“Almost a year after the departure of Donald Trump, doubt still hangs over the solidity of American democracy”

US President Joe Biden during a virtual meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping from the White House in Washington on November 15, 2021. MANDEL NGAN / AFP EHe is, in his own way, the embodiment of the American dream. The daughter of an unemployed miner in the north-east of England ravaged by deindustrialisation and Thatcherism, … Read more

Hugo Roellinger named “cook of the year” by Gault & Millau

Chef Hugo Roellinger in the kitchen of his restaurant Le Coquillage in Saint-Méloir-des-Ondes (Ille-et-Vilaine), in March 2019. DAMIEN MEYER / AFP The Breton chef Hugo Roellinger was consecrated, Monday, November 29, cook of the year 2022 by the second gastronomic guide Gault & Millau for his free and sustainable cuisine, “Who smashes the codes”. The … Read more

Merriam-Webster chooses vaccine as the 2021 word of the year

With an expanded definition to reflect the times, Merriam-Webster has declared an omnipresent truth as its 2021 word of the year: vaccine. “This was a word that was extremely high in our data every single day in 2021,” Peter Sokolowski, Merriam-Webster’s editor-at-large, told The Associated Press ahead of Monday’s announcement. “It really represents two different … Read more

“I was a year without working and without earning. I took a course in ceramics”

Fhi during the presentation of Douglas’ Christmas news, last wednesday, november 24th, in lisbon, that the Minute News he was in conversation with Barbara Norton de Matos. The actress was one of the familiar faces that did not miss this meeting. In a short interview, Bárbara Norton de Matos spoke about her new projects, outside … Read more

Elon Musks’s dogecoin funded SpaceX mission is set to “reach the moon” early next year with a satellite created by blockchain companies: report | Currency News | Financial and Business News

Elon Musk Pool Elon Musk’s SpaceX mission DOGE-1, which was fully funded by dogecoin, is still set to launch by early next year. Two blockchain companies will help create a cubesat that will be deployed by SpaceX FalconX, CoinTelegraph reported Wednesday. The report said the cubesat will provide a new use case for cryptocurrencies and … Read more

Post-pandemic love: research shows trends in relationships over the next year | Love and sex

João Bidu Newsroom Trends for love and relationships in 2022 Summary The pandemic has caused some changes in the world of dates, as research from the Bumble application reveals 59% of people on the app worldwide said they are now more honest with their partners about what they want In Brazil, users are even more … Read more

In the absence of vaccination, 6th year students will be able to carry out two self-tests per week

A teenage girl receives a dose of Pfizer vaccine against Covid-19 in a Vacci’Bus in Aregno, Corsica, on July 22, 2021. PASCAL POCHARD-CASABIANCA / AFP The Minister of Education, Jean-Michel Blanquer, announced on the morning of Friday, November 26, on France Inter, that the pupils of 6e will have to carry out, from Monday 29 … Read more

Irina and Anya Ring in the New Year

In Irina: The Vampire Cosmonaut Episode 8, Irina joins the researcher Anya for a New Year’s Eve celebration, giving the vampire a chance to reflect. WARNING: The following article contains significant spoilers for the first eight episodes of Irina: The Vampire Cosmonaut, currently streaming on Funimation. Episode 8 of Irina: The Vampire Cosmonaut has plenty of … Read more

Maradona ‘The son of Naples’: the Sky Sports specials one year after his death

A year without Diego. On the first anniversary of Maradona’s death, Sky Sport dedicates one to the Pibe de Oro special programming, which began on Wednesday with interviews, documentaries, insights, to celebrate the Argentine champion. Content also available on demand with an entirely dedicated section. The new special “Diego the son of Naples” Diego son … Read more

This Picture of Mars Taken by The Curiosity Rover Is So Beautiful We Could Cry

Most humans alive today are never going to go to Mars. It’s probably for the best, really. Without some serious fixes in place, Mars is extremely inhospitable to human survival. But we still dream lofty dreams of planting our feet on alien ground and staring at incredible alien horizons. Luckily for us, we have the … Read more