"I'd be interested to know what the bride, bridal party, and other guests are wearing,” one offered. “While this is much too risqué of a dress for me and my circle, I can see it being the norm for some circles, especially the flashy lifestyle influencer ones.” … [Read more...] about Wedding guest’s red outfit sparks Reddit dress code debate: ‘Too hot’
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"We have certainly seen in the past a variety of foreign adversaries looking to amplify controversy in this country," Wray said. "And they use state media. They use social media. Some of that is through propaganda, some of that's through disinformation, some of that's through just fake information. And we are looking carefully at the prospect of foreign influence or foreign interference in all of the protests and activities that have occurred over the last few weeks." … [Read more...] about Wray reveals FBI ‘looking carefully’ at foreign interference in protests following George Floyd’s death
Using Cook’s very change-averse ratings, of 11 competitive Senate races, nine are for seats currently controlled by the GOP, with Biden leading in the polls in five of the states with those vulnerable GOP seats. Given the recent trend toward straight-ticket voting — in 2016, every single Senate race was won by the party that carried the state in the presidential election — it’s extremely likely Democrats would win the Senate if they and Biden are performing as they are currently. That’s crucial, for the most obvious reason that a Senate majority would ease confirmation of Biden’s executive and judicial branch appointees. … [Read more...] about What Would a Democratic ‘Tsunami’ in November Look Like?
The smallest award, $2 million, went to Project Hummingbird, a publicly-traded technology company based in the Northeast with 5,500 employees worldwide. The company is looking at Colorado, Ohio or Maine for a new headquarters location and software engineering center that will employ 75 people at an average annual wage of $168,396. … [Read more...] about Colorado remains on the radar of companies looking to expand during economic downturn
Wind tunnels are “somewhat time consuming and you have to build lots of models,” Pallis said. “So now what we can do with computational fluids is we can make these models on a computer. We can try lots of things out, and then the models that look the best on the computer, those are the ones that we put in a wind tunnel.” … [Read more...] about Winds of change? Company looks at weather’s effect on ball