Drop date is tomorrow.
The fate of the tax overhaul now hinges on a handful of undecided senators, and Senate Republican leaders cannot afford to lose more than two of their members.
On Tuesday, don’t chicken out of going outside, since we will experience milder temperatures than the last few days have brought, with highs in the upper 50s and lows in the 40s. Wednesday morning and midday bring a chance of preci-pie-tation, before the rain quits cold-turkey by Wednesday evening. From Thanksgiving Day through the weekend, we will experience colder temperatures with highs in the 40s and lows in the 30s, with the brief exception of slightly warmer weather on Saturday. If you’re planning on camping out in mall parking lots the night before Black Friday, beware of chilly weather in the Northeast, although it should be above freezing elsewhere. Looking to the rest of the United States, there is a chance of rain in Florida on Thursday, and the upper Rockies will continue to experience their usual acc-yam-ulation of snow. In the Northwest, we can expect rain over the entire forecasting period - and more than a poultry amount; expect quite the dreary weather. So if you’ve de-cider-ed to fly home from Oregon or Washington on Sunday, keep an eye out for continuing rains. This weekend is a good time to appreciate - or lament - your hometown weather, because in Cambridge it only gets colder from here, good gravy!
The new dining service will occupy a space that was previously home to Pritchett Dining, which closed in 2007, and is expected to operate from 5pm to midnight on weekdays.
The Breadwinner is an undeniably beautiful movie and story. The strength of the women in the family to survive is evident by all the sacrifices they make.
Since the publication of God of Small Things nearly twenty years ago, critics and fans have been waiting for the next big thing that Arundhati Roy comes up with. With Ministry of Utmost Happiness, Arundhati Roy makes the wait worthwhile...
Despite decades of scientific advancement that separate us from the researchers in 1869, a quick look at the articles in the first issue of Nature shows that we can still relate to many of the challenges and opportunities scientists faced then.