President Nicolas Maduro urged Venezuela’s Supreme Court early Saturday to review a decision stripping congress of its last powers, a ruling that set off a storm of criticism from the opposition and foreign governments.
The announcement came just hours before the opposition hoped to mount big prote …See the original posting at Venezuela leader urges court to review ruling on congress
Friday is Cesar Chavez Day in honor of the civil rights and labor movement leader, and a number of local are closed.
Here’s a look at what’s closed and what’s open around town:
All City of San Diego Administrative Offices are closed.
All city libraries are closed.
All city rec centers and pools …See the original posting at Closures on Cesar Chavez Day
Some of these 19th century pranks are horrendous, while others are harmless to the point of absurdity. But they’re all straight up weird. The past really is a foreign country. And after reading these bizarre April Fools’ Day stories, it’s probably a country you wouldn’t want to visit anytime soon.
…See the original posting at 9 More Horrific April Fools’ Day Pranks of the 19th Century
Don’t have an account yet? Click here to create an account …See the original posting at UConn women’s basketball: The Huskies’ record winning streak ends at 111 games
Now that Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett has pretty much cemented himself as the top overall pick in next month’s NFL Draft, much of America is finding out what Aggies already know – the 6-foot-4, 272-pound defender is so much more than just a football player.
Garrett’s interests are incredib …See the original posting at Myles Garrett compares himself to a very specific dinosaur
In a decent dunk on Facebook Live, Netflix is now showing a sneak peak of “Netflix Live” — a live stream of “life’s biggest thrills,” featuring Will Arnett. “Toasters toasting. Grass growing. Fans blowing.”
Yes, we’re hitting the annual brand apocalypse known as April Fools’ Day, where companies tr …See the original posting at Netflix Live is a beautiful, Will Arnett-narrated ASMR experience (and a prank)
Age is just a number — at least for many of the stars of Warner Bros. Pictures’ newest action-comedy, “Going in Style,” which held its world premiere on Thursday night at the SVA Theatre in New York City.
Starring Oscar winners Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, and Alan Arkin, as well as two-time nomi …See the original posting at Alan Arkin Talks Ageism at ‘Going in Style’ Premiere: ‘We Shove Older People Off to the Corners’
SAN ANTONIO – The family of Selena Quintanilla Perez offered a heartfelt ‘thanks’ to the Tejano singer’s fans on Friday, which also marks the 22nd anniversary of her death.
In a Facebook Live post, the family wrote, “On behalf of the Quintanilla family, we thank you for always remembering Selena ‘C …See the original posting at Selena’s family thanks fans on 22nd anniversary of singer’s tragic death
We all stand corrected, thanks to Janet Hubert.
Earlier this week, ’90s kids rejoiced upon seeing a Fresh Prince of Bel-Air reunion photo Alfonso Ribeiro shared, which featured Will Smith, Tatyana Ali, Karyn Parsons, Daphne Maxwell Reid and Joseph Marcell. He captioned the photo, “Always amazing to …See the original posting at Janet Hubert’s Biggest Gripes With Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Will Smith and the World at Large
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. — In a story March 30 about a SpaceX launch, The Associated Press reported erroneously the height of the recycled booster rocket. It is about 15 stories, or 150 feet, not 15 feet.
A corrected version of the story is below:
SpaceX launches its first recycled rocket in historic …See the original posting at Correction: SpaceX Launch story