Art

Suzy is the queen of spring for 'Marie Claire'

Suzy is the queen of spring for 'Marie Claire'

Actress Suzy displayed her gorgeous visuals for the cover of Marie Claire 's March 2020 edition. Suzy participated in a photoshoot with Lancome in which she showed off her beautiful complexion in simple but elegant makeup looks. Netizens have been commenting in awe, stating:. "I'm jealous of her skin.". "Even her shadow is probably pretty.". "She's becoming more and more elegant and mature." Full story

Education

Schools in China are closed indefinitely becuase of the coronavirus, so students are taking classes online  Post

Schools in China are closed indefinitely becuase of the coronavirus, so students are taking classes online Post

Then came Chinese and English lessons, all online, and math and science classes, also online. One middle school boy, sitting with his computer at his front door in Beijing, was asked what he was studying. He responded: physical education. Chinese authorities have taken extreme measures to try to contain the coronavirus, which has spread nationwide. More than half the country’s 1.4 billion people are now restricted from leaving their homes in ... Full story

Economics

Apple will miss revenue forecast as coronavirus impacts its manufacturing and sales – TechCrunch

Apple will miss revenue forecast as coronavirus impacts its manufacturing and sales – TechCrunch

Today Apple announced that its prior financial forecast, provided during its January earnings cycle , is no longer valid. In a letter to investors today, the technology giant said that it “do[es] not expect to meet the revenue guidance we provided for the March quarter” due to impacts stemming from the coronavirus that has shuttered large parts of China , and is reverberating through the global economy. In its letter Apple said that its prior ... Full story

Entertainment

Experts Recommend Tuning Them Out And Just Trying To Enjoy Your Life

Experts Recommend Tuning Them Out And Just Trying To Enjoy Your Life

BALTIMORE—Citing several in-depth studies that would likely make you second-guess the only gratifying and pleasurable parts of your existence, researchers at Johns Hopkins University announced Monday that the only recommendation they’re making at this time is that you tune out experts such as themselves and just try to enjoy your life. “Look, as experts in our various fields, we absolutely mean well, but it seems like every week now we’re ... Full story

Health

'Cancer does not wait': Children's medicine shortage stokes anger in Mexico

'Cancer does not wait': Children's medicine shortage stokes anger in Mexico

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Hermes Soto, who turned 5 on Monday, will not be celebrating his birthday with friends. Instead, he is bracing for his 15th chemotherapy session to tackle a rare but aggressive form of cancer that threatens to kill him. Esperanza Paz pushes the trolley with her son, Hermes Soto, as they wait outside a hospital in Mexico City, Mexico February 17, 2020. REUTERS/Andres Martinez Casares. For his mother, Esperanza Paz, the ... Full story

Law

Virginia Legislature Turns Down Ban on Military-Style Weapons

Virginia Legislature Turns Down Ban on Military-Style Weapons

A bill that would have banned military-style rifles in Virginia was defeated in the State Senate on Monday, a sign of the limited power of the state’s new Democratic majority in enacting the most restrictive elements of its gun-control agenda and a blow to Gov. Ralph Northam’s efforts to restrict gun possession. The prohibition on military-style rifles was the most contentious of a series of gun-control bills making their way through the State ... Full story

Living

Everyone loved George Washington, until he became president

Everyone loved George Washington, until he became president

When the great Gen. George Washington left his comfortable retirement at Mount Vernon to become the first president of the United States, well-wishers threw flowers at his feet. For hundreds of miles, as he made his way to the temporary capital in New York City, thousands of people followed alongside with blessings, toasts and cheers. Once he was in New York, there was a fireworks show. Seven years later, toward the end of his second term, he ... Full story

Politics

U.S. State Dept tracks 60 U.S. citizens in Japan following coronavirus outbreak

U.S. State Dept tracks 60 U.S. citizens in Japan following coronavirus outbreak

A cargo aircraft chartered by the U.S. government to evacuate American passengers from the cruise ship Diamond Princess, where dozens of passengers were tested positive for coronavirus in Japan, arrives at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, California, U.S. February 16, 2020. REUTERS/Stephen Lam. WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. State Department said on Monday it is tracking the condition of 60 U.S. citizens in Japan after more than 300 ... Full story

Sport

Storm Dennis: 'Ghost ship' washes up on Irish coast  News

Storm Dennis: 'Ghost ship' washes up on Irish coast News

Image caption The 80-metre cargo ship Alta was last seen thousands of miles away in 2019. A "ghost" cargo ship has washed up off the coast of County Cork, Ireland, brought in by the bad weather that lashed Europe in Storm Dennis. The abandoned boat was spotted on the rocks of fishing village Ballycotton by a passerby. The vessel appears to have drifted thousands of miles over more than a year, from the south-east of Bermuda in 2018, across the ... Full story

Technology

Leveraging TikTok for growth – TechCrunch

Leveraging TikTok for growth – TechCrunch

Once you have a product, distributing it becomes the next challenge for any entrepreneur. At TRASH (one-tap video editing), we looked to TikTok as a potential marketing channel. As early learnings started to roll in, we decided to share what’s going on inside this exploding and mysterious beast. PART 1: LEVERAGING TIKTOK FOR GROWTH. The advantage of having a deep tech company that uses AI to help speed the process of editing video is that we ... Full story