The South Carolina Republican pleads for money as Democratic opponent sees a surge in contributions.
The spike protein on the novel coronavirus that helps it break into healthy cells has a tiny "pocket" that could make it vulnerable to antiviral drugs, researchers have discovered. In a paper published on Monday in Science, researchers note that common-cold-causing rhinoviruses have a similar pocket, and drugs that fit into the pocket by mimicking fatty acids like LA have lessened symptoms in human clinical trials. This suggests, they say, that drugs developed to target the pocket on the coronavirus spike protein might help eliminate COVID-19.
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Op-Ed: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: It's great that athletes are speaking out. But some of them are spouting nonsense
Many athletes are informed and articulate, but some of those speaking out have voiced absurd opinions that threaten to reinforce the old 'dumb-jock' stereotype.
Pro-Trump activists have been planning violence ahead of Portland protests, including at one to be held this weekend
Chat logs leaked to The Guardian show the activists discussing how to acquire weapons ahead of anti-racism rallies.
After losing his Tennessee bid for U.S. Congress, Texan icon Davy Crockett famously declared, “You may all go to hell, and I will go to Texas.” That was ancient history, way back in 1835, of course. But today, it appears that Joe Rogan -- arguably the celebrity closest to embodying a modern-day Crockett ethos -- is […]
"Unfortunately I won't be able to play the French Open this year," Osaka said in a previous statement, citing a sore hamstring
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“Growing up, my mom’s current husband, Dave, was extremely abusive to me. The abuse was really, extremely physical and terrifying,” says Danielle. “Dave would always put my mom in a position where my mom would have to choose between Dave or myself, and she would always choose Dave right in front of me.” TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: At odds with a family member? Danielle claims the abuse lasted for years, and her mom witnessed him hitting her and would only step in so that her husband wouldn’t get himself in trouble. “It would usually get to a point where she would say, ‘Dave, stop. She is going to call the police on you.’ She was trying to protect Dave from getting in trouble than from him hurting her own daughter. I felt so unprotected.” Danielle says that any time she tries to talk to her mother about her childhood, she says her mother becomes defensive. On Thursday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Danielle confronts Janet about the abuse she claims went on for “years, and years, and years.” See what happens in the video above. WATCH: Mom Says She's Angry Kids Blame Her For Chaotic Childhood And They Need To Move On From Past On Thursday, hear why Danielle and her siblings say Janet caused her daughter’s wedding to turn into a disaster. Will Janet take accountability? Check here to see where you can tune in. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: "Dr. Phil, please solve our conflict!"