Premarket stocks: American oil is usually a cheaper option. Not anymore

But this morning, the near-term futures contracts for WTI and Brent are both roughly $115 per barrel — an indication of how the market has been scrambled by the pandemic and the war in Ukraine ahead of the busy summer driving season. “This is a significant development in my opinion,” Jeffrey Halley, a senior market … Read more

Prostate cancer screening is better than originally thought, especially for Black men, study says

There’s no standard test for prostate cancer, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Two of the more commonly used tests are a digital rectal exam and a blood test for prostate specific antigen (PSA), an enzyme that is typically higher in men with prostate cancer. A study published Sunday in the … Read more

Thinking about selling your home? This may be the time

But homeowners are still holding back from listing their homes, said Jeff Tucker, senior economist at Zillow. While the inventory of homes for sale has ticked up this spring, he said it has more to do with buyers retreating than a flood of new homes hitting the market. “Sellers don’t seem to be particularly incentivized … Read more

John Fetterman’s unique persona is put to the test in Pennsylvania Democratic Senate primary

But with Fetterman on the precipice of winning the Democratic Senate primary — polls show the lieutenant governor up around 30 percentage points over Rep. Conor Lamb and state Rep. Malcolm Kenyatta — many of those same supporters have a dilemma: Is the lieutenant governor too unique for a broader electorate? It is not an … Read more

Brides are pumped to wear black wedding dresses

Among wedding trends heating up, sellers have noted a surge in interest in black bridal gowns. According to Google Trends, searches for “black wedding dress” have kept pace with searches for “white wedding dress” over the past 12 months. In Sept and Oct 2021, “black wedding dress” was searched more than “white wedding dress” on … Read more

Twitch, a live-streaming giant, comes under scrutiny after Buffalo shooting

Twitch removed the livestream less than two minutes after the violence began on Saturday, a spokesperson for the company told CNN. Despite the quick action by Twitch to delete the content, clips and copies of the disturbing video of the shooting, which police say was a racially-motivated hate crime, quickly spread across other social media … Read more

Why is Drug addiction rising among Students and its consequences?

America currently has nearly 21 million people addicted to abusing substances. This is a considerable amount of the total population of the US. This number has skyrocketed in recent years as we as a society have changed our stance on drugs. The largest age group amongst the aforementioned addicts are college and university-going students. They … Read more

Meaning And Are They Healthy?

One-sided attraction is quite corrosive to a person’s mental health. Now imagine a one-way relationship that’s a thousand times more intense and the object of your admiration is completely unaware of your existence. Where you are practically living in two different worlds. A parasocial relationship is all of that and so much more. Our digital … Read more

Buffalo supermarket shooting: Social media posts reveal suspected mass shooter spent months planning racist attack

Alleged gunman Payton S. Gendron of Conklin, New York, shared on the chat app Discord and online forum 4chan that he selected a particular ZIP code in Buffalo because it had the highest percentage of a Black population close enough to where he lived. Police and other officials have described the mass shooting as a … Read more