Glasgow’s New Adaptation Strategy Hits Back At Climate Change

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Marcus Harris hopes small tweaks will revive his Australia Test career

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Victoria opener Marcus Harris is hopeful a set-up adjustment he has made with new state coach Chris Rogers will help propel him back into Test calculations.

Harris hasn’t played Test cricket since the 2019 Ashes where he made just 58 runs in six innings. Stuart Broad and Jofra Archer dismissed Harris five times between them, all from around the wicket and all where he was squared up.

Harris identified that

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Can Electoral College really tie at 269 to 269 ? Yes. It’s not likely but here’s how it works

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Can there be a tie between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden?

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The simple answer: Yes. If Biden flips Arizona, Michigan and Wisconsin, but every other state remains as it was in 2016, there could be a 269-269 tie.

Is that likely? Probably not. It appears Biden is leading in Nebraska’s 2nd Congressional District, which Trump won

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CU Boulder hosting virtual education talks Thursday

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The University of Colorado Boulder’s School of Education is hosting a virtual version of its annual “Ed Talks” starting at 5 p.m. Thursday.

Five speakers, including Fairview High teacher Sarah Zerwin, plan to address how racial justice movements and the COVID-19 pandemic are affecting K-12 schools across the country — and how these events might be an opportunity to re-imagine education.

Zerwin said her talk on “Teaching in an unfamiliar

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Daylong attack on Afghan university leaves at least 22 dead, 22 wounded

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KABUL, Afghanistan — Islamic State militants in Afghanistan stormed Kabul University on Monday as it hosted a book fair attended by the Iranian ambassador, sparking an hours-long gun battle and leaving at least 22 dead and 22 wounded at the war-torn country’s largest school.

Most of the casualties were students and there were fears the death toll could climb further with some of the wounded said to be in critical

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