“I think we’re really going to carve it out in a way that really makes sense to us and our families,” Chip said on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. “It’ll be filmed a lot in Waco, Texas, so we don’t have to travel a whole lot. All things being equal, we could not be more excited.” … [Read more...] about A Joanna Gaines-Designed Home Just Hit the Market in Texas for $625,000 — See Inside!
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"This refers to the news item published in the Business Standard of 17 February, 2020 regarding LIC Housing Finance - IDBI Bank merger put on fast track. In this regard we hereby deny the above news item and clarify that no such proposal has been discussed in the Board Meeting of IDBI Bank," IDBI Bank said in a statement to the stock exchanges. … [Read more...] about LIC, IDBI Bank deny reports of merger between LIC Housing Finance and the bank
A Democratic Party in Revolt Analyses suggest Trump could lose the popular vote by as many as 5 million, or potentially even more, and still win the Electoral College. (The Electoral College doesn’t care that you almost won Texas; it only cares that you lost Wisconsin.) Just to think about this for a second, if Trump wins the Electoral College while losing the popular vote, that would mean that, since Bush’s very contested, strange Electoral College win in 2000, fully half of presidential elections will have gone to the loser of the popular vote and the winner of the Electoral College, and, in each case, to a Republican. If this happens, if a younger, more urban, more diverse majority keeps growing but finds itself locked out of political power, there will be a backlash on the left against the legitimacy of a system that it feels, correctly, does not represent it and does not give it a fair shake. The scary thing is not just that the electoral geography is not reflecting … [Read more...] about 11 Months From Today
Trump — like many Americans who duck from house to car to office to mall — rarely experiences an unplanned encounter. He has spent much of his life in gilded rooms, surrounded by people he employs. His idea of transit consists of elevators, limos, helicopters, and private jets. Until he moved into the White House, he hardly set foot in a place he didn’t own. Maybe that’s why he knows so little and appreciates less about his own hometown, why a president who was born and bred in New York City spends his time stoking ancient fears about it. When he started planning Trump Tower in the late 1970s, it was an expression of confidence in the deluxe appeal of midtown Manhattan at a time when a seemingly ungovernable city had bled nearly a million people. Now, when urban crime sits in the eerily low range in many cities, when companies follow their most desirable employees into revitalized downtowns, and when many metropolitan areas are more worried about housing … [Read more...] about The Urban-Rural Divide Matters More Than Red Versus Blue State
Some cities, however, rise above the rest when it comes to walkability. Walk Score, a company of real estate website Redfin, recently released its list of most walkable cities in the U.S. Included with the ranking is a database that scores the walkability of communities throughout the country. … [Read more...] about Most Walkable U.S. Cities 2020: How Encinitas Ranks
To determine the most walkable cities, Walk Score measures the walkability of any address by analyzing hundreds of walking routes to nearby amenities. Points are awarded based on the distance to amenities in each category. Walk Score also measures pedestrian friendliness by analyzing population density and road metrics such as block length and intersection density. … [Read more...] about Most Walkable U.S. Cities 2020: How Carlsbad Ranks