November 5, 2014 Day 289 of the Sixth Year - History

November 5, 2014 Day 289 of the Sixth Year - History


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President Barack Obama walks with senior advisors on the Colonnade of the White House, Nov. 5, 2014.

10:30AM THE PRESIDENT and THE VICE PRESIDENT receive the Presidential Daily Briefing
Oval Office

2:50PM THE PRESIDENT holds a press conference
East Room
Open Press (Pre-Set 11:30AM; Final Gather 2:30PM – North


History of the Ford Mustang: A timeline

T he Ford Mustang started the Pony car movement that made compact sports cars affordable to the masses in the 1960s. Since then it has become the world’s most successful sports car, with 10 million sold globally. We chart the highs – and lows – of the mighty Mustang in Australia and around the world.


2014 Stamas Yachts

Suggested List – We have included manufacturer's suggested retail pricing (MSRP) to assist in the financing, insuring and appraising of vessels. The MSRP is the manufacturer's and/or distributor's highest suggested retail price in the U.S.A. when the unit was new. The MSRP is furnished by the manufacturer and/or distributor and are assumed to be correct. Unless indicated, the MSRP does not include destination charges, dealer set-up, state or local taxes, license tags or insurance.

Low Retail Value — A low retail valued boat will show excessive wear and tear either cosmetically and/or mechanically. This boat may or may not be in running order. The buyer can expect to invest in cosmetic and/or mechanical work. Low retail vessels usually are not found on a dealer's lot. Low Retail is not a trade-in value.

Average Retail Value — An average retail valued boat should be in good condition with no visible damage or defects. This boat will show moderate wear and tear and will be in sound running condition. The buyer may need to invest in either minor cosmetic or mechanical work.

Note: Vehicles/Vessels in exceptional condition can be worth a significantly higher value than the Average Retail Price shown.


General Assessment

A detailed newborn examination should begin with general observation for normal and dysmorphic features. A term newborn should have pink skin, rest symmetrically with the arms and legs in flexion, cry vigorously when stimulated, and move all extremities equally. Table 1 shows the normal ranges for newborn vital signs at 40 weeks' gestation.2 – 4 The new Ballard score (http://www.ballardscore.com) was designed to assess a newborn's gestational age through a scoring system that combines physical characteristics with neuromuscular development.5 A video depicting this examination is available at http://www.ballardscore.com/Pages/videos.aspx. Once the child's gestational age is established, weight, length, and head circumference should be plotted on a nomogram to determine percentiles. Using this information, the newborn can be classified as average, large, or small for gestational age.

Normal Vital Signs in Newborns Born at 40 Weeks' Gestation

120 to 160 beats per minute*

40 to 60 breaths per minute

97.7°F to 99.5°F (36.5°C to 37.5°C)‡

Females: 3.5 kg (7 lb, 12 oz) range, 2.8 to 4.0 kg (6 lb, 3 oz to 8 lb, 14 oz)

Males: 3.6 kg (8 lb) range, 2.9 to 4.2 kg (6 lb, 7 oz to 9 lb, 5 oz)

20 in (51 cm) range, 19 to 21 in (48 to 53 cm)

14 in (35 cm) range, 13 to 15 in (33 to 37 cm)

*— May decrease during sleep .

†— Varies with gestational age .

‡— Overbundling can elevate temperature, thus temperature should be retaken after a period of unbundling. However, not providing appropriate warmth may produce a low temperature. A low temperature may also signify infection or a metabolic or electrolyte abnormality .

Information from references 2 through 4 .

Normal Vital Signs in Newborns Born at 40 Weeks' Gestation

120 to 160 beats per minute*

40 to 60 breaths per minute

97.7°F to 99.5°F (36.5°C to 37.5°C)‡

Females: 3.5 kg (7 lb, 12 oz) range, 2.8 to 4.0 kg (6 lb, 3 oz to 8 lb, 14 oz)

Males: 3.6 kg (8 lb) range, 2.9 to 4.2 kg (6 lb, 7 oz to 9 lb, 5 oz)

20 in (51 cm) range, 19 to 21 in (48 to 53 cm)

14 in (35 cm) range, 13 to 15 in (33 to 37 cm)

*— May decrease during sleep .

†— Varies with gestational age .

‡— Overbundling can elevate temperature, thus temperature should be retaken after a period of unbundling. However, not providing appropriate warmth may produce a low temperature. A low temperature may also signify infection or a metabolic or electrolyte abnormality .

Information from references 2 through 4 .

A newborn is considered small for gestational age if birth weight is below the 10th percentile. Intrauterine growth restriction occurs when the baby's growth during pregnancy is poor compared with norms. Measurements that are symmetrically decreased suggest that the newborn has a chronic exposure (e.g., maternal smoking or drug use) that impacted growth, or a congenital infection such as a TORCH infection (toxoplasmosis, other agents, rubella, cytomegalovirus, herpes simplex), a metabolic disorder, or a chromosomal abnormality (e.g., Turner syndrome, trisomies). Newborns with these conditions often display dysmorphic features or are simply constitutionally small. If the causative factor occurred later in pregnancy (e.g., uteroplacental insufficiency), the head circumference will be preserved relative to other measurements.6 A newborn with a birth weight above the 90th percentile is considered large for gestational age. The most common cause is maternal diabetes mellitus, although other causes include a metabolic or genetic syndrome such as Beckwith-Wiedemann syndrome.

Because of an increased risk of hypoglycemia, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends scheduled glucose screening for newborns who are large or small for gestational age, newborns of mothers with diabetes, and late preterm newborns (34 to 36 6/7 weeks gestational age), and provides protocols for their management.7

At 40 weeks' gestation, the average head circumference is 14 in (35 cm) range, 13 to 15 in (33 to 37 cm, 10th to 90th percentile).2 Microcephaly (isolated asymmetrically small head, less than the second percentile or two standard deviations below the mean for age and sex) may indicate central nervous system malformation (e.g., holoprosencephaly, neural tube defect), an infection (e.g., toxoplasmosis, cytomegalovirus infection), or a genetic syndrome (e.g., trisomy 13 and 18 syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome). Macrocephaly (isolated head enlargement, greater than the 98th percentile or greater than two standard deviations above the mean) may be hereditary or the result of a central nervous system disorder (e.g., hydrocephalus, brain tumor), and imaging may be needed.3 , 4

After evaluating the overall size and shape of the head for asymmetry or gross structural abnormalities, the fontanelles and sutures should be palpated with the newborn in the upright position. Figure 1 illustrates a normal newborn skull and common deformities. The anterior fontanelle is generally 3 to 6 cm in diameter, whereas the posterior fontanelle is no larger than 1 to 1.5 cm in diameter. A large anterior fontanelle may indicate increased intracranial pressure, Down syndrome, hypophosphatemia, trisomy, or congenital hypothyroidism. Fontanelles are often small in newborns with microcephaly. A prematurely fused suture indicates craniosynostosis and occurs in one out of 1,000 newborns.8 , 9 Craniosynostosis limits growth of the skull in a direction perpendicular to the suture, while growth may continue in other directions. More than 20% of cases are caused by specific single-gene mutations or chromosomal abnormalities and may be associated with conditions such as Crouzon, Apert, and Pfeiffer syndromes.10 A misshapen head may be caused by prenatal compressions rather than true synostosis. If this is the case, the misshapen head should resolve spontaneously within the first few months of life.11

Newborn head examination. (A) Normal skull. (B) Common deformities.

Copyright © Jordan Mastrodonato .

Newborn head examination. (A) Normal skull. (B) Common deformities.

Copyright © Jordan Mastrodonato .

The scalp examination may reveal caput succedaneum, cephalohematoma, and other lesions ( Figure 2 ) . A caput succedaneum is scalp edema that is not limited by suture lines, is often pitting, and decreases over time. Most caputs resolve within 48 hours. A cephalohematoma is caused by injury of a blood vessel in the subperiosteal layer of the calvaria. It is limited by suture lines and occurs more commonly in deliveries in which forceps or a vacuum extractor was used. Cephalohematoma is a risk factor for jaundice and sepsis and may worsen over 48 hours, potentially taking up to three to four months to fully reabsorb. Skull fractures are rarely present. If a fracture is depressed or accompanied by neurologic symptoms, computed tomography should be performed to rule out intracranial pathology.12

The scalp examination may reveal lesions in a newborn, such as (A) caput succedaneum (scalp edema) and (B) cephalohematoma (subperiosteal hemorrhage).

Copyright © Jordan Mastrodonato .

The scalp examination may reveal lesions in a newborn, such as (A) caput succedaneum (scalp edema) and (B) cephalohematoma (subperiosteal hemorrhage).

Copyright © Jordan Mastrodonato .

Forceps use or a difficult delivery may also lead to a facial nerve palsy resulting in the inability to close the eye, loss of the nasolabial fold, drooping at the corner of mouth, or the inability to contract the ipsilateral lower facial muscles. This usually resolves within the first few weeks of life, but further evaluation is warranted if symptoms persist.13

The newborn evaluation should include noting eye color pupil size appearance of the conjunctiva, sclera, and eyelid eye movement and spacing between the eyes. Genetic syndromes often cause unusual eye shape, such as epicanthal folds (excess skin over the medial aspect of the eye) and upslanting of palpebral fissures associated with Down syndrome. Colobomas (a gap or defect in the structure of the eye, primarily the iris) may occur with many syndromes, including CHARGE (coloboma of the eye, heart defects, choanal atresia, retraction of growth and/or development, genital and/or urinary abnormalities, and ear abnormalities and deafness). Infants with colobomas need a formal ophthalmology evaluation. Hypertelorism (increased space between the eyes) and hypotelorism (decreased space between the eyes) are often associated with a genetic disorder.14 The visual acuity of newborns is approximately 20/400, and a dysconjugate gaze is normal in the first two to three months of life. Subconjunctival hemorrhages from blood vessel rupture are also a common benign finding that may take weeks to resolve.

The red reflex test is performed by using an ophthalmoscope, with the lens power set at 0 and the examiner standing approximately 18 inches away. Light should project onto both eyes simultaneously. A red reflex result is normal if there is symmetry in both eyes without opacities, white spots, or dark spots ( Figure 3 15 ) . The color of the reflex may be different among ethnic groups because of varying amounts of pigmentation in the ocular fundus however, the reflex should not be white.14 , 16 Table 2 gives a differential diagnosis of leukokoria.14 , 16 An abnormal red reflex result warrants urgent referral to an ophthalmologist. Regardless of red reflex findings, all newborns with a family history of retinoblastoma, cataracts, glaucoma, or retinal abnormalities should be referred to an ophthalmologist experienced in the examination of children because of the high risk of serious eye abnormalities.17

Interpretation of red reflex test results in a newborn. (A) Normal, symmetric red reflex. (B) Normal red reflex in the right eye, and abnormal, diminished red reflex in the left eye, which is most commonly caused by refractive error between the eyes, but can also be caused by a more serious pathology (e.g., retinoblastoma). (C) Normal red reflex in the right eye and no reflex in the left eye, which occurs when the reflection is blocked by an opacity such as a cataract.

Reprinted with permission from Bell AL, Rodes ME, Collier Kellar L. Childhood eye examination [published correction appears in Am Fam Physician. 201489(2):76] . Am Fam Physician. 201388(4):246 .

Interpretation of red reflex test results in a newborn. (A) Normal, symmetric red reflex. (B) Normal red reflex in the right eye, and abnormal, diminished red reflex in the left eye, which is most commonly caused by refractive error between the eyes, but can also be caused by a more serious pathology (e.g., retinoblastoma). (C) Normal red reflex in the right eye and no reflex in the left eye, which occurs when the reflection is blocked by an opacity such as a cataract.

Reprinted with permission from Bell AL, Rodes ME, Collier Kellar L. Childhood eye examination [published correction appears in Am Fam Physician. 201489(2):76] . Am Fam Physician. 201388(4):246 .


KS5 Results 2020

Thanks to the hard work of the students and staff and the support of parents, the majority of Sixth Form students at Clarendon Academy have achieved results to really be proud of in 2020.

This has enabled the majority of pupils to move on to their first choice destination beyond Sixth Form, whether this be university, employment or travel.

Our headline figures include:

  • 78% of all A-Level grades at A*-C.
  • 48% of all A-Level grades at A*-B.
  • 27% of all A-Level grades at A*-A.

Nearly two thirds of all A-Level students gained at least an A*-B in at least one of their subjects, with 20% of students gaining three A*-B grades.

Yet again results were hugely impressive across our vocational and technical qualifications, both having an average grade of distinction+.

We are really proud of all of our former Year 13 pupils and wish them the very best of luck as they embark on the next stage of their lives.


A Warrior Soul's Life: A Daily Journal of Living with Disabilities and Raising a Son

Today's prompt is "How much time do you spend commuting?" Well, I drive about an hour to my medical appointments. I do not have a job because I am a disabled veteran.

It is now 4:03 a.m. on Friday. I just purchased a new water bottle because mine has a crack on the bottom. My current water bottle is made of plastic. My new water bottle will be made of stainless steel. It costs more, but I shouldn't have to replace it as often.

Yesterday I had a bad pain day. I ended up not doing much, and in fact, sleeping for most of the day. I got up around 11:30 and felt like shit. I took my medications and ate 4 hard boiled eggs. I remembered to take my sugar before eating breakfast. My sugar was 254. I had eaten junk and candy in the middle of the night, so that reading was not bad.

I felt the pain in my joints, in my bones, in my major organs, in my muscles. everywhere it hurt. I went to lay down. I was exhausted for some reason. I slept until about 5 p.m. I called my dad when I got back up, and also checked my sugar. My sugar was 133. I drank alot of water, and after getting off the phone with my dad decided I wanted something simple for dinner, but not leftovers. Caleb and I went to Food Lion and picked up some pizzas to cook.

Caleb had brought in my mail. I received my bamboo toothbrushes, my mushroom master blend supplement, and my soaps! I would have done a little dance if I felt better.

I went to bed relatively early. Jonathan was supposed to come over and pick up the big trash to take it to the dump, but he must have forgotten.

My birthday is in a few days. I turn 38! Woop! Woop!

I have been buying things that are Earth Friendly to change our habits for my birthday season. So far, I have changed the multi-surface cleaner, and to a reusable glass spray container, the window cleaner, and to a reusable glass spray container, 2 reusable cleaning towels, reusable glass spray container and essential oil air fresheners, 100% recycled plastic trash bags, bar soap for body, bar shampoo, bar conditioner, bar face wash, a light-weight bath towel that absorbs without the weight and dries quickly, reusable laundry soap container, reusable laundry rinse container, reusable dryer angel, reusable "unpaper" towels, sustainable deodorants with reusable container, plant based cleaning brushes for dishes and bathroom use, and last but not least a new stainless steel reusable water jug! Woop, woop!

I also bought a countertop compost container with compost bags, a new recycling container to collect the recycling in, and new reusable grocery bags that unfold into boxes with handles.

I have been busy trying to get things taken care of around here because of the plumbers coming and the yard getting mowed. Maybe I just did too much at once.

The other night, I woke up and could not sleep. I read the first chapter of a book about Energy Codes for Healing. I have been meaning to read more. There are so many books that I want to read, but life won't let me sit there and read. I have to be actively working on the house all the time.

My dad's cousin, Erick, was in the hospital for Covid-19. He is home now.

My dad wanted to send Tia Rosaly money so I told him about paypal. We finally got the payment to her son, Wagner, who she is living with. We had trouble at first because something was wrong with paypal. The next day it was working again though.

My dad gave me money to be able to afford Jonathan to mow the grass plus some. He did not have to do that. I was only asking for $40 because I had spent so much money and forgotten that I would have to get the lawn mowed. That was a relief though.

I am behind in alot of my studies. I struggle to keep up with everything I want to do. I do not have the energy to get everything done that I want to get done. I have to pick and choose all the time because I can only do so much.

I just tried to call my dad back. He called me after I fell asleep last night. It is now 4:43 a.m. No one answered. I can never tell when they will be awake.

I have not heard from my mom lately. I know she is working.

I was just looking through the Swanson Vitamins' catalog.

So, today is Friday and I have no idea what I am going to do. I need to get some laundry done. I need to clean the hallway bathroom from top to bottom. There are all kinds of things that I need to clean around here. My work space is cluttered with piles of papers again. I am going to see if I can get to my SSI application online now.


#289 – Rescued by God

What is the story you are telling with the life you are living? Is it a story you feel good about telling? Sam Collier, my guest on this episode, tells his story of abandonment, sacrifice, gratitude, and rescue. Sam is Pastor, podcast host, and author of A Greater Story . He and his twin sister were introduced to their birth mother and siblings on the Steve Harvey show.

Imagine meeting your biological family for the first time on national television. And then… imagine later learning that you were born into poverty, came from a bloodline of substance addiction and violence.

When Sam learned these things about his life, it was evident that God was rewriting His story and penning a new account for generations to come. God is always doing something bigger and better than we might imagine. Sometimes we get a peek into what He is doing, and like Sam, others get a glimpse of His grace through our stories. But we don’t always get to see what He is protecting us from or preparing us for.

Do you believe that God is directing your path? Do you trust that He can take the cards you’ve been dealt – good or bad – and make something great out of them?

God has a purpose and a plan for you. He is always telling His greater story through your trials, your relationships (even the ones you don’t like), and your triumphs. There are things that God has rescued you from that we have no awareness of.

There is more to your story than pain and disappointment. There are more pages to turn and more chapters to read. But if you want to experience more, you have to decide to believe that there is more for you. If you are struggling to believe, Sam’s story will serve as a good reminder that God is always working and moving things around in your life for your good and His glory. You simply have to trust Him.

Highlights from Today’s Episode:

  • Believing God for more
  • Stewarding your story well
  • Remaining humble with growth

Resources from today’s show

  • Connect with Sam on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, or on his website
  • Get a copy of Sam’s Book: A Greater Story: A Greater Story: My Rescue, Your Purpose, and Our Place in God’s Plan
  • I talked about Setting Boundaries with the Inner Circle, you can watch the replay here.

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Other Stuff to Check Out

  • Check out my most recent book! The 28-Day Prayer Journey
  • Need to encourage your soul? Try listening to the playlist I put together for my mom, Lady Lois’ Worship
  • Interested in supporting the content I create and enjoying bonus content? Learn about joining my Inner Circle!
  • My book, Be sure to also check out my other books She’s Still There, Show Up For Your Life, Kingdom Woman!

Let’s Talk!

  1. What do you need to learn about your story? What is one thing you can do in the next month to learn more about yourself?
  2. In what ways can be a better steward of your story well? Who can you encourage with your story?
  3. On a scale of 1-5, how would you rate the cards you’ve been dealt? How have you seen God use the cards you’ve been dealt for your good and for the good of others?

MNREGA wages now revised to ₹289 per day

The daily wages under Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act (NREGA) have been revised to ₹289 in Karnataka.

Disclosing this to reporters after a review meeting, Minister for Rural Development and Panchayat Raj (RDPR) K.S. Eshwarappa said the daily wages for MGNREGA workers, which had been revised from ₹245 to ₹275 in Karnataka, will be ₹289 with effect from April 1, 2021.

The workers will be paid an additional ₹10 per day for equipment, he said.

Target exceeded

The State had exceeded its MGNREGA target of 13 crore man-days by reaching almost 15 crore man-days (14.84 crore man-days) during 2020-21, Mr. Eshwarappa said, while attributing the rise to efforts made by the department to provide employment to people, who had returned to their villages due to COVID-19.

A total of ₹3,997.43 crore had been credited directly into the accounts of the workers during the year, he said. In view of the revision of the number of man-days, the State is expecting an additional ₹800 crore, he said.

During 2020-21, a total of 56.83 lakh people of 30.19 lakh families had provided employment under the scheme, which is the highest in the last five years. Out of them as many as 2.4 lakh families had received work for 100 days in the year.

‘Catch the Rain’

Mr. Eshwarappa said the government expected more people to given employment under the scheme this year with the launch of the Centre’s ‘Catch the Rain’ scheme in Karnataka, which is scheduled for a State-wide launch on April 9.

‘Jala Shakti’

A variety of water conservation projects including lake restoration and conservation works will be taken up under the scheme ‘Jala Shakti’, which is scheduled to end in November this year.

Removal of silt, identifying the canals that recharge the water bodies and restoring them will be part of the works to be taken under MGNREGA for the scheme, he said.

“The scheme will not only provide employment, but also recharge groundwater,” he said. The government is also committed to providing ‘fluoride-free’ drinking water to the people, he said.

Solar power

Also, Mr. Eshwarappa said the department will equip all gram panchayat offices, situated in their own building, with solar power generation system. Once installed, the Minister said the officials will not be able to send away visitors to the office on the pretext of absence of power.

After generation of power, the excess will be sold to the grid. “The GPs will not only save on power bills, but also earn money,” he said.

Other facilities

Besides, Mr. Eshwarappa said the department will spend upto ₹5 lakh under MGNREGA scheme on construction of buildings for schools and anganwadis. This, he said, was in addition to the ₹5 lakh that is spent by the Department of Women and Child Welfare. Toilets, drinking water, construction of playground and compounds will also be taken up under the scheme, he said.


November 5, 2014 Day 289 of the Sixth Year - History

Although high alcohol consumption has been associated with increased risk of atrial fibrillation (AF), the role of light to moderate drinking remains unclear.

Objectives

The study sought to investigate the association between alcohol consumption and AF risk in a prospective study of Swedish men and women and to conduct a meta-analysis of prospective studies to summarize available evidence.

Methods

We followed 79,019 men and women who, at baseline, were free from AF and had completed a questionnaire about alcohol consumption and other risk factors for chronic diseases. Incident AF cases were ascertained by linkage to the Swedish Inpatient Register. For the meta-analysis, studies were identified by searching PubMed through January 10, 2014, and by reviewing references of pertinent publications. Study-specific relative risks (RRs) were combined using a random effects model.

Results

Over 859,420 person-years of follow-up (1998 to 2009), 7,245 incident AF cases were identified in our own cohort study. The association between alcohol consumption and AF did not differ by sex (p for interaction = 0.74). Compared with current drinkers of <1 drink/week (12 g alcohol/drink), the multivariable RRs of AF were 1.01 (95% confidence interval [CI]: 0.94 to 1.09) for 1 to 6 drinks/week, 1.07 (95% CI: 0.98 to 1.17) for 7 to 14 drinks/week, 1.14 (95% CI: 1.01 to 1.28) for 15 to 21 drinks/week, and 1.39 (95% CI: 1.22 to 1.58) for >21 drinks/week. Results were similar after excluding binge drinkers. In a meta-analysis of 7 prospective studies, including 12,554 AF cases, the RRs were 1.08 (95% CI: 1.06 to 1.10) for 1 drink/day, 1.17 (95% CI: 1.13 to 1.21) for 2 drinks/day, 1.26 (95% CI: 1.19 to 1.33) for 3 drinks/day, 1.36 (95% CI: 1.27 to 1.46) for 4 drinks/day, and 1.47 (95% CI: 1.34 to 1.61) for 5 drinks/day, compared with nondrinkers.

Conclusions

These findings indicate that alcohol consumption, even at moderate intakes, is a risk factor for atrial fibrillation.


List of 289 Good Catchy Magazine Names

A list of 289 catchy magazine names from a variety of reader interests. These magazines vary in reader demographic from kids, teens, adults, to reference.

AAA Living
AARP Bulletin
AARP The Magazine
ACCRA Cost of Living Index (Reference)
Air and Space Smithsonian
All You
Allure
American Artist
American Baby
American Girl (Kids)
American Heritage
American History
American Hunter
American Rifleman
Américas (Spanish)
AppleSeeds (Kids)
Archaeology
Architectural Digest
Art of the West
Arthur Frommer’s Budget Travel
Artist’s Magazine
Astronomy
Atlantic Monthly
Audubon
Babybug (Kids’ Small Picture Book)
Backpacker
Better Homes and Gardens
Betty Crocker Creative Recipes
Biblical Archaeology Review
Bicycling
Billboard
Birds & Blooms
Black Belt
Bloomberg Businessweek
BMX Plus (Teen)
Bon Appetit
Boys’ Life (Kids)
Boys’ Quest (Kids)
Bridal Guide
Brides
Brigham Young University Studies
Business Week
BYU Magazine
Car and Driver
Christian Science Monitor
Christianity Today
Click (Kids)
Climbing
Consumer Reports (Adult and Reference)
Contenido (Spanish)
Cook’s Illustrated
Cooking Light
Cosmopolitan
Country
Country Living
Cowboys and Indians
Crafts n’ Things
Creating Keepsakes
Cricket (Kids)
Crochet Today
Cycle World
Daisy
Dance Magazine
Dialogue
Dig (Kids)
Discover
Discovery Girls (Kids)
Disney Princess (Kids)
Dwell
Eating Well
Ebony
Economist
Elle
Ensign
Entertainment Weekly
Entrepreneur
ESPN The Magazine
Esquire
Essence
Every Day with Rachael Ray
Everyday Food
Faces (Kids)
Family Chronicle
Family Circle
Family Fun
Family Handyman
FamilyFun
Field & Stream
Field and Stream
Fine Cooking
Fine Gardening
Fine Homebuilding
Fine Woodworking
First
Fitness
Flying
Fons and Porter’s For the Love of Quilting
Food & Family (Kraft Foods)
Food & Wine
Food Network Magazine
Forbes
Fortune
Friend (Kids)
Futurist
Game Informer (Teen)
Garden Gate
Girls’ Life (Teen)
Glamour
Golf Digest
Golf Magazine
Good Housekeeping
GQ
Guideposts
Harper’s Bazaar
Harper’s Magazine
Health
HGTV Magazine
Highlights for Children (Kids)
Highlights High Five (Kids)
Home Education
House Beautiful
Inc.
Instructor
InStyle
Irreantum
Jack and Jill (Kids)
JAMA – Journal of the American Medical Association
Journal of Mormon History (Older issues in Special Collections)
Journal of the Book of Mormon and Other Restoration Scripture
Just CrossStitch
Kids Discover (Kids)
Kiki (Kids)
Kiplinger Letter
Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
Ladies’ Home Journal
Ladybug (Kids)
Latina (Spanish)
LDS Living
Leading Edge
Liahona (Spanish)
Locus
Lucky
Macworld
Mad (Teen)
Marie Claire
Martha Stewart Living
Martha Stewart Weddings
Maxim
Mayo Clinic Health Letter
Men’s Health
Mental Floss
Midwest Living
Money
More
Mormon History Association Newsletter
Mormon Studies Review
Mother Earth News
Motor Trend
Muse (Kids)
Muy Interesante (Spanish)
NADA Classic, Collectible, Exotic and Muscle Car Appraisal Guide & Directory(Reference)
NADA Motorcycle, Snowmobile, ATV, Personal Watercraft Appraisal Guide (Reference)
NADA Official Older Used Car Guide (Reference)
NADA Official Used Car Guide (Reference)
NADA Recreation Vehicle Appraisal Guide (Reference)
National Geographic
National Geographic Kids (Kids)
National Geographic Traveler
National Parks
National Review
National Wildlife
Natural Health
Natural History
Natural Home
New Car Cost Guide
New Era (Teen and Adult)
New York Times Magazine
New Yorker
Newsweek
Nursing
O: The Oprah Magazine
Odyssey (Kids)
Old-House Journal
Organic Gardening
Outdoor Life
Outdoor Photographer
Outside
Paper Crafts
Parenting
Parents
PC World
People
People en Español (Spanish)
People StyleWatch
Petersen’s 4 Wheel and Off Road
Pillsbury Classic Cookbooks
Pioneer (Older issues in Special Collections)
Playboy
Poder Hispanic (Spanish)
Popular Mechanics
Popular Photography
Popular Science
Preschool Friends (Kids)
Prevention
Provo Orem Word
Psychology Today
Quilter’s Newsletter
Ranger Rick (Kids)
Reader’s Digest
Real Simple
Redbook
Reminisce
Reunions
Road and Track
Rock and Ice
Rolling Stone
Romantic Times
Runner’s World
Salt Lake City Magazine
Science
Science News
Scientific American
Scouting
Self
Seventeen (Teen)
Shape
Sheet Music Magazine
Ski
Sky and Telescope
Smart Computing
Smithsonian
Snowboarder (Teen)
Sound and Vision
Southern Living
Spider (Kids)
Sports Illustrated
Sports Illustrated for Kids (Kids)
Star
Star Wars Clone Wars (Kids)
Studies in the Bible and Antiquity
Sunset
Sunstone
Taste of Home
Taste of Home’s Simple and Delicious
Teen Vogue (Teen)
Tennis
The American Legion Magazine
The Economist
The Family Handyman
The New Yorker
This Old House
Thomas and Friends (Kids)
Threads
Time
Town and Country
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Watts Rebellion begins

In the predominantly Black Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, racial tension reaches a breaking point after two white policemen scuffle with a Black motorist suspected of drunken driving. A crowd of spectators gathered near the corner of Avalon Boulevard and 116th Street to watch the arrest and soon grew angry by what they believed to be yet another incident of racially motivated abuse by the police. 

An uprising soon began, spurred on by residents of Watts who were embittered after years of economic and political isolation. The rioters eventually ranged over a 50-square-mile area of South Central Los Angeles, looting stores and torching buildings as snipers fired at police and firefighters. Finally, with the assistance of thousands of National Guardsmen, the violence was quelled on August 16. 

The five days of violence left 34 dead, 1,032 injured, nearly 4,000 arrested and $40 million worth of property destroyed. The Watts Rebellion, also know as the Watts Riots or the Watts Uprising, foreshadowed many rebellions to occur in ensuing years, including the 1967 Detroit Riotsਊnd Newark Riots. 


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