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Plexaderm

Look your best this holiday season with Plexaderm!

WMAR
Published: November 20, 2018
Trump Dismisses Report on Ivanka: They Weren’t Classified Like Hillary’s1m04s

Trump Dismisses Report on Ivanka: They Weren’t Classified Like Hillary’s

President Donald Trump dismissed the Washington Post report on his daughter, Ivanka Trump, accessing and sending government-related emails on her private email account. “Early on, and for a little period of time, Ivanka did some emails,” the president said. “They weren’t classified like Hillary Clinton. They weren’t deleted like Hillary Clinton, who deleted 33 [thousand] … She wasn’t doing anything to hide her e-mails.” Trump claimed that his daughter’s emails were in the presidential record. The Washington Post piece was unclear on that point. “Using personal emails for government business could violate the Presidential Records Act, which requires that all official White House communications and records be preserved as a permanent archive of each administration,” the piece read. “What Ivanka Trump did, all in the presidential records, everything is there,” Trump said. “There was no deletion, no nothing. What it is is a false story. Hillary Clinton deleted 33,000 e-mails, she had a server in the basement, that is the real story.”

Top 5 Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Cyber Terrorism4m19s

Top 5 Facts You Probably Didn't Know About Cyber Terrorism

It’s been on the rise in recent years, so perhaps it’s time to educate yourself on how it works and what you can do to avoid it. For this list, we’ll be looking at facts related to cyber terrorism, how it affects your life and what you can do to prevent it. WatchMojo counts down the Top 5 Facts About Cyber Terrorism.

Goodwill Breakthrough Awards: Ann Arnall3m00s

Goodwill Breakthrough Awards: Ann Arnall

Goodwill Breakthrough Awards showcase amazing businesses who help those in need year around when they're most in need. Check out why Ann Arnall deserves the volunteer of the year award!

WFTX
Published: November 20, 2018
Octopus shows amazing color changing ability1m05s

Octopus shows amazing color changing ability

Octopus are one of the most amazing predators on the reef. Highly intelligent, powerful, and agile, they are a predator to be reckoned with. They also have the ability to smoothly change colors to match their surroundings. This makes it difficult to see them approaching, giving them the ability to sneak up on prey and envelop them in a flash. It also makes them nearly impossible for predators to detect. They are able to view the coral and rocks around them and then change their pigmentation to match. Incredibly, they can take on various colors at once, allowing them to blend in with several different objects at the same time. They can literally be a blue/grey on one side and tan on the other. Even their texture changes to match their environment. Octopus have a highly developed brain in order to exhibit so much control over their bodies. They are able to move eight arms independently, control their color, and body shape simultaneously. They can contract specific suction cups on their tentacles while doing so in order to grip objects. In comparison, humans find it difficult to manage complex tasks with both hands at the same time. Octopus are also known for their ability to reason and learn. Researchers discovered that they can be taught to perform tasks such as opening jars to reach food. They can even learn this simply by watching the task being performed. In captivity, they have been known to leave their tank, enter adjacent tanks to eat catch food and then return to their own tanks afterward. This Octopus was found under a ledge of coral off one of the Galapagos Islands. He emerged from the dark crevice with a blue coloring and then changed to tan and grey. As he moved across the rocks and algae, he changed to brilliant blues and greens and back to tan, depending on the surfaces beside him. He constantly probed cracks and crevices with his arms, searching for crabs and small fish that could be hiding within. As he reached a gap between the rocks, he used vents to propel water backwards, launching him through the water to the rock in front. Octopus are one of the most unusual and amazing creatures in the ocean. Scuba divers are fascinated by these animals and consider it a rare treat when they encounter one in the open.

NBC26 Storm Shield Weather Forecast1m50s

NBC26 Storm Shield Weather Forecast

Today, we may have some breaks of sunshine with flurries, but with another very weak disturbance approaching, clouds will be back on the increase and the wind will be picking up. Later this afternoon, if you live to the northwest, you may start to see a few areas of light snow. Highs will struggle to make it to 30. That very weak disturbance will be passing tonight with a few snow showers or patchy freezing drizzle in the evening. Any snow accumulation should stay quite minor with overnight lows around 20. Wednesday is one of the busiest travel days of the year, and it looks like we'll be quiet and cold here in Wisconsin with highs only in the upper-20s. Wednesday night also looks quiet with mostly cloudy skies and lows only in the mid-teens. Thanksgiving is looking mainly dry, but still cool with highs in the low-30s. Black Friday, we'll be warming things up all the way into the mid-40s! A couple of systems will affect the area going into the weekend, The first for Friday and Saturday looks to be mainly rain, but that second one for Sunday and Monday, we may have to keep an eye on. Either way, it's too early to make the call on the Sunday system.

WGBA
Published: November 20, 2018