Author: Adam Zampa

podcastThe brain makes us who we are. It’s the control center that manages thoughts, emotions, and even our perception of time. But for many of us, the brain remains a mystery. This season, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, a practicing neurosurgeon, explains how this 3-pound organ impacts our physical and mental health. As Dr. Gupta demystifies the brain, you’ll learn tangible takeaways to help you sleep better, eat healthier, and live longer.CNN Sans ™ & © 2016 Cable News Network.

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Canada is set to have a 37-year-old veteran of almost 1,400 NHL games, a top draft pick and a college goaltender front and center at the Beijing Olympics.Longtime NHL forward Eric Staal, 2021 No. 1 pick Owen Power and Northeastern goalie Devon Levi were among the players named Tuesday by Hockey Canada to the 25-man roster.CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM”We’ve got a mix of some young guys, we’ve got some guys in their mid-20s and we’ve got some older guys,” general manager Shane Doan said on a video call. “That youthful enthusiasm that shows up in the…

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As Joe Biden campaigned for president pushing gun control, the United States was passing a grim milestone: the most firearm deaths recorded in a single year since systematic tracking began. More than 45,000 people were shot to death in 2020, according to data the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released late last month. The agency has yet to publish last year’s figures, but the spike in gun violence that started alongside the pandemic continued to increase in 2021, according to the Gun Violence Archive, an independent tracker. Police converge on the scene of a shooting in Brooklyn, one of…

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday, January 25: White House says NATO partners in agreement on Ukraine as military aid arrives in Kiev; General Motors announces new $7 billion electric car plant; South Koreans protest virus restrictions by shaving heads.       

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A second New York City police officer has died from injuries sustained on Friday when a gunman opened fire during a domestic disturbance call in Harlem, the police commissioner announced on Tuesday.The officer, Wilbert Mora, who joined the Police Department in 2018, was mortally wounded along with his partner, Jason Rivera, 22, who was pronounced dead on Friday. Officer Mora, 27, was rushed into surgery at Harlem Hospital.In the days that followed, police officials and Mayor Eric Adams described Mr. Mora as fighting for his life at the hospital.But Officer Mora’s injuries were too severe, and two days after being…

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KYIV, Ukraine — Russia’s military buildup on the Ukrainian border is easy to see. Satellite images show ever-growing patches of snow-covered tanks expanding along the frontier, and a stream of Russian TikTok posts records the steady westerly crawl of trains carrying missile launchers, armor and troops.And yet despite the buildup — and even with the United States warning that an attack could come imminently, and NATO forces on alert — Ukraine’s leadership is playing down the Russian threat.That posture has left analysts guessing about the leadership’s motivation, with some saying it is to keep the Ukrainian markets stable, prevent panic…

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Ryan Zinke, former Trump Department of Interior secretary who is running for Montana’s newly-opened second congressional seat, slammed President Joe Biden for his weakness in handling foreign policy amid yet another international crisis, this time involving Russia, Ukraine, and NATO. “I think in the Biden administration what we’re looking at is a manifest doctrine of weakness,” Zinke told Breitbart News in an exclusive interview on Monday. “How did we get here? Through weakness and retreat. And when U.S. stumbles, NATO falls,” he said. “President Trump was right, NATO allies had not been putting money towards building a credible military force, and…

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Other than the menacing mandolin slicer, almost no other kitchen staple comes with as many rules and regulations as does a cast-iron pan. There are seasoning rules, usage rules and the biggest rule of them all — the Do Not Use Soap rule. But rules are meant to be broken, and not only are we going to break the cardinal rule of washing a cast-iron pan, with the help of two seasoned cast iron experts, we’re actually going to go ahead and throw that rule right out the window. Daniel Gritzer is, in my opinion, the most learned man to seek out…

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California once again finds itself at the center of the national debate about COVID-19 safety, with new proposals that would, among other things, require that California students be immunized.The plans are generating intense debate about the best ways to keep schools open, parent rights and the role of the government.Here is a breakdown of what we know:What are the new proposals? Senate Bill 871, by state Sen. Richard Pan (D-Sacramento), would add COVID-19 vaccinations to California’s list of required inoculations for attending K-12 schools, which can be skipped only if a student receives a rare medical exemption. If passed by…

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The second NYPD officer gravely wounded while responding to a domestic incident in Harlem five days ago succumbed to his injuries Tuesday. Officer Wilbert Mora, a four-year veteran of the force, NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell announced. “It’s with great sadness I announce the passing of Police Officer Wilbert Mora,” she tweeted. “Wilbert is 3 times a hero. For choosing a life of service. For sacrificing his life to protect others. For giving life even in death through organ donation. Our heads are bowed & our hearts are heavy.”The 27-year-old was transferred from Harlem Hospital to NYU Langone Medical Center around 5 p.m.…

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