Day: October 24, 2020

Shop gorgeous sale pieces ahead of the holidays in these top picks

Give the gift of jewelry this season without breaking the bank. (Photo: Getty)

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With the holidays right around the corner, there’s a good chance you may already be thinking about the perfect gift for the special people in your life. Jewelry is a great way to show them you care, and right now, there are some

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Fields, No. 5 Ohio St run away from Huskers in opener, 52-17

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Ohio State receiver Garrett Wilson, left, catches a touchdown pass past Nebraska defensive back Dicaprio Bootle during the first half of an NCAA college football game Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020, in Columbus, Ohio.

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Justin Fields and No. 5 Ohio State shook off the rust in the first half and then buried Nebraska the rest of the way.

Fields completed 20 of 21 passes for two touchdowns and ran for another,

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9 ways to give yourself a stimulus check (and forget Washington)

9 ways to give yourself a stimulus check (and forget Washington)
9 ways to give yourself a stimulus check (and forget Washington)

The talkathon drags on in the nation’s capital over more financial relief for Americans, including a second round of those $1,200 “stimulus checks.”

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin have been negotiating for days and days and days over a roughly $2 trillion COVID-19 rescue package, but so far they’ve failed to strike a deal.

Even if they ever do come

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Antoine Dupont blows Wales away as France win warm-up fixture

Seven months may have passed since Wales’ last outing in the Six Nations but their wait for a victory continues, after losing their fourth Test in a row in this warm-up fixture against France in Paris.

Alun Wyn Jones’ record-tying 148th Test cap did not go as planned, despite Wales starting brightly with a Leigh Halfpenny try in the first minute. But a score from Cyril Baille and a brace from Antoine Dupont, as France’s

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On editorials and endorsements – Anchorage Daily News

As election season ramps up, the ADN’s opinion section gets busier. The opinion pages are what passes for the “town square” of a newspaper, where prominent figures and regular Alaskans can contribute their two cents on the issues of the day. As you’ve likely seen during the past several weeks, there are plenty of those issues under discussion now — as well as big decisions to make on candidates and ballot measures in this year’s

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Some Companies Make Their Websites More Elderly-Friendly

Text that is difficult to see clearly. Small buttons that are hard to select. Key content hidden behind confusing icons.

These are just some of the reasons why many older adults with deteriorating vision and dexterity say they struggle to navigate the internet, an issue that has come into sharper focus recently as the pandemic forces more people to take care of business online than ever before.

This was an issue, of course, well before

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Korzeniowski’s brace, Borden’s midfield play, lead nationally-ranked Pennington past Hun

It is pretty apparent that, for the sixth year running, a Pennington boys soccer player is going to take home the end of season honors.

But which one is the better question: with four returning All-Area players on the roster, this could be the closest race in a long time.

The nationally-ranked Red Raiders ran out to their second straight 2-0 victory Saturday on senior day, this time against Hun. Pennington (2-0) got two goals

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Sexism in science challenged with hashtag #MedBikini

With the high-pressure interviews online because of the coronavirus, Robinson, a 26-year-old medical student at the University of Minnesota, went looking for tips on social media etiquette for medical students as part of her preparation.

High in the search results was an article she thought might help. Published in the Journal of Vascular Surgery, it detailed “unprofessional social media content” among young vascular surgeons. But as she read, Robinson said, she became increasingly disgusted.

The

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Biden campaign ad featuring Blind Pig removed after owner receives threats

ANN ARBOR, MI — A recent ad for Joe Biden’s campaign featuring The Blind Pig and its owner, Joe Malcoun, was removed from the internet after Malcoun and his family began receiving threats.

In a statement to MLive, Malcoun said that he and his family have experienced constant harassment, both online and offline. As a result, Malcoun and the Biden campaign agreed to pull the ad before more harm was done.

“Our phones are ringing

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5 things to consider when selecting your next online storage

Online storage, also known as storage in the cloud, is an incredibly convenient way of storing your data so that it’s always available.

By choosing to use online storage rather than physical media like an external hard drive or USB thumb drive, you can view and download your files from anywhere and from any device, so long as you have an internet connection. This means your files are available from your desktop at work, your

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Stressed Freshmen Missing Quintessential College Experience | California News

By LINDSEY TANNER, AP Medical Writer

It’s a major life milestone, the first time many U.S. teens have ever been on their own. Even in normal times, freshman year in college can be a jumbled mix of anticipation, uncertainty and emotional highs and lows.

In these hardly normal times, when the quintessential college experience exists only in catalogs, freshmen are being challenged like never before.

Amid pandemic restrictions aimed at keeping students safe and healthy,

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Cunningham keeps low in NC Senate race marked by his affair

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — North Carolina Democratic Senate candidate Cal Cunningham is bypassing uncomfortable questions about his extramarital activities in the final days of his closely contested race with GOP Sen. Thom Tillis.

Whether his strategy alters the outcome of what’s now the most expensive U.S. Senate race in history will depend on whether swing voters are set on removing Tillis — and potentially ending GOP control of the chamber — even if it means

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Ex-NBA Player Shawn Kemp To Open Seattle’s First Black-Owned Cannabis Dispensary

Legendary Seattle Supersonics power forward and six-time NBA All-Star Shawn “Reign Man” Kemp has announced that he has entered the cannabis business.

 Shawn Kemp’s Cannabis opens later this month in Seattle.

The business is located at 3035 1st Ave. in the heart of the city near the Climate Pledge Arena and famed Space Needle. When it opens its doors on Friday, Oct. 30, it will become Seattle’s first Black-owned dispensary. Kemp’s former teammate, NBA Hall

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It’s OK to Play One Game Forever

Video games are art. But they aren’t art like books; if you just read Harry Potter over and over, somebody might say “read another book.” And they’d be right. But here’s the thing about games these days: The content isn’t the content. The experience is the content.

You can play Dark Souls 10 times over, a different build each time—shield-only combat, fully naked—and have 10 distinct game experiences. You can play 600 hours of Overwatch

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A deep dive into the Hunter Biden email scandal

This is a rush transcript from “Justice with Judge Jeanine” October 17, 2020. This copy may not be in its final form and may be updated.

JEANINE PIRRO, FOX NEWS HOST:  Breaking tonight. President Trump firing up his base in Janesville, Wisconsin just 17 days out from the election. 

Hello, and welcome to JUSTICE. I’m Judge Jeanine Pirro. Thanks so much for being with us tonight. 

You’re looking live at President

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The year of constant sorrow: Defeating Donald Trump won’t heal the damage of 2020

How many times can you say “I’m so sorry” without the words losing their meaning? How many times can you answer a text or an instant message or an email by typing “I’m so sorry” without becoming inured to the feeling of sorrow? Even if you manage to pause your constant grief, you’re hit between the eyes with another statistic, another story. The day the coronavirus death total hit 220,000, we learned that the parents

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Two Furnished, Move-In Ready Residences Available at Ronto’s Seaglass High-Rise

Kevin Caffrey, Caffrey & Associates, Submitted
Published 6:00 a.m. ET Oct. 24, 2020

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17 last-minute ways to safely celebrate Halloween at home with decorations and games

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Here's how to throw the perfect last-minute Halloween bash at home.
Here’s how to throw the perfect last-minute Halloween bash at home.

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Halloween is approaching quickly and we can’t wait

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Off The Menu: How one restaurant is surviving the pandemic

The opening of Tucker’s Restaurant in 1999 was the fulfillment of a life-long dream for chef-owner Michael Anderson.

In the20-plus years since, Anderson and his wife and business partner, Karen, have dealt with issues typical of those most entrepreneurs face — building a customer base, moving to new, larger quarters, and dealing with a seemingly endless succession of day-to-day operational problems.

In March of this year, however, they encountered a challenge neither could have anticipated

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Yemen Activists Want to Preserve Country’s Beauty Beyond War | Voice of America

While the conflict in Yemen continues to make headlines, a group of 16 Yemeni volunteers is seeking to put the war-torn country in a positive light by presenting its rich history and culture.

The activists started their initiative, Yemen Used to Be, in 2019 on social media platforms and recently launched a website to expand their outreach. With the motto “There’s no present without a past, and there’ll be no fruitful future if its seeds

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