The Women’s March on Washington, which took place today, was in hot water earlier this week when they chose to exclude pro-life partners from their event. Initially, they had partnered with New Wave Feminists, but ended the partnership when liberals complained about their pro-life views. Show More Summary
As 2017 revs up, the Cult of Mac Store is humming right along, bringing in great new deals on gear and gadgets. This week, we’ve got a brand new set of water resistant earbuds, a lifetime of premium cloud storage, a game controller that merges with your iPhone, and two years of powerful VPN protection. […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens)
Big day in the USA today! I dressed in all my finery and still couldn't score an invitation to any Inauguration Day events! Maybe in four years. Have a great weekend! User's Guide - if you are new to this summary: each of the items here is a Tweet...
If you feel like your career needs a jolt, maybe a switch to the energy sector is what you're looking for. This week, as part of our affiliate relationship with Indeed, we're looking at openings in companies that handle everything from major dams to nuclear research. These gigs combine......
A disturbing video depicting a frightened German Shepherd being forced into rushing waters surfaced earlier this week. [ more › ]
It started in waves, but to many inside the White House, it felt like a flood. For weeks, inboxes have been inundated with goodbyes, thank yous, and new email addresses. Toasts were raised nightly at nearby watering holes, and teary sendoffs were made across the 18-acre complex. The first aides to President Obama began departing…
Miss Belgium 2017 is in some SERIOUSLY hot water! Last week, a 19-year-old model named Romanie Schotte was crowned Miss Belgium. Unfortunately, her happy coronation was quickly tainted with scandal after she was called out for being racist on social media. EEK! Related: Mini-Taylor Swift Xia Vigor's Mom Claps Back At Piers Morgan In a now deleted post [...]
If you’re a parent and you remember the final weeks of pregnancy, you know that at a certain point, you’re on the baby’s schedule. Would it be nice if your water didn’t break, say, at work in full view of 33 coworkers? Or that you don’t get the call from your significant other that it’s time! during overtime of Game 7 of the Stanley Cup? Sure. Show More Summary
Before a tsunami comes ashore, water recedes back into the ocean to feed the coming wave. If Japanese consumers are shoreline water, then they are pulling back as all console sales have dropped a significant amount from last week, many having dropped to less than half what they sold last week. Show More Summary
A Compassionate Fire Department Award is on its way from PETA to the Denver Fire Department (DFD), which has had a busy two weeks: On both January 7 and... The post Denver Firefighters Lauded for Saving Dogs From Icy Waters appeared first on PETA.
This is NOT okay. With just about a week until A Dog's Purpose's theatrical release, new footage has surfaced that is sure to keep animal lovers from seeing the film. TMZ obtained footage from the flick's production in November 2015, which shows one of the pups being forced into terrifyingly turbulent water to film a scene in [...]
Water, and more precisely uneven, unstable and unsecure access to it, is one of the largest global risks. Now and in the future. This has been emphasized on several occasions, at the latest just this week at the World Economic Forum's annual summit in Davos. Show More Summary
The message to the government of Baja California during the past week was strong and decisive: kill the new water law. Today, Governor Francisco Vega bowed to the broad-based protest FULL STORY The post Baja governor bows to water law protest appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Four miles of Highway 37 between Atherton Avenue and Highway 101 had been closed since Jan. 10 as marshes lining the roadway spilled their banks and sent water washing over the road in the midst of last week’s storms that dumped days of rain across the Bay Area. [...]Show More Summary
A note from Josh: Note: One of the better lists in terms of quality in a long time (although relative). And, lots of internships! Also, on quasi-vacation starting tomorrow, so might be a slow week next week, but will do my best (FYI). The list as a PDF:Download 17 January...
Archeologists believe that an ancient Buddha statue discovered by villagers in China’s Jiangxi Province is about 600 years old, dating back to the Ming Dynasty, state news agency Xinhua reported last week. The top of the statue was spotted last month when villagers noticed a Buddha’s head sticking out of the Hongmen Reservoir. Show More Summary
It's been pouring in rain-starved California for the past few weeks, so is the Golden State's drought finally over? The downer answer: Asking if California's water woes are behind us because it rained is a bit like asking if climateShow More Summary
A body discovered floating in the Port of Los Angeles on Saturday morning is thought to be the man who was swept away by swift-moving water earlier this week in the Dominguez Channel in Gardena, authorities said. The body was found at 9:10 a.m. in the Leeward Bay Marina in Wilmington, according...
It's Friday the 13th so be careful out there. The OSU Hydrophiles are convening their 7th Annual Pacific Northwest Water Resources Symposium on 6-7 March 2017. Abstracts are due 15 January. These conferences are always very good, and get larger each year. More information is here. See you there! ...
Syrian government workers entered a formerly rebel-held area near Damascus on Friday to begin restoring water to the capital after weeks of shortages, state media reported. A local governor said a deal had been reached for the army to...Show More Summary