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Are Budget Apps Safe? 06/20/2024 08:00pm • One of the most powerful things you can do with your money is establish a strategy to get ahead. Knowing where you have been spending your cash, making sure there is enough left over for saving, investing for wealth accumulation and organizing debt repayment can be a complicated process, however. To Graduation, lack of opportunity force most gymnasts to quit. A women's league is out to change that Graduation, lack of opportunity force most gymnasts to quit. A women's league is out to change that 06/20/2024 06:09pm • Luisa Blanco knows her gymnastics career has an expiration date. The funny thing is, the older the recent Alabama graduate gets, the more it seems to keep getting pushed back. For a long time, the 22-year-old Blanco figured her final season with the Crimson Tide this spring would be it. Then she qu The politics of memes: How Biden and Trump are fighting each other on the internet The politics of memes: How Biden and Trump are fighting each other on the internet 06/18/2024 12:08am • WASHINGTON (AP) — Whether it’s a grinning Joe Biden as “Dark Brandon” or Donald Trump’s face superimposed onto a scene from HBO’s “Game of Thrones,” both presidential campaigns this year have embraced digital memes, the lingua franca of social media. The campaigns of the Democratic p 10 Things to Do if Your Identity Is Stolen 06/17/2024 08:00pm • U.S. adults lost more than $23 billion to traditional identity fraud in 2023 and spent an average of 10 hours trying to resolve the problem, according to the 2024 Identity Fraud Study from Javelin Strategy & Research. Those losses represent a 13% increase from the previous year and don't include The war in Gaza is wiping out entire Palestinian families, one branch at a time. This is how 06/17/2024 01:19am • BEIRUT (AP) — Israel’s air and ground campaign in Gaza has killed hundreds of family members from the same bloodline, an unprecedented toll on the small community mostly made up of refugees and their descendants. An Associated Press investigation analyzed 10 strikes across the Gaza Strip between New York Gov. Kathy Hochul wrongly says Buffalo supermarket killer used a bump stock New York Gov. Kathy Hochul wrongly says Buffalo supermarket killer used a bump stock 06/14/2024 04:45pm • ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — Around an hour after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a ban on bump stocks, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul wrongly said a gunman who carried out a racist massacre in her hometown of Buffalo had used the gun accessory that can allow semiautomatic rifles to shoot as fast as a machin While youth hockey participation in Canada shrinks, the US is seeing steady growth While youth hockey participation in Canada shrinks, the US is seeing steady growth 06/12/2024 09:14am • Hockey was not in the cards for the Gershkovich family living in the Phoenix area until they were approached about a program that provided free gear and an eight-week program to try things out. “That’s kind of what roped us in,” said Phil Gershkovich, whose sons Eli and Josh each got into it a NASCAR returns to repaved Sonoma road course unsure what to expect from fast new asphalt NASCAR returns to repaved Sonoma road course unsure what to expect from fast new asphalt 06/07/2024 07:52pm • SONOMA, Calif. (AP) — Welcome back to fast and slick Sonoma Raceway, where the first repave in over two decades has created impressive speeds and concerns about the durability of the new asphalt. Ryan Blaney led Cup Series practice Friday with a lap that was 4.5 seconds faster than Denny Hamlin's Man takes murder plea deal in first Colorado case impacted by work of embattled DNA analyst 06/06/2024 08:42pm • BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — A Colorado man pleaded guilty on Thursday to lesser charges in the killings of three people in 2017, the first prosecution in the state believed to be impacted by the work of a state DNA analyst accused of tampering with test results. Garrett Coughlin, 31, pleaded guilty to Man charged in Gilgo Beach serial killings kept 'blueprint' of crimes on computer, prosecutors say Man charged in Gilgo Beach serial killings kept 'blueprint' of crimes on computer, prosecutors say 06/06/2024 04:48pm • RIVERHEAD, N.Y. (AP) — The New York architect accused of murdering multiple women and leaving their corpses scattered along the Long Island coast kept a “blueprint” of his crimes on his computer, prosecutors revealed Thursday as they brought charges against Rex Heuermann in two more killings. 2 more charged in betting scandal that spurred NBA to bar Raptors' Jontay Porter for life 2 more charged in betting scandal that spurred NBA to bar Raptors' Jontay Porter for life 06/06/2024 03:31pm • NEW YORK (AP) — Two more men were charged Thursday in the sports betting scandal that prompted the NBA to ban former Toronto Raptors player Jontay Porter for life. Timothy McCormack and Mahmud Mollah now join two other men — Long Phi Pham and a fourth whose name remains redacted in a court compl The NBA betting scandal that ended Jontay Porter's career yields a criminal case against an NYC man The NBA betting scandal that ended Jontay Porter's career yields a criminal case against an NYC man 06/04/2024 07:33pm • NEW YORK (AP) — A New York man was charged Tuesday in a sports betting scandal that spurred the NBA to ban Jontay Porter for life, with the charges marking the first known criminal fallout from the matter. Porter is not named in the court complaint, but its specifics about “Player 1” match th Interpol and FBI break up a cyber scheme in Moldova to get asylum for wanted criminals 06/04/2024 02:11pm • PARIS (AP) — A multinational operation by Interpol and the FBI cracked down on attempts in Moldova to sabotage one of the international police agency's key tools, the Red Notice system, officials said Tuesday. Four people were detained in the eastern European country. The joint sting, which also Hawaii's Kilauea erupts again in a remote area. It's one of the most active volcanoes in the world 06/03/2024 09:38pm • HONOLULU (AP) — Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, began erupting early Monday in a remote area and then paused about 12 hours later, the U.S. Geological Survey's Hawaiian Volcano Observatory said. The eruption was about 1 mile (1.6 kilometers) south of the Kilauea caldera, i How to Negotiate With Debt Collectors 05/30/2024 08:00pm • More than a quarter of Americans have a debt in collections, according to the Urban Institute. If you're one of them, you may experience an unpleasant barrage of letters and calls from a debt collector. While it can be tempting to decline the calls or toss the letters in the recycle bin, that can wo
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