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Joke of the Day: What do you call an elf wearing ear muffs?
Anything you like. He can’t hear you!
Keeping up with America
Electric heat costs way less than reports say, new data suggests: Electrification nonprofit says annual federal report on winter-fuels costs is misleading and leaves out critical nuance
American Avigail Edan, 4, among hostages freed Sunday; Hamas seeks truce extension: Seventeen more captives including an American child were freed by militants Sunday in a third round of hostage releases amid a truce President Joe Biden, Hamas leaders and the Israeli government say they want to extend.
Flight recorder recovered from Navy spy plane that overshot runway in Hawaii: The flight data recorder of a large U.S. Navy plane that overshot a runway and ended up in the water near Honolulu this week has been recovered as the military continues to plan for the aircraft’s removal.
Formula 1 broke new ground in America this year, despite Dutch driver Max Verstappen’s dominance: Three American races, a successful bet on Las Vegas and a growing nationwide fan base have prompted a U.S. racing dynasty and automakers to make plans to compete in the sport.
Buyers worldwide go for bigger cars, erasing gains from cleaner tech. EVs would help: The negative impact on the climate from passenger vehicles, which is considerable, could have dropped by more than 30% over the past decade if not for the world’s appetite for large cars, a new report from the Global Fuel Economy Initiative suggests.
Around the World
Uttarakhand tunnel collapse: Families face agonising wait after rescue delay.
Jordan’s top diplomat wants to align Europeans behind a call for a permanent cease-fire in Gaza: Jordan’s Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi said Sunday he hopes a meeting of Mediterranean officials will help bridge a gap between Arab and European countries in calling for a humanitarian pause in Gaza to become a permanent cease-fire.
Five dumb tech security mistakes you’re making: Despite what you may think about your own cybersecurity measures, it may not be enough to shield against cybercriminals.
Stock Market Crash: Expert Warns of 63% Decline Amid High Valuations.
Workers are seeing how AI could change our jobs: Every day in the workplace, people are discovering that artificial intelligence has the potential to change our jobs and our lives — for better or worse.
Richer, Wiser, Happier
Saving up for emergencies can be tough – Here’s how employers can help.
3 Simple Tips For Newer Investors To Set Aside More Money And Save On Fees | Bernadette Joy, Forbes. Investing in the stock market has become more popular in recent years. A personal finance survey by Gallup revealing that 61% of adults in the United States own stock, the highest level since 2008.
I Want to See the World With My Spouse: How Do We Do That on a Budget?
Life Hacks to Hack Your Life
The best children’s books to give as gifts for the holidays
How to EAT your way to an ageless face: Experts reveal the foods that will completely transform your skin
Best gifts for music lovers: Here’s a list of 10 ideas
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