The song we’re featuring here, “The Eye,” is exactly what it proclaims itself to be: a quiet breath in the midst of the album’s glorious storm. Rooted in Carlile’s love of both classic country and California pop (particularly Fleetwood Mac), the song is the kind many other artists are going to want to cover. It will be hard to top the original, though; it so eloquently highlights the telepathic connection Carlile shares with her longtime bandmates (on display in a video of the trio singing the song at the bottom of this page).
KENNETH R. FOWLEREx Cemetery Boss Acquitted in Waste Burial RICHARD A. TINA DAUNT and CARLOS V. Allen was legally blind, nearly deaf and used a wheelchair to get around. His heart stopped in September, but doctors revived him and returned him to San Quentin Prison’s death row. Prison officials say Allen later requested a do not resuscitate order, in the event he had any serious health problems before the execution..
The Department of Homeland Security announced Tuesday morning that passengers flying on airlines directly to the United States from 10 airports in eight countries will soon only be allowed to bring cellphones or smartphones on board with them.Other electronics, including laptops and tablets, will be indefinitely banned from the passenger cabin, and must be checked in checked baggage if they are brought on the plane at all.Trump administration officials said that the electronics ban had been under consideration since the government learned of a threat several weeks ago.The British government has added legitimacy to the threat by adopting a similar plan, targeting flights from Turkey, Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Tunisia and Saudi Arabia.Airlines flying from the 10 mentioned airports will have four days to implement the new ban on carry on electronics including laptops, iPads and cameras. Above, a stock image of a laptopOfficials said the airlines will have four days to implement the security order or face being barred from flying to the United States.The electronics ban affects flights from international airports in Amman, Jordan; Kuwait City, Kuwait; Cairo; Istanbul; Jeddah and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia; Casablanca, Morocco; Doha, Qatar; and Dubai and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.About 50 flights a day, all on foreign carriers, will be impacted.The officials said the decision was prompted by ‘evaluated intelligence’ about ongoing potential threats to airplanes bound for the United States. The officials would not discuss the timing of the intelligence or if any particular terror group is thought to be planning an attack.