Jill Biden assaulted outside Connecticut ice cream shop

First Lady Jill Biden was surrounded by protesters during a visit to a Connecticut ice cream store. “Your husband is the worst president we’ve ever had, you owe us gas money,” an unnamed person told Biden Friday. “Thank you! Thank you for your support, thank you!” He replied, smiling and waving at Heckler. First Lady … Read more

Turn Your Summer Job into a Full Time Career

When Ryan Leonard needed a career change, he knew where to go. Since 2016, the 24-year-old spent his summers working here Preakness Hills Country Club in Wayne, NJ, While receiving his business management degree at Manhattanville College. “It was a really cool first job that kept me busy all summer,” Leonard said. “I had fun … Read more

Juries convict man of wife’s murder in ‘Fitbit murder’ trial

A Connecticut man has been convicted of manslaughter over the murder of his wife in 2015, based partly on evidence provided by his Fitbit exercise activity tracker. ByThe Associated Press 10th May 2022, 9:28 pm , read 3 minutes share on facebookshare on Twitteremail this article Vernon, Conn. — A Connecticut man was convicted Tuesday … Read more

Pfizer to spend $11.6B on migraine treatment maker BioHaven

Pfizer is spending $11.6 billion to buy the remainder of migraine treatment maker BioHaven Pharmaceuticals, which it doesn’t already have. By Tom Murphy AP Health Writer May 10, 2022, 11:42 am , read 1 minute share on facebookshare on Twitteremail this article Pfizer is spending $11.6 billion to buy the remainder of BioHaven Pharmaceuticals, a … Read more

Alex Jones’ InfoWars files for bankruptcy amid Sandy Hook suit

Alex Jones’ companies, including his media site Infowars, have filed for bankruptcy following lawsuits over public comments they called the Sandy Hook massacre a hoax. Three entities controlled by Jones filed for Chapter 11 protection in southern Texas, According to Bloomberg News, The companies reportedly cited estimated liabilities of $10 million. Filing for Chapter 11 … Read more