When the topic came up during Martha MacCallum’s conversation with Coons, the Fox News anchor pointed out that what is already known about the firing “lines up with what is supposedly on this recording” and that Yovanovitch “was not supportive of the president.” … [Read more...] about ‘Can I Talk Now?’: Things Get Tense When Martha MacCallum Presses Sen. Chris Coons On Ambassador Firing
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Other men and women said they don’t use Instagram Stories for a variety of reasons. Those who haven’t found it to be a major issue say they’ve been open and honest about their usage patterns with partners or they’re in a relationship with someone who also isn’t a heavy user. … [Read more...] about The New Dating Requirement: Consuming All of Your Partner’s #Content
Walker Canyon in Lake Elsinore also saw a record bloom last year. Poppy-covered hillsides prompted drivers to stop and abandon their cars along an Interstate 15 exit, causing road closures and so much traffic the city had to set up a shuttle system to handle the crowds. Even then, the area was at capacity and closed down on several days in spring, prompting the city to turn to social media to ask people to stay away. … [Read more...] about Will Southern California see a wildflower superbloom in 2020?
“We wanted to provide proper perspective throughout,” he explained. “We took pride in panoramic reporting, really speaking to everybody from every angle, exhausting all resources that we had… We tried to really put that in the context of what led Aaron Hernandez to make some of the decisions he made across his life… I think it’s an open question in terms of just how much Aaron’s compartmentalization of his life really weighed on him over the years.” … [Read more...] about Aaron Hernandez Netflix documentary explores his sexuality, final days: ‘Everything came together as a perfect storm’
The next morning, I see that my door has been open all night because the lock is broken. Outside is a damp, grey vista: wet concrete, an abandoned swimming pool, the sound of thundering traffic, a few brave trees soldiering on. Still, I’m excited to make porridge in my $14 Sunbeam kettle from Target. Inside is a black hotplate you can make toast on. Or heat water or beans or porridge. It’s genius. I get very excited by the idea of self-sufficiency. I mix oats and linseed and let it bubble for ten minutes. It’s pretty disgusting, but at least it’s hot. I eat it, wandering around by the front of the Village Inn, wondering if I should have gone to the Yellow Top Smokery Barbeque with a sign saying “Breakfast. Dollar Menu. Trucker Special. Be Happy.” There’s a green Art Nouveau-style lamp by the derelict swimming pool. It’s a replica of one of Hector Guimard’s 1920s réverbères for the Paris Metro. … [Read more...] about My Road Trip in Search of America’s Best Orgasm