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Want to read more in 2019?

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Thousands march in Hong Kong against China ‘repression’

Thousands of demonstrators marched in Hong Kong on Tuesday to demand full democracy, fundamental rights, and even independence from China in the face of what many see as a marked clampdown by the Communist Party on local freedoms. Over the past year, countries such as the United States and Britain …

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League under scrutiny for lack of minority coaches By Reuters

© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: NFL: Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers (Reuters) – The National Football League is under the microscope for lack of minority head coaches after a recent slew of firings in the league. Only two African American head coaches and one general manager remain after multiple coaches were …

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How to Sell Your Home When You’re Underwater on Your Mortgage

Wise Bread Picks It’s no fun selling a home when you’re underwater on your mortgage. Being “underwater” is when you owe more on your mortgage loan than your home is worth. Unfortunately, there are times when homeowners have no choice. Your employer might transfer you to a new job across …

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My Goals for 2019 – Money Saving Mom® : Money Saving Mom®

One of my favorite things of the beginning of the year is to reflect on the past year and set goals for the upcoming year. (Did you read my post on how I did on my 2018 goals yet? If not, read it here.) I actually start contemplating goals for …

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Throngs to pack New York’s Times Square for a mild, rainy New Year’s Eve

Rain or shine, performers will try to light up the crowd. Bastille and New Kids On The Block will perform medleys of their hit songs on “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve,” and singer songwriter Bebe Rexha will perform John Lennon’s “Imagine” before the 60-second countdown to the midnight ball …

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Oil Prices Bounce Back From 18-Month Low By Investing.com

© Reuters. Oil prices rose on Monday morning in Asia Investing.com – Oil prices rose on Monday morning in Asia, after hitting the lowest level in 18 months last week. A drop in oil rigs in North America may have pushed up prices. Despite the slight climb, oil is about …

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What I Learned From a Year of Taking Wednesdays Off

As you might remember, in 2018, my word for the year was SLOW and one way I committed to walk this word out was by taking Wednesdays off and declaring them a Slow Day. (You can see a peek into some of my Slow Days from 2018 here.) By the …

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Gas prices drop, but here’s why drivers shouldn’t get too used to them

Crude oil’s sharp fall in 2018 has helped put some extra money in consumers’ pockets, in the form of falling gas prices. According to AAA, nine states saw prices at the pump drop below $2 a gallon late this week, a gift for drivers this holiday season. Over the last …

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Taliban dismiss Afghanistan’s peace talks offer By Reuters

© Reuters. Taliban walk as they celebrate ceasefire in Ghanikhel district of Nangarhar province, Afghanistan By Jibran Ahmad KABUL/PESHAWAR, Pakistan (Reuters) – The Taliban have rejected Kabul’s offer of talks next month in Saudi Arabia where the militants, fighting to restore strict Islamic law in Afghanistan, will meet U.S. officials …

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