Feb. 24, 2020
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How Hydro Flask water bottles became a hot fashion accessory is a story mixing environmentalism, self-care and the simple desire to keep drinks cold.
No California water hole has been fought over more than the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. It’s right up there with the Owens Valley and the state’s share of the Colorado River.
When Ahmedabad prepared to welcome its highest profile foreign visitor yet, the city decided there was only one thing to do.
Three women, one who was pinned under the bus and two who were pulled from inside, died before they could be taken to a hospital, authorities said.
President Trump’s national security advisor said Sunday he had no knowledge of intelligence agency warnings that Russia is trying once again to help Trump by interfering in the 2020 campaign.
Trounced by Bernie Sanders in Nevada, Joe Biden is under pressure to finish first in South Carolina, where black voters dominate the primary electorate.
South Korea reported another large jump in new virus cases a day after the president called for “unprecedented, powerful” steps to combat the outbreak that is increasingly confounding attempts to stop its spread
At a weekend concert and at shops catering to hip-hop fans, the tragic deaths of young rappers from Pop Smoke to Mac Miller to Nipsey Hussle were front of mind.
Lizzo was named entertainer of the year and “Just Mercy” took home top film honors at the NAACP Image Awards
Grace Glenn achieved the first leadoff perfect 10 on beam in NCAA history, but another perfect score by Utah’s Abby Paulson stymied UCLA’s chances of winning.
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Jaime Barría is back to throwing his sinking fastball again, and the early results are encouraging as the young pitcher hopes to crack the Angels’ rotation.
Over the course of UCLA’s five-game winning streak, the Bruins have demonstrated they can compete with the best the Pac-12 has to offer.
The Auschwitz Memorial tweeted criticism of Amazon for including fictional atrocities in its new Prime series “Hunters,” starring Al Pacino.
For Universal’s “The Invisible Man,” star Elisabeth Moss and writer-director Leigh Whannell modernize the classic movie monster with a female-forward and tech-centric storyline that brings back the scares.
“A lot of us are still trying to break free from ... the colonial mentality of what a Filipina should be,” says an organizer of “Burlesque Las FilipinX.”
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