This is what we would call a stable relationship
This is what we would call a stable relationship
Leicester and their fans celebrated their FA Cup win in style.
At a Republican summit, the Florida congressman railed against the GOP establishment and briefly addressed accusations of "naughty favors."
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) is funding scientific projects to control service members' sleep/wake cycles in the service of fighting jetlag.Why it matters: Jetlag is an annoyance for the average traveler (or was back when people, you know, went places), but for a U.S. military that operates across the globe, it can be a critical challenge to operational readiness.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeWhat's happening: DARPA — the research agency that brought you such hits as "the internet" and "cyborg beetle spies" — this week announced the launch of the ADvanced Acclimation and Protection Tool for Environmental Readiness research program.That's ADAPTER for short, because it's not the military unless you can acronymize it. How it works: The primary focus of ADAPTER is to develop implants and devices that can regulate, on demand, bodily rhythms disrupted by jetlag or shift-work schedules.Researchers at Northwestern University will try to engineer a wirelessly controlled bioelectronic implant — nicknamed the "living pharmacy" — that releases peptide-based therapies to, in the words of the DARPA release, "harmonize the warfighter’s central and peripheral circadian clock."Stanford University researchers will work on an implantable device that can release melatonin — a naturally produced chemical that induces sleepiness — on demand for up to 30 days.By the numbers: A recent study found that sleep disorders are a serious problem in the military, with insomnia diagnoses rising 45-fold between 2005 and 2019.An update to the Army's Holistic Health and Fitness manual last year emphasized the importance of sleep and advised soldiers to "take the longest nap possible as frequently as time is available."My thought bubble: I asked my younger brother Sean, an Army veteran, about his most memorable sleep experience in the military.His answer: "Hallucinating from sleep deprivation in Ranger School," the Army's notoriously grueling elite training course. (He still graduated.)The bottom line: I'm ready to take a nap just thinking about that. More from Axios: Sign up to get the latest market trends with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free
"I am very happy in love, and in life. I’d be enormously grateful if you were happy with me," Cavill wrote on Instagram.
(Vancouver Canucks) with a Shorthanded Goal from Edmonton Oilers vs. Vancouver Canucks, 05/15/2021
(Vancouver Canucks) with a Spectacular Goalie Save from Edmonton Oilers vs. Vancouver Canucks, 05/15/2021
Juan Cuadrado scored twice, including a late penalty, as Juventus beat Inter Milan 3-2 to keep their Champions League hopes alive on Saturday in a game where three spot kicks were awarded and both teams finished a man down.
Julian Araujo, 19, showed just why United States men's national team fans are thrilled he's putting on their shirt from youth level to the senior level.
"It won't be your typical Stampede … it's not the experience that you had in years past," Kristina Barnes, communications manager with the Calgary Stampede, told a CBC Radio programme on Friday. Known as "the greatest outdoor show on earth," the Stampede draws tourists from around the world for its rodeo and chuckwagon races, but much of the action happens away from official venues at parties hosted by oil and gas companies. "The Safest and Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth is what we're going to call it this year," Barnes said, adding the organizers are working directly with Alberta Health to ensure Stampede experiences stay "within the guidelines" that may be in effect in July.
The Hammers were reliant on an 87th-minute equaliser from substitute Said Benrahma to salvage a point on the south coast.
Salisbury High’s Jalon Walker, a junior, is the spring 2021 Gatorade NC player of the year
May 15—The administration of Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy will cut unemployment payments starting June 12 to address a growing labor shortage in Alaska, the Alaska Department of Labor and Workforce Development announced Friday morning. Commissioner Tamika Ledbetter said in a written statement that the state will stop distributing a $300-per-week bonus benefit provided by the federal government. ...
May 15—The election has yet to be certified, but all indications are that Dave Bronson has prevailed in his campaign for Anchorage mayor — a fact that even his opponent Forrest Dunbar acknowledged late in the week. Assuming the result holds, it marks the end of a divisive, bruising mayoral fight that has left half of Anchorage's residents on one side of a yawning partisan gulf, and the ...
May 15—One climber was killed and another injured early Thursday in Denali National Park when a falling block of glacier ice struck them, officials said. A 32-year-old man from Rigby, Idaho, died when a hanging serac fell from a peak along the West Fork of the Ruth Glacier. His climbing partner, a 31-year-old man from Logan, Utah, was knocked unconscious, park officials said in a statement ...
May 15—Anchorage's Fire Island Rustic Bakeshop plans to leave its longtime South Addition location in the coming months and reopen at a building it purchased several blocks to the north downtown, along with an eclectic mix of other local businesses. They'll open shop in a single-story medical building at 718 K Street, after the facility undergoes a monthslong renovation. The bakery will share ...
After Joel Bautista died of a heart attack last month in Peru, his family tried unsuccessfully to find an available grave at four different cemeteries. The excavation in a poor neighborhood in the capital city of Lima was broadcast live on television, attracting the attention of authorities and prompting them to offer the family a space on the rocky slopes of a cemetery. “If there is no solution, then there will be a space here,” Yeni Bautista told The Associated Press, explaining the family’s decision to dig at the foot of a tropical hibiscus tree after her brother’s body began to decompose.
U.S. President Joe Biden on Saturday spoke to both Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to urge calm as violence in the region escalates.Netanyahu's office said he told Biden that Israel was doing everything to avoid harming non-combatants, including warnings to civilians to leave buildings that it was about to destroy because they contained militant targets.The White House said Biden updated Netanyahu on "high-level" contacts with regional partners to restore calm, and raised concerns about the safety of journalists after Israel destroyed a tower block that housed news media organizations in Gaza.Biden also spoke with Abbas for the first time since taking office. According to a White House summary, Biden "stressed the need for Hamas to cease firing rockets into Israel," and the two men "expressed their shared concern that innocent civilians, including children, have tragically lost their lives amidst the ongoing violence."Both sides said Biden reaffirmed his support for a two-state solution to the conflict, and the White House said Biden was committed to "strengthening the U.S.-Palestinian partnership," which reached a low point under the Trump administration.Biden has dispatched an envoy to try to quell the violence - but diplomacy has so far failed to quell the worst escalation in fighting between Israel and Palestinians since 2014.
'All Rise' and 'The Unicorn' have been canceled by CBS.
Both “All Rise” and “The Unicorn” have been canceled at CBS after two seasons each. “All Rise” is set to air its final episode at the end of May, while “The Unicorn” wrapped up in March. The move to cancel “All Rise” comes less than two months after series creator and co-showrunner Greg Spottiswood was […]