Author: Adrian Garrett

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The Buffalo Bills have made a major trade with the Houston Texans, sending star wide receiver Stefon Diggs to the Texans in exchange for draft picks. After spending the past four seasons with the Bills, Diggs will now be joining a new team. In return for Diggs, the Bills will receive a 2025 second-round pick from the Texans, which originally belonged to the Minnesota Vikings. The Texans will also send a 2024 sixth-round pick and a 2025 fifth-round pick to Buffalo as part of the deal. However, the Bills will face a hefty $31 million dead salary-cap charge next season…

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Apple Watch Series 4 may not be supported by watchOS 11, according to a recent report from iPhonesoft.fr. The report suggests that the Series 4 model could potentially top out at watchOS 10, while later models such as the Apple Watch Series 5 and beyond may receive the new update. This development marks a departure from the Apple Watch Series 3, which continued to be sold by Apple despite not receiving support for a new watchOS update. The focus for Apple appears to have shifted to the entry-level Apple Watch SE, with the Series 4 hardware now discontinued. Despite sharing…

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The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently announced new emissions standards for heavy-duty trucks, buses, and other large vehicles in an effort to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. These rules, set to be in effect for model years 2027 through 2032, are projected to avoid up to 1 billion tons of greenhouse gas emissions over the next three decades. The EPA estimates that the new standards will provide $13 billion in net benefits, including reducing hospital visits, lost work days, and deaths. Not only will these rules benefit an estimated 72 million people living near freight routes with heavy vehicle traffic and…

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The Delta IV Heavy Rocket’s Retirement Delayed: Launch Attempt Scrubbed The Delta IV Heavy rocket, known for being one of the most powerful rockets launched from Cape Canaveral, had its recent launch attempt postponed due to high winds and a gaseous nitrogen pipeline ground pump failure. The rocket, with 3 core stages and engines that produce up to 702,000 pounds of thrust, was set to launch a classified payload on the NROL-70 national security mission for the National Reconnaissance Office. United Launch Alliance CEO Tory Bruno announced the delay and plans for a 24-hour turnaround, but the pump failed again,…

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Maryland Governor Wes Moore held a press conference at the site of the Francis Scott Key Bridge collapse in Baltimore, addressing the media and providing updates on the situation. Governor Moore stated that there is currently no specific timeline for when ships will be able to move in and out of the channel into the Port of Baltimore. The closure of the port is having a significant impact, directly affecting approximately 15,000 workers and indirectly impacting an additional 140,000 workers. The Port of Baltimore is the largest port in the country for foreign cargo, handling a staggering 51 million tons…

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Israeli lawyer Amit Soussana endured 55 days of unspeakable horror at the hands of Hamas soldiers. Soussana was abducted during a violent attack and taken prisoner by 10 soldiers who beat her severely. One soldier, identified as ‘Muhammad’, subjected her to sexual assault and relentless abuse, questioning her about her personal life and even denying her basic privacy by not allowing her to close the bathroom door. Despite her efforts to fend off the abuse by misleading her captors about her menstrual cycle, Soussana was eventually forced to shower and sexually assaulted. She sustained fractures and severe bruising during her…

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John Calipari has officially announced that he will be returning as the head coach of Kentucky Basketball for the 2024-25 season. The decision comes after a meeting with athletics director Mitch Barnhart, where they discussed the future of the program. This upcoming season will mark Calipari’s 16th year as the head coach of the Wildcats. Since their last appearance in the NCAA Tournament in 2019, Kentucky has failed to make it past the first round, leading to some speculation about Calipari’s future with the team. Despite calls for his departure, Calipari’s $33 million buyout clause prevented any changes from being…

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Colorectal Cancer on the Rise: A Growing Concern Among Young Adults Recent research from the American Cancer Society has revealed alarming statistics regarding colorectal cancer, making it the third leading cause of cancer deaths among both men and women. The report, released in January, also highlighted that colorectal cancer is now the first leading cause of cancer death among men younger than age 50, surpassing other common cancers such as lung and prostate cancer. Shockingly, it is the second deadliest cancer for women in the same age group, following closely behind breast cancer. Experts are particularly concerned about the continuous…

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Apple users are buzzing with excitement over the upcoming release of iOS 18, which promises to bring some major changes to how they organize and customize their home screens. The highly anticipated update will finally allow users to rearrange their app icons more freely, a feature that has long been enjoyed by Android users. With iOS 18, users will be able to create blank columns, empty rows, and open spaces between apps, giving them more control over the look and feel of their device. Bloomberg recently reported that the new update will offer a “more customizable” home screen, making it…

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The Lake County Health Department has confirmed a case of measles in Illinois, related to the ongoing outbreak in Chicago. So far, a total of 17 cases have been reported in Chicago, with most of them among migrants living in a shelter in Pilsen. Shockingly, 11 of the cases are in children younger than 5 years old. In response to the outbreak, the Chicago Department of Public Health has been proactive in vaccinating individuals at new arrival shelters and at the landing zone in-take center. Around 4,000 people have already been vaccinated to prevent further spread of the disease. Meanwhile,…

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