- World The Telegraph
One of the world’s leading experts on ammonium nitrate told The Daily Telegraph: “It’s only a matter of time before something similar happens again.” Vyto Babrauskas, a fires and explosives forensics expert based in New York, said that there were tens of thousands sites around the world where the chemical was stored unsafely. He carried out an investigation into a disaster seven years ago in West, Texas where 15 died. About 2,750 tonnes ignited to devastate Beirut on Tuesday. In the UK, it is legal to store up to 1,250 tonnes. In the Texas disaster, only 30 tonnes went up.
- Entertainment The Independent
‘Not everything is about race’: Cardi B responds after fans petition for Kylie Jenner to be removed from ‘WAP’ video
Cardi B has defended her decision to include Kylie Jenner in her “WAP” music video.The video for the track, which features Megan Thee Stallion, was released on Friday with guest appearances from Jenner, Normani, Rosalia, Rubi Rose, Sukihana and Mulatto.
- Politics HuffPost
The former White House communications director said the GOP could become "a minority party for a generation" because of Trump.
- Lifestyle SheKnows
It's got to be about as fun for a dad to talk to his child about their period as it is for a child to talk to their dad about menstruating - not at all. But that's mostly because we're dealing with a long history of ignorance and stigma. One Reddit dad's post revealing his […]
- Business Business Insider
Yes, young adults think they're invincible. Socializing also helps them reinforce their identity and serves as a coping mechanism during the pandemic.