Sunday, May 26, 2024

Tag: Texas

In a report released on May 9, the CDC stated that the southern U.S. border saw a 143% jump in imported malaria, with a total of 68 imported malaria cases identified during January–December 2023.
Following Baltimore's incident, the Galveston Bridge collapsed after a large barge struck it. Concerns over bridge safety intensify amid infrastructure challenges across the US. America's infrastructure is still failing...
In an interview with Dr. Gad Saad, a marketing professor at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business in Montreal, Elon Musk discussed a failed assassination plot in Austin involving two mentally ill individuals with guns.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said in a statement why he has dragged Pfizer to court over the COVID vaccine, as they had lied about the efficacy of its COVID-19 vaccination, which violates the Texas Deceptive Trade...
Texas Governor Greg Abbott officially declared invasion at the southern border by Mexican drug cartels in a post on Thursday. Greg Abbott, the governor of Texas, has proclaimed an...
A US official told The New York Times on Thursday that the Pentagon will start training Ukrainian pilots on F-16 fighter jets in the US. The training might begin as soon as September.
A fire, which Castro County Sheriff Sal Rivera said resulted from an explosion that spread to the building where the cows are housed, burned alive 18,000 cows in Texas.
Sen. Bryan Hughes (R) introduced Senate Bill 2334 on March 10, which could result in Texas launching its own gold-backed digital currency if it's passed.
The couple's midwife, licensed professional counselor Cheryl Edinbyrd, told CBS News that the Texas couple elected to do a home birth after Temecia Jackson had two prior Cesarean sections. Now, they say their child was wrongfully taken by the Department of Family and Protective Services.
Texas AG Ken Paxton has filed a lawsuit against Google for collecting biometric data. The case was filed in response to a federal appeals court's upholding of a Texas statute last month, which opens the door for legal action against social media corporations that engage in content moderation.