A claim circulating on the Internet that today’s test of the Emergency Alert System will activate nanoparticles in our bodies is not based in reality. It is science-fiction based fear mongering.
5) Rep. Matt Gaetz filed a motion to oust Speaker Kevin McCarthy; 4) Student loan payments start again this week with uncertain impact on economy; 3) FBI warns of dangerous cult called 764 that targets kids online; 2) Conspiracy theories about today’s EAS test unfounded; 1) Democratic Party officials worry that they won’t have enough delegates of color at next summer’s convention—to renominate the old white guy running for president..
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