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CDC now calls coronavirus Delta variant a ‘variant of concern’

(CNN) The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now calls the Delta variant of the novel coronavirus, also known as B.1.617.2, a “variant of concern.” The variant of concern designation is given to strains of the virus that scientists believe are more transmissible or can cause more severe disease. Vaccines, treatments and tests that detect the […]

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Are Baseball Cards Worth Anything?

[The Stadium Reviews] Back in the early 1900s, baseball cards and tobacco were sold together to baseball fans. What initially began as a fun collectors’ item quickly grew into a lucrative hobby for fans to buy and sell. Some cards today are worth hundreds of thousands of dollars, while some are worth millions. Here is […]

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KING OF CARDS

[Bloomberg, Goldin Auctions/Layon Sports Card Shop] Ken Goldin—Market Maker, Evangelist, Therapist—Is Cashing In on Priceless Pieces of Cardboard. Ken Goldin arrived at his office in Runnemede, N.J., at about 8:30 p.m. on March 6 and ordered a Philly cheesesteak with pizza sauce from Luigi’s restaurant. Goldin is a former triathlete and normally a health freak, but […]

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How to own part of the most valuable sports card ever for just $3

[MarketWatch, Collectable] A 1914 Babe Ruth pre-rookie minor league baseball card is being sold at a $6 million valuation A 1914 Babe Ruth pre-rookie minor league baseball card valued at $6 million will soon be available for purchase in three-dollar increments. This is not a contest, or a lottery — this is an authentic sports […]

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The CDC’s Covid-19 vaccination card, annotated

(CNN) Nearly 170 million people have been vaccinated against Covid-19 in the United States — which means the same amount have been handed a version of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s white record card. The CDC’s vaccination card is likely to be the primary proof of vaccination going forward as the US continues […]

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United plans supersonic passenger flights by 2029

[BBC NEWS] US airline United has announced plans to buy 15 new supersonic airliners and “return supersonic speeds to aviation” in the year 2029. Supersonic passenger flights ended in 2003 when Air France and British Airways retired Concorde. The new Overture aircraft will be produced by a Denver-based company called Boom, which has yet to […]

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How ransomware hackers came for Americans’ beef

[Politico] Virtually no mandatory cybersecurity rules govern the millions of food and agriculture businesses that account for about a fifth of the U.S. economy. And now, the risk has become real. Security analysts from the University of Minnesota warned the U.S. Agriculture Department in late May about a growing danger — a cyber crime known […]

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Business leaders must take urgent action to counter ransomware threat, White House warns in memo

[CNBC, Eclipse Images] The Biden administration is urging corporate executives and business leaders to take immediate steps to prepare for ransomware attacks.“The threats are serious and they are increasing,” wrote Anne Neuberger, President Joe Biden’s deputy national security advisor for cyber and emerging technology.The White House memo lists five best practices for safeguarding against ransomware […]

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West Virginia To Give Away Guns As Covid-19 Vaccine Incentive

[WebMD] Guns to Help Promote COVID Vaccine in W. Virginia June 2, 2021 — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced new COVID-19 vaccine incentives on Tuesday, including a $1.5 million cash prize, custom-outfitted trucks, and custom hunting rifles and shotguns, according to Forbes. Weekly lotteries will take place from June 20 to Aug. 4, with a drawing for […]

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