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Boston research center creates model to preserve history

The corner of Massachusetts and Columbus Avenues was once something more than flat land. It used to be more than just another in a long list of mixed-use development sites with condos in Boston. For South End residents, it was the Harriet Tubman House. Founded in the early 20th century …

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Vantage Credit Union partners with Lumin Digital

SAN RAMON, Calif., November 22, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — digital light announced a new multi-year partnership with Missouri-based Vantage Credit Union (Vantage), supporting an enhanced online banking experience for more than 70,000 Vantage members through Lumin’s cloud-based online and mobile digital banking platform. Launched at Vantage in May 2023, Lumin’s platform …

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2023: NIPR condemns attacks on political parties during campaign rallies

By EMMANUEL AFONNE WAZOBIA 2022 Virtual Summit Participants ABUJA- The Nigerian Institute of Public Relations (NIPR) has condemned attacks by political parties at various campaign rallies ahead of the 2023 general elections. Malam Mukhtar Sirajo, Chairman of NIPR, who condemned the attacks during the WAZOBIA 2022 virtual summit organized by …

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Obituary of Raymond D. Youngkin – Akron Beacon Journal

Raymond D. Youngkin, 84, died on November 19, 2022 in his sleep. He was born in Akron and had three brothers, Harold, Richard and Denzil, and a half-sister, Kathryn Arnold. He served five years in the US Army, two in the reserves and then three on active duty. He had …

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Cancer support organization develops care packages for chemotherapy patients

Volunteers from a New Hampshire breast cancer patient support organization created care packages for those undergoing chemotherapy on Saturday. Pink Revolution said they would distribute 1,500 care packages to New England oncologist practices. “You could be in the chair for six, seven hours,” Caulfield said. “What we’re trying to do …

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The Future of Crypto Is in the Regulated Banking System

After reaching all-time highs in 2021, cryptocurrency prices have not found a permanent bottom. And the appeal of crypto’s promise to reinvent money has also reached its limit with a very niche audience. To appeal to a wider, more mainstream user base, proponents of the new technology will need to …

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Political parties cannot regard election symbol as ‘exclusive property’, right of use may be lost with dismal performance: Delhi High Court

The Delhi High Court said political parties could not regard the election symbol as their “exclusive property”. A dividing bench of Chief Justice Satish Chandra Sharma and Justice Subramonium Prasad observed that the Election Symbols (Reservation and Allocation) Order 1968 makes it very clear that the right to use an …

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A holiday tradition returns to Utica

After an absence of two years, a tradition of family holidays returns to Utica. Christmas on Main Street returns this Saturday from noon to 5:00 p.m. at Utica’s historic Union Station on Main Street. The event has been canceled each of the past two years due to the pandemic, but …

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Unlocking the value of ESG performance data beyond reporting – CCH Tagetik

Read this blog to learn more We have seen a significant change in the way environmental, social and governance (ESG) data have been collected in recent years. It has gone from an “add-on” to a vital opportunity for companies to strengthen their competitiveness. As consumers become more demanding about environmental, …

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End of student loan repayment hiatus

Although a college education is seen as the bridge to a better life, financial security is a long way off for millions of graduates who begin their careers with heavy student debt. Fortunately, a nearly two-year pause on federal student loan repayments has allowed many borrowers to reduce their other …

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Vietnam: Drop charges against dissident on Facebook

(Bangkok) – Vietnamese authorities should immediately release outspoken commentator Bui Van Thuan and drop the politically motivated charges against him, Human Rights Watch said today. The People’s Court of Thanh Hoa Province has set his criminal trial for November 17, 2022. Police arrested Bui Van Thuan in August 2021 for …

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Carl H. Malta | News, Sports, Jobs

Carl H. Malta Carl H. Malta, 85, of Jamestown, NY, passed away peacefully at 2:30 a.m. on Saturday, November 12, 2022, at his home. A lifelong resident of the area, he was born February 25, 1937 in Jamestown, NY, the son of the late Charles and Rose Carmen Malta. Carl …

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Yakima Announces New Global Organizational Structure to Accelerate Growth and Increase Collaboration

Lake Oswego, OR (November 9, 2022) – Yakima, the pioneering manufacturer of leading cargo and gear management solutions, announces that Ryan Martin, current CEO of the Americas region, will increase his responsibilities to also lead strategic direction and growth in Australasia (Australia, New Zealand and neighboring Pacific Islands) and EMEA …

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Super PAC emerges to encourage DeSantis to run for president

TALLAHASSEE — Gov. Ron DeSantis may be playing coy on his presidential intentions, but a new super PAC has been formed to give the idea some oxygen and serve as his surrogate campaign until Florida governor make it official. “Ron to the Rescue,” is the name of the independent political …

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The LOOTPRESS Week 11 Pet of the Week is Kip Cornett!

BECKLEY, WV (LOOTPRESS) – LOOTPRESS Week 11 Pet of the Week is Kip! Kip is a spunky 3 year old money lab who likes to stay active! An exceptional swimmer and retriever, Kip enjoys running for miles through the scenic trails of Flat Top Lake. He’s one of three big …

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Northern Kentucky Tri-Ed Names David McAleese as Organization’s New Research Director

The Northern Kentucky Tri-County Economic Development Corporation (Tri-ED) continues to expand its team, with David McAleese joining as Director of Research. McAleese most recently served as Senior Director, Area Research at Macy’s Inc., where he had worked since 2006. He graduated from Binghamton University in New York State, where he …

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Former Ukrainian governor accuses authorities of abuse of power

Former Central Bank of Ukraine Governor Kyrylo Shevchenko has accused two of the country’s anti-corruption agencies of preventing his lawyers from adequately representing him in court. A court in Kyiv issued a warrant to place Shevchenko in protective custody after a November 9 hearing. The Office of the Special Anti-Corruption …

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Arizona’s Maricopa County failed to start counting 290,000 early ballots cast on Election Day

An election worker arrives with ballots Wednesday inside the Maricopa County Recorders office in Phoenix. (Matt York/AP) Key races to determine Senate control in Arizona and Nevada have yet to be called as the two states rush to count hundreds of thousands of ballots that have yet to be processed. …

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WHO report denounces inequalities in the global vaccine market

World Health Organization Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus called for changes even in the global distribution of vaccines in a report released Wednesday. Photo courtesy of World Health Organization/Twitter November 9 (UPI) — Poorer countries are struggling to access essential vaccines as the global vaccine market remains unequal, the World …

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HERITAGE FINANCIAL CORP /WA/ MANAGEMENT REPORT OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-Q)

The following discussion is intended to assist in understanding the financial condition and results of operations of the Company as of and for the three and nine months ended September 30, 2022. The information contained in this section should be read together with the unaudited Condensed Consolidated Financial Statements and …

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New Data Proves Flexible Working Really Works: 7 Success Factors

Flexible working is linked to innovation and well-being. Getty The debate in the workplace has been wildly misdirected, with the media perpetuating a false contradiction about whether work should take place entirely remotely or only in the office. While some organizations expect these models, in reality, the best learning in …

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SNAPSHOT: Henry, Donut and Harvest

Association at 315-697-2796 to schedule a time to meet him.” id=”photo_116350″ class=”content-photo”/> Henry is a stallion whose eyes will make you lose your footing. Henry is a (about) 4 year old pit mix patiently waiting for his new family. This smart guy loves making new human friends and gets along …

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Obituary: Nancy Lee Kelley – Portland Press Herald

Nancy Lee Kelley OLD ORCHARD BEACH – Nancy Lee Kelley, 74, died at Southern Maine Health Care on November 4, 2022. She was born in Providence, RI on December 7, 1947, the daughter of Mathew and Dorothy Susel Marks. Nancy was a proud graduate of Pawtucket West High School, Pawtucket, …

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H&M under fire for using controversial mohair from South Africa – SAPeople

H&M under fire for using controversial mohair from South Africa. Photo: Stock Photo from iStockPhoto Swedish clothing company H&M is under fire for allegedly backtracking on its promise to stop using mohair wool. The multinational fashion giant had abandoned mohair wool, along with around 70 other companies like Zara and …

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Fewer than 1 in 6 of Manitoba’s new council leaders are women – a record, according to the organization

When Tina Williams welcomes a group of kindergarten children to the Virden daycare center where she works on Wednesday morning, she will no longer just be Miss Tina, she will also be the town’s new mayor. Until now, Williams says the little ones don’t fully understand what it means when …

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Westchester County woman says she fell victim to bank scam experts call ‘account takeovers’

ARDSLEY, NY — A Westchester County woman says she lost more than $30,000 to a sophisticated banking scam. Since the summer, she says she’s been through the agonizing task of trying to get the money back. Experts told CBS2’s Lisa Rozner on Tuesday that scams are called “account takeovers” and …

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Israel elections: Netanyahu eyes comeback as voters head to the polls for fifth election in four years

Jerusalem CNN — Israelis head to the polls for an unprecedented fifth time in four years on Tuesday, as Israel holds a new national election aimed at ending the country’s current political stalemate. For the first time in 13 years, former Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is not running as an …

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Marylyn Toliver | Obituaries | Effingham Daily News

Marylynne Toliver, 74, of Effingham, IL, passed away Friday, October 28, 2022, at home surrounded by her loving family. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, November 4, 2022 at Johnson’s Funeral Home in Effingham. Interment will be at Hillcrest Cemetery in Centralia, IL. Visitation will be …

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Elder’s Guide to Financial Scams – Outlook Pasadena

Pattyl Aposhian Kasparian Vice President, Caltech Employees Federal Credit Union By Pattyl Aposhian KasparianVice President, Caltech Employeesfederal credit union There’s no way to sugarcoat this – scammers and fraudsters take every opportunity to exploit you financially.We are all potential targets when we access our emails, surf the web or answer …

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Mussolini and fascism came to power 100 years ago. Here’s how.

Comment this story Comment A century ago, Benito Mussolini began a dictatorship that would last more than 20 years. It all started one night in late October 1922, when he sent his loyalists, armed with clubs and guns, to occupy key government buildings around Rome and Milan. Their goal was …

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“The Backstreet Boys” is giving fans a “once in a lifetime” charity experience!

MEGA street boys fans have a LOT to look forward to this Christmas season. The famous boy band of the 90s, made famous by hits such as “I Want It That Way”, “Everybody”, “Larger Than Life” and “Quit Playing Games”, certainly play NO games when it comes to charity. The …

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Sound Long-Term Care Management Partners with PointClickCare for Virtual Health

An innovative and responsible care organization will promote quality for residents of long-term care facilities TACOMA, Wash., October 27, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Sound Long-Term Care Management (SLTCM), a new responsible care organization (ACO) specifically for Medicare long-term care beneficiaries, is thrilled to partner with PointClickCare Technologies, a platform cutting-edge healthcare …

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ECCHA finds high number of abandoned animals

EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) – An area animal shelter said it lacked space for pets in need. The cause: to see more people abandoning their animals. The Eau Claire County Humane Association said it typically makes appointments for someone to hand over a pet within two to three weeks. Right …

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320 protective services officers will support safer workplaces for healthcare workers

Province Taking Steps to Create Safer Workplaces for Healthcare Workers and Patients by Introducing a New Safety Model Across All Health Authorities, Hiring More Protective Services Employees and Increasing Funding of SWITCH BC, a new organization focused on workplace safety. Approximately 320 internal protective services officers and 14 violence prevention …

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Financial interests run phantom campaigns in San Jose mayoral race

Campaign mail sent to voters in San Jose says mayoral candidate Cindy Chavez “has a history of scandals, corruption and dishonest deals behind the scenes.” Another states that his opponent, Matt Mahan, said he believed in the “accountability” of the National Rifle Association, just months after a gun massacre. Chavez, …

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Closing the loop on the status of “public enemy”

Image courtesy of Pixabay By COLIN DAYANThe conversation Just 50 years ago, the pit bull was America’s favorite dog. Pit bulls were everywhere. They were popular in advertising and used to promote the joys of friendship between pets and humans. Nipper on the RCA Victor label, Pete the Pup in …

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Los Angeles Rams safety Terrell Burgess champions nonprofit Set the Expectation

Terrell began following Tracy and Set The Expectation at the University of Utah. After hearing how powerful Tracy’s presentation was from Sacramento State athletes, Terrell knew he wanted to support the organization. In recognition of the survivors, Terrell wore the teal and purple STE ribbon on his helmet at Reese’s …

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Are there positives to rising interest rates?

Rising interest rates attract attention because it costs consumers more to borrow money, but the flip side is that people have the potential to earn more on their savings. Rates and products are different in each financial institution. Some have increased their yields on checking and savings accounts, while others …

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370 dogs and cats died in Chinese ‘death truck’ heading for meat market, animal rights group says

Rescuers, including local animal groups and anti-dog meat trade activists, said they rescued the approximately 1,000 remaining dogs and cats from what they called the “death truck”. Some of those animals required emergency roadside care, and many suffered open wounds, broken bones, respiratory illnesses and severe dehydration, HSI said. They …

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City and Flames organization restart formal talks in arena

Breadcrumb Links New Local News This city is doing things differently this time by hiring consulting firm CAA ICON to represent Calgary at the bargaining table Publication date : October 19, 2022 • 1 hour ago • 4 minute read • 35 comments The afternoon sun casts shadows north of …

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Why pro-Israel lobby group Aipac supports election deniers and hardline Republicans | American political lobbying

Jhe largest pro-Israel lobby group in the United States is backing dozens of racists, homophobes and Holocaust deniers who are running for Congress next month because they pledged to defend Israel against mounting criticism of its oppression of the Palestinians. The powerful US Israel Public Affairs Committee (Aipac) has justified …

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With dozens of horses slaughtered on federal land, wildlife activists say protections are lacking

Earlier this month, at least 25 horses were shot and killed in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, which span 2 million acres in central and eastern Arizona, according to reports. wildlife activists. Their remains were left to rot. It’s just the latest of many intentional killings of horses and other animals …

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Henrietta Lacks’ family named World Health Organization Goodwill Ambassadors for the elimination of cervical cancer

WHO Director-General Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus today appointed the Lacks family as WHO Goodwill Ambassadors for the Elimination of Cervical Cancer. The nomination recognizes their efforts to advocate for cervical cancer prevention and to preserve the memory of Henrietta Lacks, who died of cervical cancer in 1951. The story of …

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MetroHealth’s new $759 million Glick Center opens Nov. 5, signaling a new era in healthcare

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Starting at 7 a.m. November 5 Custodians will begin moving patients out of the cramped old hospital on the MetroHealth System’s W. 25th Street campus and into the spacious new Glick Center acute care hospital. In 12 hours, the move will be finished, leave the 365-bed towers …

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Better, Ramoji makes Eenadu a political party

In Andhra Pradesh, Cherukuri ramoji rao, chairman of the eenadu group, is now embroiled in a bitter political dispute with the ysr Congress. ramoji rao opposes congress PARTY’ target=”_blank” title=”ysr congress-Latest updates, photos, videos are just a click away, CLICK NOW”>ysr congress with more force than the main party of …

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Two Fayetteville council seats up for grabs

Photo illustration: Axios visuals. Photos: Courtesy of Mark Kinion, Sloan Scroggin, Sarah Moore and Scott Berna campaigns. Local voters will soon decide who will fill two spots up for grabs on the Fayetteville City Council. Catch up fast: Incumbent Mark Kinion takes on challenger Sarah Moore to represent Ward 2, …

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Tumwater is considering new logo designs for the city

By Jerome Tuaño Town of Tumwater staff presented new logos to the General Government Committee for discussion yesterday 12 October. The city’s communications manager, Ann Cook, presented several logo concepts. Members of the committee did not approve any design, but deliberated most on a design showing Tumwater’s brewing tower alongside …

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Young people from the poorest neighborhoods are often abandoned by banks. Here’s what needs to change

Entrepreneurs need more support. Credit: Shutterstock/Kehinde Olufemi Akinbo As the world’s population increases, it is estimated that by 2030 the world will need more than 600 million new jobs. Many of them will be needed in developing countries, where young people already struggle to find work, wages are low and …

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2023: The group organizes a football competition for political parties

A non-governmental organization, the Jalo Okwor Foundation, in partnership with Twenty Bucks Creative, is set to organize a football tournament later this year between the political parties, to promote peaceful coexistence ahead of the 2023 elections. Briefing journalists yesterday in Abuja on the sidelines of the signing of a Memorandum …

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Blind New Jersey man wins Ironman competition for organization that helped save his life

By Alyana Gomez Click here for updates on this story WEST DEPTFORD, New Jersey (WPVI) – A South Jersey man puts passion behind his goal to keep it going. Ian Fleming is blind but is taking on his first Ironman challenge in a bid to give back to an organization …

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The University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) announces a partnership with Amedisys and Contessa, creating a full suite of home care services

Amedisys, Inc. Exterior of UAMS UAMS hospital exterior The partnership is the first of its kind in the region and creates a new home care option for patients, including home restorative care, home rehabilitation care, home palliative care, home primary care and home care. LITTLE ROCK, Ark. and NASHVILLE, Tenn., …

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Will Assyrians become strictly a religious minority in occupied Assyria?

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has breathed new life into Turkey’s vision of a Turkic world that stretches from Anatolia to Xinjiang in northwest China. “Central Asia now resembles the 1990s, when there was huge competition between global and regional powers for influence over the resource-rich region. Russia’s shadow over the …

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​🌱 Flaming Hot Dog Cart + Dog Park Mural Dispute + Day Of The Dead💀

Hi there! It’s Monday and I’m back in your inbox with what’s happening locally. Grab your morning coffee/tea and let’s get started: 🔥Burning Hot Dog Cart — The city must crack down on illegal vendors. Painted Dog Park Mural – Outraged park users! Old Town San Diego celebrates Dia de …

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Volunteer and donate | FEMA.gov

After a disaster, people come together to help. To get the most out of your contributions, it’s important to follow the guidelines for donating and volunteering responsibly. The proven best practices below will give you a starting point. You can also email the FEMA Donations Unit for answers to specific …

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Credit Union 1 and Golic Family Foundation Announce Partnership, Plan to Distribute… | New

SOUTH BEND, Indiana, Oct. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Credit Union 1 (CU1), a leading financial institution with branches in Illinois, Indiana and Nevada, and the official banking partner of Our Dame Athletics, announces its partnership with the Golic Family Foundation, a charitable organization created by notable Notre Dame alumnus, …

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Bass apologizes to Latin band after suggesting Caruso paid for their endorsement

Amid anger from leaders of a local Latin Democrat club, Rep. Karen Bass apologized on Friday for implying that the group was paid off by rival Rick Caruso in exchange for his endorsement in the race. Los Angeles City Hall. Leaders of the Advance Democratic Club had earlier in the …

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Norma June Bargerhuff Cummings | News, Sports, Jobs

cumming Norma June Bargerhuff Cummings entered her heavenly home on Wednesday October 5, 2022. June was born September 1, 1934 in Jane Lew, WV to George Roy and Lorena Katherine (Bartlett) Bargerhuff. She graduated from Weston High School in 1952, then went to Bowling Green State …

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100 days after Roe: At least 66 clinics in 15 US states have stopped offering abortion care

October 2, 2022 marked 100 days since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe vs. Wade, a decision that has led states across the country to severely restrict access to abortion. A new Guttmacher study found that 100 days after June 24 Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision, 66 clinics …

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Santander is raising interest rates for savers to ‘boost yields’ – does this beat inflation? | Personal finance | Finance

Earlier this week, the bank confirmed that it was raising the interest rate on its consumer ISA savings accounts. It comes as the country faces an unprecedented crisis in the cost of living, partly caused by soaring inflation. In an attempt to solve this problem, the Bank of England increased …

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Wynonna Judd lost her mind while rehearsing for a tour without her late mom Naomi

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Fans of Naomi Judd, the late matriarch of Grammy-winning country duo The Judds, get a chance to say goodbye and rejoice in their successes on a final tour led by her daughter Wynonna Judd and all-star musical partners. The Judd family continues to mourn his sudden …

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Organization runs ads in Idaho’s college town to promote birth control and access to abortion

Digital billboards roam Moscow next week with various messages from a national non-profit organization on reproductive health. “Be conservative. Use birth control. “Pregnant? You still have a choice. “They don’t want you to know. You can still get abortion pills by mail. A particular ad features a photo of Russian …

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Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday Fashion Deals 2022: What to Know

When we keep rotating our crochet dresses for fall dresses and denim shorts for baggy jeans, Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday fashion deals don’t exactly come to mind. But the annual invitation to shop (and shop, and shop) isn’t literally as far away as it mentally seems. Black Friday and …

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2020 election conspirators could soon oversee voting in US battleground states

Sept 30 (Reuters) – Two far-right U.S. politicians who want to disrupt the way votes are cast and counted are tied or ahead in races to become their states’ top election administrators, recent polls show. Republicans Jim Marchant of Nevada and Mark Finchem of Arizona are promoting wild conspiracy theories …

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Senator Rand Paul’s FDA Modernization Act to End Animals

Washington, DC, Sept. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today, the U.S. Senate passed the FDA Modernization Act 2.0, S.5002, unopposed, taking a major step toward adopting a policy that could drastically reduce testing on dogs, primates and other animals in the coming years. The bill, introduced by Senators Rand Paul, …

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Angels’ top prospect Logan O’Hoppe makes Major League debut

ANAHEIM — As the Angels explained ahead of Tuesday’s series opener against the A’s, top prospect Logan O’Hoppe was brought up to get a taste of what it’s like to be in the Majors – but only as part of the taxi team. But after Tuesday’s 4-3 win over Oakland, …

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Kaunas City Polyclinic Chooses ChestLink to Accelerate Preventive Health Checkups

CEO of Oxipit Gediminas Peksys ChestLink Medical Imaging Workflow With ChestLink, healthy patients can be immediately sent home after the examination, without having to wait for the study report at the polyclinic. This represents an ideal use case for ChestLink, which can generate immediate time savings for radiologists, while also …

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Lebanese parliament to vote for president

Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri will convene a session to elect a new president on September 29, despite the lack of political consensus on a candidate and the slim chance of a successful vote. President Michel Aoun’s six-year term ends on October 31 and politicians have expressed concern over the …

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Gawker makes a comeback six years after being sued for closure | American News

Gawker was once one of the most infamous websites in American media. He began life as a rambling outsider who turned blogging into a business as a purveyor of irreverent, anti-establishment snark against the rarified world of America’s elite media in New York. As it grew, it transformed into a …

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Biden’s student debt cancellation plan won’t cut college costs, labor economist says

Beth Akers started her freshman year at Ithaca College in upstate New York. But she had qualms about the debt she would incur at this private school, so she transferred to a less expensive public school: the University of Albany, the State University of New York, or SUNY. “And the …

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The Detroit Auto Show Puts “Detroit” in the Auto Show From “Education Week” to Local Artists to “Mobility City Sunday”

The North American International Auto Show (aka Detroit Auto Show) spotlighted Detroit as the epicenter of mobility last week for media, industry and even the president of United States. This week, the Public Show shines a light on the community, including Detroit’s future mobility leaders, entertainers, everyday Detroiters …

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Japan’s $2 billion initiative to prepare pandemic vaccines in 100 days

A new Japanese research effort will work on vaccines against infectious diseases, including coronaviruses, monkeypox and dengue virus.Credit: Eugene Hoshiko/AP/Shutterstock After acknowledging Japan was slow to develop COVID-19 vaccines, the government has pledged to invest $2 billion in a vaccine research initiative to ensure the country is ready to respond. …

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Boosting College Savings Rates – San Francisco Bay Times

By Assemblyman Phil Ting– September is Education Savings Month! To celebrate, ScholarShare529, a state-sponsored college savings plan, is offering a $100 bonus when you open an account by the end of this month with an initial deposit of $1,000 or more. Everyone can contribute afterwards. Watch the earnings increase; then, …

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Myths You Should Stop Believing About Pregnancy

According to a study by the US National Sleep Foundation, almost 80% of pregnant women do not sleep well (via Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences). Your growing uterus, hormonal changes, nighttime hunger and nausea often make it harder to sleep (via Medical News Today). The Sleep Foundation recommends pregnant women …

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New York Attorney General Letitia James to announce findings of Trump Organization tax evasion investigation

NEW YORK (WABC) — New York Attorney General Letitia James plans to announce the findings of the Trump Organization fraud investigation on Wednesday. James previously said his office uncovered evidence that former President Donald Trump’s company was using “fraudulent or misleading” asset valuations for tax advantages. “Thus far, in our …

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Why Emporia State laid off 33 employees

Around 1:00 p.m. last Thursday, Dan Colson’s phone rang. The tenured professor of English at Emporia State University answered the call and was asked to report to an off-campus building owned by the university at 2 p.m. Little information was provided about the meeting. With threats of job cuts in …

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Civil rights group files first lawsuit against DeSantis over ‘illegal’ migrant flights

“No human being should be used as a political pawn in the highly polarized national debate on immigration,” said Iván Espinoza-Madrigal, executive director of Lawyers for Civil Rights, which provides free legal assistance to migrants who have landed. at Martha’s Vineyard. in a report. The lawsuit represents the first legal …

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Pet of the Week: Charlie | Local

Hello, my name is Charlie. I am an adorable, affectionate, acrobatic, playful, sweet, but sometimes scared and stubborn 2 year old cat. I love playing with my humans! I play fetch and I will do aerial flips to catch the toy on a stick. I love to roll forward when …

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