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Colorful Patterns of Stained Glass Nestle Within Repurposed Sea Defense Timber

Based in the coastal town of Shoreham-by-Sea, England, artist Louise Durham creates towering wooden sculptures of reclaimed sea defense timber and vibrant stained glass. She embeds stripes and circles in a full spectrum of color within the totem-style works,

Every fantasy and sci-fi TV series Netflix is releasing in 2022 - CNET

From Resident Evil to the fourth season of Stranger Things, the streaming service unveils its slate of upcoming sci-fi and fantasy TV shows.

Instagram CEO to testify before Congress for the first time - CNET

The social network has faced allegations that it worsens mental health issues for young people.

Google Doodle goes neo-impressionist to celebrate artist Georges Seurat's 162nd birthday - CNET

For his masterpiece A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, the French painter created a new technique that used dots of colors to form an image when viewed from a distance.

How to make holidays any time, any place

Carve out time in an AirBnb somewhere with its odd miscellany of cookware

Manchin gets his reward from Republicans for fighting against Biden agenda

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters on Tuesday just how much he values Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin. “He’s in a really challenging position and a party that is dominated by sort of East Coast elitism views of what America shoul

'No words can express what we put these people through': 18 wrongful convictions and counting

A Black carpenter wrongfully convicted in six murders is suing the city of Philadelphia after being acquitted of two murders and exonerated of four. «Chris Williams is the only person in the US to be exonerated of 6 murder convictions aft

Professor at public university rants about feminism, suggests women shouldn't go to medical school

A political science professor at Boise State University recently went viral in the worst possible way: He made comments about women in the workforce that feel straight out of a 1950s conservative handbook, as covered by The Daily Beast. The professor in

Kanchelskis calls in police, FIFA after ‘leg break threats’ over $1.8MN pay-off

Ex-Man United and Russia footballer Andrei Kanchelskis is seeking criminal action over threats that reportedly involved breaking his legs because of a pay-off, admitting feeling «fear» but insisting he will not be intimidated. Read Full Article a

Former Trump ‘fixer’ to auction prison badge as NFT

A former lawyer for ex-President Donald Trump, Michael Cohen, has taken his first step into the fast-evolving world of ‘non-fungible tokens’ (NFTs), partnering with an art dealer to sell a digital version of his prison ID badge. Read Full Article at

Musk takes dig at new Twitter CEO with Stalin comparison

Tesla CEO Elon Musk mocked Jack Dorsey’s replacement as Twitter CEO with a photo referencing Joseph Stalin’s purges – comparing new CEO Parag Agrawal to the Soviet leader and Dorsey to one of his victims. Read Full Article at

Kanchelskis calls in police, FIFA after ‘leg break’ threats’ over $1.8MN pay-off

Ex-Man United and Russia footballer Andrei Kanchelskis is seeking criminal action over threats that reportedly involved breaking his legs because of a pay-off, admitting feeling «fear» but insisting he will not be intimidated. Read Full Article a

Tate Frazier after Purdue's dominant victory vs. Florida State: 'That's a title team' | Titus & Tate

Mark Titus and Tate Frazier believe that the Purdue Boilermakers can win the National Championship this season after their dominant victory over the Florida State Seminoles. They discuss how smoothly Jaden Ivey moves across the floor, how good Zach Edey is fo

Xavier Musketeers start the game with SIX three-pointers made, jump out to huge lead early

The Xavier Musketeers grab a huge lead early in the first half, going 6-for-7 from the 3-point line to start the game.

Americans cannot criticize the ‘greatest nation’ of human rights & democracy, says NBA star

An outspoken NBA star has changed his last name to 'Freedom' after claiming US citizenship and told Americans that they should «stop criticizing» their country, winning praise from former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Read Full Article at

Athletics eyeing Las Vegas Tropicana site for new stadium

There’s a decent chance that the small-market Oakland Athletics will head to the Las Vegas desert at some point within the next few years.

Biden's FCC pick will be instrumental in net neutrality fight - CNET

Gigi Sohn, a longtime consumer advocate and former FCC official, faces Republican opposition at her Senate confirmation hearing Wednesday.

Aitken to test Ed Carpenter Racing IndyCar

Following the news that the U.S. Air Force has pulled its support for the #20 car which oval specialist Ed Carpenter shares with a road/street course driver, former IndyCar champion and Indy 500 winner Ryan Hunter-Reay’s candidacy for the ride has looked we

‘Russians want to defend their country’: Hockey ace punished after rival’s ‘Putin insult’

NHL star Artemi Panarin has claimed he «lost his mind» because of Russia-based insults including an alleged remark about Vladimir Putin – and the Canadian rival accused of making them has confirmed they were about his homeland. Read Full Articl

Big Pharma unites Americans in disdain

Most Americans of all political persuasions distrust large pharmaceutical companies, think their priority is profit and not helping people, and believe they have too much influence on the government, according to a new poll. Read Full Article at

When will Congress protect all members? Ilhan Omar shares chilling death threat left via voicemail

In the face of increasing hate and Islamophobia, Democratic U.S. Reps. Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, and Andre Carson condemned anti-Muslim remarks made by their colleague, Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert, during a Tuesday press conference. According to ABC

Ex-Argentine president charged in spying case

Former Argentine president Mauricio Macri has been charged with illegal spying in a case related to his government’s surveillance of grief-stricken families of a missing submarine’s crew. Read Full Article at

Key Democrat exits Congress

House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee chair Peter DeFazio (D-Oregon) will not seek re-election in 2022. The founder of the Congressional Progressive Caucus is the 19th House Democrat to bow out before the midterms. Read Full Article at

Emmanuel Acho: Dak Prescott is not good enough to carry the Cowboys alone I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

The Dallas Cowboys have been struggling, losing three of their last four games and will play the New Orleans Saints in Week 13 for Thursday Night Football. Mike McCarthy will not be on the sidelines due to a positive COVID-19 test. However, Amari Cooper will

Marcellus Wiley: ‘Russell Wilson is a victim of his own choices’ I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

Marcellus Wiley chimes in to theorize the events that has led to Russell Wilson's recent tough stretch. Wiley turns the clock all the way back to the offseason and the moments leading up to the Seattle Seahawks Week 12 defeat at the hands of WFT. The loss is

Mark Sanchez explains what is to blame for the Brian Kelly and Lincoln Riley coaching shake ups I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

College football has topped headlines with the recent head coaching news. Lincoln Riley left Oklahoma to become USC's new head coach. Meanwhile, Brian Kelly, the winningest coach in Notre Dame football history, will now be roaming the sidelines at LSU. Mark S

Vice President Highlights STEM in First National Space Council Meeting

Vice President Kamala Harris chaired the first National Space Council meeting of the Biden-Harris Administration Wednesday, Dec. 1 at the U.S. Institute of Peace in Washington.

Seahawks sign seven-time Pro Bowl RB Adrian Peterson

Adrian Peterson has added another stop to his illustrious resume.

Justice Sotomayor makes the case for expanding the Supreme Court

Perhaps the most riveting moment in Wednesday’s Supreme Court hearing on Mississippi’s challenge to abortion rights came from Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor. Six conservative justices showed their willingness to find any reason at all to erase dec

CEOs who can't sit still: Jack Dorsey's Twitter departure is a sign

Jack Dorsey, who is stepping down after six years as Twitter's chief executive, is one of the tech leaders who seem to have grown tired of managing their empires

After leaving Twitter, Jack Dorsey focuses on Square Inc, bitcoin

«If I weren't at Square or Twitter, I'd be working on bitcoin,» Jack Dorsey had said at a packed Miami conference in June

Rare binary star, spotted for the first time, answers a long-standing question - CNET

This breakthrough could fill a gap in the stellar evolutionary timeline.

Square to become Block as tech world sees shifts in names and leadership - CNET

The change comes the same week that company CEO Jack Dorsey announced he'd leave his other CEO role at Twitter.

GMS Racing buys majority interest in Richard Petty Motorsports

GMS has also acquired two charters in the agreement and will run two cars during the 2022 season.Erik Jones signed a contract extension with RPM in August and should remain in the No. 43 car with Ty Dillon being the likely candidate for the second entry. Dill

Wall Street turns red as Omicron reaches US; Dow Jones falls 460 points

All three indexes breach key technical levels; Salesforce falls on disappointing profit forecast

Anti-vaxx Chronicles: Televangelist who put his faith in Robert Kennedy Jr. and ivermectin is dead

Facebook is a menace. COVID-19 is a menace. Conservatism is a cesspool. Together, those three ingredients have created a toxic stew of malevolent death and devastation. We can talk about all those things in the abstract, look at the numbers and statistics, an

Safety Kenny Vaccaro retires from to focus on esports organization

«I've been a gamer for even longer than I've played football, and I've always thought of myself as a gamer first,» Vaccaro said. 

UConn star Azzi Fudd inks deal with Steph Curry brand

Additionally, Curry wants to mentor Fudd personally as she juggles college with being both a star athlete and a public figure.

MLB used two different types of baseballs during 2021 season

Even the most minute of changes to the baseballs can lead to quite a bit of difference on the field of play, as evidenced by years of debate over the “lively” ball and the “dead” ball.

Lakers react to LeBron James entering NBA’s health and safety protocols

The Lakers have unfortunately grown accustomed to James’ absence so far this season.
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