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Holiday gift giving is rife with waste: Here's how to give greener, according to experts Holiday gift giving is rife with waste: Here's how to give greener, according to experts 12/03/2022 04:04am • 'Tis the season for gift giving -- hunting down the perfect presents for family and friends, and tracking the best deals so all the holiday cheer still fits into our snug budgets. But many of us overlook the true cost of our gift giving traditions: Producing these goods and delivering them around Thousands protest in South Korea in support of truckers Thousands protest in South Korea in support of truckers 12/03/2022 03:06am • SEOUL, South Korea (AP) Thousands of demonstrators representing organized labor marched in South Koreas capital on Saturday denouncing government attempts to force thousands of striking truckers back to work after they walked out in a dispute over the price of freight. There were no immediat Friday's Sports In Brief 12/03/2022 01:45am • SOCCER DOHA, Qatar (AP) Christian Pulisic was cleared to play for the United States in its round of 16 match at the World Cup against the Netherlands on Saturday. The U.S. Soccer Federation said after a training session he had been given the go-ahead. Pulisic left the final group match against I LA Galaxy president suspended, team fined for hidden pay 12/02/2022 05:19pm • NEW YORK (AP) LA Galaxy President Chris Klein was suspended and the team fined $1 million by Major League Soccer on Friday for undisclosed payments involving Argentine winger Cristian Pavn in 2019. MLS stripped the team of $1 million in future general allocation money and said the Galaxy will Oklahoma pot farm illegally obtained permit before 4 slain 12/02/2022 02:45pm • OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) The Oklahoma marijuana farm where four people were killed and one was wounded was operating under an illegally obtained license to grow marijuana for medical purposes, an Oklahoma State Bureau of Narcotics spokesman said Friday. The application for the license by Kevin Pham fr UN: Iraq Christians were victims of Islamic State war crimes 12/01/2022 11:35pm • UNITED NATIONS (AP) Evidence collected in Iraq strengthens preliminary findings that Islamic State extremists committed crimes against humanity and war crimes against the Christian community after it seized about a third of the country in 2014, a U.N. investigative team said in a report circulat State and Local Taxes: What Is the SALT Deduction? 12/01/2022 07:00pm • State and local taxes you pay are deductible if you itemize on your federal income tax return. But the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 capped the state and local tax (SALT) deduction at $10,000 for tax years 2018 through 2025. Because state and local taxes vary widely throughout the country, this cap 7 of the Best High-Dividend ETFs 12/01/2022 07:00pm • Reinvesting dividends is key to higher returns.Investors love dividend payments, and there's a good mathematical reason for favoring them. Over long periods of time, reinvesting dividends plays a strong role in compounding total returns. Case in point, from 1985 through Nov. 30, 2022 the Vanguard S& Federal Student Loan Forgiveness: Your Questions Answered 12/01/2022 07:00pm • The Biden Administration announced Aug. 24 a plan to cancel up to $20,000 in federal student loan debt, which would affect many of the nearly 43 million Americans who borrowed to attend college. The plan has since come under several legal challenges, causing the U.S. Department of Education to stop Legal push to cut Puerto Rico power company debt delayed 12/01/2022 06:25pm • SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) Efforts to restructure some $9 billion in debt held by Puerto Ricos power company hit a new snag Thursday following multiple failed attempts to end its bankruptcy. Officials had until Thursday to submit a new proposal on how to cut the Electric Power Authoritys d Vermont settles religious schools tuition lawsuits 12/01/2022 05:04pm • The Vermont Agency of Education and several school districts will pay tuition costs and legal fees to five families to settle lawsuits challenging the states practice of not paying for students to attend religious schools if their towns do not have a public school. In court filings late Wednesda UEFA opens investigation into Juventus as club's woes grow 12/01/2022 02:37pm • MILAN (AP) Juventus off-the-field problems keep on worsening in a scandal reverberating through Italian soccer. UEFA opened an investigation into Juventus on Thursday, hours after it was revealed that the Turin prosecutors office had requested indictments for former president Andrea Agnell GivingTuesday raises $3.1B for charities in tough economy GivingTuesday raises $3.1B for charities in tough economy 12/01/2022 02:23pm • NEW YORK (AP) GivingTuesday raised a record $3.1 billion in 24 hours for charitable causes in the U.S. earlier this week, as the event that started as a hashtag in 2012 celebrated its 10th anniversary and its status as a staple of fundraising for nonprofits, the group's leader said Wednesday. De Average long-term US mortgage rates dip third week in a row Average long-term US mortgage rates dip third week in a row 12/01/2022 12:02pm • WASHINGTON (AP) The average long-term U.S. mortgage rate ticked down for the third week in a row and have fallen more than a half-point since hitting a 20-year high less than a month ago. Mortgage buyer Freddie Mac reported Thursday that the average on the benchmark 30-year rate fell to 6.49% fr House panel says lax screening helped facilitate PPP fraud House panel says lax screening helped facilitate PPP fraud 12/01/2022 11:46am • WASHINGTON (AP) Financial technology firms abdicated their responsibility to screen out fraud in applications for a federal program designed to help small businesses stay open and keep workers employed during the pandemic, a report by a House investigations panel said Thursday. The House Sele
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