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  • Dec 02 2021

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    By Janice Gough - The usage of Bitcoin (typically decentralized digital money designed to be used over the internet. It is near all-time highs, with 24-hour transaction volumes hovering around levels not seen since late 2017. Just recently, it hit a high of $450,000 transactions in a day. The previo...

  • Nov 25 2021

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      By 'JustTheFactsMax'   While there are many reasons to invest in Bitcoin, the biggest question is: why should you? Cryptocurrency is a high-risk investment, and most people do not understand it. If you want to invest in bitcoin, you should know that you may lose money, but you could make much mone...

  • Nov 21 2021

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    A name change is a legal process of adopting a new name different from the one you are currently using. People change their names when they want to change their social security number, home address, or business name. A name that is too similar to your current one will cause problems. It can be a goo...

  • Nov 21 2021

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    A recent study published in the journal PLOS One shows that a vaccine against COVID-19 could save lives. The disease is spread by direct contact between people and is also highly infectious. It can be deadly, but a vaccine will help prevent the illness from spreading. In the meantime, the primary pr...

  • Nov 18 2021

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    For the first time since the start of the pandemic, the number of new daily Covid cases in Germany has exceeded 60,000, according to the country's disease control and prevention agency, the Robert Koch Institute.   Authorities fear that, in reality, the figure is even higher, as not all cases are im...

  • Nov 17 2021

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    SACRAMENTO, Calif. - Latinx college students in California made significant gains pre-pandemic - with jumps in college attendance and completion - but a new report says big gaps remain between white and Latinx students, particularly men. The "2021 State of Education for Latinx in California" report ...

  • Nov 16 2021

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    ORLANDO, Fla., Today, the 2022 Special Olympics USA Games, presented by Jersey Mike's Subs, names Donald Gialanella, the USA Games Cauldron Arts Project winner. Donald will design and produce an original cauldron lit during the USA Games' Opening Ceremony, kicking off the week-long event. Donald was...

  • Nov 12 2021

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    Whether you’re a Beatlemaniac or a more casual fan, you likely have an opinion about the band’s final days together and their eventual breakup. However, a brand-new book may challenge everything you thought you knew about the band’s twilight hour. Already a New York Times bestseller, “The Beatles: G...

  • Nov 11 2021

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    The stampede at last Friday’s Astroworld festival has claimed another victim, a 22-year-old student from Texas who has died of her injuries. Rapper Travis Scott, who produced the event, has urged victims to contact him.   The disaster has now claimed nine lives, with the latest victim, Bharti Shahan...

  • Nov 02 2021

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    By Suzanne Potter/PNS SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Now is the time to sign up for health insurance or hunt for a better deal, as this year's CoveredCA's open-enrollment period runs now through Jan. 31.Groups advocating for older Americans urged everyone, even those currently insured, to check out the Cover...

  • Nov 01 2021

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    Let's see what people's pressure all is about.   Salary of retired US Presidents. . . . . .. . . . . .. $180,000 FOR LIFE.  Salary of House/Senate members. . . . . . . . . $174,000 FOR LIFE. This is stupid  Salary of Speaker of the House. . . . . .. . .. $223,500 FOR LIFE. This is really stupid   Sa...

  • Oct 30 2021

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    By Suzanne Potter/PNS SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- The U.S. does a poor job of steering students toward good jobs, according to a new study from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce. The study found schools focus too much on getting kids to the next level, and not enough helping ...