Daily Archive: Tuesday, February 7, 2017

Cassini Images Of Enceladus Highlight Possible Cradle For Life

[ad_1] During its long mission to Saturn, the Cassini spacecraft has given us image after spectacular image of Saturn, its rings, and Saturn’s moons. The images of Saturn’s moon Enceladus are of particular interest when it comes to the search for life. At first glance, Enceladus appears similar to other icy moons in our Solar

Suggestion for stunning eyes- eye makeup

[ad_1] Eyes have actually been called the glass of the spirit since of exactly how much they interact. When makeup is used to look natural it will bring out the eye’s true shade and boost the eye’s elegance. A subtle application of eyeliner, darkness and mascara perform together to develop magic and make your eyes

The Latest: DeVos sworn in as education secretary

[ad_1] Updated 3:47 pm, Tuesday, February 7, 2017 WASHINGTON (AP) — The latest on Senate consideration of President Donald Trump‘s Cabinet picks: 6:05 p.m. Betsy DeVos has been sworn in as the U.S. education secretary, hours after her nomination was approved by the Senate in a vote that required Vice President Mike Pence to break the

Ramp up your accounting firm’s tech know-how

[ad_1] Reprinted with permission from Next-Level Accountants: Your guide to growing a firm of trusted advisors. Are you a taxi driver in a world being disrupted by Uber? If you still rely on desktop solutions, you may be, according to technology guru Doug Sleeter, one of Accounting Today’s Top 100 Most Influential People in Accounting.

Iran’s Supreme Leader Thanks Trump for Showing America’s ‘True Face’

[ad_1] Iran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, said in an interview with a local newspaper that he expected “difficult times ahead” for Iran, now that Mr. Trump was in charge. Continue reading the main story Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, defended the nuclear agreement between his country and six world powers, including the United States, by