Tag: Ice

Marlon Wayans Supports Kelly Rowland During ‘Today Show’ Dressing Room Scandal

Photo: Amy Sussman, Noam Galai (Getty Images) Singer/actress Kelly Rowland recently committed the ultimate sin by walking out on “The Today Show” before she was set to co-host its 9 a.m. hour, “Today with Hoda and Jenna.” Or, at least, that’s the narrative that’s been floating around since the Destiny’s Child artist left the morning […]

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Kelly Rowland Gives Sherri Shepherd Her Flowers Following ‘TODAY’ Show Debacle

Sherri Shepherd, left and Kelly Rowland at the premiere of Tyler Perry’s “Mea Culpa” held at The Paris Theater on February 15, 2024 in New York City.Photo: Bryan Bedder/Variety (Getty Images) If there’s one thing we love to see, it’s Black women showing love to one another and making each other feel seen and heard. […]

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Sherri Shepherd Shades Kelly Rowland’s ‘TODAY’ Show Treatment With This Comment

Sherri Shepherd, left and Kelly Rowland at the premiere of Tyler Perry’s “Mea Culpa” held at The Paris Theater on February 15, 2024 in New York City.Photo: Bryan Bedder/Variety (Getty Images) If there’s one thing we love to see, it’s Black women showing love to one another and making each other feel seen and heard. […]

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Sherri Shepherd Shades Kelly Rowland’s ‘TODAY’ Show Treatment With This Social Media Comment

Sherri Shepherd, left and Kelly Rowland at the premiere of Tyler Perry’s “Mea Culpa” held at The Paris Theater on February 15, 2024 in New York City.Photo: Bryan Bedder/Variety (Getty Images) If there’s one thing we love to see, it’s Black women showing love to one another and making each other feel seen and heard. […]

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Is That Polar Bear Getting Enough to Eat? Try a Collar With a Camera.

Climate change is stretching the length of time parts of the Far North go without sea ice, which polar bears rely on to hunt their preferred prey: blubbery, calorie-rich seals. When the ice melts in summer, the bears move onto land and face two options. They can rest and slow down to a state approaching […]

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It’s 50 Degrees in Minneapolis. Goodbye, Ice Shanties.

It’s not every art installation that instructs visitors to take small steps like a penguin. Then again, there’s nothing quite like the Art Shanty Projects, in which intrepid Minnesota artists in insulated jumpsuits and ice cleats annually recreate traditional ice fishing huts, called shanties, in their own eccentric style on a frozen lake in Minneapolis. […]

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At Least 70 Deaths in U.S. Are Connected to Severe Winter Weather

At least 70 people across the United States have died from weather-related causes after more than a week of frigid winter storms and brutally cold temperatures, according to reports from state officials, police departments, medical examiners and news outlets. The number is likely to grow as the authorities scramble to assess the death toll from […]

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Extreme Cold in the South Puts Millions Under Icy, Freezing Conditions

Bitter cold is gripping large parts of the South once again this weekend, creating hazardous conditions for millions in a region not accustomed to freezing temperatures. On Saturday morning, it was 5 degrees in Louisville, Ky., 9 degrees in Nashville, 20 degrees in Little Rock, Ark., and 21 degrees in Atlanta. Several states were under […]

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This Antarctic Octopus Has a Warning About Rising Sea Levels

Scientists have long wondered whether the West Antarctic Ice Sheet is a ticking time bomb in terms of sea level rise. New evidence from the DNA of a small octopus that lives in the Southern Ocean suggests that the ice sheet is indeed at risk of collapsing, according to a study published on Thursday in […]

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A City-Size Iceberg Is Moving Out of Antarctic Waters

It’s massive. It’s icy. And it’s moving. It’s an iceberg named A23a. Wait, that’s what they’re calling it? Come on, we can do better. It’s Superberg! For more than 100 years, no iceberg has been more famous than the one that sank the Titanic and abruptly ended Rose and Jack’s fictional romance. But that was […]

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Are Black Superstars Raising “Super Kids” or “Nepo Stars?”

Zhuri makes no bake snack recipe with her dad, LeBron James! LeBron and Savannah James’ baby girl, Zuri, had her own YouTube series as a mini-host for “All Things Zuri.” On the channel, she bakes, gets her hair done, leads yoga, paints, gardens, and more! Although she has not had a new upload since 2020, […]

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Antarctica Sea Ice Hits Annual Peak, a Record Low

The Latest Winter is over in the Southern Hemisphere and sea ice around Antarctica has likely grown as much as it’s going to for 2023, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center. Antarctic sea ice reached its lowest peak by a wide margin for any year since 1979, when the continuous satellite record […]

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Ancient Arrow Is Among Artifacts to Emerge From Norway’s Melting Ice

Espen Finstad was trudging through mud in the Jotunheimen mountains of eastern Norway this month when he happened upon a wooden arrow, bound with a pointed tip made of quartzite. Complete with feathers, it was so well-preserved that it looked as if it could have been lost just recently. But Mr. Finstad, a glacial archaeologist […]

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A Summer Without Arctic Sea Ice Could Come a Decade Sooner Than Expected

The first summer on record that melts practically all of the Arctic’s floating sea ice could occur as early as the 2030s, according to a new scientific study — about a decade sooner than researchers previously predicted. The peer-reviewed findings, published Tuesday, also show that this milestone of climate change could materialize even if nations […]

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