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1966 death of Doris Duke employee an accident, review finds

1966 death of Doris Duke employee an accident, review finds

The city manager in Newport, Rhode Island, is standing by the city police department's review of the 1966 death of an employee of wealthy heiress Doris Duke that found that there is no new information that would change the result of the original inve
So you want a new job? Here’s how to retrain

So you want a new job? Here’s how to retrain

The tens of millions of workers who have left their jobs in the “Great Resignation” — 4.4 million in September alone, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics — won’t necessarily need to retrain before they land their next job.
Edmunds: Low inventory means high car prices on Black Friday

Edmunds: Low inventory means high car prices on Black Friday

This has been a tough year to buy a new or used car in America. With COVID-19 factory shutdowns, semiconductor chip shortages, rising prices and supply chain issues, it’s been nothing but bad news for car shoppers.
Europe is only region with more COVID, with 11% case rise

Europe is only region with more COVID, with 11% case rise

GENEVA (AP) — The World Health Organization said that coronavirus cases jumped by 11% in Europe in the last week, the only region in the world where COVID-19 has continued to increase since mid-October.
University of Toronto professor Dan Breznitz wins $60K policy book prize

University of Toronto professor Dan Breznitz wins $60K policy book prize

TORONTO — The Writers' Trust of Canada has named University of Toronto professor Dan Breznitz the inaugural winner of the $60,000 Balsillie Prize for Public Policy.
Joanne Shenandoah, celebrated Native American singer, dies

Joanne Shenandoah, celebrated Native American singer, dies

Joanne Shenandoah, the celebrated Native American singer-songwriter who performed before world leaders and on high-profile stages, has died. She was 63.
Five million viewers see Carlson's Rittenhouse chat

Five million viewers see Carlson's Rittenhouse chat

NEW YORK (AP) — Tucker Carlson reached 5.05 million viewers for his Kyle Rittenhouse interview on Monday , the Fox News Channel opinion host's largest audience since the night of the Jan. 6 riot at the U.S. Capitol.
'Queens' hopes to earn the TV respect meant for royalty

'Queens' hopes to earn the TV respect meant for royalty

NEW YORK (AP) — When Naturi Naughton read the script for ABC’s new music-inspired drama “Queens,” a feeling of déjà vu rushed through her. “It’s definitely a little eerie to me. When I read the script, I was like, ’Oh, this is what I lived though.
Justin Bieber's hit 'Peaches' helps pop star lead crop of Canadian Grammy nominees

Justin Bieber's hit 'Peaches' helps pop star lead crop of Canadian Grammy nominees

Fuelled by his megahit "Peaches," Justin Bieber leads an eclectic crop of Canadian Grammy contenders with eight nominations announced Tuesday, as the Weeknd nabbed an unexpected three nods less than a year after swearing off music's biggest night.
Half of Canadians with health needs faced hurdles to care, pandemic survey suggests

Half of Canadians with health needs faced hurdles to care, pandemic survey suggests

About half of Canadians in need of health care had difficulty accessing services during the first year of the COVID-19 crisis, a new report by Statistics Canada suggests, and one expert warns such disruptions could pose serious medical problems down
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