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    Source: The Dodo Losing a pet is many people’s greatest fear. They are members of the family, but unlike our human family members, they can’t call us on a phone to tell us where they ended up. Luckily, there are many kind people who will do whatever they can to find a lost animal’s home and bring the animal to safety. If you’re in need of some heartwarming content, watch this video of a hiker who rescued a cat when it was negative twenty degrees outside! Every November, Max and his friends raise money for Men’s Health Initiative month. The initiative that he chose this past year was a 60-kilometer hike. Around the 10th kilometer, he heard a small cry nearby. It turned out to be a kitten in a tree that Max decided to temporarily call “Kilometer 10.” Temperatures were below freezing, so Max took the cat, resolute...
    Chris Paul reacts to criticism of NBAs plans for All-Star Game Amazing Animal Rescues You Won’t Believe Stock futures little changed as Wall Street looks to extend winning streak U.S. stock futures were little changed on Monday evening as Wall Street looked to extend its February hot streak. © Provided by CNBC Traders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange Futures contracts tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 15 points, or less than%. Those for the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq 100 hovered near the flat line. Load Error The move in futures comes after the three major indexes set another round of record highs on Monday. The Dow and S&P 500 have now advanced for six straight sessions, while the Nasdaq Composite has finished in the green on five of those six days. The Russell 2000 led the way on Monday, jumping...
    Camila Alves McConaughey and Matthew McConaughey have a bigger family thanks to two new dogs! The couple adopted another dog two days after welcoming a rescue puppy to their home in January. Alves McConaughey shared the news on Instagram. “If you thought…what was I thinking with a 4 month old puppy…well how about with another one that’s 2 months old!! ????,” she shared with fans. “Yep, got work cut out for me in the next months!” she added. “3 kids, 2 older dogs , 2 pups, 1 cat and my mother in law????.”   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Camila Alves McConaughey (@camilamcconaughey) The puppy came from the Humane Society, she gave the organization a shoutout in the caption, “”Again, THANK YOU @humanesociety for helping this little guy find his home!! I mean… come on…found on the streets and with this little face he...
    Just like any other animal, birds face so many manmade threats in addition to natural ones such as being rejected, injured, or affected by the elements. It’s been found that methane gas from landfills burns birds. They also killed by climate change and flying into tall glass buildings. Many birds also become victims of the cruel and inhumane exotic pet trade. Fortunately, there are some pretty amazing people that are willing to do whatever they can to save these adorable, often misunderstood animals. Here are a few amazing stories about people who found birds in need and saved their lives: 1.  Firefighters Save Barn Owl During California Wildfires Source: CBS Los Angeles/YouTube As the climate crisis worsens, so does the wildfire season in California. During the Silverado Fire of 2020, firefighters found a barn owl that was at risk of being burned by the flames. They saved the owl...
    Food and gardening just naturally go hand-in-hand. We need healthy, hopefully, delicious food to eat since all of us Green Monsters are out there looking for plant-based nourishment. One of the easiest solutions to this (for both our budget and our health) is to simply grow our own however possible for ultimate sustainable food production. The problem here is that many of us have no experience with growing our own food, so we have no idea on earth about how to go about doing it. Luckily, that can change in 750 words or less – at least with two foods. Today we are going to learn to grow two of the world’s most notable spices, known as much for medicinal qualities as for instantly recognizable flavors: garlic and ginger. Like producing your own pineapples or mushrooms, growing your own garlic and ginger only requires normal planting pots and soil, the typical...
    Little Rock almost had to take a shot in the dark to try to beat Louisiana on Friday night, thanks to an arena ops malfunction. The teams suddenly found themselves competing on a darkened, red-tinged court as the final play was unfolding in the closing seconds of the second half. Officials allowed the game to continue even though there was a serious visual disruption. The regular lights came back on quickly, but at that point the rhythm of the play had been thrown off. Little Rock threw a prayer toward the rim just before the final horn, and the shot fell short. The Trojans lost 66-64. “The light went out with about seven seconds on the clock and everyone froze,” Little Rock coach Darrell Walker told reporters (per Arkansas Online). Walker said that officials wouldn’t say why play was allowed to continue. “There was no explanation on the floor, just that the game was...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Colin Morgan, 35; Eden Riegel, 40; Morris Chestnut, 52; Frank Langella, 83. Happy Birthday: Lighten up, and refuse to let the little things get to you. Happiness is about living in the moment and recognizing what you have. Embrace life with an open heart. Use your intellect to improve your life and the world around you. Put your energy to good use, not toward bickering about things you cannot change. Your numbers are 2, 12, 21, 25, 33, 38, 41. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Make your debut. Start the year off with gusto. Tunnel vision, coupled with muscle and discipline, will get you headed in the right direction. A change to the way you live will prompt closer ties to someone you love. 5 stars TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Don’t be sucked into something that doesn’t offer concrete results. It’s lovely to dream, but realism...
    According to Gothamist, a vegan Italian deli has opened in Little Italy. Galioto’s is a new venture from Nicole Galioto and Nima Garos, owners of plant-based Mexican restaurant Jajaja.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Galioto’s (@galiotosdelicatessen) Galioto’s Family Delicatessen is named for Nicole and NIma’s dad. “My dad was not the most healthy eater,” Nicole told Gothamist. “Which is one of the reasons why we wanted to give the community a more health-conscious option for grabbing a bite or getting some groceries.”   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Galioto’s (@galiotosdelicatessen) Galioto’s Family Delicatessen is located at 131 Mulberry Street, NY, NY 10013. There are deli sandwiches, including Eggplant, Portobello and Meatball Parm– all vegan! The deli also sells pantry items including olives, canned beans and olive oils. There’s also a variety of pasta...
    For many, the holidays are a wonderful time of year, full of great food, reunited family, old friends, and lots and lots of presents. Unfortunately, these days, many of the familiar festivities around the holidays were not necessarily conceived with taking care of the planet in mind. To put it bluntly, our celebrations sometimes unleash a whole new version of ecological disaster across the planet. Luckily, we have the potential to both celebrate and keep an eye on the footprint we are making when doing so. Parties can still be filled with decorations and delicious delights. Families can still get together, exchange gifts, and rekindle forgotten arguments. Friends can still raise a toast to each other, to the new year, and to all things grand. All of that and more can happen, but with some reasonable consciousness, it can also happen without misusing resources and piling up trash. For...
    White House coronavirus task force member Dr. Anthony Fauci told "Bill Hemmer Reports" Tuesday that he was "doing great" after receiving the first of two doses of Moderna's coronavirus vaccine.  "I don't have any discomfort in any part of my body, not even in my arms ..." Fauci, 79, told substitute host John Roberts. "I mean, I'm right now feeling great, but might change a little bit later. I wouldn't be surprised if I got a little ache and felt a little down. But right now, I actually feel perfect." Even as more Americans receive the vaccine in the coming days and weeks, the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases told Roberts that "nothing should really change right now with regard to the public health measures that hopefully we have all already been doing." "The universal wearing of masks; physical distancing; avoid[ing] congregate settings, particularly indoors; washing hands -- until we...
    Gingerbread is a classic holiday flavor. You can make so many different treats that feature the cozy flavor from classic gingerbread men to more unique recipes like gingerbread crisp The spiciness and sweetness go so well together and are perfect for cold winter nights. If you love gingerbread, you have to check out these vegan gingerbread recipes! They’re delicious! We also highly recommend downloading the Food Monster App  — with over 15,000 delicious recipes it is the largest plant-based recipe resource to help you get healthy!  1. Caramel Gingerbread Thumbprint Cookies Source: Caramel Gingerbread Thumbprint Cookies Baking doesn’t get any easier than these no-bake Caramel Gingerbread Thumbprint Cookies by Kat Condon! With no baking required, these cookies are a gluten-free & vegan holiday treat that are perfect for gift giving! 2. Gingerbread Sticky Buns Source: Gingerbread Sticky Buns Combine two amazing classic flavors of gingerbread and...
    The holidays, other than being great for food, are a wonderful time for decorations and meaningful symbols, whether it’s a full-on light display outside, a menorah on the table, or any other assortment of candles to be lit, extinguished, and simply enjoyed for candle’s sake. It’s a time for festivities across religions, or lack thereof, and there is just something about fixing the place up with seasonal garb that brings us all closer together, makes home feel a smidge warmer, and gets everyone excited. That, however, does not mean that we have to run out and buy a bunch of junk that gets tossed into the garbage come January. In fact, isn’t there much more to be said for natural decorations? A fake tree might be more convenient, cheaper, even safer, but it’ll never live up to the joy and memories (that smell!) a real tree gives, and in the end,...
    A few years ago, Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand (WFFT) was contacted by a rescue unit in Chumphon Province about a baby dusky langur who had been found by the team. The infant langur was orphaned after his mother had been attacked by a pack of feral dogs and, tragically, she did not survive. The little langur was left completely alone, unable to go on. The WFFT Rescue Team set out right away to get to the orphaned animal and take him into their care. Now, the baby has a new name, Kanoon, and he keeps fighting for his life at the rescue’s hospital. The rescuers were shocked to find the tiny langur with his many bite wounds, which he had sustained during the attack. The team estimated that the infant was just around one week old – as his umbilical cord was still attached. The baby was quickly...
    Oranges are a Christmas tradition. Sometimes they come in the form of a clementine or a tangerine, but however they materialize, oranges are a very common stocking stuffer on Christmas morning. Many believe that the orange symbolizes gold (a story involving St. Nicholas’s version of dowry), and in the US, it was a common stuffer during the Great Depression when families couldn’t afford gifts. Whatever the origins of oranges at Christmas may be, nowadays oranges are much more present during the holiday season than a once-off stocking stuffer. Come December, bags and boxes of “Cuties” (seedless mandarins) festoon the produce section, and in many homes, they are a wintertime constant in the fruit basket. This is largely and practically because oranges begin to ripen in November (at least in the Northern hemisphere). With that in mind, it makes sense that we make the most of this seasonal fruit during...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Peter Facinelli, 47; Garcelle Beauvais, 54; Tina Turner, 81; Rich Little, 82. Actor Peter Facinelli a (Vince Bucci/Getty Images)  Happy Birthday: A selective approach to the information offered to you this year will be critical. Stay focused on what’s simple, feasible and within your budget. Refuse to let anyone railroad you into something that will take away from your interests. Put a diligent health regimen in place. Fitness, diet and a positive lifestyle will build courage and strength of character. Your numbers are 4, 17, 23, 31, 36, 40, 43.  ARIES (March 21-April 19): Pay closer attention to contracts, money matters and partnerships. Be aggressive when it comes to the vocal contributions you make, but don’t let anger or frustration take over. Remaining calm and offering sound suggestions will help you get ahead. 3 stars  TAURUS (April 20-May 20): You are overdue for a change....
    Apple cider vinegar, cooly referred to as ACV, is beyond wonderful. Not only is it a flavorful addition to recipes, the likes of beans, salads and sauces, but it has medicinal qualities so respected that some folks simply ingest it by the spoonful to make sure not to miss a daily dose. And, that’s not even getting into the household uses and hacks that ACV can make a reality. It’s good stuff. It’s powerful stuff. It’s something we should all have in the cabinet. However, like many products in the modern market, sometimes store-bought apple cider vinegars come with artificial flavoring and/or chemicals. The majority of them have been pasteurized, which destroys much of the goodness we are after. To put it simply, the super boosting benefits from apple cider vinegar comes from the raw, organic stuff. But the more economic, environmentally friendly, and healthier choose — as is...
    (CNN)Sasha DiGiulian is used to proving people wrong. She has done so throughout her life. The 28-year-old took the rock climbing world by storm at an early age and has grown into one of the sport's most famous faces -- traveling the world and completing over 30 first female ascents. But, despite the records and countless achievements, it hasn't been easy. Throughout the American's intrepid career, DiGiulian has met resistance, forcing her to change the narrative of what a professional climber is "supposed to look like.""Climbing as a sport, traditionally, is a White male's club and I've experienced that in my career. I know that we lack diversity in many ways," she tells CNN Sport. Read More"As a woman, success in my career was often reattributed to climbing something with a male being present, or doing something and that achievement being negated by my weight, my circumstance, or people making...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Shenae Grimes, 31; Eliza Taylor, 31; BD Wong, 60; Kevin Kline, 73. Kevin Kline (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for Tony Awards Productions)  Happy Birthday: Look at the pros and cons of every situation you face this year. Refuse to let your emotions lead the way when stability and preparation are your best courses of action. Too much or too little will bring you down. Balance, integrity and creativity will encourage better relationships, positive experiences and a future built on trust, hard work and cooperation. Your numbers are 4, 12, 20, 24, 32, 41, 46. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Put your energy where it counts. Do something to help your community or contribute to a cause that motivates you to make a difference. Draw on an experience that will help you utilize your knowledge and skills to improve your relationships and surroundings. 4 stars  TAURUS...
    No pension. No 401(k). How to get by on Social Security BMW E92 M3 - Full Photo Gallery Do you know these lucrative Social Security secrets? Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/6 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This Is How Often You Should Change Your Toothbrush, Dentists Say Seeing as it's the first thing you do in the morning and the last thing you do at night, you tend to brush your teeth when you're at your sleepiest. So we don't blame you for not noticing that those toothbrush bristles are looking a little scraggly and perhaps even a little more yellow than they were when you first opened up the package weeks ago. But the truth is, if you're going too long without replacing your toothbrush, you could ultimately be putting your health...
    By JOE McDONALD, AP Business Writer BEIJING (AP) — Chinese leaders hope Washington will tone down conflicts over trade, technology and security if Joe Biden wins the Nov. 3 presidential election. But any shift is likely to be in style, not substance, as frustration with Beijing increases across the American political spectrum. Both Republican and Democratic lawmakers and their constituents seem disinclined to adopt a softer approach toward China, possibly presaging more strife ahead, regardless of the election's outcome. U.S.-Chinese relations have plunged to their lowest level in decades amid an array of conflicts over the coronavirus pandemic, technology, trade, security and spying. Despite discord on so many other fronts, both parties are critical of Beijing's trade record and stance toward Hong Kong, Taiwan and religious and ethnic minorities in Tibet and Xinjiang, where the ruling Communist Party has detained Muslims in political re-education camps. The American public is equally...
    BEIJING – Chinese leaders hope Washington will tone down conflicts over trade, technology and security if Joe Biden wins the Nov. 3 presidential election. But any shift is likely to be in style, not substance, as frustration with Beijing increases across the American political spectrum. Both Republican and Democratic lawmakers and their constituents seem disinclined to adopt a softer approach toward China, possibly presaging more strife ahead, regardless of the election's outcome. U.S.-Chinese relations have plunged to their lowest level in decades amid an array of conflicts over the coronavirus pandemic, technology, trade, security and spying. Despite discord on so many other fronts, both parties are critical of Beijing's trade record and stance toward Hong Kong, Taiwan and religious and ethnic minorities in Tibet and Xinjiang, where the ruling Communist Party has detained Muslims in political re-education camps. The American public is equally negative. Two-thirds of people surveyed...
    Chris Watts' mistress has applied to change her name, nearly two years after she came forward to confess she was having an affair with Watts when he was arrested for the murder of his pregnant wife and two daughters, DailyMail.com has learned. Nichol Kessinger, 32, applied earlier this month for a name change in Jefferson County, Colorado. A hearing has been set for Thursday. Kessinger has not been seen publicly or heard from in two years. She was last seen on police surveillance tape in August 2018 when she voluntarily came forward to police to admit she had been having an affair with the father-of-two.  The pair met at work and quickly fell in love, with Watts sneaking around to spend romantic weekends with Kessinger and taking sultry bikini photos of her.    Watts strangled his pregnant wife Shanann, 34, killing her and their unborn son Nico in their bed at...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. long-term mortgage rates changed little this week, flattening in recent weeks following a year-long decline amid economic anxiety in the recession set off by the coronavirus pandemic. Home loan rates have remained at historically low levels. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac reported Thursday that the average rate on the 30-year loan eased to 2.87% from 2.88% last week. By contrast, the rate averaged 3.57% a year ago. The average rate on the 15-year fixed-rate mortgage ticked up to 2.37% from 2.36%. The low borrowing rates have bolstered demand by prospective homebuyers, who on the other hand have been constrained by the scarcity of available homes for sale. In the latest sign of the flagging economic recovery and continued elevated level of job cuts, the government reported Thursday that the number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell slightly last week to a still-high 840,000. AP NEWSTop Stories Video...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. long-term mortgage rates changed little this week, flattening in recent weeks following a year-long decline amid economic anxiety in the recession set off by the coronavirus pandemic. Home loan rates have remained at historically low levels. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac reported Thursday that the average rate on the 30-year loan eased to 2.87% from 2.88% last week. By contrast, the rate averaged 3.57% a year ago. The average rate on the 15-year fixed-rate mortgage ticked up to 2.37% from 2.36%. The low borrowing rates have bolstered demand by prospective homebuyers, who on the other hand have been constrained by the scarcity of available homes for sale. In the latest sign of the flagging economic recovery and continued elevated level of job cuts, the government reported Thursday that the number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell slightly last week to a still-high 840,000. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press....
    Local chefs are getting ready to embrace the bounty of fall produce coming out of Colorado's farms and greenhouses. "Now is the time for fall, and we are finishing up the summer stuff," says chef Steve Redzikowski of Oak at Fourteenth and Corrida in Boulder. "Right now it's that change period, where we are in the lull before it starts popping with onions and varieties of potatoes that, when you taste these, they aren't the usual potato, they are insane, with a thin skin and creamy texture." Excitement like Redzikowski's isn't unusual when it comes to really good produce — not that chefs can predict exactly what will arrive when. After all, there's no exact formula for when certain things will ripen, which makes planning an autumn menu both fun and a little stressful. Weather can change things quickly, too, and Colorado is known for some wacky and extreme temperature changes....
    Thomas Jefferson High alumni were looking to be heard loud and clear outside of the school during a rally to change the way students are admitted. Courtesy Makya Little A woman speaks during a rally to change the way students are admitted to Thomas Jefferson High. Courtesy Makya Little Thomas Jefferson High alumni speak outside of the school during a rally to change the way students are admitted. Courtesy Makya Little Groups gather with signs outside of Thomas Jefferson High during a rally to change the way students are admitted. Courtesy Makya Little Groups gather with signs outside of Thomas Jefferson High during a rally to change the way students are admitted. Courtesy Makya Little (1/5) Share This Gallery: Share on Facebook. Share on Twitter. Share via email. Print. Thomas Jefferson High alumni were looking to be heard loud and...
    Night Owls, a themed open thread, appears at Daily Kos seven days a week Arthur C. Brooks at The Atlantic writes—What to Do When the Future Feels Hopeless. Humans like to feel optimistic about and in control of where their life is headed. The pandemic has made it very hard to feel that way: [...] Because of the pandemic, the future feels difficult and uncertain, and few of us have much control over it, beyond doing our best to keep ourselves and those around us safe. [...]  Gallup survey data show that pessimism about the future of the pandemic in the U.S. is rising. This is infecting our general outlook: “I wake up every day with nothing to look forward to,” a friend recently confessed to me. “I feel like staying in bed.” We make light of pessimism, even creating amusing pessimistic characters, such as Eeyore and Charlie Brown. But in real life,...
    COVID-19 has greatly increased internet usage around the world. It now has the dual purpose of keeping parents and kids connected for both work and school through video conferencing. Further, families are now regular users of a growing array of streaming providers like Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, Prime Video, Peacock and HBOMax. A 50% reduction in video file size is a big deal for humanity’s collective knowledge in our new digital economy. And size reduction of video files is just one win associated with switching. The new H.266/VVC codec – the program that prepares video for streaming over internet – presents a massive change that will result in video load times becoming shorter, video resolution becoming greater and internet providers having more bandwidth available. Most importantly, cost for data usage will decrease, which will help to reduce disparities of access to digital content for a global consumer. The...
    (CNN)One by one, the leaders of the protest movement in Belarus are being taken out of circulation. One of them is reportedly in prison after apparently being detained early Wednesday. Several others have been unceremoniously dumped at the country's borders and are now in exile.Exactly a month after a hotly disputed election, Belarus' long-time leader, President Alexander Lukashenko, is trying to "disrupt the opposition's ability to sustain large-scale protests by arresting or expelling all organizers," according to the Institute for the Study of War in Washington, DC. These three women stood up to Europes longest-serving dictator. Heres what happened to themAfter the vote in August, election officials declared a landslide victory for Lukashenko, ushering in his sixth consecutive term. But opposition activists documented widespread irregularities, and street protests erupted. They've been continuing ever since, especially at weekends, despite heavy-handed action by police.The international community looks on in anger -- but...
    The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air drama reboot lands two-season order at Peacock Nikola’s stock rockets after GM takes $2 billion equity stake, announces partnership ESPN won’t use Hank Williams Jr.’s Monday Night Fooball intro this year, switching to Little Richard’s “Rip It Up” instead For the second time in the last decade, ESPN is shifting away from Hank Williams Jr.’s “All My Rowdy Friends Are Here on Monday Night” as their Monday Night Football introduction. But this time, it’s about a lack of fans in stadiums rather than anything Williams Jr. himself said. In 2011, ESPN and Williams Jr. parted ways after he compared President Obama to Adolf Hitler, but they brought him and his theme song back in 2017. As John Ourand wrote at Sports Business Journal Tuesday, though, this year will see a change to a new version of Little Richard’s “Rip It Up,” with the rationale for the...
    On August 31, a woman originally from Proserpine, Queensland, Australia, won a millionaire lottery prize equal to $ 3.5 million, which has come to change his life, especially because of the way in which he decided to give him his award. The lucky winner won the juicy prize in the Set For Life drawing. At first, she thought it was all a joke; However, little by little he was processing that from that moment on, the least he had to worry about would be money. The woman chose to receive about $ 15,000 a month from September of this year until 2040. When asked how this would change his day to day, the first thing he clarified is that he will continue working, Although you may choose to choose a shorter work shift, you want to spend that time volunteering to help those most in...
    REUTERS/Leah MillisPresident Donald TrumpWith apologies in advance for obsessing on the presidential race, I saw last night the first poll to come across my desk since the completion of the Republican convention, and it suggests not much change occurred in the state of the race. The poll was by Ipsos, for ABC news, and it basically showed that after four nights of prime time efforts, an unethical and unprecedented use of the White House as a partisan prop and a staggering number of lies, half-truths and distortions, the race stands about where it was before. According to ABC/Ipsos, 31 percent of the country had a favorable view of the president, actually down one point from a poll taken a week earlier. Article continues after advertisement The same pollsters, who also sampled the week before and in the aftermath of the Democratic convention, had found that Joe Biden’s favorability had risen from...
    DENVER (CBS4) – The forecast for the week ahead contains some good news and bad news for our drought-stricken state. Let’s start with the good because we need a glimmer of hope when it comes to the weather. There is still potential for a slight cooling trend to arrive in Colorado later this week with temperatures closer to normal for the upcoming weekend. In Denver that means a high in the mid to upper 80s. We should also see a slightly better chance for afternoon showers and thunderstorms starting Thursday. But until the cooler air gets here we have several more days with record-level heat, little to no rain and a lot of smoke from area wildfires. Much of the state remains under an air quality alert for high levels of wildfire smoke. In addition to the smoke other pollutants are present along the I-25 urban corridor including ozone....
    JACQUELINE Jossa has hit out at 'insecure' celebs who edit Instagram photos on holiday. The 27-year-old is staying in a luxury villa with husband Dan Osborne and their family, including Dan's brother Ryan. 5 Yet, Jacqueline took time out of her breakaway to discuss the difference using an editing app can have on a photo and asked her followers to not compare themselves to "flawless" posts online. Speaking on her Instagram Stories today, she began: "I wanted you guys to know and see how easy it is and how much you can't really tell and that everybody does it. "So you know when you looking at people thinking, 'they look flawless and absolutely amazing', the majority they don't". The former EastEnders actress then shared a video of her using the app and how the slightest edit changed her entire face. 5She asked her followers to not compare themselves to 'flawless' posts onlineCredit:...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Tropical Depression 13 is chugging to the west across the central Atlantic with little change in strength. At 5 a.m. Thursday, the center of the system was about 905 miles east of the northern Leeward Islands. The depression is moving toward the west-northwest near 21 mph and this motion is expected to continue for the next few days. On the forecast track, the depression is expected to move near or north of the northern Leeward Islands by late Friday and near or north of the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico on Saturday. Maximum sustained winds are near 35 mph with higher gusts. Gradual strengthening is forecast, and the depression is expected to become a tropical storm by late Thursday. Download The New CBS4 News App Here A tropical storm watch is in effect for Saba and St. Eustatius. Tropical storm conditions are possible...
    Keeping track of the number of people who are homeless in Los Angeles is an exercise in uncertainty. Not only do the numbers change from year to year, presumably reflecting real shifts in the homeless population, but, once published, they can change months or years later — based not on actual changes in the population, but on changes in how it’s calculated. So although the original number might hang around on the internet — especially in news articles — revised numbers pop up in contradiction. Beware the casual searcher! In the latest change, the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority, which conducts the annual count, has reduced the number it published for the city of Los Angeles last year by 615, giving a new total of 35,550. Although the change does not affect the countywide totals reported to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, it highlights an...
    Supreme Court lifts lower court order that would have required more Covid-related safety measures in California jail 5 Beloved Fast Food Chains That May Go Bankrupt Next Tiger Woods contemplates a putter change on the eve of first major Any time Tiger Woods considers changing putters it is big news, but it is next level when he’s flirting with benching his trusty Scotty Cameron Newport 2 GSS gamer, the one he’s used for 14 of his 15 major titles, the week of a major championship. Even U.S. Ryder Cup captain Steve Stricker, who played a practice round with Woods on Wednesday at TPC Harding Park, was interested in this latest development. © Provided by Golfweek PGA: PGA Championship - Practice Round “I asked him about the putter switch. It’s basically the same putter with a little bit more flexibility in the putter. He’s able to change the weights around...
    Debate: Does America Have a Mass Incarceration Problem? | Opinion 5 CDC Safety Guidelines That Way Too Many Restaurants Are Ignoring The Fast And Easy Way To Put Floodlights Anywhere Ad Microsoft If Poor Posture Is Causing You Back Pain, Try This Simple Fix Ad Microsoft How to protect your Social Security from Congressional action Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/23 SLIDES © ALBERTO GHIZZI PANIZZA / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY - Getty Images When most people think about bugs, they think pests. Those obnoxious ants, those pesky mosquitos, stinkbugs who live up to their name, termites who...
    A MUM has shared her handy hack for storing a change of baby clothes in your nappy bag - and fellow parents have called it a ‘game changer’.  Tik Tok user Emily Norris uploaded a video showing how she folds up an entire outfit making it easier to find, adding any parent will know you always need a spare change of clothes.  6A mum has shared her hack for folding baby clothes for all the new mums out there In her tutorial, she says: “Today’s hack is for any new mums out there.  “This is something that I used to do when we had a baby just to make the clothes in my changing bag a little bit more compact.  “Of course you need a change of clothes, for all the poonamis and sick and stuff.” She gets out a full outfit of a babygrow, trousers and socks, and shows...
    ONE simple act could save this little girl's life. Little Shahera Khan has a fault with her immune system that means her body can't produce enough white blood cells. 3Adorable Shahera Khan is in need of a stem cell transplant and her family are appealing for donors to come forwardCredit: Anthony Nolan It means the toddler is susceptible to infections, meaning a seemingly innocuous bug could kill her. Shahera's life is very different to those of other tot's her age. She can't go to nursery, make friends or really interact with too many other kids, for fear of picking up infections. While she loves to play with her big brother, Amaan, five, she has to take daily medication and has blood transfusions each week. If she picks up a common cold or cough, it can leave her in hospital for days while her tiny body fights the bacteria or...
    Will Hoge, “Tiny Little Movies” (Thirty Tigers/Edlo) An entire album of angry political anthems could be exhausting, like the daily headlines. So Tennessee rocker Will Hoge probably is wise to keep his temper in check for much of his new 11-song set, “Tiny Little Movies.” But Hoge twice allows himself to rant at the state of the nation, which results in the album’s most interesting music, and compelling soundtrack material for the progressive political movement. “The Overthrow” references only one proper name — “Darth Vader with a spray tan” — but it’s a none-too-subtle foot-stomper in search of an audience eager for a change in leadership. “Con Man Blues” strikes a similar chord in a different key and rocks even harder as Hoge channels punk fury, the target of his ire again unmistakable. Sustaining that level of passion would be a lot to ask, and instead much of the...
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