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Dead – yes, dead – tardigrade found beneath Antarctica

Scientists find remains of a tardigrade and crustaceans in a deep, frozen Antarctic lake. The creatures' origin is unknown, and further study is ongoing. Biology speaks up about Antarctica's history. None So it turns out our favorite real-world superheroes, tardigrades, aren't completely indestructible. But even in death, they continue to amaze. Scientists boring a hole one kilometer beneath the ice deep within a buried Antarctic lake recently got a bit of a shock. They came across the remains...
Tags: Water, Discovery, Oceans, Microbiology, Innovation, Antarctica, Biodiversity, Glacier, Antarctic, Adams, National Science Foundation, Tardigrade, Adam, Harwood, Byron Adams, Biosphere

Steven Adams is the Evolutionary Bill Laimbeer, and I Am Here For It

One of the best things about the contemporary NBA is that the league is overflowing with villains, great players that it’s easy to root against. It’s just as easy to love LeBron as to hate LeBron, to love or hate the Warriors, to love or hate James Harden or Kyrie Irving or John Wall. You could heat these guys’ guts, and love their entertainment value as heels at the same time. One of the very best heels is Oklahoma City center Steven Adams, the New Zealand-born, ponytail-clad, Aquaman-resemb...
Tags: New Zealand, Nba, Philadelphia, San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City, Russell Westbrook, Adams, Wizards, James Harden, Kyrie Irving, Steven Adams, Draymond Green, Gregg Popovich, Jimmy Butler, Marc Gasol, Jerami Grant

Hot-shooting Lakers stun Thunder in overtime road win

Los Angeles Lakers center Tyson Chandler (5) shoots over Oklahoma City Thunder forward Paul George (13) during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Oklahoma City, Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki) Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook (0) and Los Angeles Lakers center Ivica Zubac (40) reach for a rebound during the first half of an NBA basketball game in Oklahoma City, Thursday, Jan. 17, 2019. (AP Photo/Sue Ogrocki) Sound The gallery will resume in seco...
Tags: Sports, Oklahoma City Thunder, Sport, Soccer, Nba, Lebron James, Los Angeles Lakers, Ball, Lakers, Oklahoma City, Russell Westbrook, Adams, Paul George, The Lakers, Hart, Westbrook

RB Leipzig's Adams eyes 'dream' Bundesliga debut vs. Pulisic and Dortmund

Raphael Honigstein takes a trip to Marbella in southern Spain to meet Christian Pulisic and Borussia Dortmund on their warm weather training camp. RB Leipzig midfielder Tyler Adams is hoping for a dream debut against his fellow United States international Christian Pulisic as the club host Borussia Dortmund when the Bundesliga resumes after its winter break this weekend. Adams, 19, is the latest United States youngster to try and make his mark in Germany, having joined RB Leipzig from New York ...
Tags: Germany, Football, Spain, Sport, Story, United States, Borussia Dortmund, New York Red Bulls, German Bundesliga, Leipzig, Bremen, Marbella, Christian Pulisic, Adams, Raphael Honigstein, Tyler Adams

Huskies hire Adams to coach wide receivers

Junior Adams, who served as the offensive coordinator at Western Kentucky for the past two seasons, will join Washington's staff as wide receivers coach.
Tags: Washington, Football, Adams, Western Kentucky, Junior Adams

Anatomy of a Scene: How Christian Bale Uses Silence to Speak Volumes in ‘Vice’

The writer-director Adam McKay discusses a quiet scene from his film that changes the course of history.
Tags: Movies, News, Christian, Bale, Cheney, Dick, Adam Mckay, Amy, Adams, Adam, McKay, Vice (Movie

Critic’s Pick: Ansel Adams in a New Light

The National Parks are in partial shutdown. But America’s wilderness shines in a show at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston that reveals how human intervention has changed purple mountains’ majesty.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, California, Boston, America, Ansel Adams, Adams, Museum of Fine Arts, Ansel, Museum of Fine Arts (Boston, Wilderness Areas, Yosemite National Park (Calif

Argument analysis: When is the government not really the government for immunity from tort liability?

In Thacker v. Tennessee Valley Authority, the government contends (and the lower courts agreed) that the TVA should be immune from tort liability to shield executive policy-making, even when the TVA is engaged in arguably commercial activity. The petitioner, Gary Thacker, argues that an entirely different analysis applies to the TVA, which Congress has made broadly subject to suit without expressly preserving policy immunity. Ann O’Connell Adams, assistant to the U.S. solicitor general (Art Li...
Tags: Featured, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, United States, Adams, Sonia Sotomayor, TVA, John Roberts, Roberts, Alito, Rouse, Tennessee River, Sotomayor, Stephen Breyer, Breyer

​Americans now more likely to die from opioids than car crashes

Each American has about a 1 in 7,569 chance of dying from an opioid overdose, according to a National Safety Council report. The probability of dying in a motor vehicle accident is 1 in 8,096.The death rate for opioids is now six times higher than it was in 1999, with about 130 Americans dying every day from the drugs.Narcan is a life-saving drug that can stop opioid overdoses in their tracks, however factors like stigma and cost are preventing this antidote from becoming more accessible. None F...
Tags: Health, Drugs, Policy, Mental Health, Public Health, United States, Innovation, Addiction, Associated Press, Npr, Council, Wood, Narcotics, Adams, Harvard Law School, Stephen Wood

'Protest Kitchen' Is Often, Like Our Politics, Unsettling

None "We live in an unsettled time in politics." "It's easy to feel overwhelmed." It's hard to argue either statement and perhaps that is why Carol J. Adams and Virginia Messina open their book Protest Kitchen: Fight Injustice, Save the Planet, and Fuel Your Resistance One Meal at a Time with these lines. And while Adams and Messina would definitely agree that donating to Planned Parenthood, voting, or volunteering at a local animal shelter are excellent ways of bringing about positive chang...
Tags: Music, Politics, Review, Book Review, Animal Welfare, Veganism, Resistance, Adams, Messina, Protest kitchen, Carol J Adams, Virginia messina, Conari press, L Orange Drain the Swamp Kitchen Cabinet Compote, Wall Taco Salad Bowl

Tomahawk #118 - Neal Adams cover

Neal Adams Tomahawk v1 #118, 1968 - Monochromatic greens are punctuated by touches of red on this spacious Neal Adams cover. Tomahawk's figure dominates the foreground, his limbs dividing the layout into four quadrants. Though ably drawn, Adams' composition is what captures your attention. Other artists in this issue include Frank Thorne. This is number 3 of 13 Tomahawk issues with Adams art [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Adams, Ted Ignacio, Neal Adams, Frank Thorne

Ohio Hunters Harvest More Than 14,000 Deer During Muzzleloader Season

Ohio Hunters Harvest More Than 14,000 Deer During Muzzleloader Season COLUMBUS, OH – -( Hunters checked 14,182 white-tailed deer during Ohio’s muzzleloader season, Jan. 5-8, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). During last year’s muzzleloader season, 13,268 white-tailed deer were checked. Hunters still have opportunities to pursue deer this winter, as archery season remains open through Sunday, Feb. 3 2019. The ODNR Division of Wildlife remains committed...
Tags: Guns, Washington, America, Williams, Fairfield, Athens, Warren, Miami, Ohio, Knox, Jackson, Madison, Delaware, Ross, Montgomery, Hamilton

Damon Key Team Argues Bad Faith Case Before Hawaii Supreme Court

    Our Damon Key team argued a bad faith case before the Hawaii Supreme Court today,  Adams v. Hawaii Medical Service Association , SCWC-15-0000396.     Pictured below: Joanna Zigler, Rafael del Castillo, Tred Eyerly and Robert Thomas. [Author: Tred Eyerly]
Tags: Insurance, Administrative, Adams, Hawaii Supreme Court, Robert Thomas, Hawaii Medical Service Association, Tred Eyerly, Damon Key, Joanna Zigler Rafael del Castillo Tred Eyerly

Things to do in the San Fernando Valley, LA area Jan. 11-18

    Richard Diebenkorn, Untitled, 1949, on display Jan. 12 to March 31 at the Frederick R. Weisman Museum at Pepperdine University in Malibu. (Photo courtesy of the Richard Diebenkorn Foundation)   There’s always something fascinating to do in the San Fernando Valley and greater Los Angeles area. Here is a sampling of entertainments this week and also save-the-date events to put on your calendar.   EVENTS   So You’re Dining with the Persian Emperor: Charles Perry, president and co-foun...
Tags: Books, Events, Local News, Music + Concerts, Theater, Things to Do, Art, Comedy, Dance, Museum, Music, San Fernando Valley, Top Stories LADN

Man ruled incompetent for trial in boy’s water slide push

HASTINGS, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota judge has found a 19-year-old man incompetent to stand trial on charges he pushed an 8-year-old boy off a slide at a suburban Minneapolis water park last summer. Judge Timothy McManus decided Tuesday the case against Roman Adams of Maple Grove cannot proceed because of “mental illness.” Adams faces […]
Tags: News, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Nation, Adams, Maple Grove, HASTINGS Minn AP, Timothy McManus, Roman Adams

LAUSD teacher strike update: Judge rejects district claim, paving way for 30,000 teachers to walk out Monday

A judge has issued a ruling that allows the Los Angeles Unified School District’s teachers union to proceed with a strike on Monday, setting the stage for 30,000 teachers to walk out of the district’s schools. An attorney for L.A. Unified had argued that UTLA did not give official notice to the district of a strike until Jan. 3, when it called for a strike on Thursday, Jan. 10. According to the current teacher’s contract, either side must give official notice that they plan to terminate the cont...
Tags: News, Education, Sport, Green, Soccer, Lausd, Local News, Adams, Los Angeles Unified School District, UTLA, Josh Adams, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF, Top Stories Breeze, Top Stories LBPT

Philip Glass and John Adams on a Bowie-Inspired New Symphony

The two eminences of American music are collaborating on the premiere of Mr. Glass’s new work, based on Bowie’s 1979 album “Lodger.”
Tags: News, Glass, David, Classical Music, Brian, John Adams, Philip Glass, Philip, Bowie, Adams, Eno, Los Angeles Philharmonic, John (1947-, Bowie Inspired New Symphony

First Look, Take Two: Mizuno ST 190 Drivers & Fairway Woods

Seven days into 2019 and we have to ask: Are you overloaded with new product launch stories yet? Last week was – to quote Dickie Roberts – nucking futts, with TEN launch stories in only three days. Friday was wall-to-wall Callaway: SIX new products, a social media blitzkrieg, and a live webcast. The only thing missing was a ticker-tape parade through downtown Carlsbad. You may find it exhilarating or tiring, but it sure as hell isn’t boring. Today is Mizuno’s turn. The launch of the new ST 190 f...
Tags: Sport, Golf, Atmos, Adams, Callaway, Fairway Woods, Taylormade, USGA, Mizuno, Cor, New Releases, MyGolfSpy, Mizzy, Chris Voshall, Voshall, Cortech

Adams’ double-double helps S. Utah beat Weber St. 90-82, OT

OGDEN, Utah (AP) — Andre Adams tied his career best with 18 points and grabbed a career-high 11 rebounds to help Southern Utah beat Weber State 90-82 in overtime Saturday night and snap a four-game skid. Adams, who redshirted last season after transferring from Arizona State, has back-to-back double-doubles — the first two of his […]
Tags: Utah, News, Sports, Adams, Weber, Arizona State, Southern Utah, Andre Adams, OGDEN Utah AP

Savage Sword of Conan #54 - Neal Adams art

Savage Sword of Conan v1 #54, 1980 - Neal Adams contributes to a single page in this issue, providing the inks on a Conan vs. snake demons pin-up. Carl Potts' composition is generally mediocre. The pencils do benefit from the additional fine detailing, but only marginally. Note also how Adams' division of light and dark increases both depth and perspective. Both artists' signatures appear on the [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Conan, Adams, Ted Ignacio, Neal Adams, Savage Sword of Conan, Carl Potts

Watch Wells Adams Make Lipstick and Further Prove He Is the Perfect Man

Bite Beauty has begun rolling out videos with the hashtag #HotGuysMakingLipstick, and for its first, the brand has enlisted The Bachelorette alum Wells Adams. It's not uncommon for members of Bachelor nation to get in on that #sponcon - look at all those teeth whitening and Sugar Bear hair gummy ads - but this is one we can swoon to on repeat. The concept is simple: Bite invites hot guys into its factory, and you get to watch them swirl together the ingredients of your lipsticks. Adams has chose...
Tags: Celebrity, Beauty, Lipstick, Adams, Sarah Hyland, Beauty News, Bite Beauty, Wells Adams, Crystal Creme Shimmer Lip Crayon

Adams peak und das Ende der Welt

Mittwoch den 19. Dezember sind Arielle Denise Hannah Romi und ich mit dem Zug von Ella nach Hatton gefahren. Fr einmal war der Zug relativ leer und wir bekamen sogar einen Sitzplatz D Es war eine schne und ruhige Fahrt whrend der wir Tom aus
Tags: Travel, Adams, Tom, Zug, Mittwoch, Arielle Denise Hannah Romi, Ella nach Hatton

Adams peak and the worlds end

On Wednesday December 19th my friends Arielle Denise Hannah Romi and I left Ella and took a train to Hatton. For once the train was quite empty and we actually got seats D It was a nice and quiet train ride and we met a very nice guy from Austria
Tags: Travel, Adams, Ella, Hatton, Arielle Denise Hannah Romi

First Look – TaylorMade M5 & M6 Drivers, Fairways and Hybrids

We’ve already said we think 2019 will be the best year for drivers ever. There’s a convergence, like a golfing solar eclipse, where for the first time in years Callaway, Ping, and TaylorMade are all launching their flagship drivers at roughly the same time. That’s in addition to new offerings from Titleist, Wilson, Srixon, Tour Edge, PXG, and seemingly countless others. Callaway and Ping had fantastic 2018’s at retail. TaylorMade had a good year too, despite experiencing some growing pains follo...
Tags: Jailbreak, Texas, Sport, Golf, Pga Tour, Rocket, Dustin Johnson, Mcc, Atmos, Adams, Callaway, CNC, Mike McCarthy, Taylormade, Ping, USGA

Jamal Adams throws support behind Kliff Kingsbury for Jets head coach

The list of candidates for the New York Jets coaching job is approaching double-digits as they cast a wide net in search of a replacement for Todd Bowles. While many of the candidates have previous NFL experience, it’s a candidate that has zero NFL coaching experience that is of interest to the team’s star young safety Jamal Adams. Former Texas Tech head coach coach and one-time Jets quarterback Kliff Kingsbury received the support of Adams in a tweet on Tuesday evening.
Tags: News, NFL, Jets, New York Jets, Adams, Todd Bowles, Kliff Kingsbury, Jamal Adams, Jamal Adams Former Texas Tech

Adams blames Jets' season on lack of talent

Jamal Adams blamed the New York Jets' 4-12 season on a lack of talent, not coaching, essentially challenging general manager Mike Maccagnan to upgrade the roster in the offseason.
Tags: NFL, New York Jets, Adams, Mike Maccagnan, Jamal Adams

Neal Adams / Bernie Wrightson original artwork - DC Special #11 cover

Neal Adams / Bernie Wrightson Original cover from DC Special #11, showcasing the talents of Neal Adams and Bernie Wrightson. - - - - - - - - - - Home / Artworks / Adams artworks / Wrightson artworks >Adams original artworks >Wrightson original artworks [Author: Ted Ignacio]
Tags: Comics, Adams, Wrightson, Ted Ignacio, Neal Adams, Bernie Wrightson, Neal Adams Bernie Wrightson

No. 17 Syracuse beats No. 15 West Virginia 34-18

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Abdul Adams and Trishton Jackson made their Syracuse debuts memorable, combining to score three touchdowns and helping the 17th-ranked Orange secure their first 10-win season since 2001 by topping No. 15 West Virginia 34-18 in the Camping World Bowl on Friday. Adams rushed for two first-half scores, and Jackson hauled in […]
Tags: News, Sports, West Virginia, Ap, Jackson, Syracuse, Adams, Orlando Fla, Abdul Adams, Trishton Jackson

Packers’ Davante Adams questionable for Lions game

GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Packers receiver Davante Adams is questionable for Green Bay’s season finale against the Detroit Lions because of a knee injury. Adams missed the first two days of practice this week, though he did say that he was optimistic that would be able to play. Adams needs to two catches and […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Detroit Lions, Lions, Adams, Green Bay, Packers, GREEN BAY Wis, Davante Adams