In a strange twist of fate, part of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) has been used to cure the so-called “bubble boy” disease, a condition in which the body develops no immune system on its own. A gene editing procedure modifies the patient’s blood stem cells with the virus and reinserts them into the bone marrow, curing the illness.
A Pennsylvania man who was sleeping in a dumpster received the shock of a lifetime this week when he was suddenly tossed into the back of a garbage truck when it picked up the receptacle to empty it.
With the media focus largely on the release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report on allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election, Facebook took the opportunity on Thursday to reveal that it messed up (again) and stored millions of Instagram passwords on unencrypted internal servers.
The Pakistan military has said that India has finally accepted the truth regarding the IAF's 26 February Balakot strike.
Following the publication of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report on apparent Trump-Russia collusion, Sputnik spoke to Jim Jatras, a former US State Department foreign service officer, about the implications of Trump essentially being cleared and how the Dems might react.
Earlier, French media reported that investigators consider a short circuit as the possible cause of the fire at the iconic Paris cathedral.
As the US attorney general initially presented only a summary of Mueller’s report, WikiLeaks called for transparency in the matter in order to dispel possible conspiracy theories.
Miss Costa, a large female great white shark tagged by research company OCEARCH in September 2016, recently shocked monitors when the sub-adult fish made a rare appearance in Gulf waters near the Florida coast.