Kimberly Palmer: 5 ways to save this holiday shopping season

This holiday shopping season is shaping up to be longer, pricier and in some ways more chaotic than in previous years, which makes it easy to overspend. But there are also opportunities for significant savings if you know where and how to search for them. “There are supply chain issues, inflation, major retailers reducing inventory — when you put all […]

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South Korean stampede survivor describes horrific scenes

‘There were 40 bodies all around me’: South Korean stampede survivor describes horrific scenes as authorities are blamed for crush that killed 154 on first Covid-restriction-free Halloween Authorities have been blamed for poor crowd control after 154 were killed Up to 100,000 people partied without masks or group limits on Seoul streets Survivors have described the horror of seeing bodies […]

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Biden says of candidate Fetterman: 'John IS Pennsylvania'

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — If a president's most precious commodity is time, there is no place more valuable politically for the White House this midterm year than Pennsylvania. An energized President Joe Biden returned Friday to the Keystone State, his 15th visit since he took office, this time to attend a fundraiser with Vice President Kamala Harris and other leaders to […]

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This plane was damaged after flying through a thunderstorm

A LATAM Paraguay flight flew through an intense thunderstorm Wednesday night and sustained damage before making an emergency landing in Asunción, Paraguay. Flight 1325 was scheduled to travel from Santiago, Chile, to Asunción but had to divert to Foz do Iguaçu due to weather. According to the airline, the weather eventually cleared enough for the flight to resume, but conditions […]

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Andrews pledges $717 million for Catholic and independent schools in key election seats

Four new Catholic primary schools, a new school campus, and upgrades to 13 Catholic and low-fee independent schools have been promised by Premier Daniel Andrews in an election funding pledge valued at $717 million over four years. The announcement focuses on Victoria’s growth areas, particularly in the west and north-east of Melbourne, with two new schools and an upgrade promised […]

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