Yahoo Meditation: Rain
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Yahoo Meditation: Rain
ZUMA Press, Inc. / AlamyWhen I booked my trip to the little town of Eau Claire, Wisconsin, I mostly thought of cheese curds. And beer. The state, fondly known as America’s Dairyland, is famous for these fantastic homegrown products (as well as copious amounts of grassy farmland). However, Eau Claire sets itself apart as an artist incubator with an innovative foodie scene, all set against the backdrop of a Hallmark movie.Eau Claire was a city I wasn’t expecting, especially considering the unevent
Grant Shapps calls for drivers to be "sensible" and only fill up when they need to.
John Martin/Public DomainIf the hand of God were to reach out and smite people, then it might look a lot like a meteor. Or at least if a meteor was to smite the earth, then people might think that it was the hand of God. This is the argument of a paper published this week in the prestigious science journal Nature. Studying the effects of a meteor that devastated part of Jordan valley some 3,600 years ago, the authors suggest that it was this cosmic event that gave rise to the Sodom and Gomorrah
Hurricane Sam was a Category 4 storm early Sunday, but forecasters said the system could fluctuate in strength over the next day or so as it churns far from land over the Atlantic Ocean. Sam was centered about 940 miles (1,510 kilometers) east-southeast of the northern Leeward Islands on Sunday morning, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. Forecasters said Sam had maximum sustained winds around 145 mph (230 kph).
Will Heath/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via GettyEven after 40 years, Mario still has a way of eliciting some of the more absurd hoopla in the gaming biz. Nintendo was back at it again this week when, in the midst of announcing the release of new titles, as well as dropping new trailers and retro offerings to their digital marketplace, the Japanese gaming company presented the cast of a brand new animated Mario movie hitting theaters next year. Much to the chagrin of Italian-Americans everywhere, Chris P
India women defeated Australia and ended their ODI winning streak at 26.
Angela Rayner has declined to apologise for calling the Conservatives "scum", saying she was using "street language" to convey her "anger and frustration" at the actions of the government. Speaking to Trevor Philips on Sunday on Sky News, Labour's deputy leader said the comments were made "post-watershed as we would say, with a group of activists at an event last night" at the party's annual conference in Brighton. "What I was trying to get across, and it is my passionate way in which I do it, is the anger and frustration that people feel when you have a prime minister, who has said things and not apologised that are racist, that are misogynistic, that are homophobic, that has given billions of pounds of taxpayers' money to their mates and literally wasted that money," Ms Rayner said.
The transport secretary has said "there's plenty of fuel" in the country as he urged motorists to only fill up "when they need to". Grant Shapps was speaking on Sky News' Trevor Phillips on Sunday programme as panicked motorists caused lengthy queues at petrol stations for a third day. A shortage of fuel tanker drivers has forced some retailers to shut their pumps and ration sales.
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Sources said that approximately six or seven new ministers are expected to be inducted into the expanded cabinet.
Most of us know by now that it's important to set money aside for retirement. In fact, the median retirement savings balance among workers today is a mere $93,000, according to a recent survey by Transamerica. One of the most wonderful things about Social Security is that it pays you a monthly benefit for life.
New Delhi [India], September 26 (ANI): Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik on Sunday chaired a virtual meeting in Delhi to review the preparedness of 'Cyclone Gulab' which is expected to hit the state by today evening.
In 2017, as Julian Assange began his fifth year holed up in Ecuador’s embassy in London, the CIA plotted to kidnap the WikiLeaks founder, spurring heated debate among Trump administration officials over the legality and practicality of such an operation.
A Virginia governor's race is a model for Republicans looking to win back suburban voters who flocked to Democrats during the Donald Trump presidency.
The Ukrainian collected Olympic heavyweight gold in England’s capital city nine years ago.
‘All that mattered was that we were united as women and as mothers who loved our children,’ said Alexandra Kenchington.
A near-default in 2011 had severe consequences: The stock market turned volatile, bond prices rose and the U.S. AAA credit rating was downgraded.
Straight from the heart: the lockdown-inspired love letter boomNot since pre-internet days has there been such a resurgence in romantic letter writing. Elle Hunt hears the stories behind the handwritten dispatches – and whether the senders lived happily ever after IRL A fine romance: more than two in five Britons wrote letters during lockdown. Photograph: A Dragan/Getty Images
Parents’ wealth affects how quickly adult children get back on their feetThe impact of losing a job is far greater and lasts longer for those from poorer families Workers with parents in the best-off fifth of the population experience around half the unemployment of those with parents in the poorest fifth, research shows. Photograph: Philip Toscano/PA
Jeff Bezos’s date with Boris Johnson didn’t prove all that taxingThe Amazon boss turned up late and then told the PM to get on with his job. As Jennifer Acuri points out, it’s tough in New York Illustration by David Foldvari. Illustration: David Foldvari/The Observer