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How to avoid taking your contractor to court
ASK THE BUILDER | If you want to sue, be prepared to spend tens of thousands of dollars — and understand that there is absolutely no guarantee you will prevail.
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In ‘Twelve Minutes,’ former Ubisoft and Rockstar developer plays with the concept of time
“Twelve Minutes,” an indie game published by Annapurna Interactive, is about a man stuck in a time loop.
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Dogecoin plunges after Musk’s SNL appearance
The cryptocurrency tumbled as much as 30 percent after the Tesla chief and self-appointed “Dogefather" guest-hosted the comedy show.
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Must-do spring maintenance for your home
The goal of spring maintenance is to get your home ready for the big rainstorms, set your yard up for easy summer maintenance, and prolong the life and performance of your major systems.
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How a Key U.S. Pipeline Got Knocked Out by Hackers
One of the most important energy pipelines in the U.S. has been closed by a cyberattack. Colonial Pipeline -- a critical source of supply for the New York region -- was the victim of the biggest ransomware attack on a U.S. fuel pipeline and halted all operations on its system late Friday. It’s the latest such attack on U.S. critical infrastructure.
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Push to electrify mail trucks gains wide support, an unlikely win for both DeJoy and Biden
The Postal Service had long spurned electric vehicles over cost and reliability worries, but House Democrats are lining up behind a White House push to allocate $8 billion for mail trucks, paving the way for a fully electric fleet.
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