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David McCormick, who is expected to announce his candidacy for Pennsylvania's open Senate seat soon, is already gaining some critical supporters.
McCormick is the CEO of Bridgewater Associates, one of the largest hedge funds in the world, and the former Under Secretary of the Treasury fo
These small tasks make a big difference to start the new year off right!
Eliminate bulky clutter by "using your phone's digital wallet to store things like transit passes, gift cards and rewards cards," says Janelle Cohen, author of The Folding Book. "This way you don't have to bulk up y
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While not as controversial a topic as “What oil should I put in my bike ?” the question of what brake pads to use will still draw up tons of varying opinions from every corner of the internet. Yes, we know we’re another corner of the internet, but this post isn’t here to tell you which
As the world says goodbye — and good riddance — to 2021 this weekend and rings in 2022, hundreds of new laws will go into effect in California. From to-go cocktails to gender neutral toy aisles, there are plenty of regulations for residents of The Golden State to remember along with their
AZoM talks to Venkat Nandivada, Manager of Technical Sales at Master Bond Inc. about rubber surfaces and the key considerations in selecting an adhesi
Jude Bellingham has been a long-term target for Manchester United
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When Jude Bellingham burst onto the scene at Birmingham City during the 2019/20 campaign it was neve
A New Jersey man who posed as a former New England Patriots player in order to buy and sell Super Bowl rings that he claimed were gifts to Tom Brady's family will plead guilty to fraud, federal prosecutors said Monday. One of the rings sold for more than $337,000.
The plea agreement by