Upon returning to the car, according to the report, Martin immediately walks to the passenger side 'but does not open any doors'. He is then spotted in front of the car and a 'brief white speck' is spotted from about mid-torso 'moving toward his vehicle,' the report said. … [Read more...] about Black student at Texas A&M who claimed he found racist notes on his car saying the n-word, ‘all lives matter,’ and ‘you don’t belong here’ put them there himself, campus cops say
Self driving car kills pedestrian
Amy Brown, an associate professor in public health at Swansea University, says a growing number of British parents are choosing to feed their children with formula milk, despite the increased risk of gastroenteritis and respiratory illnesses. She plans to address the British Science Festival on the issue and to call for more funding and better support for new mothers. … [Read more...] about Breastfeeding drive ‘could save NHS £40m a year’
Alaoui, described by Amnesty as a talented photographer, has had her work exhibited globally, including at the Institut du Monde Arabe, Art Dubai and the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris. Her work has also featured in the New York Times and Vogue magazine. … [Read more...] about Burkina Faso attack: Amnesty says two of its workers were killed
Despite having four months off, Brigitta isn't feeling rusty with pen in hand after practicing on her nearest and dearest during lockdown - and even inked herself. The business owner of four years added: 'I'm alright because I have tattooed the people I live with during lockdown. I have even tattooed myself which I never thought I would do but that's what lockdown does to you.' … [Read more...] about Nail bars, beauty salons and tattoo parlours finally reopen – but clients complain the only way to get their eyebrows trimmed is to visit a barber after facial treatments are banned
Some analysts predict a trend towards privately owned smartphones, customised for personal needs, but also used for work. That makes some worry about contaminating company IT systems – either via technical glitches or "inappropriate" activity. The answer, they say, lies not in returning to the old days of having two phones, but allowing two separate operating systems: one for work, one for leisure, which can co-exist securely within one smartphone. … [Read more...] about Smartphones on holiday: is that a smart idea for your work-life balance?