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The panel plans to vote on Judge Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court on Thursday, Oct. 22, despite attempts by Democrats to delay the proceedings.
Americans consumed almost 37 pounds per capita in 2017, but that wasn’t enough to reduce the country’s 1.4 billion-pound cheese surplus. The stockpile of cheese started to build several years ago.
Yellowstone’s Steamboat Geyser, which is the world’s largest active geyser, has erupted three times in the past two months. The last time Steamboat erupted three times in one year was 2003.
The Atlantic meridional overturning circulation — the conveyor belt of the ocean — is slowing down. Scientists disagree about what’s behind it, but say it could mean bad news for the climate.
Many gun owners say the primary reason they own a firearm is for self-defense. But for years, experts have been starkly divided over how often people actually use guns for this purpose.
Despite bold plans to repurpose Olympic buildings, past host cities, such as Rio de Janeiro and Athens, have been left with vacant, decaying sports complexes and piles of debt.
Trump tweeted on Saturday that his ability to win the presidency on the first try shows he is “a very stable genius” after a book renewed questions about his mental state and fitness for office.