The president has said he could make a “fast decision” on the next FBI director, but the search has been winding.
In his new collection, the Tasmania cheesemaker shares his recipes for classic cheese dishes
Tasmanian cheesemaker Nick Haddow started Bruny Island Cheese in 2003, making his own product the old-fashioned way and then selling it (“illegally”) from an antique display fridge in his living room.
For his new recipe collection, Milk. Made, Haddow interviewed many of the world’s top cheesemakers about the history of cheese and the best ways to serve it.
- Jacobs had glasses broken in attack by Republican Greg Gianforte last week
- Reporter agrees to donate broken pair to Newseum in Washington DC
Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs replaced his glasses on Tuesday, after they were broken when he was assaulted by Republican congressional candidate Greg Gianforte.
Gianforte was charged with misdemeanor assault after attacking Jacobs when the reporter asked him a question about healthcare last week. The Republican went on to win the special election in Montana the next day.
The number of women who have experienced catastrophic side effects from transvaginal mesh implants — used to treat prolapse after childbirth — is likely to be higher than expected, experts fear.
Jan Maessen was told a “simple operation” would treat her prolapsed bowel and bladder. But the mesh implant has left her in chronic, debilitating pain, and she now wants them banned.
If you didn't think Devolver Digital's Genital Jousting's phallic gameplay was ridiculous enough, you're in for a treat. The studio has released a Wet Hot Summer Update (what else would they call it?) for the title that adds season-appropriate modes…
The Core i9 has 18 cores, 36 threads, and looks a whole lot like where the PC industry’s headed.
The Core i9 has 18 cores, 36 threads, and looks a whole lot like where the PC industry’s headed. The post Intel’s New Processors Are Built For the High-Powered Future of PCs appeared first on WIRED.
• Dr Jeffrey Brown allegedly changed note with details of L-carnitine infusion
• Accusations made by Steve Magness, former Nike Oregon Project employee
A doctor who has worked closely with Alberto Salazar, the coach of Mo Farah, has been accused of deliberately falsifying medical records before handing them to the United States Anti-Doping Agency.
Both the BBC and ProPublica published documents that allege that Dr Jeffrey Brown, a Houston-based endocrinologist, changed a note showing details of an infusion of the controversial amino acid L-carnitine to the former Nike Oregon Project employee Steve Magness in 2011.