"Visitors to the nature center can be seen capturing the unusual spectacle."
"Ethics commissioner Mary Dawson said Trudeau may have violated the federal ethics code during his holiday with the Aga Khan…"
The short-story collection returned to the San Francisco Public Library on Friday was due in 1917, but its very name implies that it wasn't going to get returned on time. The book, by F. Hopkinton Smith, is called "Forty Minutes Late."
"The No. 1-ranked Huskies (15-0) visit SMU (10-6) at 3 p.m. today. A victory will be UConn's 91st in a row, the longest in history as the Huskies surpass their own record set in 2010."It’s on ESPN3, whatever that is.
(The time is EST.)
UConn Women's Hoops @UConnWBB 6m6 minutes ago
Longest win streak in NCAA basketball history ✅ (again)
"It goes like this: Instead of spending its precious reserves to defend the peso, Mexico should just buy Twitter Inc. -- at a cost of about $12 billion -- and immediately shut it down"
In less than five months, Peze, 35, built a multimillion-dollar business hawking mermaid blankets. Yes, mermaid blankets.…It was a fairy tail [sigh - Ed.] success story.""
"Donald Trump has been elected president, not by a plurality of American voters but by the Electoral College."
A modest note for the record here: Every U.S. president in history has been elected by the Electoral College.
E.J. Dionne Jr. of the Washington Post laments…
"The new standard for presidential statements must be: 'Mistrust and verify.’"
Sounds like the old Chicago News Bureau admonition to cub reporters: “If your mother says she loves you, check it out."
The first week I get my annual cold. The second week is Friday the 13th. The third week, Trump gets inaugurated. The fourth week…well, you’re beginning to see the trend here, aren’t you?
Meanwhile, The liberals have come to love the CIA; the Democrats are the hard-liners on Russia and he Republicans just want to get along—except John McCain, of course, who is now a liberal hero. And Lindsey Graham.
An outgoing president who’s dropped 12,000 bombs on Syria and another 12,000 on Iraq and scattered another couple thousand bombs over five other countries none of whom we are at war with all in the last year lectures on American values.
First we get warned about “fake news,” then we get “unsubstantiated reports.”