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Rental Crisis Hits College Towns Thanks To COVID-19

In January, Rita Slavin’s daughter signed an ironclad lease on an apartment near the University of California, Davis, to secure housing for her senior year of college. There was no way Slavin could have known that just a few months later her daughter Nicole’s college classes would be held entirely online. She also had no…

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Put Kyle Lowry’s inbounds pass over 7’5 Tacko Fall in the Louvre

Both the Toronto Raptors and Boston Celtics had to feel like their second round playoff series was on the line in Game 3. Boston had surged out to a surprising 2-0 lead in the series, slicing up Toronto’s vaunted defense in the halfcourt while stifling the Raptors’ scorers in similar situations. The coronation of Jayson…

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10 Tiny Organization Tasks You Can Finish in 10 Minutes (or Less)

When was the last time you smiled with pride upon opening a cleaned-up junk drawer or closet? If you can’t recall ever having this feeling, it’s time to hit these hot spots.In fact, it’s smart to tackle organization projects now, since you’re likely to be spending tons of time at home anyway, because COVID-19 is…

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Chris Paul’s brilliance makes him the biggest trade chip for next season

Chris Paul’s reputation as one of the greatest point guards of all-time was already cemented before the shocking, blockbuster trade that sent him to the Oklahoma City Thunder for Russell Westbrook and an immense collection of draft picks and pick swaps last summer. Less certain was how much CP3 still had left in the tank…

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$10M Lakefront Escape Is New Hampshire’s Most Expensive Home

A lavish lakefront estate recently claimed the title of New Hampshire’s most expensive home. Listed last week for an even $10 million, the mansion on Wyman Drive near Wolfeboro sits on 6 acres, with 430 feet of frontage on Lake Winnipesaukee.“This is one of the premier spots on the lake with the biggest views, and…

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Staten Island Home From 1970 Is a Pink Explosion

A spacious Staten Island, NY, house is a pink time capsule ready for a new owner to crack open its blush-colored charms.”Everything is in very good condition,” says listing agent Richard Nichilo. “It may not be updated, but it’s in very good condition.”Built in 1970, the home on Fingerboard Road is on the market for…

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Bored at Home? Then You Really Need This Upgrade for Fall

With the coronavirus still going strong, this fall season is likely to unfold quite differently from the past. With many offices still closed—and schools open intermittently or not at all—you may be wondering: What will you and your family do with all your time stuck at home?The solution may be a simple and fun home upgrade…

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From ‘dark shadows’ to ‘thugs’ on a plane, Trump wades deeper into conspiracy theories as election nears

CLOSE U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday said QAnon conspiracy believers like him and “love our country,” seeming to back the conspiracy group. (Aug. 19) AP DomesticWASHINGTON – As the U.S. coronavirus death toll climbed to 185,000 this week, President Donald Trump commandeered multiple news cycles by spreading unfounded conspiracy theories and shooting down Internet gossip about his own health. Monday:…

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The Yankees and Rays need to drop their beef before someone gets hurt

There aren’t many scarier scenarios in professional sports than a 101 MPH fastball from Aroldis Chapman coming at your head. That’s the position Rays pinch hitter Mike Brosseau found himself in on Tuesday night as Tampa Bay trailed the New York Yankees by two runs with two outs in the ninth inning. Brosseau can count…

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Kirk Cousins is twisting himself into knots with his comments on masks during Covid

The coronavirus pandemic isn’t going away. Now nearly six months since Rudy Gobert’s positive test shut down the sports world and much of the real world, the virus continues to infect and kill people across the United States. We’ve seen cases spike as college students have returned to campuses across the country. We’ve seen cities…