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I needed to curl up with a good nook. And not just any nook. I was after a comfortable place to read at home, with gentle light, proper padding and a place to rest my tired wheels. Maybe some coffee nearby, and Brahms, played at a whisper. Basically, what I wanted was a reading womb. I had tried
More than 550,000 people are homeless in the United States today, and 25 percent of them are in California. Sen. Dianne Feinstein says it’s a national crisis.
As the final season gets underway, the loose ends are piling up. We run the odds on the biggest burning questions, from who Arya will kill to whether Brienne and Tormund will make ‘giant warrior babies’ Season eight of Game of Thrones has more than a few smouldering questions it needs to answer in its six bumper-length episodes. And as it’s the final season, no character is safe. Who will live, who will die – all bets are off. Which invariably means all bets are on. It’s not all about total...
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A 19-month-old girl, Brittan Blum, went viral blowing kisses to other passengers on her Southwest flight last weekend.
A dog belonging to a British man in Côte-d’Or has been rescued by a team of volunteers after being trapped in a tunnel for six days, despite the official rescue having been called off.
Reader wasn’t the host, so friend asking to move the location wasn’t rude.
NYC’s Catholic Church officially opens low-income housing in the Bronx, built on church property and overseen by Catholic Charities
A puzzle to solve during happy hour.
On his way home from practice in Salt Lake City on Sunday, Utah Jazz star Donovan Mitchell stopped to assist a woman in distress following a car accident.
A new study found that cookbook information is often incorrect when it comes to safe food handling.
Positive earnings surprises - when profits beat consensus analyst estimates - can have a huge impact on a company's share price. These surprises show that management can both manage and exceed expectations, not to mention "beats" often lead to share-price gains as investors realize Wall Street might be underappreciating these overachievers.
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Cut-away shots are found in practically any video production. Any time you see a video scene refocus on a tighter part of the scene, the producer is making good use of a cut-away.
Wirecard's US-listed shares had a wild trading day on Tuesday.
This renovation makes way for an integrated kitchen and study area, a bedroom and a flexible living room.
Sprouting up in what used to be horizontal farmland, this is wrong on so many levels.
People with incurable melanomas and brain or breast cancers are to receive injections of genetically modified viruses that may shrink their tumours
Tesla's 'Autonomy Day' may have been a strategy to distract investors from the company's underlying demand and margin pressures, according to a Goldman Sachs research analyst.
Upon returning to his workbench each morning, the retried electrician would find it all tidied up