WASHINGTON - Dashcam footage released Thursday by the American Civil Liberties Union shows Minnesota police violently arresting a 22-year-old Asian man after a traffic stop last year.
Nina Dobrev slipped into a two-piece for a shark tour boating adventure in Honolulu, HI, on Wednesday. The former Vampire Diaries star is currently on the island to film a documentary focusing on the plight of sharks. She was seen spending the day with shark behavior specialist and conservationist Ocean Ramsey and showed off her toned tummy in a black long-sleeved rash guard top and red bikini bottoms as she made her way down a rocky cliff while holding onto a snorkel and pair of fins. After returning for TVD's series finale in March, Nina recently nabbed a Teen Choice Award nomination for choice action movie actress thanks to her role in xXx: Return of Xander Cage and shared her excitement via
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DEAR CAROLYN: I work a desk job, and my family member has been a homemaker for as long as I can remember. We talk most nights, and both enjoy it. BUT: Almost every call, when I’m on my way home to my takeout or quick meal, she makes a point of asking me what I’m “making for dinner.” I usually avoid the question by turning it around, but it makes me feel horribly judged that I don’t have the time/energy/desire to cook a lovely meal for myself after long days at work, and I don’t know how to get this question to go away forever. Thoughts? Dinner-Judged DEAR DINNER: You could just admit it’s a sore spot for you because you miss cooking, but it’s not practical with the hours you keep. A nice family
How did this accident even happen? Some articles in the press characterized the subs as having been involved in a cat-and-mouse game that had gone too far. Indeed, such games were common between the attack submarines of rival nations, and had resulted in collisions in the past. However, that account remains unlikely because a submarine can only play a cat-and-mouse game if it is able to detect the other ship. And in the shallow waters off of Kildin Island, it is unlikely either vessel could. It’s tempting to think of sonar as a sort of radar that works underwater. However, water is a far less compliant medium than air even for the most modern sensors, and wind conditions, temperature variations
Archaeologists excavating at an ancient Viking settlement in southeast Denmark thought they were dealing with a typical country town from the Middle Ages. Then a single toilet changed everything. Museum of Southeastern Denmark archaeology researcher Anna Beck was digging up what she thought was a semi-subterranean workshop, only to find that she was knee-deep in... yeah, you guessed it. She'd found a layer of medieval poop. Carbon dating pegs the toilet at more than 1,000 years old, making it possibly the oldest crapper in Denmark. After a chemical analysis of material from the pit, Beck was able to confirm that she had indeed found a hole full of feces. She and her colleagues determined the
On Thursday evening, in the seventh inning of a 6-3 victory over the New York Mets, Dodgers manager Dave Roberts orchestrated an elaborate ruse. He engages in feints like this often. He often refers to them as “just a little gamesmanship,” gambits to test the thinking of the opposing manager. Rarely do they work better than this. With two outs, two runners aboard and the Dodgers leading by one run, Roberts sent Corey Seager into the on-deck circle for pitcher Pedro Baez. In the bullpen, Sergio Romo loosened up. The path appeared clear: If Enrique Hernandez reached base, Seager would replace Baez at the plate and Romo would replace Baez on the mound. When Hernandez walked, Roberts saw his bluff