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The Nation’s Weather

The Nation’s Weather  Washington Post The Nation’s Weather for Monday, June 17, 2019. _____. NATIONAL SUMMARY. Heavy showers and thunderstorms will batter much of the. swath extending … Source link

How Pacific nations are preparing players for State of Origin

How Pacific nations are preparing players for State of Origin  NRL.COM NSW coach Brad Fittler’s decision to thrust rookie prop Daniel Saifiti into Sunday night’s must-win State of Origin in Perth may have raised some eyebrows but … Source link

World’s fastest computer

World’s fastest computer – still at Oak Ridge?  Knoxville News Sentinel The world’s fastest for the third time in a row is the Summit supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, according to the latest TOP500 ranking. Source link

Blackout hits three nations

A blackout stripped electricity from tens of millions of people in at least three South American countries early Sunday in what the Argentine president called an "unprecedented" failure in the power grid. Source link

Abegweit First Nation elects new chief

Abegweit First Nation elects new chief  The Guardian Junior Gould has been elected chief of Abegweit First Nation. Gould, who previously held the position from 2003-2007, won Friday’s election. Voting was open to … Source link

Review: ‘Falsettos’ National Tour at the Kennedy Center

The motley crew of neurotic and quasi-neurotic characters in Falsettos, now playing at the Kennedy Center, offers an eye-opening look at all-too-human dilemmas. The rituals of everyday life under stress are scrutinized with laser-sharp wit and bracing lyrics courtesy of Composer and Lyricist William Finn. This unique yet compelling musical’s …

West Virginia leads nation in drug overdose deaths

West Virginia leads nation in drug overdose deaths  Parkersburg News CHARLESTON — West Virginia led the nation in drug overdose death rates in 2017, followed closely by Ohio and Pennsylvania, according to a study released … Source link

Malaysia can play peacemaker in US-China trade war, says Liew

PETALING JAYA: Malaysia can play a greater role in advocacy and become a trendsetter in regional public opinion instead of taking a neutral stance in the midst of the trade war between the United States and China, says Senator Liew Chin Tong. Source link