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How Women Used Their Domestic Power to Influence the American Revolution

How Women Used Their Domestic Power to Influence the American Revolution

19 minutes ago   |   Time

This post is in partnership with History Today. The article below was originally published at History Today. Spinning yarn from cotton or flax is careful, necessary work that...
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Amazon store coming to Crossgates

3 hours ago   |   Times Union

GUILDERLAND - An Amazon 4 Star store will open "soon" at Crossgates Mall. The store, one of 31 either open or planned by the behemoth online retailer nationwide, would be only...
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Los Angeles Lakers: Five Troubling Trends Since NBA Restart

7 hours ago   |   Forbes

But while the Lakers have locked up the top seed in a stacked conference - an accomplishment now moot with no home-court advantage - their flaws have become magnified in the...
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New York Times: White House reached out to South Dakota governor about adding Trump to Mount Rushmore

New York Times: White House reached out to South Dakota governor about adding Trump to Mount Rushmore

15 hours ago   |   WGN TV   |   2 articles

White House aides reached out to South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem last year about the process of adding additional presidents to Mount Rushmore, the New York Times...
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Here are five charts illustrating U.S. economic trends amid the coronavirus pandemic

1 day ago   |   CNBC

These five charts illustrate trends in important industries that help track reopening progress in the U.S. amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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How can bricks and mortar reinvent itself for an unknown future?

1 day ago   |   Fortune

As restaurants, retail, offices, and other public spaces reopen their doors after an entire season of shutdowns, guests can expect to enter a new reality of sneeze guards...
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Massport slashing spending as it looks to make up $300M revenue loss under coronavirus

1 day ago   |   Boston Herald

Three hundred million dollars short. That's how far the Massachusetts Port Authority says it would be in the red in this new fiscal year if it didn't take drastic measures...
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Victory dance: Bellator bombshell Valerie Loureda celebrates TKO win with raunchy dance at Bellator 243

Victory dance: Bellator bombshell Valerie Loureda celebrates TKO win with raunchy dance at Bellator 243

2 days ago   |   RT

Valerie Loureda certainly knows how to keep her name trending on social media. After keeping her fans engaged with pre-fight pics on Instagram, she produced a buzzer-beating...
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Celtics roll over Toronto, the hottest team in the Orlando bubble

2 days ago   |   Boston Herald

After hearing about how poorly the Celtics were guarding people, Jayson Tatum saw the statistical evidence yesterday. “I saw something - we were like the last team or one of...
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Los Angeles COVID-19 update: County confirms 53 additional deaths amid downward trend in hospitalizations

2 days ago   |   ABC

There are currently 1,680 individuals hospitalized with the virus in L.A. County, which officials say shows a downward trend in the number of daily hospitalizations.
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Disney World to reduce theme park hours in September

Disney World to reduce theme park hours in September

Operating hours at all Central Florida parks are changing. Read more ...

Houses explode in Baltimore, killing 1 and trapping others, fire union says

Houses explode in Baltimore, killing 1 and trapping others, fire union says

BALTIMORE - One person has died and others were reportedly trapped after an explosion Monday morning in Maryland, according to the Baltimore Firefighters Union IAFF Local... Read more ...

What you need to know about COVID-19: More than 97,000 kids tested positive...

What you need to know about COVID-19: More than 97,000 kids tested positive for virus in last 2 weeks of July

A report, published by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Children's Hospital Association, said in the last two weeks of July, there was a 40% increase in child cases... Read more ...

McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging he destroyed evidence of employee...

McDonald's sues ousted CEO, alleging he destroyed evidence of employee relationships

McDonald's says it's suing Stephen Easterbrook, the CEO it ousted last year over an inappropriate relationship with an employee, alleging Monday that he covered up... Read more ...

Nearly 100,000 children in the U.S. tested positive for COVID-19 last 2...

Nearly 100,000 children in the U.S. tested positive for COVID-19 last 2 weeks of July

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Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai predicted that he would be arrested under...

Hong Kong media tycoon Jimmy Lai predicted that he would be arrested under China's new national security law, but said he would still stay and fight

Jimmy Lai, one of Hong Kong's most prominent pro-democracy voices, arrested under China's new national security law on Monday. Lai, who partly owns the publisher of the... Read more ...

Israeli jeweler makes $1.5m gold coronavirus mask

Israeli jeweler makes $1.5m gold coronavirus mask

An Israeli jewelry company is working on what it says will be the world's most expensive coronavirus mask, a gold, diamond-encrusted face covering with a price tag of $1.5 million. Read more ...

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine entered a pact to buy thousands of COVID-19 antigen...

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine entered a pact to buy thousands of COVID-19 antigen tests. After a false positive, he's more skeptical

Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for COVID-19 on August 6, but subsequent tests came back negative. Speaking to CNN, the Republican governor said the experience points to... Read more ...

Coronavirus in Kansas City: Tracking COVID-19 curve of cases, deaths

Coronavirus in Kansas City: Tracking COVID-19 curve of cases, deaths

We're tracking the curve of coronavirus cases and coronavirus-related deaths that have occurred in Missouri and Kansas. Read more ...

Lebanon's entire government resigns over Beirut blast, minister says

Lebanon's entire government resigns over Beirut blast, minister says

Lebanon health minister on Monday said “the whole government resigned” in the wake of last week's massive explosion, which claimed at least 220 lives and injured about 6,000... Read more ...