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CNN reveals America’s Best Towns to Visit in 2024
  + stars: | 2024-06-24 | by ( Cnn Travel | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +9 min
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Persons: Dolly Parton —, Frederik Meijer, Ai Weiwei, Peter McDaniel, Michigan’s, James Beard, You’ll, Dale Chihuly, Virginia –, ” –, it’s, Marnie Hunter, Forrest Brown Organizations: CNN, Empire, CNN Travel, Lake Superior, University of Tennessee, Nashville, Sculpture, Beer, San, Lowell Observatory, Golden State, San Luis Obispo, SLO, Puget Sound, Rainier, Tacoma, of, Rhode Island School of Design, Richmond, Richmond Folk Festival Locations: Venice, Italy, Richmond, Chicago, San Francisco . Big, United States, downtowns, Lakes, Duluth, Amity, Knoxville, Tennessee, Memphis, Grand Rapids, Beer City, Grand, Macon, Flagstaff, San Francisco Peaks, California, Southern California, Golden, San Luis, Puyallup, Virginia
Game 7 of the 2024 Stanley Cup Final between the Edmonton Oilers and the Florida Panthers will decide which team will lift the famous trophy. It sets up a winner-takes-all final game in what has been a thrilling series. While Florida have three times missed the opportunity to claim the organization’s first title, one final victory will write the team into the history books. Edmonton's Stuart Skinner (left) makes a save from Florida's Sam Reinhart during Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final. Going into Game 7, I can’t really expect what kind of game it’s going to be.
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San Miguel Gate, Tohono O’odham Nation CNN —The thermometer hit 111 Fahrenheit as we rolled up to a battered tent deep in the Tohono O’odham Nation reservation in Arizona. Chairman Verlon Jose, leader of the Tohono O’odham Nation, considered addressing them, and then turned away. CNNPeople wait to be taken in by Border Patrol after crossing the US-Mexico border near the San Miguel gate on the Tohono O'odham reservation, Arizona in June 2024. Evelio Contreras/CNNYou could drive for miles on the sprawling Tohono O’odham reservation without encountering anyone beside the free-ranging cattle. Some Tohono O’odham Nation members put out water or food for the migrants, others are afraid to.
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Yet, more than Hawaii’s bubbling lava fields or Yellowstone’s sprawling supervolcano, it’s Mount Rainier that has many US volcanologists worried. “Mount Rainier keeps me up at night because it poses such a great threat to the surrounding communities. Mount Rainier, a snowcapped volcano, looms over Puyallup Valley near Orting, Washington. Mount St. Helens, which cataclysmically erupted in May 1980, ranked as second most hazardous before Mount Rainier in third place. USGS Cascades Volcano Observatory geophysicist Rebecca Kramer works on station PR05, part of the Mount Rainier lahar detection network.
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Editor’s note: A version of this story appeared in CNN’s Wonder Theory science newsletter. The Triceratops fossil emerged first as it eroded from the rock of the Hell Creek Formation in 2006. Across the universeAn artist's illustration shows a supermassive black hole as it wakes up at the center of a faraway galaxy. M. Kornmesser/ESOAstronomers are watching a supermassive black hole awakening in the middle of a distant galaxy for the first time. Sign up here to receive in your inbox the next edition of Wonder Theory, brought to you by CNN Space and Science writers Ashley Strickland and Katie Hunt.
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I talked to Samuel Freedman, a Columbia Journalism School professor, about his recent book about Humphrey and the 1948 Democratic convention in Philadelphia. The book’s title, “Into the Bright Sunshine,” is taken from a line in Humphrey’s rousing speech on civil rights. In 1968, the Democratic Party was operating under old rules in which primary voters actually had relatively little direct effect on delegates. When Strom Thurmond and the Dixiecrats bolted from the Democratic Party in 1948, that’s the beginning of the vast majority of the White South becoming Republicans, stepping away from the Democratic Party. Show me a major Republican politician in the MAGA movement who is a fervent supporter of civil rights legislation.
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They offered three pieces of Stoic advice for handling the anxiety of this year’s election. Many Stoic leaders would never be labeled as “idiotai.” They were passionately involved in politics and the pursuit of justice. Holiday says Aurelius wrote constantly about justice in his classic book, “Meditations.”Epictetus, the ancient Greek Stoic and philosopher. But the Stoic leaders were known for their courage in standing up to political tyrants. Stoic leaders may seem like distant figures encased in marble, but we can learn from them, Holiday says.
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In the words of Florida Panthers captain Aleksander Barkov, the Stanley Cup Final has become “everyone’s dream.”The Edmonton Oilers have come back from the brink, igniting imaginations and creating a unique chapter in NHL history. “Game 7, so everyone’s dream, and that’s why we need to be ready for Game 7,” Barkov told reporters. The home team in Game 7 has a 12-5 record in the Stanley Cup Final. Home advantage has helped historically, with the host team enjoying a 12-5 record in Game 7 of the Final. Hyman, who with 16 goals has scored the most in a single postseason since Joe Sakic had 18 in the 1996 Stanley Cup playoffs, summed up the Oilers’ position nicely.
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Both lay entangled in the Turkish net, sandwiched between a view of reality in front of them and the sound of insanity from Portugal’s fans behind them. So keen must Ronaldo have been to actually watch a Portugal goal being scored, he squared to Fernandes when in on goal for the third. Another, a fully-grown man, almost grappled the Portugal striker with his arm tightly around his neck, which Ronaldo then removed. Tim SpiersTurkey bring the noise, Ronaldo feels its forceWith 25,000 Turkey fans in Signal Iduna Park’s south stand — usually Borussia Dortmund’s Yellow Wall, today deep red — decibels became a construct. But here, in the shape of Portugal’s Ronaldo, there was a focal point to their anger, as well as their support.
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Whelan said he was aware that Gershkovich’s trial is scheduled to begin behind closed doors in the Russian city of Yekaterinburg next week. Gershkovich, who has been declared wrongfully detained, has also been charged with espionage, which he denies. And in my case, that’s 100% true, and I’m sure in Evan’s case, it’s 100% true. But people go to trial here and they’re automatically guilty, and then they’re given a sentence, and that’s it,” he said. “We put a substantial offer on the table to secure the release of Evan and Paul Whelan some months ago, as we said publicly; we’re continuing to work to secure their release.
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And don’t ask who else is coming. Romilly Newman, chef, food stylist, social media personality Don’t bring a guest to a seated dinner. Raul Tovar/Houses & Parties Rebecca Gardner Please don’t ask people to take off their shoes when entering your apartment. Bronson van Wyck Gosh, I don’t think you can avoid certain topics in 2024. But don’t think you’re décor.
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With any luck, if your employer has instituted a Summer Fridays policy, you’ll get to knock off work early or even take the whole day off. Only 13% of US employees, for instance, said their organizations had Summer Fridays, in a 2023 survey commissioned by consulting and research firm Gartner. Among US employers, a survey last year from HR consulting firm Mercer found that only 19% said they offered summer working hours, up from 15% in 2021. Nevertheless, some employees may have even better options today, thanks to the transformation of work culture spurred by the pandemic. But Caitlin Duffy, senior director of Gartner’s HR practice, said she wouldn’t be surprised if Summer Fridays become less of a featured benefit from employers because flexible work has become so much more prevalent.
Persons: you’ll, It’s, Mercer, Caitlin Duffy, wouldn’t, Duffy, she’s, , Rich Fuerstenberg, you’ve Organizations: New, New York CNN, Gartner, Pew Research Center Locations: New York
Extreme heat takes toll on outdoor workers
  + stars: | 2024-06-21 | by ( Alicia Wallace | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +11 min
There’s little to no escape from sweltering temperatures for construction workers like Eva Marroquin, who cleans work sites in Austin, Texas, and has worked in the industry for 17 years. Since 2010, she’s worked closely with the Workers Defense Project, an organization that advocates for protections for low-wage, immigrant workers in the Texas construction industry. Slowing down small businessesIt’s barely just now summer, and heatwaves are already slowing down small businesses, according to Homebase, which provides payroll software to more than 100,000 small businesses, covering 2 million hourly workers. “I think anything that impacts small businesses is affecting the economy as a whole,” he said, noting how small businesses account for half the jobs in the country. For herself, the high heat is more of an inconvenience; the car’s hotter and she just needs to pack some extra water.
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If you’ve ever had trouble getting a prescription drug, chances are you’ve run into a pharmacy benefit manager. These companies, known as P.B.M.s, play a crucial but often hidden role in deciding which drugs you can get and how much you will personally have to pay. They are middlemen in the maddeningly complex American health care system, working on behalf of your employer or government insurance programs like Medicare, which cover most of the costs of prescription drugs. is to save money on your medications. But The New York Times found that the three biggest P.B.M.s are often making you pay more than you should.
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The 40 Best Songs of 2024 (So Far)
  + stars: | 2024-06-20 | by ( Jon Pareles | Lindsay Zoladz | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
Every Friday, pop critics for The New York Times weigh in on the week’s most notable new songs. After six months of listening, here’s what they have on repeat. LINDSAY ZOLADZFollowing her worldwide 2023 hit “Water,” Tyla pulls away from temptation in “Safer,” harnessing the log-drum beat and sparse, subterranean bass lines of amapiano. Her choral call-and-response vocals carry South African tradition into the electronic wilderness of 21st-century romance. JON PARELESOne We MissedAt once strobe-lit and silky, Ariana Grande appropriately channels Robyn — the patron saint of crying in the club — on this nimbly sung, melancholic pop hit, a highlight from her bittersweet seventh album, “Eternal Sunshine.” ZOLADZ
Persons: Sabrina Carpenter, LINDSAY ZOLADZ, Tyla, JON PARELES, Ariana Grande, Robyn —, Organizations: The New York Times, Spotify, Apple Music
Donald Sutherland, whose ability to both charm and unsettle, both reassure and repulse, was amply displayed in scores of film roles as diverse as a laid-back battlefield surgeon in “M*A*S*H,” a ruthless Nazi spy in “Eye of the Needle,” a soulful father in “Ordinary People” and a strutting fascist in “1900,” died on Thursday in Miami. His son Kiefer Sutherland announced the death on social media. CAA, the talent agency that represented Mr. Sutherland, said he had died after an unspecified “long illness.”With his long face, droopy eyes, protruding ears and wolfish smile, the 6-foot-4 Mr. Sutherland was never anyone’s idea of a movie heartthrob. He often recalled that while growing up in eastern Canada, he once asked his mother if he was good-looking, only to be told, “No, but your face has a lot of character.” He recounted how he was once rejected for a film role by a producer who said: “This part calls for a guy-next-door type. You don’t look like you’ve lived next door to anyone.”
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If you did, you’d remember him, maybe a little uneasily. His voice could clear a range from excitedly high to a menacing bass that would make you feel like ducking for cover. His turn as the titular private detective opposite Jane Fonda in Alan Pakula’s 1971 “Klute” rides a tricky knife’s edge — is he a good guy? Sutherland worked constantly and, unlike some actors of his generation, never really seemed like he belonged to a single era. In the book, he’s sardonic and contemptuous of all but his oldest two daughters, Jane and Lizzy; the reader doesn’t walk away with particularly warm feelings about him.
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It affects children who inherit two copies of the sickle cell gene, one from each parent. Nigeria bears the highest burden, where as many as 150,000 babies are born with sickle cell disease annually – the most of any country. Adekunle Gold first wrote of his woes with sickle cell disease in 2022 in his song “5 Star.” Now, he is readying himself for a long-term commitment to advocacy, announcing the establishment of the Adekunle Gold Foundation, which will focus on addressing the needs of children battling sickle cell disease on the African continent. Larry Madowo: Why are you speaking up about sickle cell disease now and especially being very aggressive about this awareness? Nigerian singer Adekunle Gold is using his global platform to raise awareness of sickle cell disease, which disproportionally affects people in Africa.
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New York CNN —For all the mistakes and safety problems Boeing has managed under CEO Dave Calhoun’s watch — resulting in a dozen corporate whistleblowers, multiple groundings and a chunk of a plane’s fuselage literally blowing off in midair — virtually no one has held him to account. But when pressed on taking personal responsibility, Calhoun deflected, over and over. “I am proud of every action we have taken,” Calhoun said when pressed by Hawley on how he could possibly be proud of Boeing’s safety culture. “I don’t think the problem’s with the employees, actually, I think the problem’s with you. It’s the C-suite, it’s the management, it’s what you’ve done to this company,” Hawley said.
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Ask The Morning Anything
  + stars: | 2024-06-19 | by ( The Morning Team | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: 1 min
It’s been a busy news year, and our team at The Morning newsletter wants to know what questions are on our readers’ minds. Maybe you’ve got questions about how we write each day’s newsletter — we’re happy to answer those, too. Our team will read every response to this questionnaire and reach out to you if we’re interested in learning more about your story. We won’t publish any part of your response without following up with you first, verifying your information and hearing back from you. And we won’t share your contact information outside the Times newsroom or use it for any reason other than to get in touch with you.
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CNN —Astronomers are witnessing a never-before-seen spectacle in the cosmos: the awakening of a supermassive black hole at the center of a distant galaxy. In late 2019, a team of astronomers took notice of an otherwise unremarkable galaxy named SDSS1335+0728, 300 million light-years away in the Virgo constellation. “If so, this would be the first time that we see the activation of a massive black hole in real time.”Sleeping celestial giantsSupermassive black holes are classified as having masses more than 100,000 times that of our sun. “In the case of SDSS1335+0728, we were able to observe the awakening of the massive black hole, (which) suddenly started to feast on gas available in its surroundings, becoming very bright.”Previous research has pointed to inactive galaxies that appeared to become active after several years, which is usually triggered by black hole activity, but the process of a black hole awakening has never been directly observed before, until now, Hernández García said. The same scenario may play out with Sagittarius A*, the supermassive black hole at the center of the Milky Way, but astronomers aren’t sure how likely it is to occur, Ricci said.
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Jeff Landry signed legislation on Wednesday requiring the display of the Ten Commandments in every public classroom in Louisiana, making the state the only one with such a mandate and reigniting the debate over how porous the boundary between church and state should be. Critics, including the American Civil Liberties Union and the Freedom From Religion Foundation, vowed a legal fight against the law they deemed “blatantly unconstitutional.” But it is a battle that proponents are prepared, and in many ways, eager, to take on. “I can’t wait to be sued,” Mr. Landry said on Saturday at a Republican fund-raiser in Nashville, according to The Tennessean. And on Wednesday, as he signed the measure, he argued that the Ten Commandments contained valuable lessons for students. “If you want to respect the rule of law,” he said, “you’ve got to start from the original law giver, which was Moses.”
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CNN —Jeff Bezos, the billionaire owner of The Washington Post, broke his silence Tuesday on the mounting turmoil within his newspaper, expressing support for maintaining high standards at the storied publication as questions swirl over the ethical integrity of its new publisher, Will Lewis. Bezos added in the memo, which was obtained by CNN, that “it can’t be business as usual” at The Post, which has been plagued by financial and audience woes. With your support, we’ll do that and lead this great institution into the future,” Bezos wrote. “But, as the newsroom leaders who’ve been shaping and guiding our coverage, you also know our standards at The Post have always been very high. That can’t change — and it won’t.”“You have my full commitment on maintaining the quality, ethics, and standards we all believe in,” Bezos added.
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What to do when you have too much stuff and not enough storage space? Celebrate it. Storing some of that overflow out in the open can be a good solution when you’ve got a small space with few closets. Well-planned open storage — with wall shelves, pegs, hooks and other accessories — does two important things. “It’s provides functionality,” said Natalie Papier, the founder of Home Ec., an interior design firm in Charlotte, N.C., and a host of the reality TV show “Artfully Designed.” And “it can look like art on your walls.”Here’s how she and other designers turn what you may think of as clutter — that athletic gear, those personal mementos, your out-of-season coats and boots, old books and records — into something you want to show off.
Persons: you’ve, , Natalie Papier Organizations: Home Ec Locations: Charlotte, N.C
There is a certain irony in the bravado about the Ten Commandments from Gov. On Saturday he told attendees at a Republican fund-raiser, “I can’t wait to be sued.” Clearly, he knows that the Supreme Court previously ruled against mandatory displays of the Ten Commandments in the classroom. In a 1980 case, Stone v. Graham, the Supreme Court struck down a Kentucky law that required the posting of the Ten Commandments, purchased through private donations, in every classroom in the state. A Louisiana law requiring the display of the Ten Commandments in every public classroom in the state defies this precedent, so, yes, the state will be sued. So we’re seeing a flurry of culture-war-motivated state laws, many of them aimed at the First Amendment, that confront precedent.
Persons: Jeff Landry, , , Graham, “ you’ve, Moses Organizations: Gov, Republican Locations: Jeff Landry of Louisiana, Kentucky, Louisiana
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