Going back in history, the population of many big U.S. cities decreased during the mid-20th century, including a swift exodus in the 1970s, Smith said. New York City's population also fell between 1950 and 1980. Cities would later rebound in the 1990s, which was around the same time violent crime plunged in the U.S, he added. … [Read more...] about New York, San Francisco may not rebound after pandemic exodus, other factors: column
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Its total infections are third in the world, behind the United States and Brazil. The three countries account for half of the world's 20 million cases. The true numbers around the world are thought to be much higher because of factors including low testing and the possibility the virus can be spread by people who don't have symptoms. … [Read more...] about Asia Today: India adds 53,000 new cases, Melbourne steadies
NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 18: Ghislaine Maxwell attends VIP Evening of Conversation for Women's Brain Health Initiative, Moderated by Tina Brown at Spring Studios on October 18, 2016 in New York City. (Photo by Sylvain Gaboury/Patrick McMullan via Getty Images) … [Read more...] about ‘Critical new information’ found in Ghislaine Maxwell case, lawyers claim
In airline news: Alaska Air launched a very good BOGO sale worth a look - but you must book by midnight tonight (Monday)! United Airlines has restarted service from San Francisco International to Tahiti, the U.K. and Mexico; British Airways expects to come back to San Jose this fall; revived SFO routes are coming from Lufthansa, Swiss and Fiji Airways; Hawaii’s Sept. 1 date for reopening the islands to visitors now seems uncertain. Plus much more in our weekly roundup. Read: Routes: Alaska Sale, New Tahiti, London flights plus Hawaii uncertainty, no-mask-no-fly rules + more … [Read more...] about Fare sale, new Tahiti flights, desperate hotels + more travel news
To understand this let’s start with the basic ingredients needed to form a thunderstorm. First we need warm surface air temperatures that are at least in the 60s but hopefully in the 70s or higher. The warm air will help provide instability in the atmosphere, allowing clouds to grow big and tall. That is a pretty easy box to check in Colorado. Daily temperatures in excess of 60 degrees occur on most days between late April and the middle of October. … [Read more...] about Weather School With Chris Spears: Why Does Colorado Have So Many Thunderstorms?