IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) - Chris Soules, an Iowa farmer who starred on "The Bachelor" two years ago, was arrested Tuesday on a charge of causing a deadly accident and leaving the scene.
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Getting ready to work out is often the hardest part of exercising. You need a plan, a place to do it, the right kind of clothes, good shoes, and enough energy. Caffeine can help you feel more energetic - but so can certain foods. Chris Jordan is the exercise physiologist who came up with the 7-minute workout routine designed to give you the benefits of a sweaty bike ride and a trip to the gym in just a few minutes. He says it's important to fuel your body properly before working out. To avoid feeling burned out a few minutes into your routine or exhausted afterwards, Jordan recommends two specific snacks. The first, which should be eaten 1-2 hours before hitting the gym, should score low on
It was around sunset on Easter Sunday, April 16, when Brad Jones took his DJI Inspire 2 out for a flight in front of his home. Jones hoped, as he does on most nights, to capture some of the forested and hilly scenery in the environs of his hometown, Oliver Springs, Tennessee-about 30 miles west of Knoxville. “I flew down over my aunt’s house, and I heard a gunshot within the first three to four minutes of flight,” Jones told Ars. “So I sped up and flew back towards my house.” After a few more minutes, he flew back westward. He had just switched the drone’s camera mode from video to taking still photos in RAW format. “I took two pictures, then I heard the gunshot, and all of a sudden my drone
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It was the most stunning political victory of the 21st century, one that brought shocked concern in many parts of the world and cheers in others. One uncontroversial certainty was that it would cause reverberations around the globe. Donald Trump campaigned on an “America First” platform, but has found himself as president drawn into thorny geopolitical complexities aplenty in the first 100 days of his administration. Relations with Russia plummeted to “an all-time low,” as Trump himself described it, in the wake of the U.S. missile strikes on the Syrian government’s airfield in response to a deadly chemical attack. The administration’s Syria policy and how to handle President Bashar Assad seesawed. A window of opportunity appeared with China after Trump hosted President Xi Jinping for a summit at his Florida estate, but tensions on the Korean Peninsula soared over North Korea’s nuclear program. Mexico showed consternation and agitation over the president’s planned border wall, but gave no sign it would pay for the structure as Trump had repeatedly promised voters. Trump’s travel ban rocked refugees and asylum-seekers in several Muslim-majority nations, though it was blocked by federal courts at home. There were echoes of darker U.S.-Iran days, but nothing yet that would derail the landmark nuclear deal, as the decades-long Israeli-Palestinian conflict continued to simmer. Associated Press journalists in North Korea, Syria, Iran, Somalia, Israel, the West Bank, Russia, Germany and Mexico have gauged the global temperature by asking people five questions. (AP) See more news-related photo galleries and follow us on Yahoo News Photo Tumblr ___ Associated Press journalists Raf Wober in Pyongyang, North Korea, Mohammad Nasiri in Tehran, Iran, Zeina Karam in Beirut, Lebanon, Abdi Guled and Mohamed Sheikh Nor in Mogadishu, Somalia, Ami Bentov in Tel Aviv, Israel, Jelal Hassan and Eyyad Moghrabi in the West Bank, Douglas McCabe in Berlin, Vladimir Kondrashov in Moscow and Alex Triboulard in Mexico City contributed to this story.
Serena Williams has a few more months to go before she's officially a mother, but the women’s No. 1 ranked tennis player already has the “mama bear” thing down.