CNN correspondent Omar Jimenez and his camera crew have been arrested during a live broadcast from the Minneapolis protests. Footage quickly emerged online, which you can see below, and many of Jimenez’s colleagues took to twitter in outcry. The incident took place shortly after 6AM ET during the live filming of CNN's weekday morning show […]
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“This is going to be the new normal from now on and you’re going to have to train security guards and police officers to deal with this,” one expert said.
Madison Beer addresses controversial TikTok live video in which she defended her "natural f--king face," but sparked more backlash because of ongoing turmoil in U.S.
Excuse me what is going on here?
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Barbara and Simon Campbell's lovingly renovated 16th century manor house, which they bought in 1999, could lose value due to a quarry with planning permission from the 1950s.
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Amongst all the popular Southern casseroles out there—the beloved squash casserole, the dependable green bean casserole, the hearty ground beef casserole—nothing stands out in flavor and flair as much as a creamy, cheesy Tex-Mex casserole. Texans have mastered their own cuisine of Mexican-inspired dishes that make the whole family happy on any night of the week. We’re talking to-die-for brisket tacos, tamale pie, chili cheese enchiladas, cowboy beans, pulled pork nachos, and (of course) corn chip pie. If your mouth isn’t watering yet, just wait until you scroll through all of these sauce-laden, cheese-topped, melty Tex-Mex dishes that are guaranteed to make dinnertime anything but boring. Texans are Southerners, after all—so you’ll find your share of casserole bakes, slow-cooker standouts, party dips, and easy cast-iron skillet suppers to make life easy and to feed a crowd. Here are 33 super tasty Tex-Mex recipes to make every meal at home feel like a fiesta.
The coronavirus pandemic made it more obvious than ever that we can’t agree on what families are actually buying when the pay (or borrow) for college
Lawsuits raise questions about colleges' value proposition Skyrocketing college costs and increasing student debt over the past several years had already prompted students, families and economists to ask whether a college degree is worth the investment. On average, the answer to that question is yes — workers with a college degree typically earn significantly more over their lifetimes than those without one. But the changes to college over the past several months have raised a more nuanced version of that question —what does the money students and families pay (or often borrow) actually buy?