Planning for summertime get togethers can be a blast. But if you're like us, seeing your place through the eyes of visitors can be a rude awakening: Suddenly you notice how worn that rug is, how difficult it is to find unblemished sheets for guests and just how wasteful the disposable plates you once relied on for cookouts really are. To the rescue: Amazon!
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Using just water and these cloths, you can achieve sparkling clean windows, mirrors and shower doors. Wash with the waffle weave first to remove grime and dust, then follow with the polishing cloth for an impressive shine.
Nearly 23,000 fans give this air purifier five stars. The reason? The HEPA filter captures 99.97% of microscopic particles like pollen, pet dander and smoke. The machine actually circulates the air as it cleans! Works for spaces up to 465 square feet.
Authorities in Norway said this Sunday (14 July) they have euthanised a walrus, named Freya, that had drawn crowds of spectators in the Oslo Fjord after concluding that it posed a risk to humans.Source: TV2 Norway/AP
Revelations that Australia's ex-prime minister secretly appointed himself to several ministerial posts during the pandemic sparked a political firestorm Monday, with his successor promising a rapid investigation.
Investigators say unsealing the evidence presented to obtain a search warrant for Mar-a-Lago could reveal names of sources or witnesses they've interviewed in their case against the former US president.
Boris Johnson is not expected to take part in any engagements this week as he enjoys his second foreign summer holiday in less than a month, Downing Street has confirmed. Over the weekend, Mr Johnson was spotted in Greece as UK households grapple with the deepening impact of the cost of living crisis. The prime minister took a holiday earlier this month despite warnings of further inflation and the threat of a recession later this year.
A former Paralympian has been fitted with a bionic hand that can be updated with new movements and gestures from anywhere in the world. Australian swimmer Jessica Smith said the device is "amazing" and that she chose to have it despite a traumatic experience with a prosthetic when she was a child. Like other bionic hands, it converts electrical impulses from the upper arm muscles into movements powered by the device's motors.