Old-School Money Advice You Shouldn’t Follow Anymore

If you don’t know much about money, you don’t have to look far for advice. You can always learn from personal finance articles, books and videos or from money-savvy friends and family.

Although there’s no short supply of guidance, money rules can shift over time. For that matter, some old-school advice should be taken with a grain of salt. Here’s what the experts said is some of the worst money … Read More

Run-DMC Legend Inspires NYC Teens On Virtual Field Trip For 1,000

NEW YORK CITY, NY — Young people from more than 150 schools who have been isolated during the coronavirus pandemic — forced to embrace distance learning and see dreams for proms, senior days and other long-time traditions derailed —were able to come together last week during a virtual field trip for more than 1,000 New York City students.

The presentation, “Let’s Talk About It,” was hosted by the United Federation

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Biden calls on Trump to ‘wake up’ to havoc caused by virus

DARBY, Pa. (AP) — Joe Biden unleashed a stinging critique Wednesday of President Donald Trump’s response to the coronavirus, calling on Trump to “wake up” to the havoc caused by the pandemic and do more to prevent further harm.

“Donald Trump wants to style himself as a wartime president,” the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee said at a recreation center in the Philadelphia suburbs. “Unlike any other wartime leader, he takes

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Yohan, K-Pop Singer and TST Member, Dead at 28

Yohan, member of the TST K-pop group, has died. He was 28. KJ Entertainment, the band’s record label, confirmed that the singer — whose real name was Kim Jeong-hwan — died on Monday, according to multiple reports. No cause of death was given at this time.

“We are sad to relay the most unfortunate, sorrowful news,” the label said in a statement given to The Guardian. “On June 16,

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Coronavirus’ return to Beijing disrupts life and rattles nerves

Beijing — The new outbreak of coronavirus in the Chinese capital prompted authorities to raise their official emergency response back to Level II on Tuesday night, as they race to stem what one called an “extremely severe” situation. The adjustment to Beijing’s response level came just 10 days after it was downgraded to Level III.

Beijing has bolstered measures to stop the virus spreading as the cluster of new infections,

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Opposition accuses Trudeau of leading like ‘rule of a king’, PM invests $500M in AI virus research

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As cases of COVID-19 continue to

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Father’s Day Offers Hopes to Beleaguered Retailers

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Fingers crossed: the coronavirus may actually provide a boost to Father’s Day sales this year — at least that’s the hope of some major men’s wear retailers.

With COVID-19 fatigue in full force and stores reopening nationwide, merchants are seeing some major upticks in their men’s wear sales — in person, curbside and online — as shoppers seek gifts for their dads. But

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Traveling this summer? These 12 things will keep you safe and comfortable

12 things you need for safe travel during the coronavirus pandemic
12 things you need for safe travel during the coronavirus pandemic

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As states lift their stay-at-home orders after months of quarantine, more and more people are beginning to venture out. But they aren’t just heading to the grocery store or the gym—some people are starting to travel again, as well.


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how Big Brother’s arch-villain poisoned reality TV

'Nasty' Nick Bateman in series one of Big Brother - E4
‘Nasty’ Nick Bateman in series one of Big Brother – E4

Last Sunday, E4 kicked off its 20th-anniversary celebrations for the reality series Big Brother with Big Brother: Best Shows Ever. It began with a classic from the inaugural run: the eventual winner, Craig Phillips, confronting the original BB villain, “Nasty” Nick Bateman. Twenty years later, the showdown has lost none of its skin-crawling, adrenaline-juicing power.

On day 35, the

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Discover the Outrageous Fake Adam Sandler Movie Taking the Internet by Storm

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The internet is often a hellscape, but every so often a gift comes along like “Jacked Up.” Reddit user LundgrensFrontKick is going viral this week on the popular news aggregation website after introducing the internet to a fake Adam Sandler movie that is as outrageously and shockingly stupid as many of the comedian’s Netflix originals (see “Murder Mystery” and “The Do Over”). The

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Job losses continue, suburbs appealing to homebuyers

The outbreak of the coronavirus has dealt a shock to the global economy with unprecedented speed. Following are developments Wednesday related to the national and global response, the work place and the spread of the virus.



— Target’s $15 per hour starting wage for its hourly workers kicks in July 5. That’s up from $13 set in June 2019. Target is also giving out one-time bonuses of $200

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Everything you need to know about visiting France this summer


As tentative signs start to emerge of a revival for the travel industry, our minds are turning to potential holiday destinations for this summer.

France, as our closest neighbour barring Ireland, makes sense for a first international sojourn.

But can British holidaymakers get there? And will we be welcome if we do?

Here’s everything you need to know.

Am I allowed to travel to France from the UK?


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A visit to an Egyptian orphanage marked the start of a life-changing journey

Egypt's Nile river is well and truly steeped in ancient history - istock
Egypt’s Nile river is well and truly steeped in ancient history – istock

Amid all Egypt’s great wonders, it was a visit to a backstreet orphanage in Luxor that marked the start of a life-changing journey

At the Saatchi Gallery I stand before a black Tutankhamun, his skin representing the fertile, life-giving silt of the Nile. My mind is cast back to a time years earlier when I stood with

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How Robert F. Smith, the Wealthiest Black American, Is Making Change

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Photo credit: The Washington Post – Getty Images

From Town & Country

The software titan Robert F. Smith and his wife Hope were supposed to be in Malibu in late March. They own two properties there, an $18 million beach house and a $19 million blufftop mansion, more than enough room for their family, which just expanded by two: Identical twin girls Zuri and Zya were born, by surrogate, in

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How To Make the Most of Your Free Time Right Now

We all know the drill by this point: The coronavirus has ground “normalcy” to somewhat of a halt worldwide. Though lots of states and businesses have started reopening, there’s still a lot of stress and uncertainty surrounding the virus, when a vaccine will be ready and publicly available, and whether there is credence to reports it could be going airborne. Needless to say, many of us are still working remotely

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Cedar Point Amusement Park Is Set To Reopen On July 9, But There Will Be New Policies In Place

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Photo credit: Natalia Fedosenko – Getty Images

From Delish

It goes without saying that summer 2020 looks different than the summers we’re used to. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, activities like eating out, going to the beach, and going to amusement parks have been put on hold for the safety of visitors and employees. As some states phase into their reopening of non-essential businesses, the latter are making plans to

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Can I travel in the U.S. right now? Yes, but be careful

Should you travel around the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic? The short answer: It’s up to you. Of course, the real answer is more complicated.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention usually doesn’t give travel advice and restrictions, but the agency’s website devotes an entire page of questions and factors to consider before you go anywhere. The California Department of Public Health follows those same guidelines.

First and foremost,

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Here’s What’s Opened, Closed Or Modified In Phase 2

CONNECTICUT — The state will enter its second reopening phase June 17 just in time for Father’s Day weekend. Things like indoor dining, gyms and movie theaters will make their return albeit under strict rules that will define our “new normal.”

Around 95 percent of Connecticut’s economy will be reopen in the second phase, Gov. Ned Lamont said. The third reopening phase will take place sometime in mid-July as long

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Can I go on holiday this summer and will I have to quarantine?

For many, it felt like summer was cancelled as soon as Matt Hancock said as much on ITV’s This Morning back in early May.

“I think that’s likely to be the case,” the health secretary answered when asked if summer would be effectively “cancelled” for the first time since the Second World War.

But there are now glimmers of hope that something could be salvaged as Britain’s lockdown restrictions continue

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Testing Options Expand in Austin-Travis County

AUSTIN, TX — Health officials have established a nursing hotline to help with testing enrollment for residents wanting to be screened for the coronavirus, it was announced Tuesday.

The hotline was established as an alternative to those without Internet service who are in need of testing enrollment, Austin Public Health officials explained. Moreover, health officials said they are making testing more accessible by rolling out mobile testing in neighborhoods where

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