Board and You charcuterie shop cuts ribbon on new café
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The only road to the village was flooded and the water just kept getting higher, says Asiyah, 38, who like many Indonesians uses only one name. EDITOR’S NOTE: This story is part of an ongoing series exploring the lives of people around the world who have been forced to move because of rising seas, drought, searing temperatures and other things caused or exacerbated by climate change. Java, home to some 145 million people and the Indonesian capital Jakarta, is the most populated island in the world.
- Devils Lake Daily Journal
Here are three 9B - Region 3 football storylines to watch as the regular season nears its end.
- KTNV - Las Vegas Scripps
A convicted murderer who escaped Southern Desert Correctional Facility in Indian Springs is back in maximum security prison in Ely. Read more at ktnv.com/news/crime
- Associated Press
Bodies floated amid splintered wreckage in the water off a Greek island Thursday as the death toll from the sinking of two migrant boats rose to 21, with many still missing. The boats went down hundreds of miles apart, in one case prompting a dramatic overnight rescue effort, as residents and firefighters pulled shipwrecked migrants to safety up steep cliffs. The deadly incidents stoked tension between neighbors Greece and Turkey, which are locked in a heated dispute over migration and maritime boundaries.
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Arizona voters this November will decide whether to allow students regardless of their immigration status to obtain financial aid and cheaper in-state tuition at state universities and community colleges. "And while I very much sympathize with so-called Dreamers or individuals who no fault of their own have been brought to this country, the reality is their immigration status does not qualify them for in-state tuition.”
The Cowan family has been using their haunted house to raise money for their daughter's terminal illness for the last nine years. This year, San Bernardino has shut it down.
(Bloomberg) -- North Korea fired two suspected short-range ballistic missiles toward waters where a U.S. aircraft carrier had been deployed, ratcheting up tensions in the region.Most Read from BloombergTrump Says US Agency Packed Top-Secret Documents. These Emails Suggest Otherwise.Musk Revives $44 Billion Twitter Bid, Aiming to Avoid TrialMar-a-Lago Documents Included Pardons, Emails, Legal BillsSecretive Chip Startup May Help Huawei Circumvent US SanctionsStocks Take Breather After Furious Ral
Having dodged most of the fuel-driven surge in inflation plaguing its neighbours, Switzerland is moving ahead with plans to boost its energy security and lock in tame power prices - but only reluctantly. Switzerland's focus on hydropower, which Energy Minister Simonetta Sommaruga calls "the backbone" of its electricity production, has helped shelter the country compared with others from soaring oil and gas costs, but it is far from immune. Sommaruga believes the Swiss have been woken up to a need to wean themselves off fossil fuels by the European power crisis since Russia's invasion of Ukraine, and by the risk of energy rationing in a worst-case scenario this winter.
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Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was released from a Jerusalem hospital on Thursday, his party said, a day after he was admitted complaining of chest pains. Netanyahu, 72, was taken to the city's Shaarei Tzedek hospital late Wednesday after feeling unwell at synagogue services for the Jewish fasting day of Yom Kippur. The former prime minister is now returning to work and already went on his morning walk, his Likud party said, thanking the staff at the cardiology department and intensive care unit for their help.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by Erin O’Flynn/The Daily BeastFirst, she stopped FBI special agents from even glancing at the classified documents they recovered from Mar-a-Lago. Then she appointed a special court referee that former President Donald Trump wanted to slow down the investigation over his mishandling of classified documents.But now, it’s clear District Court Judge Aileen Cannon already knew the Department of Justice was ready to hand Trump back a ton of personal records six days before she cla
The Republican U.S. Senate candidate claimed to have no idea who the woman could be. But apparently she's the mother of one of his kids.
Another day, another slay.
- Business Insider
Trump said the FBI found classified documents at his home because federal workers packed them. But emails Bloomberg got show boxes were already packed when movers arrived.
Emails show a GSA agent repeatedly telling Trump's team they can't use tax dollars to ship personal items, including gifts and a Trump painting.
The Georgia Republican accused the transportation secretary of trying to “emasculate the way we drive” by supporting electric cars.
- Yahoo Life
Carmen Dell’Orefice, oldest living supermodel, poses nude in stunning photoshoot: 'We're not finished until the day we’re finished'
"You learn something from the day before, and you're constantly changing yourself like the hands of a clock," Dell'Orefice said.
- NBC Sports BayArea
For Dusty Baker, there is zero debate regarding who the true home run king is.
Plus, what he made when he moved from New England Patriots to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
A teacher in Iredell County is accused of sending a nude image and sexually explicit video of herself to a student, according to the sheriff’s office.
- Rams Wire
Wagner is not amused by the streaker's action, and showed no remorse for his actions.
The former president's legal team “made the mistake of using a word that they have not used before," said "The Last Word” anchor.