LINDSAY MCCRAE Watching tiny Emperor penguin chicks breaking out of their eggs, guarded by their fathers, was among the most magical moments I had in filmed in Antarctica’s Atka Bay. From ancient pyramids to luxury beaches Incredible pictures show Egypt in all its glory. The awe-inspiring pictures are all from a new book in Amber Books’ Visual Explorer Guide series called Egypt, by Trevor Naylor. Young Canadians sue government for failing to act on climate change. A group of young Canadians filed documents on Friday to sue the federal government for injuries allegedly suffered due to Ottawa’s role in contributing to climate change. buy clobex usa leaves club amid Premiership Rugby investigation. EXCLUSIVE BY LAURA LAMBERT The man in charge of managing Saracens’ salary cap is one of two directors to have left the club in the past two months, it can be revealed. Death, Taxes and Frank Gore. The Buffalo Bills running back, 36, may soon climb to No. 3 in career rushing yards, surpassing Barry Sanders. It would be a testament to an improbable career that just keeps chugging along. Satellite images reveal HUGE CRACKS in Antarctic ice sheet. New images taken by the ESA’s Copernicus Sentinel satellites shows two major new cracks in the West Antarctic Ice Sheet. The cracks measure over 20 kilometers long and could lead to new ice bergs. Trump Administration Moves to Lift Protections for Fish and Divert Water to Farms. The Trump administration eased protections on a small California fish, allowing water to be diverted from its estuary habitat to large Central Valley farms. Breakingviews TV Zuck ad woes. Running political campaign messages accounts for a tiny sliver of Facebooks revenue, but generates a welter of bad publicity. Jennifer Saba argues that the smart thing for the social media firms boss, Mark Zuckerberg, to do is to avoid showing political ads at all. Shannon Noll is back with a new single he calls the ‘theme song for the summer’. Online Drugstore has revealed that he is back with a new single. Displaying, not Hiding, the Reality of Slave Labor in Art. Museums are taking steps to acknowledge the role of slavery in the lives of some of the nations most revered figures. Meghan Markle’s half-sister Samantha is at centre of US police probe into cyber bullying. The 54-year-old from Virginia allegedly wrote multiple contentious messages about the Duke and Duchess of Sussex online. Complaints came from no fewer than four countries. Neurosurgeon takes pay cut to perform free operations. US-based neurosurgeon; Dr. Olawale Sulaiman, through his health company, RNZ Global visits Nigeria every month to perform surgeries, sometimes free. Special Discounts to Be an Environmental Party, Too. Rooted in the idealization of the land and French identity, the National Rallys approach focuses on the local and dovetails with its push to strengthen borders. Parents are being asked nearly 10,000 questions a year by their children. Mums and dads said the ten hardest queries posed by kids aged five to 11 included ‘where do babies come from?’, ‘why can’t Safe and Secure Pharmacy stay up as late as you?’ and ‘why do I have to do what you tell me?’. Trilobite Fossils Show Conga Line Frozen for 480 Million Years. The orderly collection of ancient arthropods suggests that complex social behavior goes way back in the history of life on Earth. Penn State Fraternity Suspended After Teenagers Death. Members of the Chi Phi fraternity were believed to be present at an off-campus house not the fraternitys official house where a 17-year-old went into cardiac arrest and died on Saturday, the university said. Stocks hit record again. Kaia Gerber 18 bundles up for a stroll in New York amid rumored romance with Pete Davidson 25 ? The market is at all-time highs and many say Trump is the reason. But stocks were rallying when investors thought Hillary Clinton would win. Janet Yellen and the Fed may deserve more of the credit for the market’s move. U.S. money market assets increased in latest week iMoneyNet. U.S. money market fund assets increased by $18.00 billion to $3.437 trillion in the week ended Oct 22, the Money Fund Report said on Wednesday. How a man’s passion for nature saved Senegal’s mangroves. Senegal is winning the fight against climate change and mass deforestation thanks to a grassroot project led by the former minister of the environment to re-plant millions of mangroves along the coast. A Ratmansky Premiere Highlights American Ballet Theaters Season. The company will celebrate its 80th anniversary in spring with some of its oldest and most recent repertory, and Alexei Ratmanskys Of Love and Rage. From Martin Freeman back on TV to Gunnersville and new play Appropriate, 7 Unmissable Events. Martin Freeman plays a policeman hunting a killer in this gripping drama based on a true story. Hong Kong pro-democracy protesters rally for Catalan independence. Hundreds of Hong Kong protesters, some waving Catalan flags and banners urging to “fight for freedom together”, rallied in support of a separate Catalonia on Thursday, broaching an issue that is anathema to Hong Kong’s Communist Party leaders in Beijing. Rough cut (no reporter narration). Human brain wired to stop us thinking about death by making us believe it only affects other people. Researchers atBar Ilan University in Israel studied participants’ ‘surprise’ signals in their brains. The mechanism starts from an early ageto stop an onslaught of morbid thoughts. Ivorian designers convert trash into fashion. Glamorous models, innovative designers and fashion aficionados recently came together in Ivory Coast’s economic capital Abidjan to promote eco-friendly fashion and sustainable designs. Verizon earnings beat estimates as cheaper plans attract customers. Verizon Communications Inc beat Wall Street estimates for third-quarter profit and revenue on Friday, as the largest U.S. wireless carrier cut prices of its unlimited plans to pull in more subscribers who pay monthly bills.