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CNN —Lord Howe Island has the look of a destination ripe for overtourism, with verdant mountaintops, pristine white-sand beaches and clear-blue waters teeming with colorful fish. Atop the summit of Mount Gower – one of the most popular hiking trails on Lord Howe – sits a rare, endangered cloud forest. Beaches are just a few minutes’ walk or bike ride away from the guesthouses, making Lord Howe “the easiest holiday,” said Anthony Riddle, a sixth-generation islander who co-founded Lord Howe Island Brewing Company and Lord Howe Island Distilling Company. “We tell the story about what is it that’s special about Lord Howe Island. Sniffer dogsIan Hutton boating near Lord Howe Island.
Persons: Howe, , Lisa Makiiti, Lord Howe, Darcelle Matassoni, Lord, Makiiti, Bowker, Howe Island's Mount, Matteo Colombo, Dean Hiscox, that’s, ” Hiscox, Ian Hutton, David Attenborough, Hutton, it’s, Mount Gower –, Lord Howe –, Anthony Riddle, , you’re, Hiscox, they’re, ” Hutton, ” Makiiti, Riddle, There’s, ” Matassoni, ” Riddle Organizations: CNN, Bowker, UNESCO, Lord Howe, Board, Howe Environmental, Howe, Museum, Brewing Company, Australian National Maritime Museum, Residents, Sustainability, Islanders Locations: Australia, Sydney, Howe Island's Mount Gower, Mount, Howe’s, Howe
CNN —The impacts of human-caused climate change are so overwhelming they’re actually messing with time, according to new research. “This is a testament to the gravity of ongoing climate change,” said Surendra Adhikari, a geophysicist at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, and a report author. These include processes in the planet’s fluid core, the ongoing impact of the melting of huge glaciers after the last ice age, as well as melting polar ice due to climate change. If the world continues to pump out planet-heating pollution, “climate change could become the new dominant factor,” outpacing the moon’s role, he told CNN. They found any influence from the molten core was outweighed by that of climate change.
Persons: , Surendra Adhikari, , Benedikt Soja, , Olivier Marin, ” Adhikari, Mostafa Kiani Shahvandi, Shahvandi, Duncan Agnew, Jacqueline McCleary, It’s Organizations: CNN, National Academy of Sciences, GPS, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Swiss, ETH Zurich, Getty, University of California San, Northeastern University, Zurich’s Soja Locations: Scoresby, East Greenland, AFP, Greenland, Antarctica, University of California San Diego
CNN —Aliyah Boston and Caitlin Clark put in strong performances as the Indiana Fever continued its solid run with a 81-74 victory over the Minnesota Lynx on Sunday. The victory is Indiana’s second on the bounce and means it now has a 6-4 record in the last 10 games. And I think we’ve won every game where we’ve held our opponents to under 84 points, so 74 is really good for us,” the 22-year-old point guard told reporters. It was the second game in a row where Mitchell, Clark, Boston and NaLyssa Smith all scored in double figures. Boston shoots the ball against Alanna Smith of the Minnesota Lynx in the first quarter.
Persons: Caitlin Clark, Boston, Clark, , Sue Bird, we’ve, we’re, Kelsey Mitchell, Leilani Mitchell, Mitchell, NaLyssa Smith, Alanna Smith, David Berding Organizations: CNN, Aliyah Boston, Indiana Fever, Minnesota Lynx, Target, Phoenix Mercury, Minnesota, Dallas Wings, Atlanta Locations: Minneapolis, Boston
Russian forces over the weekend pushed into Urozhaine, a southern village won back by Ukraine last summer, the latest in a series of slow but steady advances that are reversing hard-won Ukrainian victories. The Russian advances are a sobering development for Kyiv as its troops battle to contain attacks along a more than 600-mile front line. They have entered the outskirts of Chasiv Yar, a Ukrainian stronghold in the region, and are closing in on a key Ukrainian supply route. Ukraine hopes that weapons and ammunition recently supplied by Western allies will help it hold back Russian forces. That has already happened in the northeast, where beefed up Ukrainian defenses have managed to halt a Russian offensive that threatened Kharkiv, Ukraine’s second-largest city.
Persons: Chasiv Yar Organizations: Western Locations: Urozhaine, Ukraine, Kyiv, Chasiv, Ukrainian, Kharkiv, Ukraine’s, U.S, Russia
Shares in Burberry plunged 11% in early trading on Monday after a disappointing first-quarter performance led it to issue a profit warning, replace its CEO and axe its dividend. The luxury giant said that if the recent trading slowdown continues, it expects to report an operating loss for the first half of this year and full-year operating profit below current consensus. It also suspended its dividend and named Joshua Schulman — who formerly led Michael Kors and Coach — as new CEO. Jonathan Akeroyd is stepping down "with immediate effect by mutual agreement with the Board," the company added. Burberry said comparable store sales fell 21% in the 12 weeks to June 29, with retail revenue coming in at £458 million for the period.
Persons: Joshua Schulman —, Michael Kors, , Jonathan Akeroyd, Burberry, Gerry Murphy Organizations: Burberry, Asia Pacific Locations: EMEIA, Europe, East, India, Africa, Americas
With over 50 years of experience in the gold industry, Milling-Stanley believes today's macroeconomic environment is ripe for gold to outperform. The possibility of a rate cut in the next six months has been looming over the economy, which should boost the price of gold, Milling-Stanley said. State Street Global AdvisorsUS dollar depreciation will also push gold prices up, he said. He estimates a 50% probability of gold prices ending the year in the $2,200 to $2,500 range and a 30% probability of prices rising between $2,500 and $2,700. Other cost-efficient options include the SPDR Gold MiniShares Trust (GLDM), iShares Gold Trust (IAU), Goldman Sachs Physical Gold ETF (AAAU), and GraniteShares Gold Trust (BAR).
Persons: , George Milling, Stanley, there's, I've, He's, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Service, Stanley, Trust, Business, Street Global Advisors, Stanely, Street Global, MiniShares, Gold Miners, Miners Locations: Nigeria, Ukraine, China, Taiwan
This is Street Wars, a weekly series on the battle for space on New York’s streets and sidewalks. Jackson Heights, Queens, has been called “the most culturally diverse neighborhood in New York, if not on the planet.” It is also a neighborhood with the some of the least green space in New York. On Roosevelt Avenue, the elevated subway line rattles above a steady stream of car traffic. Storefronts and pushcarts on the narrow, bustling sidewalks offer all kinds of food — Thai, Chinese, Mexican, Himalayan, Indian, Colombian, Guatemalan, Ecuadorean, Peruvian and more — but it’s tough to find any calm. Yet just three blocks north, running parallel to Roosevelt, is 34th Avenue, where a stretch of 26 blocks, running east to west, has been closed to cars from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day since 2020.
Organizations: Colombian, Ecuadorean Locations: Jackson Heights , Queens, New York, Roosevelt
Oil extends losses as dollar strengthens following Trump attack
  + stars: | 2024-07-15 | by ( )   time to read: +2 min
Oil prices fell for a second day on Monday as the dollar gained ground amid political uncertainty in the U.S. following an attack on U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump while investors eyed the progress of talks for a Gaza ceasefire. Brent crude futures fell 55 cents, or 0.7%, to $84.48 a barrel by 0109 GMT after settling down 37 cents on Friday. The dollar firmed on Monday while U.S. bond futures slipped as investors wagered the attack on Trump made his victory in the upcoming presidential election more likely. A stronger dollar tends to lower oil prices as buyers using other currencies have to pay more for their dollar-denominated crude. Still, oil markets are broadly underpinned by supply cuts from OPEC+ with Iraq's oil ministry saying it will compensate for any oil overproduction since the beginning of 2024.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, Tony Sycamore, Brent, Baker Hughes Organizations: Brent, . West Texas, ., Hamas Locations: Stanton , Texas, U.S, Gaza, China, Beijing, Israel
Without rule of law, without a peacekeeping force, without humanitarian aid, Gaza will combust and descend into civil chaos. This route is used by both commercial and aid trucks, as well as convoys like the one I am in, transporting aid workers. Palestinians storm trucks loaded with humanitarian aid brought in through a new US-built pier in central Gaza on May 18. They are waiting to ambush aid trucks, but they smile and wave at our far less tempting UN-marked jeeps. A fear of “the war after the war.” Some believe it has started already.
Persons: Arwa Damon, Arwa Damon CNN, Kerem Shalom, Karam Abu Salem, , Karam Abu, Benjamin Netanyahu, Abdel Kareem Hana, David Satterfield, Menahem Kahana, , I’ve Organizations: CNN, International Network for Aid, Relief, Gazans, , Israel’s, KS, State Department, Carnegie Endowment, Coordination Locations: Gaza, Rafah, Egypt, Israel, Karam Abu Salem, Middle East, Kerem, AFP, Israeli, Territories, COGAT, shrugging, Baghdad
Speaking at Coatue's annual conference, billionaire Philippe Laffont unveiled some AI predictions. He believes there'll be "humanoid" robots widespread across the developed world in 15 years. He also told the audience that he's been "buying high and selling low" for 25 years. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . But Coatue's billionaire founder, Philippe Laffont, told the audience at his firm's annual East Meets West conference last week that, for a quarter of a century, he's done the opposite.
Persons: Philippe Laffont, there'll, he's, , Uber, Dara Khosrowshahi, Larry Summers Organizations: Service, Meets, Business
CNN —A suspected serial killer has confessed to murdering 42 women over the past two years, police in Kenya have said, in a shocking case that has sparked calls for increased measures to combat gender-based violence in the country. Authorities said Collins Jumaisi Khalusha, 33, “lured, killed, and disposed of 42 female bodies,” of which only nine have been recovered. Gerald Anderson/Anadolu/Getty Images“We are dealing with a serial killer, a psychopathic serial killer who has no respect for life,” Amin said Monday. A group of female leaders called for enhanced protections for Kenyan women on Monday after increasing cases of femicide. “It is so sad that someone who killed 42 people was still roaming out there.
Persons: Collins Jumaisi Khalusha, , Mohamed Amin, ” Amin, Douglas Kanja, Kanja, Gerald Anderson, Khalusha “, Amin, dismembering, , Josphine Mulongo, Leah Sankaire Sopiato, women’s Organizations: CNN, Authorities, Anadolu, Getty, Kenyan Police, Kenyan Locations: Kenya, Soweto, Nairobi, Kware, Nairobi’s, Njenga
Read previewThis as-told-to essay is based on a conversation with Michelle Clifford, a 33-year-old sales manager from California who is moving to Celina, Texas, in July. Celina's population surged 26.6% from July 2022 to July 2023, making it the fastest-growing city in the US. There were a lot of things that I liked about Texas, and my job also had an office in Frisco. In Texas, rent is cheaper and we can experience country livingWe moved to Prosper, a town north of Dallas, in February. We were drawn to Celina because we have friends from California who moved here and college friends who are natives.
Persons: , Michelle Clifford, TCU — Texas Christian University —, Prosper, Clifford, California I've, I'm, Clifford's, Celina doesn't Organizations: Service, Business, TCU — Texas Christian University Locations: California, Celina , Texas, Celina's, Orange County, Austin, Texas, Bay, He's, Southern California, San Diego, San Francisco, Oceanside , California, Frisco, Prosper, Dallas, Oceanside, Celina, Preston, America
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Whether it's the markets or the Federal Open Market Committee, no one seems to be getting their forecasts right. But if you want the closest thing to accuracy, French economist Christophe Barraud may be your best bet. One caveat is that Trump would need 60 seats in the Senate to implement policy changes smoothly, Barraud noted. Where uncertainty in a Trump presidency remains is on the geopolitical front, Barraud noted.
Persons: , Christophe Barraud, haven't, Barraud, it's, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, Trump, He's Organizations: Service, Federal, Market, Market Securities Monaco, Bloomberg, Business, Trump, Republican, Fed Locations: China, delinquencies, France, Italy, Ukraine, Russia
Read previewThe Secret Service has been at the center of scandals in recent years. AdvertisementTrump's ear was pierced by a bullet; a rallygoer near the president was killed before Secret Service agents shot and killed the would-be assassin. US Secret Service agents stayed at this hotel in Cartagena, Colombia, when several agents were found to have solicited prostitutes ahead of then-President Barack Obama's visit. Two Secret Service agents, who had 'likely' been drinking, crashed a car on the White House grounds. Secret Service later apprehended him.
Persons: , indiscretions, Donald Trump, Trump, Joe Biden, Biden, Sunday he's, Mike Johnson, Mark Green, Alejandro Mayorkas, Reagan, Barack Obama's, Manuel Pedraza, Obama's, Obama, Carol D, Leonnig, Mark Sullivan, Omar J, Gonzalez, Barack Obama, Julia Pierson, Pierson, Marc Connolly, John Roth, Connolly, George Ogilvie, Jonathan T, Tran, Mike Pence, Pence Organizations: Service, Business, Secret, Sunday, Republican, Homeland Security, Tennessee Republican, Homeland, Homeland Security Department, Secret Service, Getty, Agents, NPR, House, White House, The New York Times, Presidential, Division, Guardian, CNN, White, The Washington, Capitol Locations: Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Cartagena , Colombia, AFP, Colombia, Americas, USSS, Washington, DC
The pandemic signified a “historic backslide,” according to Dr. Katherine O’Brien, director of the Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biological at WHO. WHO and UNICEF’s 2023 immunization coverage report, released Sunday, is the world’s largest dataset on immunization trends for vaccinations against 14 diseases. It analyzed estimates from 185 countries and used a third dose of the diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (DTP3) vaccine — which is recommended for 1-year-olds — as the global marker for immunization coverage. The 2023 report also found HPV vaccine coverage in girls increased 7%, returning to near pre-pandemic levels. Analyzing immunization coverage in other areas of conflict is “a mixed picture,” O’Brien said.
Persons: Katherine O’Brien, , Ephrem, Lemango, ” Lemango, , ” O’Brien, Subaas Shrestha, WHO’s O’Brien, “ I’ll, Dr, Sanjay Gupta, Melinda Gates Organizations: CNN, World Health Organization, United Nations, Fund, Biological, WHO, UNICEF, US Centers for Disease Control, Vaccine, Global, Get CNN, CNN Health, Vaccine Alliance, Melinda Gates Foundation Locations: Bangladesh, Indonesia, Brazil, Nigeria, Africa, Kathmandu, Nepal, United States, Sudan, Yemen, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Gaza, Israel, IA2030
In the meantime, we received some terrific feedback from members after revealing in late May five stocks we would buy right here, right now. So which stocks would I buy right now? And while we expect Monday may not be a good day for tech stocks — remember it is only day three of the rotation — you have to buy AMD before the tide turns back to tech. I said that Best Buy was much more than just a brick-and-mortar company and that its integrity was high. More importantly, like AMD, Best Buy is where people will try out a new AI PC.
Persons: We've, that's, Nvidia's Blackwell, Wells Fargo, Wells, Charlie Scharf, Charlie, Doug Braunstein, Fernando Rivas, Jamie Dimon, there's, Scharf, let's, Ed Breen, Breen, Dennis Kozlowski, Kozlowski, Medtronic, Dupont, China's, Peter Arduini, Wynn, Laxman Narasimhan, Howard Schultz, Laxman, Narasimhan, Schultz, Mellody Hobson, There's, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim, Pual Yeung Organizations: Dow Jones, Devices, Nvidia, Broadcom, Big Tech, AMD, Intel, PC, Microsoft, HP, Wells Fargo, JPMorgan, Costco, Gold, DuPont, Tyco, Tyco Electronics, Johnson Controls, GE Healthcare, Wynn, Starbucks, GE, Philips, Siemens, Management, Caesars, Las, Sands, Biden, Covid, Palestinian, McKinsey, PepsiCo, Jim Cramer's Charitable, CNBC, Wynn Resorts, Bloomberg, Getty Locations: Wells Fargo, Wells, U.S, Canada, Dupont, China, East Germany, Macau, Israel, Jewish, Gaza, Macao
Villagers watch the sunset over a small lagoon near the village of Tangintebu on South Tarawa in the central Pacific island nation of Kiribati May 25, 2013. CHINESE INTEREST AS WESTERN BANKS EXIT"The proposed World Bank project is a creative way of addressing the challenge of de-risking and small scale in Pacific Island countries," said Lalita Moorty, the World Bank's East Asia and Pacific director for prosperity. Without access to overseas banks, Pacific countries would struggle to receive remittances - a key component of their economies - welcome holidaymakers or trade with the wider world. "It can create instability for the financial system," said Denton Rarawa, senior economics adviser at the Pacific Islands Forum. "What we're saying is that if you're not going to address concerns and issues we have, Pacific countries will start looking elsewhere for support."
Persons: David Gray, Solomon, Lalita Moorty, Denton Rarawa, Mark Brown, Janet Yellen, Ariff Ali, Lewis Jackson, Lucy Craymer, Ziyi Tang, William Mallard Organizations: REUTERS, Villagers, WELLINGTON, Bank, U.S, Pacific Islands, World Bank, Pacific, ANZ Bank, Westpac, Bendigo Bank, Bank of China, Reuters, Cook, U.S . Treasury, Federal Reserve, Reserve Bank of Fiji, Thomson Locations: Tangintebu, South, Pacific, Kiribati, SYDNEY, Australia, China, Washington, Nauru, Solomon Islands, Taiwan, Beijing, U.S, East Asia, Papua New Guinea, Vanuatu, Tonga, Samoa, Brisbane, Pacific Islands, Sydney, Wellington
The country’s Disaster and Emergency Management Authority is active but relatively new in its current form, having been consolidated as a single agency only in 2009. The practice of emergency management has generally originated from the first responder community and the civil defense era, primarily with a focus on consequence management. But as emergency management agencies have been designed, emergency management systems have been shaped by laws and agreements across government bureaucracies and partners in the private and nonprofit sectors with a narrower focus on managing consequences, focused more on logistics than sociology. But disaster management in practice is still fundamentally a numbers game. Strong emergency management agencies are also important.
Persons: CNN —, Jeff Schlegelmilch Jonathan Sury, Paula Bronstein, Jeff Schlegelmilch, George Rose, Enrico Quarantelli, , ” Jeff Schlegelmilch, Megadisasters, Ho Organizations: CNN, Emergency Management Authority, Defense Department, Alaska Airlines, Geological Survey, Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA, United Nations Office, Nations, Twitter Locations: Gaziantep, Turkey, Hatay, America, Syria, Vesuvius, Patong, Phuket, Thailand, Ukraine, Mount St, Helens, Seattle , Washington, United States, Port, Prince, Haiti, Japan
Don't expect the mammoth returns of the S&P 500 to continue this year, according to Goldman Sachs Asset Management's midyear investment outlook released last week. AdvertisementBut this doesn't mean that Goldman Sachs is expecting a severe downturn. Active management is more important now than ever, and Goldman Sachs recommends taking steps now to prepare for a lukewarm second half of 2024. To address geopolitical instability and financial shocks, Goldman Sachs recommends hedging risk through commodities. Goldman Sachs is seeing increasing opportunities in Asia.
Persons: Goldman Sachs, Alexis Deladerrière, , Lindsay Rosner, Rosner, Deladerrière, it's Organizations: Service, Goldman, Business, Nvidia, Microsoft, Apple, Fed Locations: Mexico, France, East, Ukraine, industrials, underperformance, Asia, Japan, India
Among the wartime additions to Ukraine's arsenal is the US-made Bradley fighting vehicle, a formidable asset that continues proving its worth on the battlefield several decades after it first saw combat. A 'very effective' infantry fighting vehicleThe Bradleys were built as a response to the Soviet infantry fighting vehicles and entered service in the 1980s. A Bradley fighting vehicle from the US Army 2nd Armored division drives through Saudi Arabian desert on Jan. 18, 1991. Hassani RiberaThe Bradley infantry fighting vehicle is lighter than an Abrams tank by roughly 40 tons. Ukrainian soldiers on a Bradley infantry fighting vehicle near Avdiivka on Feb. 23, 2024.
Persons: , Bradley, Abrams, Kyiv didn't, Mark Cancian, Sadayuki Mikami, Ukraine's Abrams, Bradley isn't, Ribera, Tayler P, Schwamb, Pat Ryder, Bradleys, Cancian, What's, scrappy, GENYA SAVILOV Organizations: Service, Russia, Business, Abrams, Kyiv, US Marine Corps, US Army 2nd, AP, Bradley, US Army, Pentagon, Ukraine, Army, US Army National Guard, Spc, M1A2 Abrams, Tank, Marine Corps Base, 47th Mechanized Brigade, Center for Strategic, International Studies, intel, Getty, XM30 Mechanized Infantry, US, 47th, Mechanized Brigade Locations: Ukraine, US, Iraq, Saudi, Kyiv, Trzebien, Poland, Pendleton, Ukraine's Donbas, Anadolu, Avdiivka, Afghanistan, Ukrainian, Bradley, Western
An Upper East Side mansion built during the Gilded Age is for sale for $65 million. Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementOne of Manhattan's last surviving Gilded Age mansions — spanning about 18,000 square feet with a marble foyer, three terraces, and 14 fireplaces — is on the market for $65 million. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: Oleg Cassini, Jackie Kennedy's, , John H, Duncan, Elias Asiel, Ulysses S, Grant Organizations: Service, Business Locations: New York City
Fast-forward to seventh century East Anglia in the United Kingdom, where an Anglo-Saxon warrior king was buried alongside exquisite goods within a massive ship. Researchers are hoping to reconstruct the ship — and it’s not the only vessel gaining new life centuries after disappearing from time. Emily Harris/Zayed National MuseumUsing a supply list written on a clay tablet, a team of experts in the United Arab Emirates has reconstructed a Bronze Age ship. Once upon a planetScientists excavated a 52,000-year-old woolly mammoth skin from the Siberian permafrost. Love Dalén/Stockholm UniversityThe freezing temperatures of the Siberian permafrost preserved a piece of 52,000-year-old woolly mammoth skin so well that it contains a first-of-its-kind genetic treasure trove.
Persons: it’s, Emily Harris, Shipwrights, Jacob, Alex Braczkowski, Griffith University Jacob, Tibu, Butch Wilmore, Suni Williams, James Webb, Ashley Strickland, Katie Hunt Organizations: CNN, East, Zayed National, United Arab Emirates, Zayed National Museum, Griffith University, Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth, International Space Station, NASA, Boeing, European Space Agency, James Webb Space, Penguin, , CNN Space, Science Locations: Siberia, East Anglia, United Kingdom, Persian, Mesopotamia, Zayed, Abu Dhabi, Sweden, Denmark, Peru, Machu Picchu, Uganda’s, Stockholm, Western Australia
During Ramadan, as her family fasted and prayed, Lina Boussaha, a professional soccer player, eagerly tore open a package in her bedroom in France. But she had recently decided she wanted to wear a hijab regularly, even during games. And that decision put her on a journey that eventually took her from France to start her career anew in the Middle East. “It is with great pride that I announce that I am wearing the veil (hijab),” Ms. Boussaha wrote on her Instagram account that night. “My religion, my inner peace, and my spirituality are my priorities, and these come before my worldly pleasures like football & my career as a professional player.
Persons: Lina Boussaha, Boussaha, Ms Organizations: Nike Locations: France
The Israeli military said this week that it had concluded its operation there. Palestinians returning to Shajaiye, after heeding a call by Israel to evacuate, said the neighborhood was so devastated it was uninhabitable. “The current situation in Shajaiye today is tragic,” said Ahmed Sidu, a photographer, who went back to his home as soon as he heard that Israeli forces had pulled out. Palestinian Civil Defense said on Friday that their crews began recovering bodies from Tal Al-Hawa and the Al-Sinaa neighborhoods, as they said the Israeli forces appeared to be leaving those areas as well. The Israeli military did not confirm its forces were also pulling out of those areas.
Persons: , Ahmed Sidu, Hamas’s, Ayman Showadeh, Showadeh, Karam Hassan, ” Mr, Hassan, Mr, Sidu, Tal, Tal Al, , Juliette Touma, Rawan Sheikh Ahmad Organizations: Hamas, Palestinian Civil Defense, Credit, Agence France, United Nations, UNRWA, Troops Locations: Shajaiye, Gaza City, Israel, Gaza, Al, Rimal
What to Expect as a Punishing Heat Wave Shifts East
  + stars: | 2024-07-13 | by ( Rachel Nostrant | )   time to read: +1 min
A heat wave that broke dozens of temperature records across the American Southwest will shift to more of the country this weekend, with heat peaking in the Northeast early next week. Some East Coast cities, including Baltimore and Washington, D.C., will experience temperatures reaching up to 100 degrees Fahrenheit on Tuesday, according to the National Weather Service. That won’t necessarily break records, as Las Vegas and many other Western cities did last week. “What we want people to be prepared for is the hot daytime temperatures, and the temperatures that don’t really cool off that much at night,” said Richard Bann, a meteorologist at the National Weather Service. That can be especially stressful for people who don’t have a good way to keep cool or aren’t staying hydrated, he said.
Persons: , Richard Bann Organizations: D.C, National Weather Service, Las, West Locations: American, East Coast, Baltimore, Washington, Las Vegas, California, Nevada
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