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  • New Tool for Babies' Health: a 'Smart' Pacifier
    Add pacifiers to the list of "smart" devices. Researchers at Washington State University have created one designed to improve health care for babies in the ICU, reports CBS News . As they explain in the journal Biosensors and Bioelectronics , the devices helped nurses and doctors monitor electrolytes in hospitalized... Read more »
  • East Coast, You're About to Get Scorched
    Cities along the East Coast, from Richmond and Philly to New York and Boston, will be slammed this weekend with "abnormally hot" temps, which the Washington Post calls "an ominous signal of the effects of human-caused climate change." On Saturday, temperatures along the Eastern Seaboard are expected to soar into...... Read more »
  • Bette Midler's Advice on the Formula Shortage Goes Over Poorly
    Amid the nationwide formula shortage , Bette Midler had some advice for struggling parents: "TRY BREASTFEEEDING! It’s free and available on demand," she tweeted Thursday. Perhaps not surprisingly, that suggestion did not go over well, the Hill reports. A plethora of responses ranging from respectful disagreement to outrage could be... Read more »
  • First, 'Loud Noises on Their Lanai.' Then, a Surprise Visitor
    May is National Water Safety Month, and Florida's Charlotte County Sheriff's Office has its own tip to contribute. "Always check your pool before diving in!" it noted in a Tuesday Facebook post , along with photos showing why it was issuing such a warning. Authorities report that a family in... Read more »
  • Australia Just Voted Out Its Prime Minister
    Australia's prime minister conceded defeat after an election Saturday that could deliver a minority government. Scott Morrison acted quickly despite millions of votes yet to be counted, because an Australian prime minister must attend a Tokyo summit on Tuesday with US, Japanese, and Indian leaders. "I believe it's very important...... Read more »
  • Tech Bigwig Was on Call on How to Contest Trump's Loss
    Larry Ellison recently popped up on Forbes' "10 Richest People in the World" list, but that's not why he's making headlines this week. The Washington Post is reporting on a "previously unknown dimension" of the efforts to contest former President Trump's loss in the 2020 election—one that included a...... Read more »
  • He Had Memorable Role in Jaws as a Kid. Now, Fitting News
    Life is definitely imitating art on Martha's Vineyard, where a former child star in one of Steven Spielberg's biggest blockbusters ever has just accepted a stars-are-aligned job. The Vineyard Gazette reports that the town of Oak Bluffs has named as its new police chief Jonathan Searle, a longtime sergeant in...... Read more »













  • The Trucker Convoy Has Given Up on DC Yet Again. We Tried One Last Time to Find Out What They Wanted.
    The Hagerstown Speedway is a dirt oval track about seven miles outside downtown Hagerstown, Maryland. Its red clay has hosted Bobby Allison, Jeff Gordon, and Ken Schrader since the facility opened in 1947. On Friday morning the track was dark, but there was a little action going on in its... Read more »
  • 5 Great Ways to Cool Off This Weekend
    It’s hot! This weekend, temperatures will soar well into the 90s, bringing an early taste of summer. Mayor Muriel Bowser has activated the city’s Heat Emergency Plan for the weekend, which is only implemented when the temperature or heat index is 95 degrees or higher. The sweltering weather isn’t going... Read more »
  • 11 New and Newly Reopened Rooftop Bars for Summer Fun in DC
    Deck 11 Rooftop Pool and Lounge at Yotel 415 New Jersey Ave., NW Relax during the day and party at night at this newly reopened rooftop pool bar on Capitol Hill. Hotel guests and locals alike can cool off in the pool ringed by private sun decks and cabanas. In... Read more »
  • 12 Fun Food Events Around DC This Weekend
    Looking for a midnight drink? Capitol Hill’s Beuchert’s Saloon (623 Pennsylvania Ave., SE) is bringing back its late night happy hour. Grab a $10 cocktail Monday through Thursday from 10 PM to 12 AM, or Friday and Saturday from 10 PM until 1 AM. The Preakness is back this weekend at Pimlico Race Course... Read more »
  • Number of Chesapeake Bay Blue Crabs Hits Record Low
    The crab population in our area is struggling, according to a new survey released on Thursday. The number of blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay is at its lowest level since the annual winter dredge survey began in 1990. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources and Virginia Marine Resources Commission’s... Read more »
  • The National Memorial Day Parade Is Back for the First Time Since 2019
    The National Memorial Day Parade was canceled for the last two years due to the pandemic, but this year it’s coming back. The parade will take place on May 30 at 2 PM on Constitution Avenue. Organized by the American Veterans Center, this year’s event will feature appearances from historical... Read more »
  • The Ultimate Breakfast and Brunch Guide to the Union Market District
    Inside Union Market 1309 Fifth St., NE Annare The weekend-only Italian bakery from the team behind nearby pizza shop Stellina specializes in bite-sized bomboloni—airy doughnuts filled with ricotta—and elegant, cigar-sized cannoli. Hit up Peregrine nearby for a cappuccino and you’ve got breakfast. Opens at: 10 AM Friday through Sunday. Bidwell... Read more »






  • Russia claims to have captured Mariupol
    Russia on Saturday claimed to have taken complete control of the besieged Ukrainian city of Mariupol, potentially notching a huge victory for Russian President Vladimir Putin's ongoing offensive, The Associated Press reports. There was no immediate confirmation of the news from Ukraine. Russia's Defense Ministry said that a final 532... Read more »
  • Biden signs baby formula bill during trip to Asia
    While in Seoul on Saturday, President Biden signed into law legislation aimed at bolstering access to baby formula as national shortage meanwhile continues to rock American families, The Hill reports. The legislation, known as the Access to Baby Formula Act of 2022, was passed by the Senate on Thursday after having successfully cleared the... Read more »
  • Tornado in Michigan kills at least 2, injures more than 40
    At least 2 people are dead and over 40 are injured after a tornado ripped through Gaylord, Michigan on Friday afternoon. The uncommon and deadly event tore roofs off of buildings, ripped trees from the ground, toppled cars, and downed power lines, authorities said. "My heart goes out to the families... Read more »
  • Who's disinforming whom? Why the DHS board failed
    The Department of Homeland Security's ill-fated disinformation board met its predictable, if temporary, end this week. The people involved in the Biden administration's efforts naturally lamented it as a victim of the very forces it was conceived to combat. This framing illustrates precisely the problem, of course: viewing disinformation, at least the... Read more »
  • 5 cartoons about the baby formula shortage
    Bill Bramhall | Copyright 2022 Tribune Content Agency Joe Heller | Copyright 2022 Pat Bagley | Copyright 2022 Cagle Cartoons Walt Handelsman | Copyright 2022 Tribune Content Agency Dave Whamond | Copyright 2022 Cagle Cartoons... Read more »
  • The deadly heat wave frying India and Pakistan
    India and Pakistan have, for weeks now, been gripped by a record-breaking heat wave that has already killed dozens. Here's everything you need to know: How hot is it in India and Pakistan? Since the extreme heat began roughly two months ago, India has experienced "its highest March temperatures and third-highest... Read more »
  • Writers take on Disney over pay
    Here are three of the week's top pieces of financial insight, gathered from around the web: The meaning of 'historic drop' It's been the worst year for the bond market since 1842, said Jason Zweig at The Wall Street Journal. That's not a typo. Not since the bottom of a pre-Civil... Read more »



    The Union Journal

  • Weston McKennie Returns After Injury To USMNT Roster For Training Camp
    Weston McKennie has made his return after sustaining an injury. Gregg Berhalter, the United States men’s national team manager, has named his 27-man squad for two friendlies and two CONCACAF Nations League matches in June. On June 1 and 5, the United States will play Morocco and Uruguay in friendly... Read more »
  • Pep Guardiola Believes That Winning The Premier Leagues Is Tougher Than Champions League
    Pep Guardiola, the manager of Manchester City, has stated that winning the Premier League is more fulfilling than winning the Champions League title. Guardiola stated that the Premier League was a difficult road ahead of their last league match of the season versus Aston Villa. Pep Guardiola spent much of... Read more »
  • Louisiana 2022: Senator Bill Cassidy Addresses The States High Maternal Mortality Rates
    Louisiana Senators Bill Cassidy (R-LA) and Jeff Merkley (D-OR) proposed the Maternal and Child Health Stillbirth Prevention Act of 2022, which provides government money for stillbirth prevention services. In the United States, 23,500 babies are stillborn each year, and studies reveal that approximately 1 in every 4 stillbirths may be... Read more »
  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Announces Her Engagement To Long Time Lover
    Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (also known as AOC) is on her way to marrying her fiancé Robert Riley. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez verified the announcement of their wedding on Twitter through a friend, and congratulations began to stream in. Roberts, a marketing executive, and Ocasio-Cortez, 32, met as undergrads at Boston University. They’ve been... Read more »
  • Celtics Win Game 2 Thanks To Marcus Smart
    Marcus Smart of the Boston Celtics had an unobstructed lane for an easy fast-break goal. Then he flubbed a layup after unnecessarily moving the ball behind his back. He got the ball again a minute later and nailed an amazing circus shot from below the backboard on the baseline. He... Read more »
  • Pochettino In The Dark About Mbappe’s Future
    Paris Saint-Germain coach Mauricio Pochettino insisted Friday he has no idea where Kylian Mbappe will play his club football next season as the striker’s contract in the French capital comes to an end. Mbappe is expected to reveal in the coming days whether he will join Real Madrid or accept... Read more »
  • Darwin Nunez Might Move To Man United
    There are contrasting reports bout Darwin Nunez reportedly turning down a move to Manchester United as the Uruguayan ace is a man in demand. Nunez, 22, has had a sensational season for Benfica but it has been reported by Fabrizio Romano that he will ‘100 percent’ leave the Lisbon giants... Read more »



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