Northern Lights: Here are the best tips to help you spot the stunning display in the US and abroad

This winter, head north and bring your warm hat and mittens with you as you watch the stunning Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, vividly light up the sky. The display is expected to be even stronger and brighter than it has been in the past because of the sun’s recent activity. “Recent observations of sunspots, …

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I’m a Matchmaker for Celebrities—it Always Comes Down to One Thing

My mother, Jill Kelleher, was a pioneer and trailblazer in the dating world in the 1980s. She was one of the United States’ original matchmakers working on a commercial-based marketing level, where people paid her for the purpose of meeting their ideal partner. Her business existed in the days before computers and dating apps, with …

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Voters in Hesse, Bavaria seen dealing mid-term blow to Scholz’s coalition

[1/5] BERLIN, Oct 8 – Germany’s opposition conservatives are expected to win another term in the Hesse and Bavaria state elections on Sunday, seen dealing a blow to Chancellor Olaf Scholz’s center-left coalition and attesting to the rise of the far-right. Worries about national issues like migration, the cost of the green transition and stagnation …

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Ellen Burstyn, 90, suggests ageism in Hollywood is a myth

Ellen Burstyn questioned if ageism in Hollywood is a myth as the actress revealed that her career is busier than “ever” at the age of 90. During a conversation with her “Law and Order: Organized Crime” co-star Christopher Meloni for Interview magazine, Burstyn expressed her surprise over being offered so many roles in her later …

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Ukraine ‘Running Rings’ Around Russia Amid Crimea Wins: Ex-General

Russia’s weakened military appears unable to deal with Ukraine’s multi-theater offensive effort, according to a former commander of U.S. Army Europe, with Kyiv’s varied attacks wreaking havoc in in southern Ukraine, Crimea, and even within Russian borders. Retired Lieutenant General Ben Hodges told Newsweek in an interview that the “Ukrainian General Staff is running rings …

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Afghanistan earthquake death toll rises to 2,000 people: Taliban officials

The death toll from powerful earthquakes in western Afghanistan is estimated to be 2,000 people, a senior Taliban leader has said, adding that the toll might further go up in one of the deadliest quakes to hit the country in two decades. Suhail Shaheen, the Taliban spokesperson based in Qatar, told Al Jazeera that many …

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North Korea to let doping officials back in for testing

North Korea has been largely closed off from the outside world since early 2020, when it shut its borders because of the Covid pandemic. The World Anti-Doping Agency declared North Korea’s national anti-doping body “non-compliant” in 2021 because it was unable to get its testers into the country and imposed sanctions. But border restrictions appear …

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On this day in history, October 8, 1871, the Great Chicago Fire erupts, killing 300 people

A devastating fire broke out in a barn on the southwest side of Chicago, Illinois on this day in history on Oct. 8, 1871.  Known as The Great Chicago Fire, the blaze burned through the heart of the Windy City, killing 300 people and leaving one-third of the city’s population homeless, according to National Geographic.  …

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X to Test Three Tiers of Service in Latest Musk Overhaul

(Bloomberg) — Elon Musk’s X Corp., giving bankers an update on efforts to reinvigorate growth, said that it’s testing three tiers of premium service, which would allow the company to charge customers different amounts depending on how many ads are shown.  The premium plan, which currently costs $7.99 a month, would be split into Basic, …

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