By NICHOLAS BAKALAR April 27, 2017 Diabetes may be bad for the brain, especially if you are overweight. Researchers studied 50 overweight and 50 normal weight people in the early stages of Type 2 diabetes. All had been given a diagnosis within the previous five years. They compared both groups with 50 healthy control… Continue reading
Despite President Trump’s support of Keystone XL, state regulators still have say over the route. Some landowners see the pipeline as a threat to their water, farms and history.
By JOANNA KLEIN April 27, 2017 PISGAH NATIONAL FOREST, N.C. — Here’s what I was told: Get away from the city, go during a new moon and keep my flashlight off. When the sky faded black enough to spot stars twinkling, I’d be able to see mushrooms glowing. There are about 100,000 species of… Continue reading
Dr. Reiffel revealed that the Air Force had been interested in staging a surprise explosion on or near the moon, and that its goal was propaganda.
Braves 7, Mets 5 By SETH BERKMAN April 27, 2017 If Mets fans have been sapped of optimism in recent weeks, watching their team lose games and players in rapid succession, then Thursday’s events may have pushed them over the edge. First, Noah Syndergaard was scratched from his scheduled matinee start against the Atlanta… Continue reading
Asia and Australia Edition By STEPHEN HILTNER April 27, 2017 Good morning. Here’s what you need to know: • China reacted harshly to news that the Thaad antimissile system the U.S. set up in South Korea is nearly operational. “This will further tighten the Asia-Pacific antimissile barrier enclosing China and Russia, and will weaken… Continue reading
By TOM PEDULLA April 27, 2017 EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — The Giants faced obvious needs on their offensive line and at their tight end and linebacker positions as they prepared to make the 23rd selection overall in the first round of the N.F.L. draft on Thursday night. In the later rounds, they might also… Continue reading
The two were killed, and a third was wounded, in an operation in the same part of Afghanistan where the military dropped its most powerful conventional weapon.
By THE NEW YORK TIMES April 27, 2017 President Trump may not be terminating the North American Free Trade Agreement, known as Nafta, but that doesn’t mean the deal is safe. After telephone calls with President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada on Wednesday, Mr. Trump said he would start… Continue reading
In anticipation of a debate over a proposed wall along the Mexican border, rhetoric about threats facing the United States has escalated.