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Fifty years ago, tornadoes in the United States were most common over the Great Plains. A bull’s eye of sorts covered parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska. The term “Tornado Alley” entered American lexicon. But in the years since . . .

In 2001, a 21-year-old Adam Scott played in the British Open. He hasn’t missed a major championship since—a run of 91 consecutive—but will now need a little luck to extend his impressive streak. Scott made a par to fellow Australian Cam Davis’s birdie on the third playoff hole . . .

My younger sister is an elite 400-metre sprinter who has competed internationally for Great Britain. In early 2020, she told me about some blood test results she had recently received – her creatinine level was a bit higher than normal – a potential indicator of a kidney problem. That wasn’t particularly surprising; creatinine is a […]

Stay informed with free updates Simply sign up to the War in Ukraine myFT Digest — delivered directly to your inbox. Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine is damaging Russia’s economy, driving up domestic consumer prices and forcing Moscow to spend a third of its budget on defence, the US Treasury department has said. Rachel Lyngaas, […]

Birmingham, Ala. – Birmingham’s metro area is among 31 regions across the country named today as a federal Tech Hub, competing successfully under a new program that could ultimately inject $75 million into the local economy. The designation followed a highly competitive process with nearly 200 applications nationwide, and it recognizes the innovation happening in the […]

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Scottie Scheffler took one long, smooth stroke, then looked down the line and watched the ball roll toward the hole on the practice green. He was using his wedge. That was a drill. The state of his game on the greens — more of an emergency.

The US has more than 450,000 warehouses and distribution centers – that’s 16.4 billion square feet of rooftop space ripe for hosting solar panels. Rooftop solar on US warehouses Environment America and Frontier Group crunched some numbers and shared what they discovered in a study called “Solar on Warehouses.” They report that the rooftops of US […]

This article is part of our Design special section on how the recent push for diversity in design is changing the way the world looks. Even when Tione Trice was a child in Atlanta in the 1990s, he nurtured a love for a design style he called African Essentialism that was nothing like the Eurocentric […]

Only 3 percent of the sites listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places currently focus on the experiences of Black American history and culture. Jocelyn Imani, Black history and culture director at the Trust for Public Land wants to remedy that, and is part of the effort to preserve such sites. At a […]

This article is part of our Design special section on how the recent push for diversity is changing the way the world looks. Even when Tione Trice was a child in Atlanta in the 1990s, he nurtured a love for a design style he called African Essentialism that was nothing like the Eurocentric goods that […]


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