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Dow, NASDAQ Rise Just Enough for a 5-Week Rally

Finance
[unable to retrieve full-text content]The market needed a solid session on Friday to keep its weekly winning streak alive and that s pretty much what it got Two of the major indices gained enough to keep the rally going for a fifth straight week The NASDAQ was not forced lower by yesterday s Intel news which many had Latest Articles in
Caroline Flack poses in just a towel for flesh-flashing display

Caroline Flack poses in just a towel for flesh-flashing display

Entertainment
CAROLINE Flack has caused a meltdown with her latest exposé. The Love Island host raised eyebrows as she was caught in an embrace with Strictly Come Dancing star AJ Pritchard at the National Television Awards (NTAs) this week.However, Caroline Flack has raised temperatures today with her latest Instagram shot.The TV host was seen posing in just a towel for the saucy snap.She teamed this with a sultry stare to the camera, enhanced by lashings of mascara on her peepers. Related Articles “Quite a cheeky look though”Instagram userThe 39-year-old star was also rocking a nude lip and a splash of highlight, while her hair was styled into tumbling curls.Teasing her 1.9 million followers, she captioned the post: "Quite tame."Her fans didn't seem to think so though, with one ...
Yellowstone's forests could be grassland in just a few decades

Yellowstone's forests could be grassland in just a few decades

Science
Jan. 18 (UPI) -- The combination of warming, drought and wildfire could turn Yellowstone's forests into grassland by the middle of the century, scientists warn. Wildfires are a normal occurrence in most forests in the American West. Large fires are less common. In Yellowstone, big blazes rip through the park once every 100 to 300 years. Flora and fauna in Yellowstone are adapted to periodic large fires, but they need time to recover and regenerate. But according to a new study, large fires are becoming more common, and hotter, drier conditions are making it more difficult for plant and animal species to repopulate ecosystems scorched by wildfire. As prolonged droughts, extreme heatwaves and bigger fires become the new norm, scientists worry Yellowstone's forests will be grassland in just ...