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    Range Rover is renewed. The legendary all-terrain, as well as its SUV Sport variant, will debut a major update over the next year. We anticipate everything we know. August 12, 2021 (14:15 CET) Range Rover 2022: all the secrets of the new SUV and its Sport variant. Illustration: Kolesa.ru There is new Range Rover in sight. The mythical all-terrain will be available on the roads probably during the second quarter of 2022, through a new generation that, officially, it is possible that Land Rover will present it to us shortly before, perhaps by the end of the year. This will put an end to many months of anticipation and even spy photos and videos (like the one you will find in this article below) and where they have gone previewing small details of the new model. Meanwhile, we can already advance you enough information about the new Range Rover 2022 and, above all, its first illustrations of how it will be, thanks to our colleagues from Kolesa.ru. Thus, the first thing...
    Senate Democrats united behind President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management in a procedural vote Tuesday that all but confirms her nomination. The nominee, Tracy Stone-Manning, failed to win a single Republican vote amid accusations that she lied to the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee over her involvement in a 1989 eco-terrorism incident. Republican Sen. Jim Risch of Idaho warned prior to the vote that the Democrats’ support of Stone-Manning to lead an agency that oversees public lands that encompass about 12% of the U.S. landmass will dog their party for years to come. “If this is the character of someone that you want us to remember as the legacy of your administration, here she is,” Risch said. “A perjurer. An eco-terrorist. A person who has participated in a conspiracy to murder innocent people working in the forest.” All 48 Senate Democrats and the two independent senators who caucus with the party voted in support of President Joe Biden’s nominee to lead the Bureau of Land Management in a procedural vote Tuesday that...
    The water spigots on California farms will soon be twisted tighter. As the state faces a growing threat from drought, an increasing number of water agencies are planning to require flow meters on agricultural wells, part of a landmark effort to measure and constrain pumping that used to be free and unlimited. It’s a controversial step aimed at protecting water supplies that could change cultivation practices in the Golden State’s thirsty fields. “It’s hard to be as efficient as possible if you don’t know how much water you’re using,” said Sierra Ryan, interim water resources manager for Santa Cruz County. Under the state’s tough new groundwater protection law, “we now have a legal obligation to manage our groundwater sustainably,” she said. “And we cannot manage the basin with such large uncertainties in our water use.” The new approach is a major shift. Since California’s early rough-and-tumble frontier days, the ability to pump water from a private well on personal property has been an agricultural birthright. If you owned the land, the thinking went, you owned the water under it. So...
    A truck rammed into a crowd of cyclists Saturday at a race in an Arizona mountain town, the Associated Press reported. Arizona authorities say several bicyclists were critically injured after being hit by a truck driver who fled the scene. The suspect was shot and is in critical but stable condition.https://t.co/u4ypf4GYXr — FOX News Radio (@foxnewsradio) June 19, 2021 Cyclist Tony Quinones, 55, told The AP Sunday that six minutes after the annual Bike the Bluff race started, he was “watching bodies going on top of the hood, bodies going to the left, bodies going to the right.” (RELATED: Truck Crashes Into Pedestrians At Pride Parade, Killing One) Police officers in the small town of Show Low shot and wounded the unidentified 35-yer-old male suspect outside a hardware store after he had fled the scene, AP reported. Police said in a statement the suspect is in stable condition, The AP reported. Quinones said he saw the man deliberately accelerating toward the cyclists, according to The AP. After the truck had rammed into the cyclists, Quines he heard groans of...
    Getty The Lakers are a top potential landing spot for Andre Drummond. The Los Angeles Lakers continue to be linked to Cleveland Cavaliers center Andre Drummond, but it remains to be seen if the two-time All-Star will be dealt by the NBA trade deadline. Drummond’s $28.7 million salary means the Lakers are only in contention for the big man if he receives a buyout. During a recent episode of The Woj Pod, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski noted the Lakers and Nets are at the “top of the list” to sign Drummond if he receives a buyout from the Cavs. “Cleveland with Andre Drummond, the expectation of most people is it ends up in a buyout, that a trade at his salary is too difficult,” Wojnarowski detailed. “I do think there’s a couple of things on the board possibly maybe in three-way situations where they can get enough salaries moved around. Ultimately, all Cleveland’s really going to try to get out of this is what they put into it last year when traded [for] him from Detroit. If they...
    Coronavirus updates: Explosive surge in California; Trump appointee pushed herd immunity, we want them infected, report says Dr. Fauci Says He Wont See His Kids for Christmas, Urges Americans to Make Same Painful Choice Why The 7 Principles Of Kwanzaa Should Be Celebrated All Year-Round The history of the descendants of the formerly enslaved is unique from others in the United States. After being ripped from their native land, their ancestors were also ripped of their culture: no more native language, traditional clothing, or anything that pointed back to the land from which they originated. Instead, assimilation was forced upon them until there were few remnants of their native culture. Picture a beautiful, bright cloth with intricate details meticulously woven through. A native language that sings the praises of the land from where it originated every time it is spoken. Ceremonial dances, passed down from generation to generation. Dishes crafted from the fruits of the land. All of the things that make people from every corner of the Earth beautifully unique. Things most people take for granted are...
    FDA promises no corners were cut in the quick OK of 1st U.S. COVID-19 vaccine Trump slams Supreme Court for refusing to overturn election, lashes out at Attorney General Bill Barr Holiday countdown: The UFCs 24 best year-end fights of all time, ranked – where does Hendricks 12-second KO land? The UFC never has been shy about trying to deliver fireworks. © Provided by MMAJunkie Traditionally, the promotion has liked to close out the calendar year with a bang. (Although a few years, the way the dates fell, it meant starting the new year with one, instead.) But the point is, a big pay-per-view always was something fans could look forward to around the holidays. ESPN+ Fantasy Tools: Play Like an Expert, Even If You Aren’t SIGN UP NOW Ad ESPN+ The past couple years, the UFC has shifted away from those, and the final pay-per-view of the year has been in the middle of December. But we still have memories of those big blowout events from the past. In the spirit of the holiday season, this year we’re...
    Vice President Mike Pence delivered the keynote speech on the third night of the  2020 Republican National Convention Wednesday and expanded on the theme of the “Land of Heroes.” The vice president and Second Lady Karen Pence both recounted actions President Donald Trump has taken to support veterans, including the second lady’s mental health initiative. (RELATED: Mike Pence Touts Trump’s Victories Against Biden Agenda Of ‘Government Control’) “Our armed forces and our veterans fill this land of heroes, and many join us tonight in this historic form,” Pence told the gathered attendees at Fort McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland. “With heroes just like these, we defend our nation every day.” WATCH: The evening featured speeches from a number of veterans themselves, including Lt. Gen. Keith Kellog, Texas Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw, Civil Rights activist Clarence Henderson, and Sister Deirdre Byrne. National Association of Police Officers President Michael McHale, former Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell and Chicago widower Sam Vigil all expanded on Trump’s commitment to law and order and putting American voters at the forefront of the administration’s policy decisions....
    On July 4, 1926, in a speech within the Metropolis of Brotherly Love, President Calvin Coolidge mentioned: “On the finish of 150 years, the 4 corners of the earth unite in coming to Philadelphia as to a holy shrine in grateful acknowledgment of a service so nice, which just a few impressed males right here rendered to humanity, that it’s nonetheless the preeminent assist of free authorities all through the world.” Almost a century later, the legacy of these impressed males is in query. On this Independence Day, there have to be no apologies for the best nation that has ever existed. Immediately, we have a good time the unabashed glory and goodness of the US of America. There are these right this moment, members of a hyper-educated however unwise elite, who contemplate the American experiment a failure. They imagine it was by no means good to start with. In our personal metropolis, The New York Instances has devoted its huge assets to spreading this pernicious lie. However you gained’t learn that in these pages on July 4. About...
    The Peach State is stricken from the list of states that does not have a hate crime law. Lawmakers approved the measure in its entirety Thursday, one day before the Georgia legislature adjourned for 2020, and Governor Kemp signed the bill into law Friday. The measure passed the House in a vote of 127-38. In the Senate, the measure passed 47-6. The final version provides sentencing guidelines for anyone who commits a crime based on race, sex, sexual orientation, color, religion, national origin, mental disability, or physical disability. The guidelines would apply for felonies and in misdemeanor offenses of simple assault, simple battery, criminal trespass, battery, and misdemeanor theft. “[W]e took an important, necessary step forward for Georgia. We stood together as fellow Georgians to affirm one simple but powerful motto: Georgia is a state too great to hate,” said Governor Kemp. “The signing of HB 426 is a sign of progress and a milestone worth applauding. This legislation will enhance public safety and ensure that justice is served for all Georgians – regardless of race, gender, religion, nationality, or...
    (CNN)Life comes at you fast and we've got a lot to discuss this week, people, so #letsgo. Hollywood, the time is now for allyshipDoesn't it feel like a revolution has begun?As much as we have been here before -- with protests and calls for change -- right now feels different on so many levels.In the midst of a rapidly evolving culture, we've started this newsletter by yours truly. We'll be popping into your inbox with the latest entertainment happenings and how they reflect these times, when we all need to step up and stand up for what's right.Read MoreThe death of George Floyd didn't just break hearts, it appears to actually be spurring people to action.Even in Hollywood, the land of make believe, people are getting real about racism.Just this week Jimmy Kimmel apologized for performing in blackface and both "30 Rock" and "Scrubs" pulled episodes containing scenes with blackface.Seriously though, who ever thought blackface was funny? Apparently, most of Hollywood because folks have STILL been doing it. Perhaps no more.More than 300 performers and execs with the Hollywood4BlackLives initiative...
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