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Celina Sotomayor, mother of Supreme Court justice, dies at 94

(CNN) — Celina Baez Sotomayor, the mother of Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, died on Sunday at 94 of complications from cancer, according to a family friend. "I have often said that I am all I am because of her, and I am only half the woman she is," Sotomayor once said about her mother, who was orphaned at age 9 and raised by her older sister.
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‘Wheel of Fortune’: Pat Sajak’s Daughter Stuns in Fancy Red Dress Pics, Reveals Celebrity Crush

Maggie Sajak, daughter of longtime “Wheel of Fortune” host Pat Sajak, looks ready to hit the town in her latest social media post. Draped in a stunning red dress, Maggie Sajak is a real stunner in the three photos she put on Instagram. Sajak, who also works on “Wheel of Fortune” with her famous father, is often active on social media. The 26-year-old blonde bombshell is certainly no stranger to the show having grown up around the set. She only became officially employed by “Wheel of Fortune” a short time ago. It is most fitting that she heads of the popular game show’s social media efforts as she is a pro in the world of Instagram and Twitter. On Saturday, she uses her own personal social media page to show off her new look. She also reveals who her celebrity crush is in the post.
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The threat November 2022 poses to Biden

CNN — The first midterms for US presidents usually don’t go well. Other than a handful of exceptions, the party of the person in the White House does poorly. In years such as 1994, Republicans took control of Congress during the Bill Clinton administration. In other cases, such as in 2002 or 2018, losing one chamber has been sufficient to change the political dynamic in Washington. As former President Barack Obama commented in 2010, when Republicans took control of the House following the fallout from the Affordable Care Act, he took a “shellacking.”
Princeton, NJroi-nj.com

Birch Group pays $47.3M for two Princeton office buildings

The Birch Group has acquired a pair of buildings in Princeton for $47.3 million, it announced Monday. The real estate firm said it has acquired two Class A properties totaling 213,000 square feet at 600 and 700 Alexander Park. The building at 600 Alexander Drive is a single-tenant, three-story property...
AgricultureBenzinga

AgriFORCE is Disrupting Traditional Farming with its Eco-Friendly Growing Process

Hydroponic farming used to be an answer to a problem few were aware of. Before global warming, growing food demands, care for the environment and water use became hot-button topics around the globe, most were utterly content with traditional farming methods. AgriFORCE Growing Systems Ltd. (NASDAQ: AGRI) has been ahead of the curve and continues to set the pace in nontraditional farming alternatives.
Chicago, ILParents Magazine

Everything You Need to Know About Online Colleges

Following high school graduation, Shonda Simmons had signed up for a handful of courses at a local community college. A first-generation college student, the Chicago native struggled to balance coursework with a full-time job and caring for a developmentally disabled older brother. "It was a lot for a teenager," Simmons...
Washington Statemsn.com

Thousands In WA Fear Eviction As Moratorium's End Draws Near

SEATTLE — Tens of thousands of Washingtonians fear they will be evicted from their homes when the state's eviction moratorium ends later this year. Those Washington residents are among the more than 1.4 million Americans who said it’s very likely they’ll be evicted from their homes in the next two months, as reported in the U.S. Census Bureau’s Household Pulse Survey.
CelebritiesCincinnati Herald

IN MEMORIAM: Civil Rights Legend Bob Moses Dies at 86

Robert Parris Moses, one of America’s foremost civil rights leaders who stood fearless in the face of violence to register African American voters in the South, has died at the age of 86. His daughter, Maisha Moses, announced his death. Often clad in denim overalls, Moses drew comparisons to Dr....
CelebritiesNew Pittsburgh Courier

Civil Rights legend Bob Moses dies at 86

Bob Moses, one of America’s foremost civil rights leaders who stood fearless in the face of violence to register African American voters in the South, has died at the age of 86. His daughter, Maisha Moses, announced his death. Often clad in denim overalls, Moses drew comparisons to Dr. Martin...
Energy Industryoffshore-technology.com

Twitter round-up: Michael E. Webber’s tweet on lack of natural gas leading to power blackouts top tweet in Q2 2021

The top oil and gas tweets were chosen from influencers as tracked by GlobalData’s Influencer Platform, which is based on a scientific process that works on pre-defined parameters. Influencers are selected after a deep analysis of the influencer’s relevance, network strength, engagement, and leading discussions on new and emerging trends.
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