Snow fell in New Mexico overnight on December 2, the National Weather Service said.This footage shows light snow falling in Santa Fe. Credit: John R Roby via Storyful
The UK is the first country in the world to approve Pfizer's jab for widespread use.
Taylor Swift fans no longer have to leave what her re-recordings of her old catalog might sound like to pure speculation. She has revealed a snippet of one of them in a highly comical new commercial for Match.com: a redo of her O.G. hit "Love Story." Swift posted on Twitter: "Okay so while my new […]
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Death Cab for Cutie will release on Friday “The Georgia E.P.” — a five-track E.P. of covers of songs by artists from the state of Georgia, with all net proceeds going to Fair Fight Action, Stacey Abrams’ voter’s rights organization that promotes fair elections around the country through voter education, election reform, and combating voter suppression. […]
This home's incredible light display includes over 40,000 lights. Watch as the lights sync to the tune of 'Angels We Have Heard'. Amazing!
EF and Cannondale also on board as Nippo Delko One Provence shed another sponsor for 2021
The Mandalorian can't take off his helmet: here's why (and why it matters)
Treat the two-wheeled wonder in your life to something he’ll love this Christmas
Forget about sacrificing comfort for style this year.
You'll never have frostbitten fingers again.
Industry veteran Josh Deutsch and celebrated music supervisor Randall Poster have joined forces, combining their two respective companies, Premier and Search Party. Premier Music Group, a leading sync agency launched in 2017 by Downtown Music co-founders Deutsch and Terence Lam, announced the acquisition today. Poster founded Search Party in 2004. In consolidating the two companies, […]
Ronna McDaniel, the Republican National Committee chairwoman, is launching her bid for a third two-year term heading the GOP's governing organization after the party’s stronger-than-anticipated showing in November’s election, even though President Donald Trump lost. In a letter Wednesday to the 168 members of the RNC announcing her candidacy, McDaniel said she has the support of Trump, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky and House Minority Leader McCarthy of California, as well as a supermajority of committee members — all but assuring her victory. McDaniel was selected by Trump for the role four years ago and he endorsed her for a new term about a week after the Nov. 3 election.
Turns out that one friend you have who's super into running was actually on to something.From Esquire
Think greeting cards, table centerpieces, and yes — tons of ornaments!From Good Housekeeping
In partnership with Leave It On The Road, 15 Wahoo Roam computers are available via auction to raise money for ACGT Foundation
Troubled estate agency group Countrywide has rejected a £82 million takeover approach from rival Connells. Countrywide, behind high street chains such as Bairstow Eves and Hamptons International, is under pressure to pay down debts ahead of potentially breaching covenants next year. Countrywide said a potential 250p-a-share deal from Connells was unanimously rejected by the board.
AC Milan coach Stefano Pioli has been given the all-clear from Covid-19 and will be on the bench for Thursday's Europa League game against Celtic, the Italian league leaders confirmed.
Officials from Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office hold a news conference in Atlanta.
Nike has sparked controversy in Japan over a new anti-racism advert, with critics saying the American company has misrepresented the country and has no place commenting on taboo social issues. The new commercial shows three teenage girls - one ethnically Japanese, one half-Japanese half-Black, and one Korean - being bullied in school before finding confidence and friends through playing football. The two-minute video, accompanied by the hashtag YouCantStopUs, has been viewed more than 14 million times on Twitter and sparked a heated debate on social media in Japan. While some praised it as “powerful”, many decried Nike’s decision to mix sport with racism, causing some to call for a boycott of the brand. Racism has long been a sensitive issue in Japan’s widely homogenous society, in particular in relation to ethnic Koreans raised in Japan and biracial Japanese, often referred to as “hafu”. “Is Japan really such a country full of discrimination? It feels like you’re creating a false impression of Japan,” commented one person on Twitter. “Don’t involve racism in sports,” said another, with a third writing: “Nike is over.” One Japanese woman described feeling “uncomfortable” watching the advert and said she would no longer buy Nike products for herself or her child. Nike Japan defended the video, saying in a statement: “We have long listened to minority voices, supported and spoke for causes that fit our values. “We believe sports have the power to show what a better world looks like, to bring people together and encourage action in their respective communities.” Tennis star Naomi Osaka, whose mother is Japanese and father is Haitian, also makes a cameo. The athlete has been a popular endorsement figure in Japan but she has also been the target of racism. Last year she was whitewashed in a commercial for noodle brand Nissin, and a few months later a comedy act reportedly said she needed “bleach” for being “too sunburned”. They have since apologised.