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Myles Garrett reinstated by NFL

This week’s meeting must have been a good one. The Browns announced that defensive end Myles Garrett has been reinstated by the NFL. Garrett was given an indefinite suspension last

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Feeling chilly? Warm up with this creamy tomato soup recipe

Unless made with perfectly ripe tomatoes, tomato soup can often taste acidic. That’s why it’s often tamed with the addition of sugar. Here, the boost of sweetness comes from carrots

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Jump in coronavirus cases halts stock rally; dollar gains

The dollar rose and global equity markets slumped on Thursday after a new methodology that boosted the coronavirus death toll in China unnerved investors, curbing a rally that had lifted

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These engineers are trying to rescue a ‘Bookbot’ from the Google graveyard

The Bookbot wasn’t quite as flashy as other autonomous vehicles in the Google portfolio, but it was popular with patrons of Google’s neighborhood library, and its librarians. No one seems

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Barclays boss investigated over relationship with paedophile Jeffrey Epstein

The boss of Barclays is being probed by UK regulators over his description of a relationship with disgraced paedophile financier Jeffrey Epstein. Jes Staley, who joined Barclays in 2015, said

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Report: Patriots extend Nick Caserio’s contract

Nick Caserio will remain the Patriots’ director of player personnel. Caserio has agreed to a contract extension with the Patriots, Ben Volin of the Boston Globe reports. Last year, the

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People who nap are more productive, says study

Looking for a way to get more done with your day? It might sound counterintuitive, but try taking a nap. The key to being a productive person might be taking

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Despite $1 trillion deficits, Trump tax cuts will still ‘pay for themselves’ – Mnuchin

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin insisted on Wednesday that President Donald Trump’s tax cuts will still pay for themselves over 10 years, even as the administration forecasts near-term deficits close

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DoorDash drivers use their forced arbitration clause to force DoorDash into arbitration

DoorDash contractors have turned a forced arbitration clause in their contract against their employer, as a federal judge has ordered DoorDash to arbitrate 5,010 labor disputes, potentially costing the company

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What happened to winter? Jet stream science explains unseasonable warmth in U.S.

Around the world and particularly across much of the United States, a question has emerged: What happened to winter? In Japan, record low snowfall has forced ski resorts to close

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