Hurricane Watch by Olive Senior review - a champion of inclusion
here can be no excuse for not knowing Olive Senior - who has recently taken over as poet laureate of Jamaica, where she was born (although she has lived in Canada for much of her adult life).
New York and other north-eastern US states see a rapid fall in Covid cases
New York City and some north-eastern US states appear to be seeing rapid decreases in their numbers of Covid-19 cases in recent days, raising the possibility that the Omicron wave has now already peaked in some parts of America.
Capitol attack panel grapples with moving inquiry forward: to subpoena or not?
The House select committee investigating the Capitol attack is weighing whether to subpoena some of Donald Trump's top allies on Capitol Hill as it considers its options on how aggressively it should pursue testimony to move forward its inquiry into the January 6 insurrection.
MLBTR Poll: Where Will Seiya Suzuki Sign?
Last week, Andrew Baggarly of the Athletic wrote that Seiya Suzuki fielded offers from ten to twelve major league teams before the lockout.
Kendrick Nunn suffered a setback in rehab, will have his Lakers return delayed
Kendrick Nunn has missed the entire Lakers season so far with a persistent bone bruise in his right knee, and according to head coach Frank Vogel, he is going to miss at least a bit more time than previously expected.
Property Rights Groups Urge Garland and Kanter to Withdraw 'Misguided' Policy Statement on SEPs Subject to FRAND
"We view the policy reversal, both in the [July 2021] executive order and in the proposed joint policy statement, as misguided, unfounded, and dangerous." - Letter from property rights coalition.
All Covid restrictions in England could end in March under No 10 plans
No 10 is drawing up plans to phase out England's remaining pandemic restrictions from as early as March as a beleaguered Boris Johnson signals to his backbenchers that he is prepared to let the UK live with the virus.
Let Go, Find Warmth: 11 Mindfulness Practices for the Winter Blues
Less daylight and colder temperatures can significantly affect our moods.
Russia denies looking for pretext to invade Ukraine
MOSCOW - Russia's top diplomat angrily rejected U.S. allegations that Moscow was preparing a pretext to invade Ukraine, as Russian troops that are amassed near the Ukraine border launched more drills Monday.
Analysis | Cyberattacks on Ukraine Could Spread Globally
In cyberwarfare, the toughest question to answer definitively is "Who did it?"