Month: September 2021

7:30 AM ET [Editor’s note: A trio of Power 5 programs join our list of Bottom 10 regulars, all setting up this week’s colossal showdown between UConn and Vanderbilt.] Inspirational thought of the week: There’ve been times in my lifeI’ve been wondering whyStill, somehow I believed we’d always surviveNow, I’m not so sureYou’re waiting here,
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Katie Price has pleaded guilty to drink-driving, driving while disqualified, and driving without insurance after a crash near her home in Sussex. The former glamour model has appeared at Crawley Magistrates’ Court following Tuesday morning’s collision on the B2135 near Partridge Green. Price, 43, had been charged with driving while unfit to drive through drink,
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In this article SINGAPORE — Southeast Asia is going through an energy transition and there’s opportunity to scale up renewables in the region, according to the chief executive officer of a Philippines-based energy firm. “We’re very bullish on renewables, obviously, in Southeast Asia,” said John Eric Francia of AC Energy, adding that the company has
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NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope has given new insights into Jupiter’s Great Red Spot. Researchers have noticed that the speed of the winds in the massive planetary storm has increased over the last decade. This observation came after the analysis of Hubble’s regular “storm reports”. The average speed of the winds near the boundary has increased by
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Retailer Next has called for the government to take a “more decisive” approach as it warned a lack of foreign workers could hamper Christmas shopping deliveries. The business, led by Conservative peer Lord Wolfson, suggested that after the “widely predicted” HGV driver shortage crisis it should act to avert further looming problems in areas such
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North Korea has claimed it has developed a new hypersonic missile following a test flight on Tuesday. If true it would represent a significant step forward in Pyongyang’s military technology. The North’s announcement came a day after the South Korean and Japanese militaries said they detected North Korea firing a ballistic missile into sea. Hypersonic
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) today announced it has achieved its summer goal of signing up at least 125 communities for the Solar Automated Permit Processing (SolarAPP+) tool — a free, DOE-developed web-based platform that allows local governments to instantly approve residential solar installation permits. Now that 127 localities are signed
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