Ice skaters and even ice parasailers glided across a serene, frozen Lake Monona in Madison, Wisconsin, as the sun set on January 11.Temperatures that evening dipped to a freezing 26 degrees Fahrenheit, according to Madison.com.Gregory John Larson recorded the picturesque scene. Credit: Gregory John Larson via Storyful
The UK recorded 81,713 new cases of coronavirus and 287 deaths on Saturday as infections continue to fall. It was the first time the number of daily infections had dipped below 100,000 since December 21. Separate figures published by the Office for National Statistics show there have been a total of 176,000 deaths registered in the UK where Covid-19 was mentioned on the death certificate.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) -Runaway Premier League leaders Manchester City took a step closer to a fourth title in five seasons with a 1-0 win over second-placed Chelsea on Saturday, opening up a 13-point lead over the London club at the top. Philippe Coutinho enjoyed a dream debut for Aston Villa as he came off the bench to inspire a 2-2 comeback draw at home to Manchester United, scoring a late equaliser. Rafa Benitez's troubles at Everton continued as they suffered a 2-1 loss at Norwich City, who moved off the bottom of the table with their third win of the campaign.
It’s best known as a franchise that takes a knife to the horror genre, but ‘Scream’ has been more consistent when it comes to poking fun at modern celebrity. As Wes Craven’s seminal series returns with a new sequel, Adam White asks if Ghostface has anything on the absurdist derangement of being famous in America
Boris Johnson is set to axe free lateral flow tests amid concerns over their cost, it has been reported. Under the new proposals, free tests will be limited to high-risk settings such as care homes, hospitals and schools. Nicola Sturgeon last night warned the Prime Minister that scrapping the free tests would be “utterly wrongheaded”.
A tsunami advisory was in place for coastal areas of California, Oregon, Washington, and British Columbia on January 15, after an underwater volcano eruption occurred near Tonga hours prior.Footage by William Link shows waves running up Beverly Beach on Saturday morning. In a Facebook post, Link said the beach “completely disappeared for about 10 minutes.”The National Weather Service recorded wave heights of 1.5 feet north of Beverly Beach in Port Orford. Residents in coastal areas were advised to move off the beach and out of harbors and marinas.Tsunami warnings were also issued for areas in the pacific, including Japan, Australia, and New Zealand. Credit: William Link via Storyful