House Democrats will release a bill on drug pricing in September, Speaker Nancy Pelosi's top health care aide, Wendell Primus, said yesterday at a Brookings event. Details: Primus said the bill will focus on the most expensive drugs — primarily, those that have been on the market a long time and still don't have any competition. What's next: The bill is close to finished, but leadership opted not to introduce it before the August recess, when pharma would have a month to attack it while lawmakers are back in their districts, Primus said.
Individuals with disabilities may contact Becky Richey at pubfile 10tv. All Rights Reserved. It is the policy of The Dispatch Broadcast Group to provide equal employment opportunity to all qualified individuals without regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, martial status, disability, military status, citizenship or any other legally-protected status in accordance with applicable local, state and federal law.
Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. More Videos
The swift spread of agitation propaganda and the creep of hyperpartisanship across social media isn't a bug, it is a feature. The videos were viewed millions of times. Giuliani the tweet was later deleted as well as dozens of supporters in the pro-Trump media.
Videos circulating on social media want you to believe Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi is slurring her speech or stuttering. But both videos are deceptively edited. Let's look at the first one.
Image via Getty. On Thursday, Motherboard wrote about new research out of Samsung's AI lab that makes it very easy to fake videos of people's faces, using as little as one source image as reference material. The machine learning tech brought the Mona Lisa, Fyodor Dostoevsky, and Salvador Dali to life, using just a few portraits.
Please make sure that you are posting in the form of a question. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Skip to main content.
It was taken from a Fox News report that contained one of several videos circulating portraying Pelosi in that light. They had been shared both by right-wing media outlets and widely on social media, including by Trump and his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani. But all the videos share one common feature: they are all fakes, carefully and selectively edited to make Pelosi look infirm or intoxicated.