NFL believes, but doesn’t directly say, that Tony Corrente’s taunting call was correct

The NFL believes that Monday night’s controversial taunting call made by referee Tony Corrente against Bears linebacker Cassius Marsh was correct. But the league won’t say it directly. Mark Maske of the Post writes that the league “believes the taunting call made against . . . Marsh during Monday night’s game in Pittsburgh was justified […]


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Researchers develop novel mouse model for A-T mutations

The Lundquist Institute’s investigators have developed a novel mouse model that displays the most comprehensive set of A-T symptoms which provides for the very first time a resource to not only clarify the mechanisms of this neurological dysfunction but also gives researchers a critically needed in vivo model to test future A-T therapeutics. The investigators […]


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US sees strong jobs growth as wages edge higher

Firms added 531,000 jobs and the unemployment rate fell slightly to 4.6%, official figures showed. Hiring figures for September were also revised upwards. The spread of the Delta variant and slower growth had suppressed hiring over the summer, along with an apparent reluctance from parts of the workforce to return to work. That has left […]


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The FBI has put out a PSA about an interesting crypto scam

The FBI is warning people of a new breed of scam involving cryptocurrency ATMs. A con artist convinces a person to put cash into a cryptocurrency ATM and send the purchased coins to the scammer using an address stored in a QR code (via CoinDesk). While the actual scamming is relatively low-tech, it’s an interesting […]


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Couple fear they’ll still be sleeping in caravan and living off Greggs for Christmas

A couple left homeless after complications with their local council are living in a caravan and fear they will still be eating Greggs sandwiches at Christmas time. Parents Judd Day, 33, and Jade Wass, 26, who are parents of two, were living in their Ford Focus near Middlesbrough and washing in supermarket sinks or the […]


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