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77 Thoughts I Had While Watching "Vanderpump Rules" This Week Crazy Kristen is BACK, y'all. Why does Bravo LOVE having people do therapy on-camera How is Raquel in the opening credits and the mother isn't Lala not drinking but wanting everyone else to get shitfaced is bizarre If you're a fellow Vanderpump fan, let me know your thoughts on this week's episode in the comments
Doha's most over-the-top hotel suites From life-size horse statues to in-room private elevators, here's our roundup of five of the most deluxe hotel suites in Doha, the capital of Qatar. Suite smell of success: The 2,099 square meter beachfront Royal Villa is based on a traditional Sheikh's palace, with five suites spread across two stories But it's what's happening on the inside that really counts From $120 Musheireb Boutique Hotel , Souq Waqif, Doha, Qatar; +974 4433 6666
Washington’s colder areas could see an icy mix again tonight into early Tuesday Areas from Interstate 95 and to the south and east should stay mainly just wet with rain. (CWG) By Jason Samenow Jason Samenow Editor and writer covering weather and climate Email Bio Follow February 11 at 8:30 PM * Winter weather advisory for northern Fauquier, Loudoun, Montgomery and Howard counties, and to the north and west, from 7 p.m. Monday to 10 a.m. Tuesday * 8:30 p.m. update: Radar has quieted over the D.C Radar simulation from high-resolution NAM model between 7 p.m. Monday and 1 p.m. Tuesday
Opinion | How the Left Embraced Elitism The progressives’ Green New Deal centralizes power. The productive dynamism of capitalism is truly a wonder to behold The resolution is unabashed about this, celebrating and calling for more federal government-led mobilizations Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook , Twitter (@NYTopinion) and Instagram
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: It's anarchy in the UK classrooms A mass walk-out by thousands of children is scheduled to take place in 40 towns and cities, including Cardiff, Glasgow, Exeter and Brighton, on Friday. Spare us the sound of silence  For the second week running, football fans have been required to observe a minute’s silence/applause for the Argentinian player Emiliano Sala, who died in a plane crash on his way from France to Cardiff Then they can claim asylum and they’ll be welcomed with open arms
TSA's wackiest catches in 2018: Spear guns, saw blades and snakes (almost) on a plane The agency's annual top 10 list of unusual items caught by screeners includes a ball python bound for Barbados and a grenade-turned-bottle opener In 2018, TSA screeners detected a record number of guns in airline passenger carry-on bags (Photo: ANDREW GOMBERT, EPA) The makers of the tuxedo ''grenade,'' a bottle opener peddled as a groomsmen's gift, weren't ashamed to be on the list and turned it into a marketing opportunity on Twitter
Peak of winter - Travel So, locals were overjoyed when snowflakes appeared in the cityscape in late December They snapped photos and posted them on social media It didn't even cover the ground downtown, 79-year-old resident Chao Kang says Yet people went wild because it's not unusual for the city to go a decade without snowfall
The ease of rail travel invokes a memory backtrack - Travel A steward on a train gives a child a Lunar New Year gift Those who failed to land a seat ticket created a thick human wall, which I had to elbow my way through to reach my window seat It would be nothing short of an odyssey for anyone to answer the call of nature
Opinion | What we should ask Democrats about the Green New Deal Let's start with the apparent call for the end of cows: How do you envision this taking place? How do you incline the able-bodied-and-healthy-but-lazy to work when they can receive money and enjoy the same health benefits as someone who enjoys working Max Boot: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shouldn’t approach her facts the way Trump does Tom Toles: How is it that Ocasio-Cortez is the one described as irresponsible
Why women across the world celebrate Galentine's Day ‘It’s only the best day of the year,’ explains Leslie Knope on Parks and Recreation As the name would suggest, Galentine's Day is a celebration of female friendship Join Independent Minds For exclusive articles, events and an advertising-free read for just £5.99 €6.99 $9.99 a month Start your free trial Get the best of The Independent With an Independent Minds subscription for just £5.99 €6.99 $9.99 a month Start your free trial Get the best of The Independent Without the ads – for just £5.99 €6.99 $9.99 a month Start your free trial The term was popularised following the release of a 2010 episode of US sitcom Parks and Recreation The couple plan to officially wed after her birthday Read all about the unromantic origins of Valentine's Day here