Three years after promising to add solar panels to the White House, the Obama administration is finally delivering. A White House official confirmed to the Washington Post that installation has already begun, part of “an energy retrofit that will improve the overall energy efficiency of the building.” The White House originally announced the installation of 20 to 50 solar panels in October 2010 after pressure from environmental activists. Jimmy Carter originally had a solar heating system installed in 1979, but Ronald Reagan had them removed in 1986. George W. Bush had solar panels installed on a maintenance building, but not on the White House itself.
About 10:45 a.m., he was inside a home in the 9300 block of South Escanaba Avenue, when he was shot in the back.
Jacqueline Jackson was released from intensive care earlier this month, while the Rev. Jesse Jackson "has made tremendous improvements" in his recovery, according to their son.
We don’t seem to recognize La Russa for the Hall of Fame thing these days. It bears repeating.
When the Fire moved to Soldier Field after the 2019 season, owner Joe Mansueto set a target of 25,000 fans per game at the lakefront venue. Since pandemic-related capacity restrictions were lifted in July, the Fire haven’t come close to reaching that mark.