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New York becomes the first major city to require kids to show proof of vaccination for indoor activities
So far more than 125,000 kids ages 5 to 11 in New York City have received at least one dose of Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine. Read More
‘Sirens want to charm you with seductive and insistent messages’: Pope Francis warns against the ‘cult of physical wellness’ — and perils of consumerism
Take a lesson from Homer’s “Odyssey,” but instead of stuffing your ears with wax, turn off your notifications and delete shopping apps. Read More
The blood pressure of middle-aged Americans increased during COVID-19 pandemic — here’s why
Bad habits and stress can lead to heart problems. Read More
‘Should I visit family?’ 3 ways to protect against COVID-19 omicron variant during the holiday season
Whether you’re worried about the delta or omicron or both, COVID-19 does not rest because you deserve a night out. Read More
Why is this modest car such a magnet for thieves?
Theft claims of older models of this car have skyrocketed, according to new data. Read More
Three money situations you should never DIY
There are times to do things yourself, or use software, and there are times to get help from a real professional. These are those times. Read More
These are the cars that cost the most and least to insure
If you want to stand out from the crowd, your bills will be as exceptional as your car. The most expensive cars to insure are rarities and special editions. Read More
How to save on holiday flights and hotels
Holiday travel expenses can rack up quick and leave you with debt. Here are six ways you minimize the cost. Read More
‘I trust no one!’ My fiancé wants my share of our home if I die, but I have a disabled adult son. Is this the kind of man I should marry?
‘My fiancé is wealthy and doesn’t need to inherit a dime from me to live comfortably after my death. My son will be reliant on the trust.’ Read More
‘We are now conducting a thorough security review’: Hackers steal at least $150 million in assets from crypto platform BitMart
Crypto trading platform BitMart confirmed a “large-scale security breach” over the weekend, saying hackers stole about $150 million in assets. Read More