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Boosting financial literacy among high schoolers

OHIO — Making sound financial decisions can help Americans avoid high debt, but for many, having the knowledge surrounding financial literacy to make those sound decisions often comes later in life. What You Need To Know Only 25% of students across the country are actually required to take a personal finance course before they graduate, …

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Queen feared Prince Harry was ‘perhaps a little over-in-love’ with Meghan Markle

MAIL ON SUNDAY EXCLUSIVE: Queen feared Prince Harry was ‘perhaps a little over-in-love’ with Meghan Markle and was worried for him after Oprah Winfrey’s interview that she dismissed as ‘this television nonsense’ Gyles Brandreth has revealed the Queen’s delight with Harry’s choice of wife But she also feared that her grandson was ‘perhaps a little …

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New exhibit to feature art by incarcerated teens, underrepresented communities

“The Universal Human” is one of the pieces of art created by incarcerated youth throughout Utah that will be on display starting Dec. 6 as part of the “Dissolving Contradictions” exhibit at the downtown Salt Lake City Main Library. (Mollie Hosmer-Dillard) Estimated reading time: 4-5 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — One painting depicts a sunflower …

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Twitter liberals nervous about Musk in direct messages

Twitter’s blue-check lefties are sweating about their direct messages — now firmly in the possession of the company’s billionaire owner Elon Musk. Twitter DMs are the private communications users have with one another — and the repository of potentially sensitive correspondence for millions of users. It’s “no different than trusting Alex Jones with our DMs,” …

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Irene Cara, Grammy-winning ‘Fame’ and ‘Flashdance’ singer, dead at 63

Irene Cara, the iconic ’80s singer and actress best known for the soundtrack hits to the films “Flashdance” and “Fame” has died. She was 63. Her publicist announced Cara’s death Saturday morning, saying in a statement Cara died in her Florida home. The cause of death is unknown and will be released when more information …

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Giants-Cowboys sets NFL regular-season record for viewers

The Thanksgiving afternoon game between the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys set the mark for the most-watched NFL regular-season game on record. The Cowboys 28-20 victory on Fox averaged 42 million viewers, according to Nielsen, surpassing the 41.55 million average for the Dec. 3, 1990, Monday night game between the Giants and San Francisco …

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Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg Dance While Cooking Turkey

Jenny McCarthy and Donnie Wahlberg can make anything look fun, even while cooking Thanksgiving dinner. McCarthy, 50, took to social media on Thursday to show what Thanksgiving preparations look like in her household, and let’s just say it’s anything but dull. The longtime couple couldn’t help but bust a move while preparing their turkey in …

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Food aid into Ethiopia’s Tigray ‘not matching needs’: UN | Food News

Access to some parts of Tigray remains constrained even as all four road corridors are now open, the World Food Program says. Aid deliveries into Tigray are “not matching the needs” of the stricken region, the United Nations food agency has said, even as a ceasefire takes hold in war-torn northern Ethiopia. The World Food …

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Poehling scores twice, Penguins defeat Flyers for fifth straight win

PHILADELPHIA — Ryan Poehling scored two goals for the Pittsburgh Penguins in a 4-1 win against the Philadelphia Flyers in the 2022 NHL Thanksgiving Showdown at Wells Fargo Center on Friday. Teddy Blueger had three assists, and Josh Archibald had a goal and an assist for Pittsburgh (11-7-3), which won its fifth straight game. Tristan …

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