By Brandon Mercer Published 11:26 am PST, Friday, November 16, 2018 (l-r) Marcella Solis, 12, Alicia Pineda,12 and Efren Solis, 12, of Chico, walk through a makeshift evacuation center at Walmart in Chico handing out masks to people who need them following the Camp Fire that tore through Paradise last week in Chico, California, on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018. less (l-r) Marcella Solis, 12, Alicia Pineda,12 and Efren Solis, 12, of Chico, walk through a makeshift evacuation center at Walmart in Chico handing out masks to people who need them following the Camp Fire that ... more Photo: Gabrielle Lurie / The Chronicle Photo: Gabrielle Lurie / The Chronicle Image 1 of / 15 Caption Close Image 1 of 15 (l-r) Marcella Solis, 12, Alicia Pineda,12 and Efren Solis, 12, of Chico, walk … [Read more...] about N95, P100: What do all these mask numbers mean and how do I know it’s keeping me safe?
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Julie Hinds Detroit Free Press Published 10:11 AM EDT Nov 2, 2018 In "Believed," the remarkable new podcast from Michigan Radio, a woman talks about the appointment she had at age 17 with a doctor named Larry Nassar. She was there to get help for scoliosis. During the exam, Nassar groped her crotch and breast. He watched her get dressed afterward and gave her goodbye hug. Then she drove back to her high school, sat down for lunch with a group of friends, and told them about the awful thing that had just happened to her "I honestly don't know what made me even say something to a group that big," says Brianne Randall-Gay in episode two, titled "How He Got Away," describing events from 2004. "I think I was just so distraught by it, I need to tell someone and I needed to say something because I was trying to work this out in my head." Even if you followed the coverage in 2018 of more than 150 women delivering victim-impact … [Read more...] about ‘Believed’ podcast on Larry Nassar case soars on iTunes charts
BBC newsreader Rachael Bland's podcast has reached number one in charts - a day after her heartbreaking final post, revealing she has just days to live. You, Me And The Big C charts the 40-year-old's life with breast cancer, alongside her sidekicks and best cancer pals, The Sun's Deborah James and Lauren Mahon. The brutally honest podcast aims to put the "CAN in cancer", and has served as a huge inspiration and source of support for thousands of cancer patients - and their families. The second series launched just weeks ago - having only ever reached number two in the podcast download charts. But as news of Rachael's final post, saying goodbye to all those who have supported her, swept social media the podcast has soared up the charts. The Sun's Deborah James, who is living with stage 4 bowel cancer, said: "It's what Rach has always wanted. It always annoyed her we didn't quite get the top spot. This will mean the world." And Lauren tweeted: "WE DID IT!!! Thank you so much for getting … [Read more...] about Rachael Bland’s BBC podcast You, Me And The Big C soars to top of the charts – as she reveals she has ‘just days to live’
close Video Bill McGurn: Pecker immunity deal is 'bad news' for Trump Commenting on news that David Pecker, CEO of American Media, will receive federal immunity in the Michael Cohen case, Wall Street Journal columnist and Fox News contributor Bill McGurn says the real danger to President Trump is not a criminal indictment but the threat of impeachment. **Want FOX News Halftime Report in your inbox every day? Sign up here.** On the roster: Report: Trump tabloid pal cut deal with feds - Fox News Poll: Dems maintain lead in race for House - NFL anthem protests blitzes Texas race - Never mind… DNC says hack attempt was just a test - For Sale: 3BR, 2BA, ranch home, T. Rex incl. NYT: “The tabloid executive David J. Pecker has been granted immunity by federal prosecutors investigating payments during the 2016 campaign to two women who said they had affairs with Donald J. Trump, a person familiar with the investigation confirmed on Thursday. … [Read more...] about Report: Trump tabloid pal cut deal with feds
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Janelle Nanos Globe Staff August 07, 2018 Every Monday, new employees stream up the escalators of Wayfair’s Copley Place headquarters for orientation. On a mid-July Monday, the class of hires had hit 205, a record for the online seller of home goods. Row after row of mostly bright-faced twentysomethings, fresh with degrees in computer science or marketing, seemed to stretch on endlessly, as if they were caught between mirrored walls.Throughout the day a parade of executives would indoctrinate them in Wayfair’s customer-service ethos: They would be “innovating better together,” become “fast fixers and builders” and “manager-doers,” and help customers better “envision the spaces where they live their lives.” It was high-minded rhetoric for a company that sells couches, lamps, cat condos, … [Read more...] about Furniture wars: Booming Wayfair charts a course to dominate online sales of home goods