Delta, Alaska Air cancel hundreds of flights due to bad weather, Omicron cases

Delta, Alaska Air cancel hundreds of flights due to bad weather, Omicron cases

US carriers Delta Air Lines and Alaska Air Group canceled hundreds of flights on Tuesday due to adverse weather conditions and rising cases of the Omicron variant. Delta said it expected to cancel more than 250 of 4,133 scheduled flights on Tuesday, while Alaska canceled 170 flights across its network and warned of more cancellations and delays throughout … Read more

The Five Best Dow Jones Stocks Of 2021

The Five Best Dow Jones Stocks Of 2021

After a year in which markets navigated vaccines, variants, inflation and a worn-out supply chain, Microsoft (MSFT), Home Depot (HD), Goldman Sachs (GS), UnitedHealth (UNH) and Cisco Systems (CSCO) emerged as the year’s best-performing Dow Jones stocks, respectively. X Taken together, the gains for those names reflect a broader market rebound despite Covid-related turbulence, as … Read more

Greece earthquake of magnitude 5.7 felt in Egyptian cities

Greece earthquake of magnitude 5.7 felt in Egyptian cities

ATHENS – An earthquake of magnitude 5.7 struck Crete, Greece, on Wednesday, the country’s Geodynamic Institute said. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage. The European Mediterranean Seismological Centre (EMSC) earlier registered the tremor at 6.1. Egyptian authorities reported the quake was felt in some of the country’s cities. Akis Tselentis, director of the Geodynamic … Read more

British Broadcasting Under Threat – The Hamden Journal

British Broadcasting Under Threat – Deadline

As we enter 2022, the UK TV industry is desperate to put nearly 24 months’ worth of Covid-19 disruption behind it. But with the Omicron variant still raging, it could be a while until this comes to fruition. Industry execs have plenty else on their plates over the coming year, with British broadcasting under threat … Read more

State opens latest Lee time capsule, and this time, it was what historians were expecting

State opens latest Lee time capsule, and this time, it was what historians were expecting

RICHMOND — Researchers at the state Department of Historic Resources began their careful examination Tuesday of about 60 artifacts in a time capsule that was placed inside the pedestal of the former Robert E. Lee Confederate memorial. The capsule opened Tuesday was the second collection of artifacts found amid the remnants of the pedestal, which … Read more