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Make Mine Light: U.K. Changes How It Taxes Alcohol—Now by Strength, Not Type
"Our new system will be designed around a common-sense principle: the stronger the drink, the higher the rate," said Rishi Sunak, Britain's financial head.
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Stop Pushing! Bring Aikido Principles to Your Leadership
Once someone digs their heels in against something, it requires extra finesse to reset the conversation for any meaningful dialogue.
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Supply Issues, Rising Prices Won't Deter Holiday Shoppers From Spending Big: Trade Group
The National Retail Federation predicts that sales in November and December will grow between 8.5 percent and 10.5 percent.
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U.S. House Report Says Meatpacking Industry Prioritized Profits as 59,000 Workers Got COVID
The report found much more people in the industry were infected with the virus than previously thought.
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Why You Need To Dream Big In The Real Estate Business
Dreaming big will take you to the next phase of your real estate business. You will be able to achieve your set goals, find your purpose and get practical experience.
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Ex-Postal Worker Who Stole Marijuana From Confiscated Package Sentenced to Prison
Howard Kerns was sentenced to two months in federal prison followed by two years of supervised release, according to the USPS Office of Inspector General.
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American Journalist to Remain in Myanmar Jail After Bail Hearing Delayed
Danny Fenster has been detained by authorities since May.
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Serial Killer Sentenced to Die After Murdering 4 Patients While Working at Texas Hospital
One expert concluded, "these patients were intentionally injected with air through their radial artery lines by William Davis."
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Israel OKs 3,000 Settler Homes in West Bank, Draws Condemnation From Biden Administration
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken voiced opposition to the settlement plans on Tuesday during a call with Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz.
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Funeral Director Accused of Assisting Boyfriend End Life Allegedly Turned Valve on Nitrogen Tank
Recent court documents show the woman allegedly turned the valve on the nitrogen tank "four to five times" before asking someone to dispose of the evidence.
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Internet Supports Woman Accused of Upstaging Sister After Weight Loss
"I don't understand being awful to people you are supposed to care about because they have improved themselves," one commenter wrote.
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School District Bans All Things 'Squid Game' After Students 'Mimic' Netflix Show at Recess
The elementary school students are also prohibited from dressing as "Squid Game" characters this upcoming Halloween.
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Floundering Child Care Industry Will Have Far-Reaching Implications, Economist Says
Child Care Aware of America estimates that 9 percent of child care programs in the U.S. shut doors since the onset of the pandemic.
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McAuliffe, Murphy Aim to Keep Their States Blue Amid Falling Biden Approval Ratings
President Biden visited both New Jersey and Virginia earlier this week ahead of the states' gubernatorial elections on November 2.
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White House Says High Earners Can 'Afford' to Pay More as Musk Criticizes Billionaires Tax
"Eventually, they run out of other people's money and then they come for you," the Tesla CEO tweeted.
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China, Russia, Iran and Pakistan Move to Create United Front on Afghanistan
"We should positively view the timely development of bilateral and multilateral dialogues and cooperation with Afghanistan on fighting terrorism," China's top diplomat said.
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'The Closer' Isn't About Laughing at Trans People. It's About Laughing at Yourself | Opinion
To have a joke told at your expense is a deeply human experience—and that's what Daphne Dorman wanted most of all.
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Congress Still Struggles With Biden Agenda Deal, Despite Hefty White House Push
Democratic in-fighting has again created hurdles for what earlier this week appeared to be a path to passage.
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'Dear William,' David Magee's Memoir, Shows a Family Dealing With Addiction and Trauma
This excerpt from "Dear William," David Magee's new memoir, tells the story of a family ripped apart by addiction and trauma but rebuilt through love and faith.
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Rhode Island Students May Take Fight for Civics Education to SCOTUS, Cite Jan. 6 Ignorance
The students are asking the court to declare public school students have a constitutional right to a civics education.
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Woman Apparently Angry About Work Outside Condo, Charged With Attempted Murder of Painters
The two painters were suspended above the condominium's 26th floor until a couple inside the building rescued them.
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Powerball Drawing For 10/27/21, Wednesday Jackpot is $102 Million
Wednesday night's 10/27/21 Powerball jackpot is worth $102 million, with a cash-value option worth $71.6 million.
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19 of 20 Small SUVs Crash Tested by IIHS Did Not Earn a Good Score
IIHS introduced a new side crash test to address the higher speed crashes this year and only one vehicle earned a Good rating.
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France Consumes 10B Baguettes Every Year, Looming Price Increase Causes Concern
"The baguette is precious. It has only gone up 23 centimes in the last 20 years," said the president of the French Confederation of Bakeries and Pastry Shops.
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Iran Says its Ready for Nuclear Talks in New Test for Biden's Mideast Policy
This news follows a meeting between Iran and the European Union on Wednesday.
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Women to Boycott UK Nightclubs, Pubs as They Call for More Policing Amid 'Spiking' Reports
University towns and cities are participating in the so-called "girls night in" to raise awareness and demand better action from the government.
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18 States' Walmart Stores Hit by Recall of Aromatherapy Spray Linked to Deadly Bacteria
The CDC is investigating four cases of melioidosis, which is caused by the bacteria Burkholderia pseudomallei, linked to the Better Homes and Garden spray.
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Stacey Abrams PAC Wipes Out $212 Million in Medical Debt for 108,000 People in 5 States
The Fair Fight Political Action Committee donated a total of $1.34 million to the nonprofit organization RIP Medical Debt to clear the debts.
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Woman Claims Midwife Said 'Hurry Up' in Labor Because Her Shift Was Ending in Viral Video
"When I was being examined in triage the nurses were shocked because of what they found," according to the woman in the clip.
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Elk Has to Have Antlers Removed After Getting Stuck in Baby Swing
The animal's "non-typical" antlers were removed, but officials said it will not harm the elk and he will regrow antlers next year.
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