Marco Rubio hopes to sway voters interested in Chick-fil-A, Ram trucks, and Duck Dynasty. John Fetterman is searching for fans of microbreweries, Teslas and the Dave Matthews Band. And Michael Bennet wants to reach people who like Taylor Swift and Lizzo — while avoiding devoted listeners of Jason Aldean. Candidates in some of the highest-profile midterm races are using Facebook and Instagram ad targeting to aim messages at voters based on their music tastes, sports fandoms, shopping destinations and television habits, a CNN review of data from the social media platforms found. The data, which Facebook parent company Meta has started to make public in recent months, provides a snapshot into how political campaigns are slicing and dicing online groups of voters based on very specific interests. And it's a sign that as America grows more politically polarized, the candidates are using cultural icons as proxies for politics. "There are very few things in American culture, … [Read more...] about Political candidates are targeting you on social media based on these interests. Here’s how.
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Vanarin Kuch grew up in his family’s bakeries in Houston, Texas, watching old episodes of Iron Chef for inspiration. “Being of Cambodian immigrants, my entire family, even to this day, has always owned a doughnut shop — so I’ve kind of always been in the industry, totally illegally working at 13 and 14 frying doughnuts,” he jokes. Kuch went to culinary school and later worked in some of Houston’s best restaurants, including the city’s outpost of Jean-Georges and later at the acclaimed Tiny Boxwoods , where he served for three years as the pastry chef. His work led to a nomination for Food & Wine ’s Best New Pastry Chef, and he also appeared on Top Chef: Just Desserts . A move to New York City led to jobs at fine-dining restaurants Gotham Bar and Grill and Boulud Sud. “Then an opportunity came, and it was pretty much my mom’s scheming way of giving me back to Houston,” he said. “She’s like, ‘I found a really great place. It would be a really good bakery.’ It’s next … [Read more...] about This “Top Chef” Star Is Serving Houston’s Most Playful Pastries
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 38 The cat-and-mouse game lasted 13 years. From the day 29-year-old Jesus Hilario Jimenez died on March 29, 2004, Cameron County Sheriff's investigators set out to find Ciro Cantu Munoz . Munoz managed to avoid arrest, investigators told KVEO-TV , by slipping into Mexico to avoid charges stemming from a lovers quarrel. VANDALS SOUGHT: Sheriff hunting for person who tossed white paint on cars in Spring Witnesses told deputies that Jimenez and Munoz were in a fight outside the home of Munoz's ex-wife when gunfire erupted. Jimenez, who was the ex-wife's new partner, was shot in the head and died at the scene. Story continues below. Detectives received … [Read more...] about After 13 years on the run, fugitive wanted for murder is nabbed
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — In the eyes of Belarus' foreign minister, the root cause of the war in Ukraine dates back 30 years ago to the end of the Cold War. At that time, there was no official treaty — just a “gentlemen’s agreement” that opened a path for the West to secure its domination, in part through the expansion of the North Atlantic Treaty Alliance, Vladimir Makei told the U.N. General Assembly on Saturday. “With its drive to enlarge NATO, the West has essentially trampled upon the indivisibility of security, the vital principle, which states that one party must not seek to achieve its own security at the expense of other parties,” he said. Makei said NATO and the West, in their quest to expand eastward, “overlooked the legitimate security interests of both Russia and Belarus." He described NATO’s involvement in what he called “illegal wars” in Yugoslavia, Iraq, Libya and Syria, “in addition to the Alliance’s attempts to encroach on some historical Eastern Slavic and … [Read more...] about Belarus foreign minister blames NATO, West for Ukraine war
Listen to this article Dakar has changed its roadbook philosophy in recent years, with the pacenotes handed out to crews just minutes before the start of each stage instead of the previous evening. This leaves co-drivers with no time to make their own additions to the roadbook, meaning they rely entirely on the information provided by the organiser. While the change in the timing of roadbook handover has received unanimous support from competitors, who believe it helps in levelling up the field, some feel that the notes itself are not always up to the mark and can lead to navigational errors. As Audi begins preparations for a second crack at the prestigious cross-country rally in Saudi Arabia, Sainz wants roadbooks to be compiled in such a way that they leave no room for interpretation. “We don't have any problem having the digital roadbook given in the morning,” said three-time Dakar champion Sainz. “What is the problem is that there are no mistakes in the roadbook. What … [Read more...] about Audi’s Sainz calls for roadbook clarity in Dakar after 2022 issues