The Texas deputy, who had received calls saying the 18-year-old was jumping in front of cars, believed she might be suicidal.
Rising heat and dry conditions are reducing the water available for farming — as well as for once abundant salmon populations.
Fermata’s new tech cuts disease-related harvest loss by 30 to 40 percent and makes plant monitoring automatic.
Demand for refined petroleum products such as gasoline are still not yet at pre-pandemic levels.
Companies need to adapt to a new platform’s reach and opportunities.
California, with gas prices topping $4 per gallon, is skewing the national average higher.
As overseas countries move away from coal, American gas exporters are lowering costs.
Research finds “overwhelming evidence that social connections of offspring are similar to those of the mother.”
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The plebiscite poses legal and logistical challenges; popular opinion over its implementation is divided.
Republicans say the Democrats have shirked responsibility by fleeing the state to stop new voting laws passing.
Republicans run risk of angering part of voter base with handling of issue.
Hundreds of Nepalese were seen queuing in lines outside vaccination centers to get their jabs.
China recently opposed a meeting between US Secretary of State Antony Blinken and Tibetan spiritual leader Dalai Lama in India.
The pleas have been adjourned till August 27.
Terrified pooch had to be sedated by a vet before rescuers could pull it free.
NGO claims that Spain conducted 817,742 experiments on animals in 2019, with 12 percent for the regulatory testing of medicines.
Dead piglets can also be seen rotting in harsh conditions, which are later collected by employees and placed in plastic buckets.
Researchers at the University of California reveal certain species of floral bacteria enhances pollen germination.
Study shows that the willingness to work is not static, and depends upon the fluctuating rhythms of fatigue.
People with metabolic syndrome are at higher risk for having a second stroke and death.
Chip shortages, slow vaccination rollout in some regions and logistics challenges could still hamper the growth, the report said.
Reports suggest that the reason for the delay in launch is the chip shortage faced by a lot of smartphone manufacturers.
The option is currently available between phones running the same operating system.
S&P estimates that a return to pre-Covid-19 levels of financial strength will not occur until 2023 or beyond.
State health officials have called for caution after two more infections were added to the latest cluster of Covid-19 cases.
The Grattan Institute said their modeling shows Australia cannot reopen until the nation has an 80 percent vaccinated population.