Twelve boys of the Wild Boars soccer team and their coach have been missing for three days since they went on a trip to the Tham Luang Nang Non cave that flooded Saturday afternoon. The boys range from ages 11 to 16. Nacy SEAL divers and other rescuers have been working inside the cave to find the boys and their coach. Officials discovered some of their belongings, raising hope that they found a safe space away from the floods.
The poliovirus, one of the world’s most dreaded viruses, has been turned into a treatment that helps fight deadly brain tumors. Many patients in the first human test of the treatment seemed to have long-lasting benefit. About 21 percent were alive at three years versus 4 percent in a comparison group of previous brain tumor patients.
Pro-life centers no longer have to promote abortion due to the government. The Supreme Court ended a 2016 California law that requires anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers to tell clients about the availability of contraception, abortion and pre-natal care, at little or no cost. The 5-4 ruling also casts doubts on similar laws in Hawaii and Illinois. Centers disagreed with the law since it forced them to deliver a message which they did not approve of, whereas California said it was necessary to let poor mothers know their options.
The Supreme Court voted with a 5-4 ruling to uphold the Trump administration’s travel ban, which blocks immigrants from several Muslim countries from entering the U.S. People on Twitter are sharing their thoughts.
The Mormon Tabernacle Choir is trending on Twitter after welcoming the San Francisco’s Gay Men’s Chorus to perform with them in a special event in Mountain View, California.