The biggest names in tennis are all vying for the first major piece of silverware in the 2019 tennis season. Roger Federer, Rafa Nadal, and Novak Djokovic are all on a collision course en route to the Australian Open men’s singles title. The race for the women’s crown is just as compelling, and features the old guard like Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova, as well as the new generation like Sloane Stephens and Noami Osaka. The men’s and women’s Australian Open final takes place next weekend. Here’s everything you need to know. The 2019 Australian Open in Melbourne is at the midway point and things are heating up ahead of unmissable finals in the men’s and women’s divisions. Most of the sport’s biggest names remain in the competition, as Roger Federer continues his quest for a record seventh Australian Open title, alongside challengers like Rafa Nadal, Alexander Zverev, and Novak Djokovic. Things are equally as compelling in … [Read more...] about Here’s when the 2019 Australian Open final starts where you live and how you can watch it live online
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Ahead of the budget, the public would like to see the end of austerity - but are unconvinced the prime minister will deliver it. Four in 10 (41%) think ending austerity now would be a good thing, compared with 14% who believe it would be bad and 26% who say it would be neutral, according to a Sky Data poll. But just 16% of people believe Theresa May when she says the government will end austerity - 58% say they do not believe her, with 27% answering don't know. Even her own voters are disinclined to believe her - more Conservatives say they doubt she will go through with it (33%) than believe her (30%), with the largest proportion of Tory voters answering don't know (37%).Among those who voted Labour in 2017, just 4% believe her, with 78% saying they do not.The prime minister claimed she would end austerity at the Conservative conference earlier this month, saying "a decade after the financial crash, people need to know that the austerity it led to is over and that their hard work has … [Read more...] about Majority of Britons don’t think Theresa May will end austerity: Sky Data poll
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Economy Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today's Paper Advertisement Supported by ByNelson D. Schwartz Aug. 3, 2018 At 8:30 a.m. Eastern time on Friday, the Labor Department will release its hiring and unemployment figures for July, providing a fresh snapshot of the American economy. This is what to watch for. Clear Sailing The Labor Department report follows a steady stream of hiring gains and a robust reading on economic growth. Last week, the Commerce Department reported that gross domestic product expanded at an annual rate of 4.1 percent in the second quarter, the fastest pace in nearly four years. Like weather forecasters predicting sunny skies in Southern California, economists have watched the labor market produce consistent monthly increases in hiring recently. “I’ve never seen such a steady stream of gains — there’s no volatility in the … [Read more...] about Jobs Report for July: Here’s What to Watch For
A blood moon or total lunar eclipse is happening on Friday, July 27. At 1 hour 43 minutes of totality, the lunar eclipse will be the longest until the year 2123. People in North America, including the US, Canada, and Mexico, won’t be able to see the blood moon. But NASA, the Weather Channel, TimeAndDate.com, Slooh, and others will broadcast live online footage of the astronomical event. Here’s how to watch. A majority of Earth is in for a special astronomical treat on Friday night: the longest total lunar eclipse (also known as a blood moon) in a century. On that night, our planet will slip in front of the sun to cast an orange-red shadow on the full moon. From the moon, the Earth would appear to be surrounded by a 25,000-mile-around ring of fire. Unfortunately, a big swath of the planet won’t get witness this astronomical spectacle first-hand. The moon will be below the horizon and entirely out of sight in the US, Canada, Mexico, and other North American … [Read more...] about 4 great ways to watch the longest ‘blood moon’ total lunar eclipse of the next 104 years