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“Hard Fork”: A New Technology Podcast From The New York Times

A weekly look into the future that is already here. Listen to the trailer of our new tech podcast.

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Stocks See Short Squeeze With Fed Rate Debate: Markets…

TO The rally in the S&P 500 got the gauge on track for its best two-day rise since April 2020. In addition to the apparent short squeeze, another bad economic read moved markets on Tuesday. Job offers in the USA dipped to a 14-month low – which could come in handy for a Federal Reserve […]

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Estate to fund Scaffidi spat

The legal fees incurred by Joe Scaffidi and his brother Gino during a seven-year feud are being paid by the very estate the couple were fighting over.

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Former Canberra Raiders player Mark McLinden has been identified as a trespasser on the NRL Grand Final pitch

Former Canberra point guard Mark McLinden has been identified as the man who trespassed on the field and was arrested at Sunday’s NRL grand final. Core items: Mark McLinden ran onto the field and removed the padding on a goal post while play continued at the other end McLinden’s t-shirt read “End Coal Gas and […]

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Kelly Osbourne’s Gestational Diabetes: It can occur in the third trimester of pregnancy

Kelly Osbourne, a daughter of Ozzy Osbourne and Sharon Osbourne, was recently diagnosed with gestational diabetes in the third trimester of pregnancy – and now she is warning that the condition can be diagnosed later in a pregnancy. “First of all, gestational diabetes isn’t your fault,” the 37-year-old TV personality said of the condition in […]

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Ibrahim Traore: Who is the soldier behind Burkina Faso’s latest coup?

Reuters – As a heavily armed convoy drove through a cheering crowd in Burkina Faso’s capital on Sunday morning, the boyish face of the country’s youngest military ruler, Captain Ibrahim Traore, emerged from the turret of an armored personnel carrier. Wearing sportswear and a red beret, the 34-year-old smiled and gave a thumbs-up as onlookers […]

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The 28 best lightweight jackets for men in 2022: windbreakers, trench coats, truckers and more

We’ve finally reached the sweet, sweet days of early fall – Goldilocks weather, if you will – which means it’s time to break out the best lightweight jackets for men. windcheaters! Fleece zippers! parkas! anoraks! shirt jackets! The potential for layering size is pretty damn near infinite right now, folks. Whatever your preferred silhouette, the […]

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Can new vaccines finally eradicate malaria?

Two new vaccines could finally push back an age-old plague. But in an unexpected way, their arrival also complicates the road to ending the disease.

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Water crisis in Johannesburg: Two public hospitals are struggling, residents angry as reservoirs run dry

Johannesburg suffers from water outages. Problems with water networks in Johannesburg have severely affected public hospitals and enraged residents as they deal with water and power outages. According to Johannesburg Water, the high demand for water is affecting reservoirs and towers in the city. It has flagged the Commando system, which includes the Crosby, Brixton […]

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DA should revise its COVID jab policy

While one would like to believe that the Prosecutor’s Shadow Minister for Health, Michele Clark, is diligent with her portfolio, it is disappointing to glean from her interview in business news on October 4 that the DA strongly supports this covid yes To back this up, she cites the opinions of public health experts and […]

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