Pokemon Fan Art Imagines Magikarp and Gyarados as Ground Type

A Pokemon fan creates unique Ground-type Magikarp and Gyarados, which have particularly sharp teeth and are compared to creatures from Dune and Terraria. Since the release of the first Pokemon titles, fans of the franchise have created unique art inspired by characters from the games, with some featuring alternate versions of existing Pokémon. A Pokemon … Read more

Zelensky outlines demands for peace talks between Ukraine and Russia

Placeholder while loading article actions RIGA, Latvia — Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky on Friday outlined his terms for starting peace talks with Russia, demanding the restoration of pre-invasion borders, the return of more than 5 million refugees, joining the European Union and the responsibility of Russian military leaders before kyiv considers laying down its arms. … Read more

Dairy products linked to increased risk of cancer

Dairy products linked to increased risk of cancer. Credit: Shutterstock To date, the overall evidence on whether dairy consumption affects cancer risk is inconsistent. Studies in Western populations indicate that dairy products may be associated with a lower risk of colorectal cancer and a higher risk of prostate cancer, but have found no clear link … Read more

Elon Musk’s Tesla will cover travel costs for employees seeking out-of-state abortions

Elon Musk’s Tesla covers travel costs for employees who have out-of-state abortions, joining the ranks of several other companies that have introduced similar reimbursement policies following adoption by several states of pro-life legislation. Since 2021, Tesla has expanded its “Safety Net” program and health insurance offering to include “travel and accommodation assistance for those who … Read more

Statement by President Joe Biden on Additional Security Assistance to Ukraine

Today, the United States continues its strong support for the brave people of Ukraine as they defend their country against continued Russian aggression. I am announcing another security assistance program that will provide additional artillery munitions, radars and other equipment to Ukraine. The United States has provided a historic amount of security assistance to Ukraine … Read more

Half of Mass. is in the red for the spread of COVID, according to the CDC

covid “The risk of exposure is quite high.” The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released “elevated” community COVID levels for half of Massachusetts counties this week as cases and hospitalizations rise. Suffolk, Middlesex, Norfolk, Worcester, Franklin and Berkshire counties are all in the red, or at a “high” community level, according to a … Read more

How major US stock indices fared on Friday

The stock market ended an unusually turbulent week with its fifth straight weekly decline By The Associated Press May 6, 2022, 8:33 PM • 2 minute read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article The stock market ended an unusually turbulent week with its fifth consecutive weekly decline. The bumpy and mostly lower run came … Read more

A museum dedicated to Bob Dylan will open in Tulsa with performances by music legends. But Dylan himself? Questionable

The Bob Dylan Center in Tulsa opens May 10 with a concert series leading up to the event at Cain’s Ballroom, with an all-star musical lineup to mark the occasion. The museum dedicated to the elusive folk music superstar was announced in May 2021 with promises of curated exhibitions of material from the songwriter’s archive, … Read more

Oil gains 1.5% and posts another weekly gain on supply issues

Workers walk as oil pumps are seen in the background at the Uzen oil and gas field in the Mangistau region of Kazakhstan November 13, 2021. REUTERS/Pavel Mikheyev Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register EU modifies Russian sanctions plan to convince reluctant states US plans to buy back 60 million barrels for … Read more