- ZIKA VIRUS “Scarier than initially thought” says CDC Head
WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) — Today, in a White House briefing Dr Anne Schucaht, Principal Deputy Director of the Center for Disease Control said everything to do with the Zika virus is, “Scarier than initially thought.”
While Congress has all but ignored the White House administration’s formal request for $1.9 Billion in funding to control, prevent, and combat the Zika virus, the CDC and NHIAID have gone full speed ahead in its research to stop the virus.
President Obama last week announced he had re-appropriated a small portion of the resources for Ebola to fight Zika,but this amount falls a long way short of the $1.9 Billion needed.
Citing a close relationship with the pharmaceutical industry for disease vaccination and preventions, Dr. Fauci, Director of NIH/NIAID in the same press conference today was abrupt and to the point and said he needed the full $1.9 Billion. He said that if he didn’t get it he would have to draw funds from other worthy areas, such as malaria, and flu vaccinations.
- Springtime steps aside as one more winter storm crosses the US
WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) — It hardly feels like spring, anymore. Just a few short days after the Washington, DC Cherry Blossom Festival, a traditional marker of spring, temperatures have taken a sudden tumble. The National Weather Service office for Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, DC has issued a freeze warning for tonight, with low […]
- Obama celebrates ties with NATO head as Trump calls NATO “Obsolete”
WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) — The Secretary General of NATO, Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, met with President Obama at the White House today. This follows several weeks in which GOP nominee front-runner, businessman, and entertainer Donald Trump has been calling NATO, “Weak, obsolete,” and that he, “Doesn’t mind if it breaks up.” Mr. Trump’s […]
- PEOPLE OF EARTH: SCIENTISTS ISSUE WARNINGS TO THE HUMAN POPULATION
WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) — Over 1800 peer reviews by scientists over a 3 year period has resulted in string of warnings to the population about the impact of current and future climate change on the human population. The report, released by the Obama Administration, directly from a panel at the White House today, tells the alarming results that climate change will have on daily lives. The scientific community is confident in the report which has been peer reviewed multiple times.
In other words, watch out folks, this is real.
The risks to human health will continue to grow in all areas as the climate continues to change.
- Gunfire at the US Capitol
WASHINGTON, DC (Herald de Paris) — EMS and Police responded to the US Capitol Monday afternoon, after a shooting in the US Capitol Visitor’s Center.
The DC Police report that there was an, “Isolated incident,” at the US Capitol with, “No active threat to the public.” A lone male shooter was allegedly shot by police, and is now in custody, according to a federal law enforcement source. Other reports say that one female civilian was injured, and that two other civilians may have been injured during the ensuing melee.
- All Blacks to face Ireland in Windy City
(Reuters) – Rugby World Cup winners New Zealand will face Six Nations champions Ireland at Chicago’s Soldier Field in November, USA Rugby announced on Tuesday.
- Nabi’s last-ball four wins Quetta a thriller
Mohammad Nabi emerged the hero for his team, striking a last-ball four to guide Quetta Gladiators to a two-wicket win against Lahore Qalandars Source
- The Week Ahead: Pitchers, catchers on deck
Presidents Day brought us remembrances of George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and other leaders of this great country where baseball is the national pastime. And now, baseball is revving up in earnest on Wednesday, when pitchers and catchers have their first reporting dates at various Spring Training camps in Arizona and Florida.