New bike trail
New bike trail
Despite public’s fear of unhoused people, many living on street fear violence against them as well, according to experts
"The comment I made was not about 'black media' or the 'black community.' I was specifically referring to black award shows in particular," the rocker wrote on Instagram
Global property prices in most major markets will rise over the next two years, albeit at a slightly slower pace than predicted three months ago as strong demand and tight supply overshadow higher interest rates, a Reuters poll found. Home prices across the developed world have defied analysts' expectations, as they predicted at the start of the year prices would register double-digit falls from COVID-19-era peaks. While price rises are expected to continue into next year and 2025, higher mortgage rates and the lack of supply of affordable homes will restrict prices from rising too much.
Tory MPs revolt in vote for amendment to victims and prisoners bill to establish compensatory body
This is where the New York Jets are at right now: Someone will start at quarterback Sunday against the Houston Texans. Well, unless they run the wildcat all game. You never know in what has become a brutally bad year on offense for the Jets (4-8), who have lost five in a row and appear headed to a 13th straight season without a playoff appearance. Trevor Siemian could get the nod Sunday with a full week working with the starters. Or maybe Zach Wilson will be back from the bench. Probably not Tim
City, state leaders join forces on where new Oklahoma County Jail should be
UTEP hired coach Scotty Walden away from Austin Peay on Monday, hoping the 34-year-old Texan's return to his home state can revive the Miners' moribund program. Walden led Austin Peay to the FCS team's first undefeated conference record this season with a 9-3 overall record and a 6-0 mark in the United Athletic Conference. The Governors were No. 10 in the NCAA's FCS coaches poll but lost to Chattanooga 24-21 in the first round of the FCS playoffs.
A prominent disinformation scholar who left Harvard University in August has accused the school of muzzling her speech and stifling — then dismantling — her research team as it launched a deep dive in late 2021 into a trove of Facebook files she considers the most important documents in internet history. The actions impacting Joan Donovan's work coincided with a $500 million donation to Harvard by a foundation run by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan. In a whistleblowe
STORY: Shares of Hawaiian Airlines parent company - Hawaiian Holdings - nearly tripled on Monday...after Alaska Air agreed to buy the rival airline for $1.9 billion, including debt.The deal comes after Hawaiian shares had lost more than half their value this year due to the impact of the Maui wildfires, high fuel costs, and jet engine recall issues for some of its planes.Alaska and Hawaiian said on Sunday that the deal will expand their networks and offer more choices to passengers.One analyst told Reuters the deal will enable Alaska to grow in the lucrative Asia Pacific market, while Hawaiian customers can travel non-stop to the U.S. mainland, with minimal further investment. However, regulatory resistance to the merger is a possibility.The U.S. Justice Department filed a lawsuit in March to stop JetBlue from buying Spirit Airlines, saying the planned merger "would put travel out of reach for many cost-conscious travelers".Shares of Alaska Air ended down more than 14% at Monday's close.
California regulators say a San Francisco robotaxi service owned by General Motors covered up an accident involving one of its driverless cars, raising the specter they may add a fine to the recent suspension of its California license. The potential penalty facing GM's Cruise service could be around $1.5 million, based on documents filed late last week by the California Public Utilities Commission. The notice orders Cruise to appear at a Feb. 6 evidentiary hearing to determine whether the robota
British retail sales growth remained sluggish in November despite Black Friday deals, as the ongoing cost-of-living squeeze prompted shoppers to rein in spending on non-essential items, the British Retail Consortium said on Tuesday. The BRC data is not adjusted for inflation, so November's sales growth represents a fall in the volume of goods purchased. "The cost-of-living crisis has taken its toll on Christmas spending for many households, and the continued economic conditions are testing consumer resilience," said Paul Martin, UK head of retail at accountants KPMG, who sponsor the data.
Lila Moss stunned at The Fashion Awards 2023 in a metallic sheer dress that was a Kate Moss signature - see photos
LSU QB Jayden Daniels, Ohio State WR Marvin Harrison Jr., Oregon QB Bo Nix and Washington QB Michael Penix Jr. were named Heisman finalists for 2023.
UTICA, N.Y. — Blayre Turnbull scored the game's first three goals as Toronto beat Boston 5-3 on Monday to open the Professional Women's Hockey League's pre-season scrimmages. Sarah Nurse and Maggie Connors also scored for Toronto. Sophie Shirley scored in regulation for Boston, while Jessica Digirolamo scored in overtime. Boston then won a five-round shootout 3-2. The PWHL scrimmages include an overtime and a shootout regardless of the final score at the end of regulation. Minnesota defeated Ott
It’s beginning to look and sound like Christmas in Lakeland’s Munn Park. The park is the heart of downtown. Its holiday display brings it to life every winter, but Bernie Brandt noticed something was missing in the center of it. "There is so much opportunity to have stuff in that space that's not being used," Brandt said. The removal of a Confederate soldier monument in 2019 has left a vacant area in the middle of the park. Brandt believes a Christmas tree would be the perfect addition this time of year.
Zack Snyder knew he was going to be the butt of a “Barbie” joke well before the blockbuster comedy opened in theaters from Warner Bros. In a new interview with Men’s Health, the “Rebel Moon” director revealed Warner Bros.’ film co-chief Michael DeLuca informed his wife and producer partner Deborah Snyder earlier this year about …
Global carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels are set to hit a record high this year, exacerbating climate change and fuelling more destructive extreme weather, scientists said. The Global Carbon Budget report, published on Tuesday during the COP28 climate summit, said that overall CO2 emissions, which reached a record high last year, have plateaued in 2023 due to a slight drop from uses of land like deforestation. Countries are expected to emit a total 36.8 billion metric tons of CO2 from fossil fuels in 2023, a 1.1% increase from last year, the report by scientists from more than 90 institutions including the University of Exeter concluded.
The world this year pumped 1.1% more heat-trapping carbon dioxide into the air than last year because of increased pollution from China and India, a team of scientists reported. Instead, carbon pollution keeps rising, with 36.8 billion metric tons poured into the air in 2023, twice the annual amount of 40 years ago, according to Global Carbon Project, a group of international scientists who produce the gold standard of emissions counting.
LSU's Jayden Daniels, Oregon's Bo Nix, Washington's Michael Penix Jr., transfer quarterbacks who have all played at least five college seasons, and Ohio State receiver Marvin Harrison were announced as the Heisman Trophy finalists on Monday night. The Heisman has been given to the nation's most outstanding college football player since 1935.
The UK's Internet regulator has set out draft guidance for how porn sites will need to meet a newly introduced hard legal requirement to prevent children accessing adult content. The watchdog intends this kind of bared flesh to be safety tucked away behind the child-safe age gates it wants to see greeting UK users on the landing pages of adult websites in the future. Today's guidance from Ofcom, the regulator tasked with enforcing the country's new Internet rulebook, puts some meat on the bones of what it will mean in practice when the British system for age-gating porn is up and running in the coming years.