replacement in the guidelines …Read More »
The crystals revealed the earliest humans in Kalahari 105,000 years ago were as innovative as their neighbors.
Archaeological site in a stone shelter in the Kalahari Desert of South Africa: More than 100,000 years ago, people used the so-called Ga-Mohana Hill North Rockshelter for spiritual activities. Credit: Jane Wilkins Archaeological evidence in a rock shelter on the edge of the Kalahari Desert in South Africa challenges the …Read More »
SAN DIEGO – Before Manny Machado picked San Diego, Fernando Tatis Jr. got his call-up, General Manager A.J. The prelude cost spree, before the ace-filled rotation started, the paddles were good and enjoyable and before the brown was worn – on the dotted line signed by Eric Homer. In anticipation, …Read More »