Mysterious ‘untouched’ In-N-Out burger found lying on Queens street

This isn’t a nothingburger. A New York man found a pristine In-N-Out double double sitting untouched on a Queens block — and told The Post on Sunday that he’s in “shock” over the case of mystery meat. “It genuinely shook me to my core,” Lincoln Boehm, 31, said about coming across a perfectly wrapped burger...
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J.C. Penney quarterly loss narrows, shares rise
J.C. Penney Co Inc on Friday reported a smaller quarterly loss, as the embattled retailer benefited from lower marketing expenses and an increase in store and online selling margins, sending its shares up 10%.
Khabib Nurmagomedov says he doesn't like inflicting pain on opponents unless he's fighting Conor McGregor
Photo by Harry How/Getty Images Khabib Nurmagomedov talks to his opponents during fights and pleads for them to give up for their own safety, he said. The Russian wrestler, unbeaten in 28 bouts, told RT Sport he does his out of mercy because he does not want to inflict unnecessary pain on other fighters. He did, however, say there was one fighter he did enjoy punishing — Conor McGregor. "I beat that guy with pleasure, I'll tell you," he said. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Khabib Nurmagomedov has said it doesn't actually give him satisfaction to cause so much pain to his opponents, unless, of course, he happens to be fighting Conor McGregor. Nurmagomedov, the UFC lightweight champion, has barely been tested in 28 professional fights, winning all 28 in mostly dominant fashion.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 5 things about the NFL that football fans may not knowSee Also:A Conor McGregor 'lookalike' has opened a restaurant in Slovakia dedicated to the fighter, and the Irishman respondedJorge Masvidal will be in for a rude awakening if he manages to coax Canelo Alvarez into a lucrative crossover boxing matchRaheem Sterling has been dropped from England's next match after he grabbed a teammate 'by the throat' during a behind-the-scenes clash
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Quevos are the best keto chips I've found
I've lost weight with keto—the only thing that's worked for me—but face two ongoing problems. First, I get bored of eating fat and leaves. Second, keto clones of normal snacks tend to be weird, mealy or downright unpleasant to taste. Quevos [Amazon link] are the first keto chips I can just sit and eat and eat and eat until I realize I've gone though three packets. My toddler steals them, too, so it's not just the carb-starved incentives of a keto dieter making me like them. They're made from egg whites, and come in two flavors: Sour Cream and Onion and Quevos Rancheros. There's 120 or 140 calories a bag and 2 or 3 net carbs (full nutritional info is at the website). There are other non-keto flavors (salt and pepper, sweet barbecue and cheddar) with 10 or 11 carbs a bag. They work, I think, because they're honest to what they are, which is baked egg chips, and aren't trying too hard to taste like potato chips. They flavors are unusual as well, suggesting a lot of experimentation. What is "Rancheros" flavor, exactly? The taste of tests. They're not perfect. The mouthfeel is dry and dusty, and you're getting a full load of sodium. The Quevos are small, probably because they're brittle and would arrive in fragments were they any larger. The latter point is a reviewer in search of a quibble, perhaps, so I'd like to stress that these are the first keto snacks I've tried that didn't taste like "keto snacks" and a must-try for people managing carbs. Read the rest
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Volkswagen to invest 60 billion euros in e-mobility, digital tech by 2024
Volkswagen will invest 60 billion euros ($66.12 billion) until 2024 to develop electromobility and digital technologies, the multi-brand car and truckmaking group said on Friday.
Watch the highlights from Seoul’s leading startup event
South Korea and its capital Seoul are best known for cutting-edge tech giants like Samsung and LG, but now there’s a big push to put its startups in the spotlight. One way the country is doing this is through events, specifically Start-Up Seoul: Tech-Rise 2019 — Seoul city government’s flagship event. TNW flew to Seoul to attend the buzzing conference where over 40,000 attendees, 300 startups, and a 100 investors from all over the world got together to share ideas and experiences. Watch the video at the top of the page to get feeling for the vibe of the conference,… This story continues at The Next Web
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Human-like monkeys, jumping bunnies, and teeth-baring lions all feature in this year's most striking nature photos
Tom Svensson / NPOTY 2019 A photo of strikingly human-like chimpanzees is among the most stunning images from this year's Nature Photographer of the Year competition. The annual competition is presented by Dutch organization Nature Talks, and highlights the beauty of the natural world and the importance of conservation. Judges received more than 14,000 entries this year. The overall winner was Csaba Daróczi of Hungary, who snapped a picture of a pair of rabbits. Entries for next year's competition open December 1. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.  Most of us have heard how similar to humans chimpanzees can act — but it's another thing to see it. A photo of chimps reaching out to the camera for help has been judged as one of the most striking nature photos of the year, according to the Nature Photographer of the Year 2019 competition. Presented by Dutch organization Nature Talks, the competition showcases the beauty of the natural world and the importance of conservation. Seven judges sifted through about 14,000 images (a new record for the competition) from photographers in 73 different countries to award prizes across 11 categories.  The Nature Photographer of the Year prize went to Csaba Daróczi of Hungary, who snapped a perfectly-timed (and illuminated) shot of a pair of rabbits leaping high into the air. "This photo is proof of the fact that you don't have to get extremely rare or extraordinary species in front of your camera to be able to create a great nature photo," said Keith Wilson, chair of the jury. "If you have a vision and a creative mind you can create a great shot close to home." Here are a few of the best shots from the competition.Nature Photographer of the Year and Black and White category winner: 'Jump' by Csaba Daroczi Csaba Daroczi / NPOTY 2019 Youth category winner: 'Symphony no 5' by Giacomo Redaelli Giacomo Redaelli / NPOTY 2019 Black and White category runner up: 'Exchange wild' by Alain Ernoult Alain Ernoult / NPOTY 2019 See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:I lived at the top of the second-tallest apartment building in the world for less than $1,400 a month, and I felt like royalty11 slang words from the last decade that we loveA model didn't realize she was pregnant until she was giving birth, but 'cryptic pregnancies' happen more often than you might think
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Alibaba gets strong demand for $13.4 billion Hong Kong listing: sources
Alibaba's order books for its $13.4 billion Hong Kong share sale have already been covered "multiple times," sources with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday, as the ecommerce group kicked off its campaign for the secondary listing in the city gripped by protests.
Disquieting footage of distant howling
This footage of mysterious, distant howling is going viral, with Internet Experts In Everything assuring all that it's definitely not wolves, bears or the other usual suspects. Stargell Blackstar: "me, my wife and grandson went grouse hunting about 45km from Sioux Lookout Ontario, Canada when we heard these screams, it lasted for around 5 minutes but we only got 3:05 minutes of video and we have 2:15 minutes of it here. happened on October 3, 2019 at 6:50pm CST." Clearly a Yautja. Read the rest
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Ex-U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch Testifies in Trump’s House Impeachment Inquiry: Live Updates
Yovanovitch testified that a Ukrainian official told her “I really needed to watch my back”
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California school shooting witness describes seeing "a body fall"
"I'm going to have to live with that sight in my head," said Micah Turner, who saw suspected gunman Nathaniel Berhow shoot another student
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The Dogs at the Park Scare My Sweet Little Pup
She loves to run around, but she’s terrified when approached.
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Former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine to testify in Day 2 of public hearings
Day 2 of the public hearings in the House impeachment inquiry begin Friday with the testimony of former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. President Trump removed her in May and two months later, speaking to Ukraine's president, he described her as "bad news" and warned she was "going to go through some things." Nancy Cordes reports on what to expect at the hearing.
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Temperature whiplash as cold returns to Northeast, coastal storm brings heavy rain
It’s a temperature whiplash, from record cold this week, to mild weather today, then back into the freezer tomorrow as millions experience a temperature roller-coaster,
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French tourist dies trying to take selfie at Thai waterfall
A French tourist has died after falling from a waterfall in Thailand while attempting to take a selfie.
Manchester City’s Cas appeal over FFP dismissed as ‘inadmissible’
• City had appealed against Uefa FFP investigation• Cas ruling means Uefa’s case against City will continueManchester City’s appeal to the court of arbitration for sport against a Uefa financial fair play investigation has been dismissed, the tribunal’s general secretary, Matthieu Reeb, said on Friday.“Cas ruled that the appeal filed by Manchester City football club is inadmissible,” Reeb said. Continue reading...
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CA school shooting witness describes seeing "a body fall"
The Southern California high school where a student shot five people and himself Thursday, has conducted lockdown drills in the past. But many of the students at Saugus High School said they never thought they would have to put their training to use. Jonathan Vigliotti reports.
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Canada refuses visas to over a dozen African AI researchers
Visa hassles made another AI conference move to Ethiopia, rather than deal with Canadian officials.
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Donald Trump Jr's new book may only be the No. 1 New York Times bestseller because of bulk orders linked to the Republican Party
Willy Kurniawan/Reuters Donald Trump Jr's book "Triggered" topped the New York Times bestseller list, but a small dagger symbol next to the listing raised suspicions that it may be top of the pile because of bulk orders. The dagger symbol— (†)— is used to indicate when a title is linked to: "Institutional, special interest, group or bulk purchases," according to the New York Times.  A tweet posted on November 5 shows an email from Trump Jr. in which signed copies of "Triggered" were offered by the Republican National Committee to anyone making a donation of $50 or more. US President Donald Trump expressed his pride in his son's bestseller status in a tweet on Thursday,  but was previously criticized for using his platform to promote the book. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.  Donald Trump Jr's new book "Triggered: How the Left Thrives on Hate and Wants to Silence US" is No.1 on the New York Times bestseller list, but it may be down to bulk buying linked to the Republican party.  Referred to in short as "Triggered," the book came out last week and is marketed as part memoir of Trump Jr's life, part "exposé " on the "tricks that the left uses to smear conservatives and pus hem out of the public square," according to the book's Amazon listing. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Extremists turned a frog meme into a hate symbol, but Hong Kong protesters revived it as an emblem of hopeSee Also:Erdogan reportedly played Trump an iPad video in the Oval Office to turn him against the Kurds, but the plan fell flatTurkey's president gave Trump back a wild, threatening letter warning him against being 'a fool' and 'the devil' in SyriaThe EPA is reportedly planning to restrict the science experts can use to draw up rules to protect public health
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Nashville animal science teacher charged after school’s emu dies
Animal control said four alpacas in the care of Jessica Lumpkins, an animal sciences teacher at McGavock High School, had died there previously.
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Judge Denies La Liga's Request to Play Villarreal vs. Atletico Madrid in Miami
A Madrid judge has declined La Liga's request to have Villarreal's home match with Atletico Madrid played in Miami...
Claire Williams: ‘It has been a brutal year for everybody at Williams’
The deputy principal of the team created by her father has endured a hugely challenging year but will not give upFor two seasons now Claire Williams, the deputy principal of the team created by her father, has endured a series of punishing and public failures. As she weathers this storm and attempts to restore Williams to a respectable midfield position, there is an almost confrontational air to her determination. This lady, the only female principal in Formula One, is not for turning. Related: F1 aims to set benchmark for sporting world with pledge to go carbon neutral Continue reading...
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Google’s new feature will correct your pronunciation
If you’re a Harry Potter fan, you might know how to properly say “Leviosa.” But many muggles don’t know how to pronounce that, and other difficult words. No worries. Google’s new feature will help you pronounce tricky words just directly from the search results. All you have to do is type “How do you pronounce” followed by the words you want help with. Google will show you how to pronounce the word with audio. You can even use your phone’s mic to practice the word. Google says it divides these words into individual soundbites to help you understand its utterance.… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Google
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This pension scheme has 8m members – and ethical savers do best
The publicly owned Nest has thrived thanks to investments such as its £1.1bn ‘climate aware’ fundIt’s often said that paying into a workplace pension is a no-brainer, and maybe here’s the proof: early investors into Britain’s biggest auto-enrolment scheme have tripled their money in seven years. And those who chose the ethical fund have made the best returns.Figures provided exclusively to Guardian Money by Nest (National Employment Savings Trust) – which boasts 8.5 million members – are good news for those putting aside money for their future. Continue reading...
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The Trump Impeachment Public Hearings Updates
The former ambassador to Ukraine will testify publicly about the smear campaign by Rudolph Giuliani that led to her ouster as Democrats continue to build their case for impeaching President Trump.
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The Morning After: Consumer Reports recommends the Model 3 again
Hey, good morning! You look fabulous. Once you're done watching episode two of The Mandalorian, you can catch up with all of Microsoft's news from X019, as well as an update on next-gen texting for Android phones. In car news, details about Ford's M...
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Anne Applebaum Joins The Atlantic as Staff Writer
Anne Applebaum, The Washington Post columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning author, is joining The Atlantic as a staff writer. Applebaum will write on national politics and foreign policy, with a particular focus on Europe, for both The Atlantic’s site and the magazine. She begins with The Atlantic in January, and joins as the publication continues to expand its reporting and readership.Announcing Applebaum’s hire, editor in chief Jeffrey Goldberg wrote: “Anne is one of the great talents of our age; she is one of the world’s leading experts on, among other things, pre- and post-Communist Europe; disinformation and propaganda; and the future of democracy. The addition of her writing to The Atlantic will strengthen us enormously.”Applebaum wrote a 2018 feature for The Atlantic, “Europe: A Warning,” that anchored its special issue on democracy and was named a finalist for the National Magazine Award. She is currently at work on a book-length version expanding on that piece of reporting.Applebaum comes to The Atlantic after spending 17 years as a columnist at The Washington Post, and throughout those years authored four books covering European history and geopolitics, including “Gulag: A History,” which was awarded the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for nonfiction. Two of her books, “Red Famine: Stalin’s War on Ukraine,” and “Iron Curtain: The Crushing of Eastern Europe,” were nominated for the National Book Award, and she is the recipient of the 2013 Cundill History Prize and the 2018 Lionel Gelber Prize.She is also Professor of Practice at the London School of Economics, where she runs ARENA, a research project on disinformation and propaganda, and is a senior fellow at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins. Earlier in her career at The Post, Applebaum served on its editorial board. She is a former deputy editor of the Spectator magazine and a former Warsaw correspondent of The Economist.On Tuesday The Atlantic launched a new look and product experience—most striking through a new logo and visual identity; a complete redesign of the print magazine, beginning with the December issue; and an iOS app that offers a more curated, visual, and personal way to navigate The Atlantic’s journalism. These changes arrive two months after The Atlantic launched a digital subscription service, beginning a new era for The Atlantic and for its readers. Media Contact:Anna Bross |
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PayPal has mysteriously cut its services from Pornhub
Shutterstock PayPal on Wednesday cut off its payment services from Pornhub. Until Wednesday performers could upload paid content which could be accessed via PayPal's payment system. PayPal said a recent review had revealed Pornhub had been making "certain business payments" through PayPal without seeking its permission. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. PayPal has cut off Pornhub from using its payment services. Athough Pornhub is primarily a free porn site, a section of its site allows models (called the Model Program) to upload and monetize content using PayPal as a payment system. PayPal on Wednesday rescinded its services for reasons that are not entirely clear. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 8 weird robots NASA wants to send to spaceSee Also:You can have two Venmo accounts, even if they're using the same bank account — here's how to set it upHow to print a shipping label on eBay, to send out items you've sold by mail or another shipment serviceHow to send money on PayPal using the mobile app or websiteSEE ALSO: Australia’s government is floating an idea to scan internet users' faces before they can watch porn online
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Maurkice Pouncey Says Myles Garrett 'Absolutely' Should Be Suspended for Season
Pittsburgh Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey does not believe Cleveland Browns defensive lineman Myles Garrett should play another down this season following his actions during an on-field brawl Thursday night...
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The Backstory: 'I've had it with 'victims.' Why we won't stop reporting on sexual abuse
In this edition: How USA TODAY reports on sexual abuse and why it's so important to stand up for victims.       
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REI's Gear Up Get Out Sale Is Back to Steal Black Friday's Thunder
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Shia LaBeouf said he's 'deeply dissatisfied in life' when he's not on-set
Willy Sanjuan / Invision / AP Shia LaBeouf delved into his off-set troubles during an interview with Kristen Stewart on "Variety Studio: Actors on Actors." LaBeouf explained that his "most intimate moments" have happened on-set, but that he was also "deeply dissatisfied" with his life beyond his career. "[Acting] feels like the conduit for love to me," he explained. "I hold it that sacred." LaBeouf has dealt with his fair share of off-screen controversy in the past, having been arrested multiple times — a source of trouble that "Honey Boy" director Alma Har'el puts down to the actor's PTSD diagnosis. Watch the interview below. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. During an appearance on "Variety Studio: Actors on Actors" with Kristen Stewart, Shia LaBeouf talked about his "dissatisfaction" with his life off-set.  "The most intimate moments of my whole life happened on-set," LaBeouf told Stewart. "I don't know if there's anything more intimate than creating something with somebody. I think I'm deeply dissatisfied in life."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A podiatrist explains heel spurs, the medical condition Trump said earned him a medical deferment from VietnamSee Also:Every movie remake and sequel this year so far, ranked by criticsA former royal bodyguard shared the challenges that come with protecting the royal familyOne of the twins who took turns playing Ross and Rachel's baby on 'Friends' says the cast treated them like 'little princesses' and even bought them Christmas presents
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World's first vagina museum to open in London
Muff Busters exhibition begins in Camden in hope of tackling myths on ‘taboo’ body partsIn a bright indoor space in Camden’s Stables Market, a giant tampon is flanked by two giant menstrual cups. Illustrations of female genitalia are dotted around the walls and some underwear is in a glass case.This is the world’s first vagina museum dedicated to gynaecological anatomy, which opens this weekend in north-west London. Continue reading...
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One woman's mission for equality in the oil and gas industry
To help bridge gender gaps in the energy sector, Kenyan Ogutu Okudo founded Women in Energy & Extractives (WEX Africa).
Billionaire investment guru Ray Dalio warns of a looming 'capital war' between the US and China
Eoin Noonan/Web Summit/Getty Images Ray Dalio is warning that the current trade war between the US and China could spiral into a capital war.  "There is a trade war, there is a technology war, there is a geopolitical war, and there could be a capital war," Dalio said on Thursday. "How that is approached is going to determine our futures." US lawmakers have pushed to stem the flow of funds going from the US to China. View Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Ray Dalio is warning that the current trade war between the US and China could spiral into a capital war.  "There is a trade war, there is a technology war, there is a geopolitical war, and there could be a capital war," Dalio said on Thursday, adding "How that is approached is going to determine our futures."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A big-money investor in juggernauts like Facebook and Netflix breaks down the '3rd wave' firms that are leading the next round of tech disruptionSee Also:Smartphones are getting weird again, and it could be a sign that the industry is on the brink of another huge changeHere's everyone who's running for president in 2020, and who has quit the raceChaos, crazy ideas, and cashing in: Trump and WeWork's Adam Neumann have these 5 things in common
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Is the war on robocalls destroying American democracy?
The level of robocalling has reached saturation. Many ignore any number they do not recognize. But that very action may hurt us more than it helps.      
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Adriana Cohen: Trump impeachment inquiry is Democratic election meddling and a one-sided charade
While Democrats pretend to care about stopping foreign interference into our elections to preserve the integrity of our democracy, they conveniently turn a blind eye to their own election meddling.
The Divers’ Game by Jesse Ball review – a parable of violence
Ball’s dystopian world in which citizens are allowed to kill refugees with impunity is a critique on our past and presentThe US author Jesse Ball’s novel is a haunting and deeply felt parable about duty, morality and violence. In its three interlinked sections, continuous narrative and character development are less important than the creation of an intensely felt allegorical universe, which is as compressed and compelling as a folk tale.The world has suffered a cataclysm. The animal population has collapsed and conflict has intensified, culminating in a “final, enormous war”. Huge numbers of refugees have resulted. Society has been transformed into what the narrator of the first part describes as “a kind of modern-day Sparta”: a brutally stratified culture. Incomers are marked, through a facial brand and later the removal of a thumb, and legally defined as non-persons. They are corralled into walled areas outside each city, called quadrants. These people become known as “quads” or, in a piece of cruel humour, “niners”. Citizens – or “pats” – are armed with lethal gas, which they can use with impunity against the quads. But their own lives are also rigidly ranked. Continue reading...
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Anna Jones’ winter salad recipes | The Modern Cook
Two substantial winter salads: roast pumpkin with honeyed breadcumbs and a traybake with winter roots at its heartFor me, it’s OK to eat a salad in winter if it has carbs in it. Namely, bread: torn craggy pieces or golden crumbs with soft, roast winter roots and herbs. Today’s recipes are a great way to make the most of any stale or leftover bread, and are halfway between a salad and a traybake – equally good eaten piping hot from the oven or at room temperature a little later. Winter means carbs in my house – even in a salad. Continue reading...
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Hinds on Kilmory beach, Rum, by Murdo MacLeod
This week in our series of exclusive Guardian print sales, we have an image of red deer on a beach on Rum, by the photographer Murdo MacLeodThe isle of Rum, in the Inner Hebrides, has been monitoring its red deer population since 1972 – and Kilmory beach, an unspoilt stretch of white sand on Rum’s northern coastline, with breathtaking views of the Skye Cuillins, is at the heart of this long-term study. The Guardian photographer Murdo MacLeod spent a few days with the project workers last summer. In this wild, rugged part of Scotland, red deer outnumber people by about 30 to one: the research project has become one of the longest and most complete scientific studies of a wild population of animals anywhere in the world. Continue reading...
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Predicting the 2019-20 MLB Offseason's Biggest Blockbuster Trades
The 2019-20 Major League Baseball offseason isn't all about where Gerrit Cole, Anthony Rendon and Stephen Strasburg will sign. There will be big happenings on the trade market too...
Chess: Magnus Carlsen to meet top teens in pursuit of record unbeaten run
The world No 1 can reach 111 classical games without losing at the fifth round of Tata Steel Wijk aan Zee in JanuaryMagnus Carlsen, the world champion, will face five opponents aged 21 or younger when he bids for a record eighth victory at Tata Steel Wijk aan Zee in January. The traditional Dutch tournament at the small windswept North Sea town is by general consensus the best all-play-all annual event on the chess calendar and the invited entry for its 2020 version is bold and imaginative.Fabiano Caruana, the world No 2, and Wesley So, who crushed Carlsen 13.5-2.5 at random chess earlier this month, are in the field, but many dedicated fans will be watching Alireza Firouzja, who at 16 is receiving rave reviews comparing the Iranian teen to the legendary attacking genius Mikhail Tal. Jeffery Xiong, 19, the No 1 US junior, also has a breakthrough opportunity. Continue reading...
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I don’t approve of my daughter’s girlfriend. Should I ban her from my house?
She’s manipulative, flouts my house rules and has my daughter at her beck and call. Should I tell my daughter how I feel and risk damaging our relationship?My 19-year-old daughter recently started her first serious relationship. She and her girlfriend are very intense and are together as much as possible. Initially, I liked her, but I’ve since seen another side to her. She’s manipulative, flouts my house rules, claims to have health issues and has my daughter running around after her. My daughter is very protective of her, blind to her behaviour and argues with me if I raise the broken house rules. I don’t want her girlfriend in my house but I’m worried that if I tell my daughter how I feel, and how dysfunctional her relationship is, I’ll alienate her.• When leaving a message on this page, please be sensitive to the fact that you are responding to a real person in the grip of a real-life dilemma, who wrote to Private Lives asking for help, and may well view your comments here. Please consider especially how your words or the tone of your message could be perceived by someone in this situation, and be aware that comments that appear to be disruptive or disrespectful to the individual concerned will be removed. Continue reading...
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Dear Prudence Podcast: Help! I Hate Big Parties. Why Am I Envious That My Partner Threw One for Their Best Friend?
I’m not one to make a fuss about my birthday, but I’m feeling let down.
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B/R Experts Answer Biggest CFB Questions for Week 12
The finish line of the 2019 college football season is within sight, but title contenders and Group of Five New Year's Six hopefuls need to clear some serious Week 12 hurdles . Per usual, there's another colossal showdown in the SEC...
2020 NBA Draft: Top 3 Prospects at Every Position
The 2020 NBA draft will offer teams both star-caliber talent and variety, as there is a potential top-five pick at every position. The guard positions are especially strong this year...
The Most Memorable Moments of Mike Trout, Cody Bellinger's 2019 MVP Seasons
Mike Trout and Cody Bellinger have been named the Most Valuable Players for the American and National Leagues, respectively, in 2019...
Alien Hunters Need the Far Side of the Moon to Stay Quiet
The far side is normally protected from all the radio noise emanating from Earth, but SETI researchers worry that new visitors will gunk it up.