How to Buy Sheets You’ll Love Sleeping on Every Night

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Photo credit: IronHeart – Getty Images

From House Beautiful

There are so many sheets on the market these days, but how do you know which ones you’ll actually love sleeping on? This easy guide can help you find well-made, high-quality sheets that’ll make you want to hit snooze every morning. Oh, and it’s not all about thread count—but more on that in a sec.

What Is Thread Count, and Does

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These 12 Countries are Welcoming American Travelers Now (or Will Be Soon)

Note: International travel restrictions and guidelines are changing regularly. The information below is accurate as of the time of publication (Friday, June 26). You should not travel if you are unwell.

After months of staying at home in order to help stop the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), some Americans are dreaming of a summer vacation.

Many countries are not currently welcoming international visitors in order to keep their citizens

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The best credit cards for college students

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College can be an exciting, confusing, and, well, costly time in your life. You’ll need to buy

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Dominicans Pitch Diverse Projects at Cannes Marche du Film

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Domestic violence, child trafficking, Caribbean myths, cyber terrorism and psychological thrillers were among the weighty subjects presented at the Dominican Republic’s June 25 online pitching sessions during Cannes’ virtual Marche du Film.

Some projects, however, were inspired by the millions of tourists that visit the country each year and one took on the COVID-19 lockdown that has forced families and friends to share

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Newark COVID Reopen Updates: Dining, Shopping And More

NEWARK, NJ — Recovering from the coronavirus shutdown has been a slow process, Newark. But there’s good news: the “new normal” is getting closer.

Newark’s restaurants, stores, businesses and other cultural institutions continue to reawaken from the COVID-19 shutdown that threw a devastating monkey wrench into New Jersey’s economy.

A new wave of adjustments will come when restaurants get the go-ahead to reopen for limited dining indoors on Thursday, July

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Google Is Providing Search Data to Air France, Lufthansa, Other Airlines Looking to Decide Which Routes to Restart

Google is rolling out a new tool that provides airline partners with search data that carriers are using to help decide which routes to restart and when.

Unlike existing data from Google for airlines about their own performance across Google products, the newly provided data provides a market-wide view of consumer intent based on flight searches regardless of airline.

Lufthansa and Air France were two partners willing to go on

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The best travel credit cards of 2020

Taking the family on trip? The right credit card can take the hassle out of your vacation.
Taking the family on trip? The right credit card can take the hassle out of your vacation.

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Here are all the big Pride events happening online this weekend

Welcome to TNW Pride 2020! All throughout June we’ll highlight articles that focus on representation for LGBTQPIA+ people in the STEM communities. Click here to check out all of our Pride 2020 coverage.

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Pride month isn’t over yet. Sunday, 28 June, will mark the reason for the season as we celebrate the 51st anniversary of the Stonewall Riots. And that means the biggest events are happening

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Rite Aid’s (RAD) Q1 Loss Narrower Than Expected, Sales Up Y/Y

Rite Aid Corporation RAD reported first-quarter fiscal 2021 results, wherein loss was narrower than expected, while sales beat the Zacks Consensus Estimate. Both metrics improved year over year. The company gained market share and grew double digits in front-end sales as it kept stores open amid the coronavirus outbreak and enhanced its digital capabilities to provide essential services to customers.

Solid growth in prescription deliveries to the tune of 86%,

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Thousands told European trips are cancelled despite air bridges deal

Holidaymakers hoping to make it to Greece this summer faced with wave of flight cancellations - Getty
Holidaymakers hoping to make it to Greece this summer faced with wave of flight cancellations – Getty

UK holidaymakers who have been keeping tabs on imminent air bridge announcements – and had hoped this meant their trips to European destinations including Spain, Italy and Greece would be able to go ahead this summer – could be in for disappointment.

Tui have cancelled 95 per cent of its holidays in July,

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India’s MakeMyTrip Pushes Out Expectations for Profits Even Further Because of Pandemic

MakeMyTrip Group warned Friday that it might not see profits for years. But the online travel reseller based in Gurugram, India, also argued that it’s the best-capitalized of the country’s homegrown travel companies to come out of the crisis stronger.

Executives predicted during a call with analysts that it will outperform smaller rivals, which will face a more intense struggle to cope with the pandemic and the related collapse in

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Tesco vows to ramp up price war against Aldi

Tesco store
Tesco store

Tesco is stepping up its price war against rival Aldi as it prepares for the coronavirus crisis to plunge the UK into deep recession.

Dave Lewis, chief executive of Tesco, said the grocer was extending its Aldi Price Match to almost 500 products and was seeking “further opportunities” in making its items more affordable.  

It came as the supermarket said it had seen net gains of customers switching

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Can Personalized Vitamins or Supplements Improve Health and Performance?

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Photo credit: FotografiaBasica – Getty Images

From Bicycling

As cyclists, we tend to be healthier than the average person, thanks to logging miles on the road, trainer sessions, and focusing on fueling workouts with smart nutrition choices. (That’s not to say we don’t indulge after a hard effort or once we cross the finish line of a goal race.) But because of this focus on nutrition, dietitians often tell cyclists

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Coronavirus positive: Good news round up

Undated handout photo issued by St Moritz Hotel & Spa of individual striped beach huts near Rock, Cornwall, where the hotel has been building a purpose-built socially distanced restaurant believed to be the first of its kind. - St Moritz Hotel & Spa
Undated handout photo issued by St Moritz Hotel & Spa of individual striped beach huts near Rock, Cornwall, where the hotel has been building a purpose-built socially distanced restaurant believed to be the first of its kind. – St Moritz Hotel & Spa

News of socially distanced dining to end the week, with what is thought to be the UK’s first purpose-built socially distant restaurant.

St Moritz Hotel & Spa,

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28 Genius Side Hustles You Never Knew Existed

If the lyrics to the Dolly Parton song “9 to 5” could be your autobiography, maybe it’s time to consider some unconventional ways to make money. After all, if you’re “barely gettin’ by,” you’re probably looking for creative ways to earn extra cash about now.

Whether you’re struggling to pay the bills or just looking to pad your savings account, check out some clever ways to earn a buck that

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Sales rise, online capacity doubled, and Tesco Bank facing loss

A Tesco delivery truck in north London. Photo: Dinendra Haria/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty
A Tesco delivery truck in north London. Photo: Dinendra Haria/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty

Tesco’s (TSCO.L) customers made fewer trips to the supermarket during lockdown but did bigger shops when they did visit.

Shopping frequency fell by 32% in the 13 weeks to 30 May, Tesco said on Friday, but basket size jumped by 64%.

The change coincided with lockdown being announced in the UK, which prompted the government to urge

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Justin Bieber Files $20 Million Defamation Lawsuit Against 2 Women Who Accused Him of Sexual Assault

Justin Bieber is seeking legal recourse against two anonymous women who previously accused him on social media of sexual assault.

In a filing of a defamation lawsuit against the two Jane Does (who remain anonymous save for their Twitter handles @danielleglvn and @ItsnotKadi and respective names they went by on social media: Danielle and Kadi, respectively), Bieber’s lawyers say the accusations against him are “factually impossible, and disproven both by

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Meeting the Ever-Changing Talent Needs of Retailers and Brands

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Poured, founded in 2016, is an app that connects retailers and brands in the beauty, fashion and, food and beverage industries with freelance professionals. The positions can be temporary or seasonal as well as permanent.

It’s also a matchmaking service that fosters the growth and professional ambitions of career specialists while offering retailers and brands dedicated employees. Clients include Theory, Gucci and Celine,

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Retailers Use Ingenuity to Welcome Back Consumers

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With stores across the country in varying stages of reopening, retailers and local organizations are getting creative about ways to welcome shoppers back to their neighborhoods.

In New York, Chicago, Indianapolis and other urban hubs, street art has been splashed on boarded-up storefronts and public spaces to give people a reason to take a wander.

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