More than 24K people have reported COVID test results to new NIH website

Tens of thousands of Americans have reported a COVID-19 test result to the National Institutes of Health’s website that launched in November. The site, MakeMyTestCount.org, allows people to anonymously report…

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Edmunds highlights top car-tech trends from CES 2023

CES (formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas tends to showcase vehicles and technology that are further out than one might find at a traditional auto show….

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CES 2023: 10 tech innovations that caught our eye

LAS VEGAS — From electric cars and boats to wireless TVs to the latest phones and tablets, there was a wide range of innovations on display at the CES tech…

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Review: The good, the bad and the Tuesday of the 2023 Globes

Tuesday night doesn’t really scream “glamorous awards show.” We’ve been trained to expect those on Sundays, when you can spend a lazy evening half-watching E! reporters vamp in formal wear…

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Golden Globes fashion: Stars return for soggy carpet

NEW YORK — The stars were back Tuesday for the Golden Globes’ return to television, walking a soggy grayish carpet in relatively predictable looks — with a few notable exceptions….

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Millennial Money: 5 tactics to pay buy now, pay later debt

Chances are that your “buy now, pay later” bill from the holiday season will arrive soon or has already made its debut. If you’re not financially prepared to pay up,…

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German ministers urge leniency for taking thrown-out food

BERLIN — Two German government ministers are calling for authorities to relax the application of rules enabling the prosecution of people who take food that is still fit for consumption…

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Europe has avoided energy collapse. But is the crisis over?

FRANKFURT, Germany — Europe has dodged an energy apocalypse this winter, economists and officials say, thanks to unusually warm weather and efforts to find other sources of natural gas after…

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Designers look to nature, landfills for new decor materials

At first glance, Nina Edwards Anker’s sconces and chandeliers look like ancient scrolls of parchment, or sheets of buttery toffee, wrapped around LED bulbs. Come closer — or just ask…

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