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Homeopaths sell injections containing strychnine, lead, mercury. Seriously

Um, what? — Don’t inject yourself with poison—regardless of what homeopaths say. Beth Mole - Jun 16, 2020 10:25 pm UTC The US Food and Drug Administration on Tuesday announced a crackdown on four homeopathic companies selling injectable products said to contain highly toxic substances, including lead, mercury, deadly nightshade, and strychnine. These products—some meant…

‘The barn’s on fire’: The Phoenix mayor and Arizona’s former health...

Phoenix Mayor Kate Gallego says Gov. Doug Ducey's decision to quickly reopen the state in May caused Arizona's explosion in coronavirus cases.For weeks in March, Ducey rejected calls from his own local officials to issue a statewide shutdown. He finally did so on March 30, but lifted the order after just six weeks. Will Humble, who…

An Iranian nuclear facility was apparently sabotaged and a mysterious dissident...

An important Iranian nuclear facility was damaged in a fire on Thursday that appears to have been the result of sabotage. A previously unknown group calling itself the "Homeland Cheetahs," apparently a dissident group, claimed responsibility for the incident. The incident, which happened at Iran's largest uranium enrichment facility, occurred amid historic tensions between Washington and Tehran…

The Federalist Bows the Knee to Big Tech, Deletes Its Awful...

Screenshot: The FederalistGoogle has booted fringe libertarian/conspiracist page Zerohedge from its AdSense platform over user comments and warned crackpot haven the Federalist that it could face the same fate, NBC News reported on Tuesday. The Federalist, which has postured itself as a haven for ideological outcasts of all stripes to post things that are definitely…

As enforcement of California’s data privacy law kicks in today, here’s...

California Attorney General Xavier Becerra (right) and Gov. Gavin Newsom in Sacramento, California, on February 15, 2019. Rich Pedroncelli/AP This story is available exclusively on Business Insider Prime. Join BI Prime and start reading now. Enforcement of California's privacy law begins Wednesday, and many questions linger about how the state will handle it.The law calls…

Zero tolerance cancellations won’t create a more just society

America's overdue reckoning with racism and police brutality has already taken down some abusive, powerful people, and has also brought about unprecedented popular support for criminal justice reform.Such reforms include arresting and imprisoning far fewer people, and eliminating punitive sanctions on those who have already paid their debt to society. It requires the strength to…
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