The hearings of January 6 resume today, Stepien will not appear

(NewsNation) — The start of the second televised public hearing of the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on Capitol Hill was delayed 30 minutes early Monday morning. Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, Bill Stepien, has abruptly pulled out of an appearance before the House committee and will no longer be among those … Read more

Two WVU undergraduates named Beckman Scholars | wvu today

Bryan Ho and Zachary Ellis (from left), biochemistry majors at WVU Honors College, make up the third and final cohort of the Beckman Scholars Program, a 15-month mentored competitive research experience for exceptional undergraduates in chemistry, biological sciences, and interdisciplinary. combinations of the two. (WVU photo) Two West Virginia University undergraduate students will spend the … Read more

Summer study empowers students to get ahead, explore interests

By Shelby Williamson, Senior Communications Specialist, Office of Marketing and Communications Summer is a time for adventure, and summer study at Marquette University gives students the opportunity to explore interests they may not be able to delve into during traditional semesters. Taking courses over the summer is also a great way for students to catch … Read more

Strong to severe potential today, excessive heat ahead

Midday storms: There are plenty of headlines to discuss in the days leading up to Father’s Day weekend, starting with today’s severe storm potential. Overnight, the Storm Prediction Center placed the entire Stateline at a Slight Risk (level 2 of 5) for severe weather. For the past 24 to 48 hours, forecast models have been … Read more

June 5 – June 11 – Oswego County Today

Oswego Today County Weekly Summary Chart by Fred Reed. OSWEGO COUNTY – Oswego County Today features the top stories from the past week. City of Fulton News: Oswego Industries Inc., a Fulton-based nonprofit agency that supports children and adults with developmental disabilities, is proud to recognize Darlene Baker for 25 years of service. Full story … Read more

S&P 500 on the verge of falling back into a bear market

BY THE NUMBERS US stock futures sank on Monday after the worst week on Wall Street since January. Bond yields soared as investors braced for the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates later this week following better-than-expected consumer inflation data on Friday. The S&P 500 was looking to enter bear market territory again and test … Read more

Clues, answers for Monday, June 13 2022 word of the day

Share this article Share cheep text E-mail Link on Facebook On twitter via text message on LinkedIn via email https://ftw.usatoday.com/2022/06/wordle-today-answer-clues-june-13-2022 WARNING: THERE ARE WORLDWIDE SPOILERS AHEAD! READ NO FURTHER IF YOU DON’T WANT THE GLOBAL RESPONSE ON JUNE 13, 2022 TO BE REMOVED FOR YOU. Clever? IT’S OKAY. As for Wordle’s hardest words, Monday’s answer … Read more

Do punters matter in today’s NFL?

The recent revolution in NFL football emphasizing offense over everything else has changed the perspective of the kicking game. Ingrained ideas about time of possession, position on the pitch, running the ball and stopping the run are falling by the wayside. In his place is a new NFL that increasingly values ​​passing and pass defense, … Read more

A perfect storm for American agriculture

Supply chains and inflation are topics on the minds of many consumers. The shortage of products ranging from building materials, microchips, baby formula to pharmaceuticals shows how our daily lives depend on global supply chains and the ever-increasing prices of the products they carry. Especially for agricultural products, UConn researcher Sandro Steinbach, an assistant professor … Read more