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  • How often do Barcelona lose at home?

    The almost impregnable Camp Nou, home to Barcelona, is the barrier to Tottenham’s qualification to the knockout stages of the Champions League Who wears blue-and-garnet stripes and scarcely loses at home? Barcelona. We may be fast approaching yuletide, the season of half-baked one-liners, dodgy dad jokes and tacky gadgets funnelling out of Christmas crackers, but the size of the task facing Tottenham Hotspur who visit Catalonia on Tuesday night is no laughing matter. The reality is they have to...

    the Guardian
  • Losing your home to a dying industry

    In Germany, coal is displacing entire communities.

    Washington Post
  • Hot possums risk losing their homes

    As our world is warming under climate change, heat waves are becoming more frequent and intense, yet the vulnerability of our wildlife to such events is poorly understood. New research from Australia's Wet Tropics indicates that the area where maximum temperatures are survivable for the green ringtail possum (Pseudochirops archeri) could shrink by over 85 percent this century due to climate change.
  • Strong Storms Expected In Texas, Oklahoma And Arkansas

    A strong storm system is expected to bring hail, heavy rain and possibly tornadoes to parts of Texas, Oklahoma and Arkansas.

  • What should commuters expect for Friday afternoon ride home

    Commuters shouldn't experience long delays this afternoon, as clean up continues from Thursday's unexpected storm and not all rail service is back on track. In anticipation of the Friday afternoon commute, transportation officials said most roads were in good shape and, except for a few exceptions, rail and bus service should be back to close to full service. "Roads are generally black and dry...we have concerns on freezing," said Transportation Commissioner Diane...
  • "Significant Winter Storm" Expected To Strike Northeast

    A "significant winter storm" will strike the Ohio Valley, Appalachians, and Mid-Atlantic Thursday and the Northeast this evening, according to the latest NWS Weather Prediction Center's short-range forecast. A potent upper-level low will push through the Ohio Valley Thursday, resulting in dangerous wintry conditions there to continue and move northeastward. Models suggest that parts of the Ohio Valley could receive a few additional inches of snow and some freezing rain. According to the...

    Zero Hedge
  • Gabe Kapler loses home in California wildfires

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Phillies manager Gabe Kapler is among the homeowners who lost their house in Southern California's wildfires.Kapler told The Athletic his...

    Mail Online