Russians Line Up for McDonald’s as It Leaves

Long lines are forming outside of McDonald’s restaurants in Russia ahead of the company’s nationwide exit, mirroring a time when eager consumers first gathered for the fast-food chain’s arrival in Moscow over 30 years ago. McDonald’s announced this week that it will sell its 850 restaurants in Russia due to […]

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The Fed’s First Interest Rate Hike of the Pandemic

The Fed’s first interest rate hike of the pandemic means car loans, mortgages, and credit card payments are getting pricier The Federal Reserve raised interest rates on Wednesday, ending the near-zero rates of the pandemic. The move comes as the Fed looks to tame inflation, which is holding strong at […]

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COVID-Hit Warship Delivers Disaster Aid

A coronavirus-hit Australian warship docked in Tonga on Wednesday, delivering desperately needed aid to the volcano-and-tsunami-struck nation under strict “no-contact” protocols. Tongan Health Minister Saia Piukala said the crew of the HMAS Adelaide would follow drastic health protocols to ensure the remote Pacific kingdom remains one of the few places […]

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How to Get Your Free At-home COVID Test

How to Get Your Free At-home COVID Test Covered by Insurance Most Americans with health insurance will be able to access free COVID-19 tests starting Saturday, but insurers are not required to reimburse those who bought the kits before then. Last month, President Joe Biden announced the measure as part […]

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Winter Hacks To Help Anyone Stay Cozy

It is the most beautiful time of the year for some people, but for others, it is the most uncomfortable time. Winter can be lovely because of how scenic it gets when snow sticks to the ground. You can sip on some hot chocolate with a warm blanket on you […]

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