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5 New York Fashion Week Street Style Looks to Shop Now

5 New York Fashion Week Street Style Looks to Shop Now

Although it didn’t snow during New York Fashion Week this season (lucky us!), the week brought plenty of gray, cloudy skies, and lots of rain. But you’d never expect the New York street style bunch to let a little bit of dreary weather keep them from donning their best looks. ...

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Coronavirus Hits Thailand Hard

Coronavirus Hits Thailand Hard

Thailand faces no shortage of challenges. Thai generals continue to grapple with an insurgency that has gripped the country’s south since 2004, and thousands of protesters rallied against Thai strongman Prayut Chan-o-cha just this January. On February 8, meanwhile, a Thai soldier killed 29 and injured dozens in a mass ...

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Valley shopping centers offer Spring Training trolleys

Valley shopping centers offer Spring Training trolleys

Start your Spring Training party early! Two Valley shopping centers will offer Spring Training trolleys to give you a lift to your favorite team’s Spring Training stadium. Park and ride for free to your Spring Training destination. Tempe Marketplace Tempe Marketplace is the ultimate one-stop pregame spot for Chicago Cubs ...

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What’s open, what’s closed Presidents Day 2020

What’s open, what’s closed Presidents Day 2020

It’s Presidents Day, the time of year when we celebrate George Washington’s birthday — as well as other presidencies past and present. For a lot of people, that also means it’s a three-day weekend (yay!). But then there’s the lingering question for would-be celebrations: What’s open, what’s closed and what ...

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Puerto Rico Government Loses Millions To Hackers

Puerto Rico Government Loses Millions To Hackers

The Capitol of Puerto Rico. (Photo via Pixabay user MariamS) PUERTO RICO: An online phishing scam attempted to snatch at least $4 million in funds from several government agencies in Puerto Rico. The Associated Press reported that officials froze $2.9 million, but have not confirmed how much the hacker managed to steal. José Ayala, head of ...

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