Day: May 5, 2023

Gold Medal Flour recalled after Salmonella outbreak

Gold Medal Flour recalled after Salmonella outbreak

General Mills recalled four of its Gold Medal all-purpose flour varieties after investigators identified the flour as a source of a salmonella outbreak. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention, at least 13 people were infected in 12 different states. Three of the infected have been hospitalized, but no deaths have been reported.

3 Native Latino Designers Who Defy Oppression Through Art

3 Native Latino Designers Who Defy Oppression Through Art

One notable way that current-day native Latinos have expressed resistance to oppression is through fashion. With brands like Ralph Lauren that harmfully appropriate indigenous Latin American designs on the rise, supporting native fashion is more important than ever in amplifying native voices and culture. Here are just five native Latino fashion designers who defiantly express their cultures through art, and showcase the (rebellious) beauty of indigenous diversity.

Snoop Dogg enters bidding war against Ryan Reynolds to buy NHL team

Snoop Dogg enters bidding war against Ryan Reynolds to buy NHL team

A bidding war between rapper Snoop Dog and actor Ryan Reynolds is brewing over the NHL’S Ottawa Senators franchise. Snoop Dog posted on Instagram Monday night saying he is collaborating with Los Angeles-based businessman Neko Sparks in a bid to buy the hockey franchise.

Justice Thomas’s Defenders Make the Case for Supreme Court Ethics Reform

Justice Thomas’s Defenders Make the Case for Supreme Court Ethics Reform

In pushing back on recent charges that Justice Clarence Thomas is guilty of ethics lapses, Republicans and allies leaping to his defense have been quick to cite examples of liberal Supreme Court justices they say amount to similar misjudgments or nondisclosures. At a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing Tuesday, Republican senators pointed to the conduct of liberals like the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, now-retired Justice Stephen Breyer, and serving Justices Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, and Ketanji Brown Jackson.

Ed Sheeran Didn’t Steal Key Parts of Marvin Gaye’s “Lets Get it On,” Jury Finds

Ed Sheeran Didn’t Steal Key Parts of Marvin Gaye’s “Lets Get it On,” Jury Finds

This Thursday, a federal jury in New York concluded that Ed Sheeran didn’t steal key components of Marvin Gaye’s classic 1970s tune “Let’s Get It On” when he created his hit song “Thinking Out Loud,” prompting Sheeran to later joke that he won’t have to follow through on his threat to quit music.

WHO says COVID-19 no longer public health emergency

WHO says COVID-19 no longer public health emergency

The World Health Organization declared that COVID-19 no longer qualifies as a global health emergency on Friday. This decision reverses a declaration that was first made on January 30, 2020, when the disease had not yet been named COVID-19 and had no major breakouts beyond China’s borders.

Laws You Didn’t Know Went into Effect This Year

Laws You Didn’t Know Went into Effect This Year

Be it because you didn’t read the news that week, or because these laws weren’t as advertised as they should have been, you will be surprised by the laws you missed that are now in effect this 2023. From increases in minimum wage to the state of insulin prices; these new laws affect the entire population of the United States.

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