Sara Schaer, cofounder and CEO of Kango, says her company wants to be a solution as soon as parents run up against the challenge of juggling work and family, rather than having them wait for their child to turn 6 or 7 or 8 when “the damage is done” and “you’ve had to dial back on your career, you’ve not been able to enroll them in certain activities that you wanted to get them started early on, or you’ve had to move closer to where the day care is, or have limited your choices in that way.” Toward the end of “Gary,” the argument between Janice and Gary culminates in a line that Gary spits out, risking alienating Janice by insulting her livelihood: “Cleaning is immoral!” he cries. This is not just the raving of a clown who doesn’t want to do dirty work; what he’s discovered is just how dehumanizing their job really is. They are maintenance workers being asked to maintain the status quo — to clean up the mess left by murderous rulers before anyone has time to think about what it’s doing there in the first place. Cleaning obscures. It creates closure where there should be questioning.

(+68) 120034509But in a recent analysis, David Pomerantz, the executive director of the Energy and Policy Institute, a pro-renewables group, looked at the long-term plans of the 22 biggest investor-owned utilities. Some in the Midwest are planning to speed up the rate at which they cut emissions between now and 2030. But other large utilities, like Duke Energy and American Electric Power, expect to reduce their carbon emissions at a slower pace over the next decade than they had over the previous decade. “We will continue to be victorious in every juncture that follows,” he said. “Our cause is crystal clear. It’s the cause of the defense of the country.” He denied Mr. Pompeo’s assertion that he was ready to fly to Cuba, and called for a march on Wednesday “to win the peace.”

Let's dive into these points a little more. When President Barack Obama began thawing long-frozen relations with Cuba — a drive that included attending a baseball game in Havana alongside President Raúl Castro — Major League Baseball began negotiating with the Cuban Baseball Federation to start legally bringing Cuban stars to play in the United States. The deal, heralded as a way to combat the illegal cross-border smuggling of ballplayers, was finally clinched in December, and the Cuban federation sent over its first list of 34 candidates on April 3.


“We were only covering them in the sense that they could go to the emergency room,” the mayor said. “It was not a way to live.” Because Trump’s path to victory was so impossibly narrow during the last election, and because he has done absolutely nothing to expand his base, he will need to hold on to all of the base he had.

(+68) 120034509A contemporary New York novel set almost 20 years ago, “My Year of Rest and Relaxation,” by Ottessa Moshfegh, would make a slightly skew but provocative companion read. The novel’s pretty, unnamed narrator is (like Lily) an orphan, though she does have an inheritance to financially sustain her during a yearlong, pharmaceutically induced retreat from the world and from her own consciousness — with echoes of Lily’s own gradual dependence on a medicinal sleep aid. Moshfegh’s narrator’s waking moments, though, are filled with bitterly funny observations — of contemporary art and celebrities — whose tone would not seem out of place in Ms. Bart’s upper-crust milieu. “I have so much trouble believing that of all of the top students in New York City who are able to change the world, and are able to perform the best in this really rigorous environment, that only seven of them are black,” said William Lohier, 17. “It’s very true that in this circumstance, black and Latinx communities and Asian communities have been pitted against each other. And I think what it’s so important for people to realize is that when we have a more representative school system, when we have a school system in which everyone has equal opportunity, that benefits all of us. That benefits us collectively as a society.”

Giraffes are a threatened species and many of their populations are endangered and declining. Wildlife laws are generally designed with vertebrates in mind, but unlike tigers and elephants, most insects are composed of huge populations that will not be affected by even heavy collection, Dr. Svacha said.


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6:30 p.m. Dinner is already in progress (leftovers from last night), then dishes, baths, stories, bed for kids. My daughter is running a low fever and I make a silent offering to the sleep gods that everyone gets rest tonight. You wanted an artist who’d push the boundaries of the new institution? Be careful what you ask for.

But it was a lead role that brought him to Austin. He starred in “Good Country,” an opera by the composer Keith Allegretti and the librettist Cecelia Raker that was based on the true story of Charley Parkhurst, a stagecoach driver who lived as a man but was discovered, after his death in 1879, to have been born a woman. The couple met in 2009 at Bobo, a restaurant in New York, where they both worked at the time.

The Mavericks are generally using him in six-minute bursts as he continues to rebuild his stamina after such an extended period of rehabilitation. Porzingis is also still in the process of restoring the requisite confidence in his legs to throw himself into crowds. For students of color who have long had to justify their presence on campus, the federal fraud case was a reminder of deep inequalities in admissions.

If replacing a light switch is daunting for you, you'll also now be able to hire InstallerNet for white glove installation that comes with a lifetime labor warranty. With about two months left in the bruising 2016 presidential campaign, Donald J. Trump — the president-to-be who took on Gold Star parents and a federal judge, and seemed emboldened by the skirmishes — agreed to pause his campaign on the anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.


The Afghan Embassy in Washington did not have an immediate response. And these policies have endeared him to the G.O.P.’s money men. “Deep-pocketed Republicans who snubbed Donald Trump in 2016 are going all in for him in 2020,” reports Politico.