Coronavirus anxiety in kids leads to big surge in interest in mindfulness app | ABC News

Making sense of the pandemic is challenging for everyone, but for children, it’s especially hard. The CEO of not-for-profit Smiling Mind, Addie Wootten, said remote learning and changes in routine can be particularly harmful for children. “I think we underestimate the impact these big events can have on young children … those changes can throw … Read more Coronavirus anxiety in kids leads to big surge in interest in mindfulness app | ABC News

Honey Trap | Nothing to see here but a bear being a…bear

What do we have here? Looks like Winnie-the-Pooh is hunting for that sweet, sweet honey! Subscribe to RT! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpwvZwUam-URkxB7g4USKpg?sub_confirmation=1 RT LIVE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IFAcqaNzNSc Check out http://rt.com Like us on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/RTnews Follow us on VK https://vk.com/rt_international Follow us on Twitter http://twitter.com/RT_com Follow us on Instagram http://instagram.com/rt Follow us on Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/rttv #RT (Russia Today) is a … Read more Honey Trap | Nothing to see here but a bear being a…bear

‘Let that bear out of the cage!’ – Kendrick Perkins on Zion Williamson’s minutes limit | The Jump

Paul Pierce and Kendrick Perkins join Rachel Nichols on The Jump to react to Zion Williamson’s tight minutes restriction in New Orleans Pelicans vs. Utah Jazz, which the Pels lost. #TheJump #NBA #Sports Subscribe to ESPN+ https://plus.espn.com/ Get the ESPN App: http://www.espn.com/espn/apps/espn Subscribe to ESPN on YouTube: http://es.pn/SUBSCRIBEtoYOUTUBE Subscribe to NBA on ESPN on YouTube: … Read more ‘Let that bear out of the cage!’ – Kendrick Perkins on Zion Williamson’s minutes limit | The Jump

NASA launches rover in mission to find signs of ancient life on Mars

Nasa’s most sophisticated rover yet, Perseverance, has successfully blasted off from Florida’s Cape Canaveral on a $2.7bn mission to search for traces of ancient life on Mars. Perseverance will travel for about seven months before attempting to land on the Jerezo crater, which scientists suspect could bear evidence of potential past microbial life on Mars. … Read more NASA launches rover in mission to find signs of ancient life on Mars

Barr Confronts Democrats Who Say That He Gives In to Trump

William Barr offered a combative defense of his independence from Donald Trump and the federal response to protests as he testified before a committee in the Democratic-controlled House for the first time since he became attorney general more than 17 months ago. “The president has not attempted to interfere,” Barr said in opening comments at … Read more Barr Confronts Democrats Who Say That He Gives In to Trump

Giant teddy bears help customers maintain social distance at cafe | Coronavirus

A cafe in Mexico City has a new take on a teddy bear tea party. Giant teddy bears seated encourage customers to maintain social distancing. Coronavirus infection are still high in Mexico’s capital. The giant toys are proving to be an effective and light-hearted way of promoting the message of keeping oneself safe during the … Read more Giant teddy bears help customers maintain social distance at cafe | Coronavirus

The Manga Bear Travel Guide – Rome

Following the romantic gondola ride along the canales of the beautiful Venice, the Manga Crew’s next stop on this summer’s Manga Bear Travel Guide is the Eternal City, the capital of Italy. Rome. Manga Bear and his friends take visit the Colosseum and the Trevi Fountain. How will the Manga Crew top this desitantion next … Read more The Manga Bear Travel Guide – Rome

McEnany: Charges Against St. Louis Couple Who Waved Guns at Protesters ‘Absurd’

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany says St. Louis’ top prosecutor committed an “egregious abuse of power” in charging a couple who displayed guns during a protest outside their mansion. McEnany was asked at the White House briefing Tuesday about St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner’s decision to file felony unlawful use of a weapon … Read more McEnany: Charges Against St. Louis Couple Who Waved Guns at Protesters ‘Absurd’

U.S. Accuses Chinese Hackers of Stealing Trade Secrets, Covid-19 Data

BIll Hyslop, U.S. Attorney for Eastern District of Washington, describes “Lee” and “Dong,” the two Chinese hackers accused by the Justice Department of “hacking for their own personal gain” and “hacking for the benefit of China’s Ministry of State Security” The U.S. accused two Chinese hackers of working for Beijing to steal terabytes of data, … Read more U.S. Accuses Chinese Hackers of Stealing Trade Secrets, Covid-19 Data

China Used ‘Economic Coercion’ to Steal Intellectual Property: FBI Deputy Director

FBI Deputy Director David Bowdich describes how “China uses its economic influence to pressure” other countries to “silence any country that would dare challenge their illegal actions” The U.S. accused two Chinese hackers of working for Beijing to steal terabytes of data, including coronavirus research, from Western companies in 11 nations — the second time … Read more China Used ‘Economic Coercion’ to Steal Intellectual Property: FBI Deputy Director

St. Louis Couple Charged With Felony for Pulling, Waving Guns at Protesters

St. Louis’ top prosecutor on Monday charged a husband and wife with felony unlawful use of a weapon for displaying guns during a racial injustice protest outside their mansion. Mark and Patricia McCloskey, who are white, are both personal injury attorneys in their 60s. Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner told The Associated Press that their actions … Read more St. Louis Couple Charged With Felony for Pulling, Waving Guns at Protesters

Woman takes selfie with bear on hiking trail in Mexico

A video has emerged of a close encounter between a hiker and a black bear in a Mexican ecological park. The bear can be seen approaching the group of hikers and sniffing and pawing at one of the women.  The woman remains calm as the animal stands up on its hind legs and she even … Read more Woman takes selfie with bear on hiking trail in Mexico

Urban heat: How to keep a city cool?

Often dubbed a silent killer, heatwaves claim more lives than any other natural disaster. Cities bear the brunt of the pain, heating up twice as fast as the global average. Buildings, transport, pollution and few trees all contribute to an “urban heat island” effect, making cities typically 3–8 degrees warmer than rural areas.  Subscribe to France 24 now: http://f24.my/youtubeEN FRANCE … Read more Urban heat: How to keep a city cool?