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Simple Tips for Cutting Your Energy Bills This Winter

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3 mn read Homeowners are constantly adding new electronic devices to their homes, to the point where the average household has ten electronic appliances. This may include TVs, computers, phones, tablets, and more.  The culprit behind this rapid increase in energy consumption is not hard to spot: It’s our increasing reliance on computers and other digital equipment. These […]

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Delta To Snub Three More Cities as from January 9

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3 mn read After a year and a half of stagnation, the air travel industry is beginning to show signs of recovery. According to the Department of Transportation data (TSA), the number of passengers flying rose for the first time in 17+ months on December 12, where 2 million plus travelers passed through checkpoints; and some airlines are now reporting higher prices for tickets as more people fly.

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India-US relation moving forward with 2+2 meet scheduled for December 2021

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3 mn read India-US relationship is witnessing a development and is coming to a new point as annual 2 + 2 ministerial dialogue is going to take place between both the countries in December, that is supposed to revolve around bilateral ties in strategic, security domains and defense. According to the sources, India’s External Affairs Minister and Defense Minister are scheduled to visit Washington for the meeting. There have been number of rounds earlier in September 2018, December 2019 and October 2020. Although, date has not been finalized yet, but both the countries are looking forward to this 4th round of meeting in US.

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Hello Senator? The Duchess of Sussex on Republican Senators

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3 mn read Meghan didn’t just get her royalty from America but hasn’t stopped the Duchess of Sussex from wading in on the ongoing US politics. She has again intervened and advocated for paid family leave in the $1.75 (£1.1) spending bill, this time calling on Republican Senators to support the paid family leave bill in the US.; the Duchess has broken the common tradition.

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Research shows Twitter and Facebook algorithms both amplify right-leaning politicians

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4 mn read Twitter shared its own research this week about the platform’s algorithmic amplification of political and news content. A post on Twitter’s blog revealed that the social media platform promotes right-leaning content more often than left. As a result, conservative posts on Twitter successfully spark more outrage causing amplification, similarly to Facebook’s algorithm.

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How are the US and other countries providing aid to Afghanistan amidst the humanitarian crisis?

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3 mn read The Taliban’s return to power in Afghanistan in August has accelerated a humanitarian crisis and economic collapse in the country that is further pushing people into poverty and a surge in refugees. The US and other Western countries have been struggling with the difficult choice of how to provide humanitarian aid to the country — while trying to figure out how to deal with the Taliban without giving them the legitimacy they seek.

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Exclusive: Who was the foreigner who sneaked into Tiananmen Square to protest the 2008 Beijing Olympics?

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7 mn read During Beijing 2008, there was a small protest at a hotel in Beijing and in Tiananmen Square. Among the protester was a Westerner who eluded the Chinese People’s Liberation Army and police and brought the human rights situation in China to the attention of the Western media in Beijing. Who was he? Thirteen years later, Eat News found this man in Los Angeles.