1. What movie made the most dough in the U.S. this year without featuring superheroes? A. “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom” B. “Mission: Impossible – Fallout” C. “Solo: A Star Wars Story” 2. Which Drake song inspired the year’s biggest viral dance challenge? A. “God’s Plan” B. “Nice for What” C. “In My Feelings” 3. What did stars don on the Golden Globes red carpet in honor of Time’s Up? A. White ribbons B. All black C. Red roses 4. What TV show was cancelled by one broadcast network and picked up by another in the span of 31 hours? A. “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” B. “Last Man Standing” C. “Lucifer” 5. The Tony Awards’ Best Musical, “The Band’s Visit,” is about a band visiting where? A. Egypt B. Saudi Arabia C. Israel 6. Which artist paid tribute to Prince during the Super Bowl halftime show? A. Janet Jackson B. Justin Timberlake … [Read more...] about Before wrapping up this roller coaster year, test how much you remember (even if you’d rather forget).
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(CNN)Here is a look back at the events of 2018. Notable US Events:January 4 - The Dow closes at 25,075.13, the first ever close above 25,000. January 11 - During a White House meeting on immigration reform, US President Donald Trump reportedly refers to Haiti and African nations as "shithole countries." He reportedly says that the United States should get more people from countries like Norway. January 12 - The Wall Street Journal reports that US President Donald Trump had an alleged affair with a porn star named Stephanie Clifford, aka Stormy Daniels. The newspaper states that Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, arranged a $130,000 payment for a nondisclosure agreement weeks before Election Day in 2016. Cohen denies that Trump had a relationship with Clifford. 2018: Year in Review & Look Ahead January 13 - In Hawaii, a state emergency management worker pushes the wrong button in the emergency operation center, sending out a false warning during a ballistic missile … [Read more...] about 2018 In Review Fast Facts
Mary Helen Moore Treasure Coast Newspapers Published 11:21 AM EDT Sep 28, 2018 When saw palmetto berry pickers headed back into Florida's wilderness as the harvesting season began in August, it wasn't just the heat and wild animals they had to worry about. This year, for the first time, they also needed permits. The plant was designated this summer as "commercially exploited" in Florida, leaving pickers and buyers scrambling to learn the rules, and state Department of Agriculture workers wading through hundreds of rushed applications. Dozens of rule violators have been arrested statewide, and the season is only halfway over. More: Is FWC feeding Lake Okeechobee algae blooms with Roundup and other glyphosate herbicides? The designation is one for native plant species removed in significant numbers from the wild and sold. Saw palmetto is one of the most common plants in Florida, but conservationists worry it may not always be that way. The extract from ripe berries is … [Read more...] about Catching saw palmetto berry poachers at heart of change in harvest rules