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    Needing a nap each afternoon could be a sign that you're at risk of a stroke, a study suggests. Chinese researchers examined the daytime sleeping habits of 60,000 middle-aged and elderly Britons, tracking their health for 15 years. Results revealed those who 'usually' napped were 12 per cent more likely to develop high blood pressure, compared to those who 'never' got 40 winks. And they were nearly a quarter more likely to suffer a stroke. However, experts at Xiangya Hospital Central South University in Hunan doubt naps themselves are to blame.  Instead, always needing a 'siesta' could simply be a sign of poor sleep quality, which, over the years, has repeatedly been linked to high blood pressure. And those who don't sleep enough are more likely to be in poor health, such as being overweight. Chinese researchers, who examined the daytime sleeping habits of 60,000 middle-aged and elderly Britons, found that those who 'usually' nap are a tenth more likely to develop high blood pressure, compared to those who 'never' nap  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next ...
    (CNN)A 17-year-old boy has been arrested for a shooting in the Bronx Friday that killed a 16-year-old girl and wounded two other teenagers, New York police said. The suspect was arrested Saturday morning on charges of murder, attempted murder and criminal possession of a weapon, New York Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell said at a news conference. CNN has reached out to the Bronx District Attorney's Office to inquire about arraignment.A 16-year-old identified as Angellyh Yambo died as a result of the shooting, which police previously said occurred during a dispute between two individuals as the victims walked home from school just before 2 p.m. Friday afternoon. Surveillance video shows two individuals gesturing to each other from opposite sides of the street, police said, before one pulled out a gun and started firing. Read MoreThe two other victims -- a 17-year-old boy who was shot in the buttocks and another 16-year-old girl shot in the shin -- were in stable condition Saturday afternoon, police said. The female victims were about half a block away from the shooter, while the male victim...
    It will be time to "Spring Ahead" overnight, but first, a late-winter storm will plow through the region bringing damaging wind gusts that could cause power outages and a mix of rain, sleet and snow with some parts of the Northeast expected to see a foot of snow or more on Saturday, March 12. Areas in light blue in the first image above should see between 1 and 3 inches of snowfall, according to AccuWeather.com. Farther inland, in Columbia blue, 3 to 6 inches is forecast.  Areas in blue should see 6 to 12 inches with some spots in upstate New York and northern New England (shown in dark blue) expected to get 12 to 18 inches of accumulation, with snowfall rates up to an inch an hour possible from midday to late in the afternoon Saturday. For a closer look at areas expected to see heavy snowfall and the highest accumulation amounts from the National Weather Service, click on the second image above. Click on the third image above to see projected arrival times for snowfall from west to...
    It will be time to "Spring Ahead" overnight, but first, a late-winter storm will sweep through the region bringing damaging wind gusts that could cause power outages and a mix of rain, sleet and snow with some parts of the Northeast expected to see a foot of snow or more on Saturday, March 12. Areas in light blue in the first image above should see between 1 and 3 inches of snowfall, according to AccuWeather.com. Farther inland, in Columbia blue, 3 to 6 inches is forecast.  Areas in blue should see 6 to 12 inches with some spots in upstate New York and northern New England (shown in dark blue) expected to get 12 to 18 inches of accumulation, with snowfall rates up to an inch an hour possible from midday to late in the afternoon Saturday. For a closer look at areas expected to see heavy snowfall and the highest accumulation amounts from the National Weather Service, click on the second image above. Click on the third image above to see projected arrival times for snowfall from west to...
    Do you struggle to get a good night’s rest? In the wake of the coronavirus, millions more are reporting trouble sleeping — so much so that renowned consultant neurologist and sleep expert Professor Guy Leschziner believes we are on the brink of a global epidemic of sleep problems, as he warned on Saturday in the first part of his guide to help you beat insomnia. Whether your struggles with sleep are caused by stress, lifestyle changes, illness or are a symptom of long-Covid, there are many steps you can take to significantly improve your sleep — and pills are usually not the answer. We learned in yesterday’s Mail On Sunday how cognitive behavioural therapy techniques coupled with strategic sessions of controlled sleep deprivation can bring impressive results, helping to retrain your brain to view your bedroom as a haven of nourishing rest. But your lifestyle may also be contributing to your problems. In the third part of our series, Professor Leschziner helps you to identify your personal ‘sleep saboteurs’ — and offers his expert prescription of practical tips to help...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) — South Florida woke up to the chilly low-50s Saturday morning. The western cities in Broward even dipped into the upper 40s like in Weston, Davie, Tamarac, and Southwest Ranches. After a chilly morning, Saturday afternoon temperatures will recover nicely into the mid-70s, which is a seasonable high temperature for this time of the year in South Florida. READ MORE: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Events In South Florida Saturday Afternoon Forecast. (CBS4) Sunshine and dry weather will prevail throughout Saturday but this quickly ends on Sunday. Another strong cold front will march in by early Sunday afternoon with a line of storms that have the potential to become severe. Gusty winds and heavy rain are the main threats with this band of showers and storms. A fast warm-up is expected ahead of the approaching cold front with highs on Sunday hitting the 80-degree mark across South Florida, some warmer temperatures are possible in the inland cities. The line of storms will roll through Broward, Miami-Dade, and the Keys during the early afternoon hours on Sunday....
    CASTAIC, Calif. (AP) — Firefighters were making progress on a wildfire that jumped across a Southern California freeway and spread across dry hillsides while a new blaze forced residents of a Northern California community to evacuate. The fire broke out Saturday afternoon near Castaic in northern Los Angeles County. Pushed by 10-15mph (16-24 kph) winds, the blaze chewed through tinder-dry brush and jumped across the busy freeway, spread across more than a half of a square mile. The California Highway Patrol closed a stretch of the interstate for several hours as air tankers dropped bright-orange retardant on the flames. A large flareup sent heavy smoke drifting toward freeway lanes Sunday afternoon, the CHP reported. Two firefighters were taken to the hospital to treat burn injuries, said Andrew Mitchell, a spokesman for the Angeles National Forest. Officials said the fire was about 63% contained Sunday, adding that firefighters made progress overnight with the help of water-dropping aircraft and an aggressive ground attack, Mitchell said. He said crews would take advantage of the beginning of a cooling trend Sunday to build containment...
    The shots that killed a young girl at a high school football game in Delaware County Friday night most likely came from responsive police gunfire, authorities said. The incident reportedly began with gunshots in the 900 block of Coates Street. That gunfire included a shot in the direction of three Sharon Hill police officers monitoring the crowd exiting the Academy Park High School football stadium, which struck and injured a civilian, DA Jack Stollsteimer said in a statement released Thursday afternoon. In response to the gunfire, the officers discharged their guns.  "There is a high probability that the responsive gunfire of the Sharon Hill Police Officers struck four victims, including the shots that killed 8-year-old Fanta Bility and wounded her 12-year-old sister," Stollsteimer said. "Our investigation is still in its early stages and we have a lot more work to do. I am asking again for the community’s help in identifying all the individuals involved in the altercation and the gunfire on Coates Street that led to this tragedy." "My staff and I grieve for the Bility family, who I met with again this morning, as well as...
    Youth sports are spreading Covid-19, health officials warn Covid cases hit 2 million in Iran meteoric spike © Provided by INSIDER Grant Harrold is the former butler to the Prince of Wales. Jack Stooks, Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images for Ascot Racecourse Grant Harrold was Prince Charles' butler from 2004 until 2011. I enrolled at Harrold's butler school, where he taught me the basics of the profession. I learned that the British stereotype of what it means to be a butler is changing for the better. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I've known Grant Harrold, former butler to Prince Charles, for two years. During that time, we've spoken about almost everything royal related, from quarantine etiquette to how to master the Queen's iconic wave, and even his opinion on "The Crown." We never spoke about what it takes to become a royal butler - until a couple of weeks ago, when I enrolled at his butler school. © Jack Stooks Grant Harrold. Jack Stooks Harrold, who worked at the royal household from 2004 until 2011, opened...
    Grant Harrold is the former butler to the Prince of Wales. Jack Stooks, Stuart C. Wilson/Getty Images for Ascot Racecourse Grant Harrold was Prince Charles' butler from 2004 until 2011. I enrolled at Harrold's butler school, where he taught me the basics of the profession.  I learned that the British stereotype of what it means to be a butler is changing for the better. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I've known Grant Harrold, former butler to Prince Charles, for two years. During that time, we've spoken about almost everything royal related, from quarantine etiquette to how to master the Queen's iconic wave, and even his opinion on "The Crown." We never spoke about what it takes to become a royal butler — until a couple of weeks ago, when I enrolled at his butler school. Grant Harrold. Jack Stooks Harrold, who worked at the royal household from 2004 until 2011, opened the school at Blenheim Palace in 2015. The 10-day course, which costs $5,500 (£4,000) per person, has temporarily closed its doors due to...
    New York : It is well known that eat enough protein throughout the day it is an essential part of a healthy and well-balanced lifestyle. In general we can say that intake quality proteinIt is a good dietary supplement at any time of the day; However, it is a fact that there are times when they can be much more useful for health and others when it will be better to avoid them. Various nutritionists and doctors agree that the best time of day to eat protein is in the afternoon, which is when energy levels tend to drop. In such a way that betting on the variants of high biological value is usually related to great satiating power and the reason is that Proteins positively stimulate hormones that don’t make you feel full. This hormone is leptin, which is also responsible for regulating appetite, its main function is to inhibit food intake and increase energy expenditure, which helps to keep body weight stable. He is also responsible for generate the satiety signal in the brain. In such a...
    They found a total of 123 regions within the human genome related to napping. Depending on the activity to which each person is dedicated, the work or study days have become extensive. Tiredness strikes in the middle of the day and many experts recommend a nap evening. However, we all know that character unable to negotiate eye rest in the afternoons. Even if he did nothing. Therefore, for them there is new information: that condition could be in the genes. Daily Mail Review that there is a study that specifically explains the need for a nap in the day. And of course, it is something that they directly relate to DNA from each person. In the first place, they explain that it is an investigation that has more than 450 one thousand participants. The researchers of the Hospital of Massachusetts took data from Biobank of Kingdom United. There they detailed the genetic information of 452,633 people who reported if they take naps and the frequency with which they do so. Interestingly, those who claimed to take them and did...
    LOS ANGELES (AP) — A cat that went astray about 15 years ago has been reunited, older and maybe wiser, with its owner. Brandy, a brown tabby, was reunited Monday afternoon with Charles, who adopted her as a 2-month-old kitten in 2005. “It’s amazing. I think it’s unbelievable,” he said Thursday. “I saw her, I picked her up and she started to purr and it was very emotional,” Charles said. “It was nice to have her in my arms again.″ ”I did break down and cry because I thought about all of the years I lost from her,” he said. Brandy was found Sunday in Palmdale, about 40 miles (65 kilometers) from where Charles lives in the San Fernando Valley area of Los Angeles. The computer technician, who didn’t want his last name used, said Brandy strayed only a few months after he adopted her. “She went outside in the afternoon to our backyard,” he said. But when it got dark and he went to bring her inside, she wasn’t there. Charles drove around looking for her, checked animal shelters...
    ‘Save me’ has lived this afternoon, Monday February 22, a new historical moment. It all dates back to yesterday afternoon, when Anabel Pantoja’s boyfriend He uploaded a photograph to Instagram in which Isabel Pantoja’s niece pulled out her belly, while her partner caressed her, suggesting that it was possible that the Andalusian was expecting a child. Anabel Pantoja finds out that she is pregnant That is why, as often happens in ‘Save me’, the program has prepared a moment in which the collaborator had to undergo a pregnancy test. Kiko Rivera’s cousin has agreed without problem, thinking that nothing could happen, when the surprise has been that, late in the afternoon, Carlota Corredera revealed that the result was positive. Think it’s a joke from the show In the last minutes of the program, Carlota Corredera has opened the urn that kept Anabel’s pregnancy test, and without looking at it, she has shown it on camera, pbeing able to see perfectly that the device had two lines, which means that, in just over nine months, the Pantoja family will receive a...
    Ted Cruz contradicted Sean Hannity on Thursday night by admitting he planned to stay in Cancun ‘through the weekend’ even as the Fox News host tried to claim the Texas senator flew for a ‘round-trip quick drop-off home.’ Cruz appeared on Hannity’s nightly primetime Fox News show in an attempt to defuse the firestorm of criticism being aimed at the Republican senator after he was photographed taking a flight for a weekend vacation to Mexico on Wednesday. He landed back in Houston on Thursday afternoon and said he 'regrets' flying to Cancun in the middle of the state's energy crisis for a vacation - but insisted he was 'just trying to be a dad'. Cruz was initially due to return to Texas on Saturday. 'It was obviously a mistake and in hindsight I wouldn't have done it,' he said, speaking on arrival at home in Houston. Ted Cruz contradicted Sean Hannity on Thursday night by admitting he planned to stay in Cancun ‘through the weekend’ even as the Fox News host tried to claim the Texas senator flew for...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Light snow has developed across the Lehigh Valley & Poconos through the overnight. Snow is still on track to pick up intensity and coverage later Thursday morning. A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for Philadelphia and its surrounding suburbs in PA and NJ, New Castle County Delaware, the Lehigh Valley and Berks County and the Poconos from 4 a.m. Thursday to 10 a.m. Friday. RELATED: At Least 1 Killed In Crash Involving Tractor-Trailer In Franklin Township Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for South New Jersey until 10 a.m. Friday. The bulk of precipitation will not start until daybreak for the majority of the region. Once the snow begins, it will be heaviest from 8/9 a.m. through 2 p.m. on this afternoon. During this time we could have snowfall rates of up to 1″/hour in some spots. Once we get beyond the midday hours, we will be watching to see how much warm air can intrude into the region. At this time it looks as though we should see a change to a more wintry...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A powerful winter storm is set to affect the region starting as early as tonight in some areas, but really should pick up in intensity through Thursday morning, lasting into Friday. The National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Warning for the Delaware Valley that will go into effect from 4 a.m. Thursday until 10 a.m. on Friday. ⚠️???? Winter Storm Watch now upgraded to a Winter Storm Warning for the Delaware & Lehigh Valleys and Poconos. A Winter Weather Advisory now issued for S Jersey too. Accumulating snow likely followed by a prolonged period of sleet and even freezing rain Thur. ????⚠️ @CBSPhilly pic.twitter.com/1WGfmaYUwo RELATED: Seven People Shot In Broad Daylight Near Olney Transportation Station, Philadelphia Police Say — Matt Peterson (@MPetersonWx) February 17, 2021 Snow flurries, or even a few areas of light snow, are possible across the Lehigh Valley or Poconos tonight as the system starts to move in. However, the bulk of the precipitation will not start until daybreak or slightly before Thursday, for a majority of the region. Once the...
    FORT COLLINS, Colo. (CBS4)– Search and rescue teams have found a deceased woman believed to be missing woman Christine Cummings. Christine Cummings was last known to be at her home on Dec. 29 and hasn’t been seen since. Christine Cummings (credit: Fort Collins Police) The Jeep was found parked at the Emmaline Lake trailhead in the Pingree Park area of Poudre Canyon on Tuesday afternoon. Search teams canvassing the area located a deceased female presumed to be Cummings on Wednesday afternoon. Christine Cummings (credit: Fort Collins Police) The Larimer County Coroner will officially release the woman’s identity at a later time, as well as cause and manner of death. Investigators say foul play is not suspected. “This community showed a truly remarkable outpouring of support in the effort to locate Christine,” said Fort Collins Police Services Chief Jeff Swoboda in a statement. “We share your grief in this tragic loss of life, and our deepest condolences are with Christine’s family and everyone impacted by this heartbreaking outcome.”
    U.S. sets record for Covid deaths, cases and hospitalizations as virus runs rampant Bangladesh Begins to Relocate Rohingya Refugees to Flood-Prone Island That Wednesday afternoon NFL game was the weirdest thing ever This is the online version of our morning newsletter, The Morning Win. Subscribe to get irreverent and incisive sports stories, delivered to your mailbox every morning.  © Provided by For The Win We’ve seen a lot of weird things in sports since they came back but off the top of my dumb head I can’t think of anything being more weird than what we saw on Wednesday. I’m talking, of course, about that professional football game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Pittsburgh Steelers that finally happened after three postponements. Was it a good football game? No, no it wasn’t. Was it a fun football game? Yes, some parts with the fumbles on punt returns and INTs in the end zone and a controversial finish to the first half were pretty amusing and downright fun for a mid-week afternoon. But it was all so very, very weird. Sitting down on...
    SHERBORN (CBS) – The accused drunk driver who police say ran down and killed a man in his front yard in Sherborn was ordered held on $20,000 bail Thursday. Joshua Patel, 37, of Mansfield, pleaded not guilty in Natick District Court to several charges in the death of 40-year-old Kevin Sullivan. Investigators said Patel was driving drunk and speeding in an SUV late Wednesday afternoon when he lost control of the car, ran off of Goulding Street East and crashed through a stone wall. The SUV then hit Sullivan who was standing in his yard, killing him. The SUV struck a mailbox and another car before it finally stopped. Kevin Sullivan was killed in his front yard in Sherborn late Wednesday afternoon. (WBZ-TV) Describing the incident in court Thursday, the prosecutor said Patel then tried to run away and attacked a witness who tried to stop him. Police said he had bloodshot eyes, slurred speech and he smelled like alcohol. Patel was arrested and taken to UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester. Officers said he was extremely uncooperative in custody...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Ramsey County Medical Examiner’s office has identified the third victim in last Sunday’s plane crash in Washington County. Thirty-year-old Grace Addae, from Eden Prairie, was among the three registered occupants of a Cessna aircraft who perished when it crashed into the quarry on Grey Cloud Island near St. Paul Park. Addae’s remains were recovered Thursday night. The remains of the two other victims — 60-year-old Larry Schlichting from Eagan, and 24-year-old Lucas Knight from North Mankato — were recovered from inside the plane Tuesday afternoon. The trio departed from the South St. Paul Municipal Airport Sunday afternoon, and were scheduled to return that evening. Crews found the aircraft wreckage more than 70-feet below water on the island quarry, which is north of the Mississippi River and south of Mooers Lake. The Federal Aviation Administration’s investigation is ongoing.
    Samuel Corum/Getty Images The New York Times has new reporting on one suggested that was briefly floated — but apparently not seriously considered — back in 2018 about stepping up border security. The Times report says that in one meeting, weeks before the midterms, officials suggested using a “heat ray” to stop migrants at the border: Developed by the military as a crowd dispersal tool two decades ago, the Active Denial System had been largely abandoned amid doubts over its effectiveness and morality. Two former officials who attended the afternoon meeting at the Homeland Security Department on Oct. 22, 2018, said the suggestion that the device be installed at the border shocked attendees, even if it would have satisfied the president. It is not known whether Mr. Trump knew of the microwave suggestion, but it showed the lengths that some officials were willing to go to satisfy the president. Then-DHS Sec. Kirstjen Nielsen reportedly smacked down the idea after the meeting and said “she would not authorize the use of such a device, and it should never be brought up again...
    (CNN)On Tuesday afternoon, Martha Stewart and her best friend Charlotte Beers were having a socially distanced lunch outside at her East Hampton home. They'd split a homemade tomato gouda tart in pate brisee crust, fresh steamed corn, baby artichokes from Stewart's garden and bibb lettuce salad, also from her garden. "Everything was downright tasty!" Stewart had posted to Instagram. The homemaking goddess told CNN she then decided to change into a bathing suit and go for a swim in her chlorine-free pool. When she was about to get out, she was struck by the view of her lush yard, so she opened the camera on her phone to take a few pictures, she said. Instead, the internet got a treat. View this post on Instagram My pool in East Hampton is the place to be on a 89 degree day! When I built the pool thirty years ago it was designed to be as chlorine free as possible, with a natural concrete finish-no paint- and it fit in a long narrow space between the house and the property line....
    Police in Florida are searching for a woman who tried to steal a television from a Walmart, brazenly wheeling the enormous set out in a trolley. Surveillance footage captured the scene on Sunday afternoon in Mulberry, a town 40 miles east of Tampa.  Polk County sheriffs office posted the footage on Facebook, noting: 'Quite the bold attempt she made - trying to steal a TV that's as big, if not bigger than she is.'  The unidentified woman was caught on camera on Sunday afternoon at a Walmart near Tampa She is seen struggling with a television set which is as large as she is, heading out the store According to police, the suspect, accompanied by another woman, placed assorted electronics items into her cart before adding the 65" Philips TV. The huge television, which depending on the model could sell for up to $450, sat precariously in the cart as the woman shopped. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Walmart will CLOSE on Thanksgiving Day: The nation's largest... Unmasked Walmart shopper is caught on...
    Breaking News — Madrid, Jul 3 . .- The Popular Party stressed this afternoon that it wants to reach agreements for reconstruction and has ensured that its hand “continues to be extended to the Government”, that is why it has asked the PSOE to abandon its “partisan” strategy , stop “disqualifying” the popular and agree to negotiate. This has been pointed out to Efe by sources of the PP leadership after this party has decided to abstain in the opinions of the Health and EU working groups and vote against the economic and social policies within the Reconstruction Commission. The popular ones deny the socialist thesis that they do not want to reach agreements and demand that the PSOE abandon this “partisan” strategy. And they emphasize that if they have abstained from the EU and Health documents, it is because they want to continue negotiating to reach agreements. Specifically regret the words of Adriana Lastra, who this afternoon has accused the PP of not wanting to agree and has described Pablo Casado’s party as that of “confrontation” and “agent...
    PLEASANT HILL (CBS SF) — A series of fires along a popular walking and cycling trail in Contra Costa County have been determined to be intentionally set, according to fire officials. A spokesman with Contra Costa County Fire Protection District confirmed that arson was the cause of multiple fires along the Iron Horse Regional Trail Monday afternoon. Crews responded to the fires reported shortly before 3 p.m. that dotted the trail between the cities of Pleasant Hill and Concord between Sherman and Brookview drives. The fire district wrote on Twitter shortly after 3:15 p.m. that the fires had been contained and nearby structures were no longer threatened. People are asked to avoid the Iron Horse trail and surface streets in the area while crews mop up and do other work in the area Monday afternoon. The Iron Horse Regional Trail spans 32 miles from Concord south to Pleasanton, according to the East Bay Regional Park District.
    COLUMBUS (AP) — The mayor of Ohio’s capital city defended police use of pepper spray on protesters at a weekend rally, action that came less than a week after the use of such spray was curtailed. The spray was used Sunday afternoon after police say protesters moved from sidewalks to the streets in downtown Columbus and refused to disperse. “We’re not talking about peaceful protests,” said Columbus police spokesman Sgt. James Fuqua. “We’re talking about demonstrators who are committing illegal acts.” Mayor Andrew Ginther tweeted Sunday that the city encourages and respects peaceful protests, “but aggressive acts that put police and protesters in danger cannot be tolerated.” Some protesters said the use of the spray was unwarranted and police overreacted. “Some people got their cars blocked in for maybe five, 10 minutes at top, but they got escorted through,” Dejuan Sharp told WCMH-TV. “It’s nothing where this problem with all these cop cars to be out here, nothing for that.” Columbus and cities nationwide and around the world have experienced multiple protests against racism and police brutality since George Floyd...
    ANTIOCH, Calif. (KGO) -- A driver is being treated at the hospital after being shot in the leg by someone in a grey SUV on Highway 4 near Brentwood Friday afternoon.According to the California Highway Patrol, the shooting took place around noon on the highway, west of Lone Tree Way.Authorities say someone in the SUV, possibly a 1990s Mitsubishi, shot at the victim's pickup truck three times before leaving the scene.The Golden Gate division of the highway patrol is now investigating the freeway shooting.RELATED: Shooting investigation shuts down part of Highway 4 in AntiochThe shooting is believed to have been targeted, according to the CHP.Part of the highway in Antioch was shutdown Friday afternoon while officers were investigating.Those with information on what happened should contact the CHP tip line at 707-917-4491.
    Washington (CNN)The court fight over John Bolton's book has turned the former national security adviser's skirmish with President Donald Trump into a symbolic fight over freedom of speech and the press.The first hearing in the case begins Friday at 1 p.m. ET in Washington, DC, in front of Judge Royce Lamberth.The Trump administration wants to stop the book from being released publicly next Tuesday and to claw back Bolton's earnings from its publication. The Justice Department has argued in court that Bolton didn't receive formal approval to publish the book, in breach of his contract with the federal government, and that the book still contains classified details that could cause "grave" harm to American national security.But Bolton has fired back that the White House arbitrarily dragged out the review as a way to protect Trump from embarrassment in an election year, and that it's impossible to stop the book's publication now. On Wednesday, several major news organizations, including CNN, obtained copies of the book and published articles about Bolton's revelations on Trump's behavior, such as the President's encouragement of foreign...
    Nothing beats a good lazy nap during a summer day — even if it's on a tree covered in spikes. A photographer has managed to take a remarkable picture of a pack of lions taking a nap on a euphorbia tree in southern Africa, reports British news agency South West News Service. “You would never think what kind of tree lions would choose for a rest," said Julia Sundukova, who took the amusing image while traveling around Uganda. This is the moment a photograph captured a pack of lazy lions choosing to take a nap on the branches of a huge cactus-like tree, the euphorbia tree. (Credit: SWNS) HILARIOUS VIDEO SHOWS LION CUB SPOOKING HER MOM  Often mistaken for a cactus itself, the euphorbia tree has large succulent leaves that are filled with a "highly toxic" milky latex that is used to defend itself against animals from looking to eat the leaves. "The latex is so strong that it has the potential to blister skin on contact, to cause painful swelling of soft tissue and can lead to blindness...
    We begin today clear, relatively calm and cool, lower 50s to lower 60sA cold front passing to our north increases clouds and breezes this afternoon. These hold us a couple degrees cooler than yesterday afternoon.VIDEO: Meteorologist Mike Nicco has your AccuWeather forecastBreezes continue tonight over our Bays and Ocean with slightly cooler lows, upper 40s to upper 50s.Tuesday and Beyond:Tomorrow features our fastest winds and coolest afternoon highs.High pressure takes control of our weather Wednesday with a warming trend that lingers through Father's Day Weekend.Temperatures:Concord 81/56Fremont 73/54Oakland 71/56Redwood City 73/52San Francisco 64/54San Jose 77/55San Rafael 77/53Santa Rosa 80/49Coast:North Bay:East Bay:East Bay Valleys:Peninsula:South Bay:Download: ABC7 Accuweather app for iPhone and AndroidWeather Radar: LiveDoppler7 radar imagesWeather Alerts: Current Watches and WarningsShare: Tag weather photos #ABC7NowSHARE YOUR PHOTOS: We love seeing photos and videos from where you live! Share yours by posting with #abc7now. You must have taken the image/video or otherwise own all rights to it and agree that KGO-TV and its licensees can use, edit and distribute it without restriction in all media. Full terms: abc7news.com/share
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