New York Greenlights Touchscreen Voting Amid Security Concerns

"It’s going to cause a real increase in the lines and the time that people would have to take to vote. It’s insecure. The voter can’t really check and control their own vote. You’re at the mercy of the machine."

Ohio Teen Dies in Tragic TikTok ‘Benadryl Challenge’ Stunt

“It was too much for his body,” Jacob's father said.

JPMorgan Plans to Test Biometric Payment Technology with Face and Palm Scans

JPMorgan Chase is piloting a new payment technology that will allow customers to pay using biometric scans of their face or palm, with the bank hoping to expand the system if successful.

Amory, Mississippi, Residents Credit Praying Meteorologist With Saving Their Lives

Citizens of Amory, Mississippi, are claiming WTVA-TV Chief Meteorologist Matt Laubhan saved their lives after Laubhan prayed on television.

Earthing Might Have Therapeutic Effect on COVID-19, 2 Simple Ways to Do It

The term “earthing” refers to making direct contact between the human body and the Earth, allowing the body to absorb the Earth’s energy.

Amazon Announces Store Closures in High Crime Cities

Amazon has announced it will be closing several grocery stores in high crime cities like NYC, Seattle and San Francisco, but claims the measure is related to “cost-cutting.”

East Palestine, Ohio, Begins Using Digital ID

East Palestine, Ohio, is introducing a medical digital ID that first responders can use to access a patient's allergy information, medical conditions, and emergency contacts.

TSA Quietly Begins Using Facial Recognition

"First generation CAT units are designed to scan a traveler’s photo identification, confirm the traveler’s identity as well as their flight details," according to TSA.

Former President Jimmy Carter To Spend ‘Remaining Time’ at Home On Hospice

Former President Jimmy Carter will spend his "remaining time" at home receiving hospice care instead of receiving additional "medical intervention," The Carter Center announced Saturday.

Menstrual Cycle Tracking App: ‘We Aim to Support Everyone With Periods – Regardless of Gender’

An app designed to build "a better future for female health" by helping women track their menstrual cycles now claims that menstruation is not an exclusively female experience.

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