Forte Biosciences, Inc. Announces Second Quarter 2020 Results and Provides General Business Update


TORRANCE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Forte Biosciences, Inc. ( (NASDAQ: FBRX), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company, today announced the second quarter 2020 financial results and provided a general business update.

“We are very happy to have concluded the reverse merger on June 15th and in that process, brought on a very well-respected group of investors, including Alger, BVF Partners, Franklin Templeton and OrbiMed to support Forte as we continue to grow the company. Our lead program, FB-401, developed in collaboration with the National Institute of Health (NIH) and the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), has shown

Joint Effort Safe Streets gathers local officials to discuss 2020 general election


With the general election just three months away, Mercer County officials gathered virtually to deliver remarks about the importance of the 2020 election.

The event on Aug. 8 was part of week of programming organized by Joint Effort Princeton Witherspoon-Jackson Safe Streets. Joint Effort Safe Streets organizes an annual summer program that celebrates the history of the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood in Princeton and Black families.

In addition to remarks, a Candidates Forum was also held for Princeton Council and Board of Education candidates seeking support for the upcoming election.

Joint Effort Safe Streets Program Coordinator John Bailey said the Zoom conversation

General Hospital Spoiler Video: Mike is Ready to Die, Ned Lashes Out


Cyrus receives a pointed warning.

In the General Hospital spoiler preview for the week of August 10 – 14, it’s all-new episodes and one explosive week as Curtis, who recently confronted Jordan about her strange behavior, puts Cyrus on notice that justice is about to be served, Brando denies accusations of messing with Jason’s motorcycle following his wreck after leaving his body shop, which saw Jason wind up unconscious on the side of the road and facing brain death in the hospital. Also, Ned reacts angrily to a smug Valentin, who was last seen celebrating over drinks with Ned’s daughter,

D.C. General is being torn down. New, small homeless shelters are opening. Is that better?


With the final phases of demolition this month, D.C. General — the old hospital and the notorious homeless shelter haunted by abuse, neglect and the lingering disappearance of a little girl named Relisha Rudd — is nearly gone.

Meanwhile, a couple of miles away, dozens of homeless families are checking out of the two tired hotels on a gritty stretch of New York Avenue NE that served as overflow shelters, where millions of tax dollars went to house and feed them in 323-square-foot rooms.

They are headed to brand new, smaller shelters with cool architecture or floor-to-ceiling windows. Some are