An Apple a Day — Uncertainly certain.

Apples, apples, apples. Red, green, yellow. Sweet, tart, crisp. Pies, tarts, bliss. Apple picking season has finally arrived! Every week new types of apples will be up for grabs, literally, at the orchard. It’s a glorious time. We took the girls out bright and early in the morning to pick gala apples. Due to the […]

An Apple a Day — Uncertainly certain.

White House Dismisses Questions of Whether Convention Events Broke Anti-Corruption Law

The law is aimed at preventing public officials from using their power for partisan political activity. but they believe they are above the law because Moscow Mitch will look the other way

The law is aimed at preventing public officials from using their power for partisan political activity.

Masks for Covid may end up eliminating TB by 2025

The simple face mask–mandatory in the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic—may just help India’s fight against one of the oldest pestilence: Tuberculosis. “If masks become routine in India, just like they are in Japan, then we could well meet our target of eliminating TB by 2025,” said pulmonologist Dr Sanjeev Mehta.

From science to classical music, Israel clamps down on Palestinian culture

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The last months have seen Israel crack down on cultural figures and intellectuals in the occupied territories. Critics say the attacks are part of a larger strategy of suppressing Palestinian civil society.

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