The Maine Board of Licensure in Medicine on Tuesday found Dr. Meryl Nass guilty of medical incompetence and placed her on two-year probation, subject to remedial sanctions. Nass, who last month sued the board, said her case comes down to defending the patient-provider relationship.
Internal emails show U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement is collecting personal data that might otherwise require a court order – including expecting parents' posts about pregnancy on websites like BabyCenter.
Attorneys for Children’s Health Defense on Tuesday filed a series of briefs pertaining to CHD’s ongoing lawsuit against the Trusted News Initiative alleging the group of major media outlets violated antitrust laws and the US Constitution when they collectively colluded with tech giants to censor online news.
A lawsuit prevented New York Gov. Kathy Hochul and the state’s health department from being able to lock down or lock up in quarantine anyone they suspect of having a contagious disease – but New York’s executive government wants those powers back.
Candace Owens, political commentator and talk show host on The Daily Wire, recently shared her story of getting two doses of the Gardasil vaccine. 'It was absolutely terrifying because I was alone and had bad reactions to both doses,' she said.
The U.S. military’s chief information officer and former CIA deputy director John Sherman said his office will assume control of all 5G-related activities in the U.S. military and expand the military’s 5G pilot programs – a move critics said could lead to increased surveillance of U.S. citizens.
COVID-19 countermeasures — such as lockdowns and social distancing — were key contributors to the rise in excess deaths since the onset of the pandemic, according to Denis Rancourt, Ph.D., all-cause mortality researcher and lead scientist for 23 years at the University of Ottawa in Canada.
A federal appeals court on Tuesday unanimously upheld an injunction prohibiting the U.S. Air Force from punishing or terminating service members with religious objections to the COVID-19 vaccine. The ruling comes amid growing opposition to the military’s vaccine mandate by legislators.