So-called miracle solutions, often called MMS, have been marketed for years as cures to everything from HIV to hepatitis. But according to a warning from the FDA, it's actually just bleach Elizabeth Yuko, provided by Published 2:31 pm PDT, Wednesday, August 14, 2019 Photo: Andrew Harnik/AP/Shutterstock Photo: Andrew Harnik/AP/Shutterstock Image 1 of / 1 Caption Close Image 1 of 1 Photo: Andrew Harnik/AP/Shutterstock FDA Begs Public to Please Stop Drinking Bleach 1 / 1 Back to Gallery The U.S. Food and Drug Administration wants people to stop drinking bleach. Specifically, the organization has issued a warning against ingesting sodium chlorite products, following a recent rise in … [Read more...] about FDA Begs Public to Please Stop Drinking Bleach
close Video Shark kills man off Cape Cod in rare deadly attack Fox News' Bryan Llenas reports on the deadly attack. The aunt of the Massachusetts man killed Saturday by a shark in the waters off Cape Cod said she begged her nephew to stay away -- but he laughed off her fears. Marisa Medici told the Boston Herald on Sunday she kept asking 26-year-old Arthur Medici not to go to Cape Cod, but that's where her nephew wanted to go "every day." "Always I asked him, ‘Don’t go. Please, don’t go.’ He’d say, ‘Aunt, they’re not going to bite me. The sharks don’t bite me. I’m Superman!’ He was always making jokes about himself," she told the Herald. Medici is the state's first shark fatality since 1936. He was bitten on the legs while boogie boarding off Newcomb Hollow Beach in Wellfleet, officials said; however, specifics of his injuries and the type of shark that attacked him have not been made public. Two signs at the … [Read more...] about Cape Cod shark attack victim’s aunt begged him to stay out of water, said he laughed off her fears
Eric Tucker, Chad Day and Michael Balsamo, Associated Press Updated 11:13 pm CDT, Friday, September 14, 2018 Now Playing: Paul Manafort's lawyer says the former Trump campaign chairman cut a deal with prosecutors "to make sure that his family was able to remain safe and live a good life." (Sept. 14) Media: Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — As Trump associates folded one-by-one over the last year under the pressure of federal investigators, there was always Paul Manafort. Until suddenly there wasn't. The former Trump campaign chairman, who for months stood resolute in his innocence and determined to fight charge upon charge even as fellow onetime loyalists caved, reached an extraordinary plea agreement with special counsel Robert Mueller's office on Friday that requires him to assist the Russia investigation and converts him into a potentially vital government cooperator. The deal, struck in Washington just days before Manafort was to have faced a … [Read more...] about Manafort plea deal begs key question: What does he know?
Looking for news you can trust?Subscribe to our free newsletters. In a live TV appearance on Friday, Mississippi Republican Senate candidate Chris McDaniel said the state’s African Americans should stop “begging for federal government scraps.” McDaniel made the remarks during a live recording of MSNBC’s Morning Joe at Ole Miss. Interview panelist Eddie Glaude Jr., a Mississippi native and chairman of African American studies at Princeton, noted McDaniel’s history of defending the display of the Confederate flag and blaming rising gun violence on a “hip-hop” culture. “How do you convince black folk in this state that you’re not a danger to them?” Gaude asked, noting that 38 percent of the state’s population is African American. McDaniel responded, “I am going to ask them, after 100 years, after 100 years of relying on big government to save you, where are you today? … [Read more...] about Mississippi Senate Candidate to African Americans: Stop “Begging for Federal Government Scraps”
Emily Wagster Pettus, Associated Press Published 2:33 pm CDT, Friday, September 14, 2018 JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A U.S. Senate candidate in Mississippi says the state has been "begging for federal government scraps" for 100 years and is still "dead last." Republican Chris McDaniel spoke Friday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" in a segment from Oxford, Mississippi. He was responding to professor Eddie S. Glaude Jr., chairman of the African-American Studies Department at Princeton University. Glaude, who grew up in Mississippi, asked what McDaniel would say to black residents. McDaniel said he would ask: "After 100 years of begging for federal government scraps, where are you today?" MySA News Videos Now Playing: Now Playing Driver accused of hospitalizing 4 in VIA bus stop crash asks for forgiveness Media: San Antonio Express-News Blaze closes major S.A. highway in both directions Media: TXDOT Fly through the eye of Hurricane Florence Media: San Antonio … [Read more...] about Senate candidate: Mississippi begs for ‘government scraps’