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How to save for college

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IOC: Add eSports to the OL & # 39; Premature & # 39;

The Olympic Games regularly add new events, but officials are not quite ready to embrace eSports. This weekend, the International Olympic Committee met for the 7th Olympic Summit where competitive video games were among the topics for discussion. The verdict? It's still "too early" to discuss with them in the Olympic Games. It has to be disappointing for supporters who …

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Can your small business benefit from seasonal packaging?

By Katie Shabi It is that time of year. Since October, the shelves in the grocery store have been filled with food, beverages and household items that are covered in packaging with the year's colors and themes. Special seasonally-based packaging has become an important part of the holiday season for big brands over the last few years, but is designing …

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Theresa May aborts planned Brexit vote in humiliating setback

Theresa May announced that she has delayed a planned vote on her brexit deal after admitting it would be rejected by a significant margin. The UK Prime Minister confirmed her decision in a statement to the House of Commons, adding at hun havde lyttet til MPs' bekymringer om aftalen, og søgte "ekstra reassurances on the question of the backstop" to …

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The presidency can add years to your life

U.S. President-elect George H. W. Bush speaks in Washington, D.C., January 12, 1989. Photo: Arnie Sachs / CNP / Getty Images George Herbert Walker Bush-94 years, 171 days old lived longer than any American history president. Presidents live longer these days, and candidates are getting older. Average life for the first four presidents George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson and …

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Macron to address French nation as students block dozens of schools

On Monday morning, when Macron met trade unions and business leaders over the anticipated national address of the evening, French students took further action. There were disturbances in up to 120 schools across the country – including 40 schools completely blocked by students – a spokeswoman for the Department of Education said. The students demonstrated against the government's graduate reforms, …

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