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Cryptocurrency exchange accused of covering up $850 million loss

By Richard Lawler From engadget New York AG claims Bitfinex took hundreds of millions from its Tether ‘stablecoin.’ In the evolving story of a so-called “stablecoin” the office of New York Attorney General Letitia James accused iFinex Inc. — operator of the Bitfinex exchange and the Tether cryptocurrency — of trying to cover up “the apparent loss […]

Business is booming with New York professional engineers

New York is benefitting from professional engineers thanks to their support in its business environment’s growth and development and more business owners are seeking their services because of this. Matters regarding the health, safety, environmental, and financial implications of planned engineering projects are also brought to light by professional engineers. Hiring professional engineers to inspect […]

Panel to review how FAA approved Boeing 737 Max System

Voice of America From Jakarta News CHICAGO – A global team of experts this week will begin reviewing how the Boeing 737 Maxs flight control system was approved by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA says experts from nine international civil aviation authorities have confirmed participation in a technical review promised by the agency. […]

Half of patients diagnosed with schizophrenia only have anxiety

By Zoe Papadakis From Newsmax Mental health researchers discovered that at least half of people diagnosed with schizophrenia at a Baltimore clinic had been misdiagnosed and were suffering only from anxiety. A misdiagnosis can have far reaching implications for a person who could simply undergo the correct treatment for anxiety. What this new study conducted by experts […]

US: Firefighters saved the National Archives from an arsonist who tried to burn it down

By Andy Meek From BGR The National Archives Museum in Washington DC is more than 80 years old and houses everything from important presidential papers to some of the nation’s founding documents, like the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights. Which is why it would have been a monumental loss to the country […]

Jamaica: Gov’t to make further investments in national security — Holness

From Jamaica Observer KINGSTON, Jamaica — Prime Minister Andrew Holness has declared that increased investments will be made to improve national security. Speaking on Friday at the opening of the new Lathbury Barracks Offices and Accommodation at the Jamaica Defence Force (JDF) Up Park Camp, Holness said the Government is recalibrating its efforts to restore […]

7 bad habits that are sabotaging your sleep

By Lia Ryerson Getting good, quality sleep is one of the best things we can do to keep our bodies healthy—but sometimes, a good night’s rest feels unattainable. In fact, according to a study in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report, more than one third of Americans don’t think they’re getting enough […]

US: Adults vaccinated as children may need new dose as measles outbreak widens

From Newsmax Adults in the United States who were vaccinated against measles decades ago may need a new dose depending on when they received the shot and their exposure risk, according to public health experts battling the nation’s largest outbreak since the virus was deemed eliminated in 2000. Up to 10 percent of the 695 […]

Boosting cellular function can increase life span dramatically

By Lynn Allison From Newsmax An article published in Medical Xpress last year shocked the medical community by stating that the limits of human existence may not be as limited as we believe. According to researchers, a person’s risk of death actually slows and even plateaus once he or she reaches the age of 105. Longevity pioneers […]

Intel explains why it exited the 5G smartphone market

By Yoni Heisler From BGR The sheer amount of corporate drama surrounding the impending 5G boom has been nothing short of bizarre. From AT&T’s misleading 5G E icon — which prompted a lawsuit from Sprint — to Qualcomm and Apple’s recently settled patent dispute, 5G seemingly has mobile carriers, component suppliers, and handset manufacturers all […]