MacBook Pro 14 and 16 (2022): The M2 Pro/Max on the horizon

Apple’s 14-inch and 16-inch MacBook Pros are its most powerful laptopsand they’ve won rave reviews since launching in October 2021, including our own five-star rating and Editors’ Choice award. But nothing good lasts forever, and talk has begun to turn to what’s coming next. So, what can we expect from the next generation of MacBook […]

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I’ve Reported on the Stock Market’s Moods Since 2006. Here Are 2 Secrets to Smart Investing

This story is part of Recession Help DeskCNET’s coverage of how to make smart money moves in an uncertain economy. I’ve been covering the stock market for 16 years, and let me tell you: It’s moody. In 2006, I began a new role as a financial correspondent reporting from the trading floor of the New […]

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Virat Kohli opens up about his struggles with mental health

Virat Kohli bared his feelings and opened up about his struggles with mental health and how he coped with it in a tell-all interview. Virat Kohli is all set to return to cricket when India take on Pakistan in the second game of the 2022 Asia Cup. The star Indian batter has endured a bit […]

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As Republicans stumble – could Democrats really hold on to the Senate?

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10 players to watch vs. Dolphins in preseason game No. 3

10 Eagles to watch vs. Dolphins in preseason game No. 3 originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — The Eagles wrapped up their training camp on Thursday with an intrasquad practice after finding out about a stomach bug ripping its way through the Dolphins’ locker room. We’ll see what kind of condition […]

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Nintendo Switch’s lowest resolution games tested – and how a next-gen successor could boost image quality

The Nintendo Switch wasn’t pushing the envelope in terms of performance when it launched with a modest Tegra X1 chip back in 2017, but its relatively modern graphics meant that the system could run recent titles without a massive development effort. On the flipside, its meager levels of compute performance – a necessary compromise for […]

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Some businesses in Twin Cities forced to shut early, concerned over rise in crime

Business owners in the Twin Cities are split on crime’s impact on business. Some say it’s “overblown,” while others say fewer people want to go out to eat over fears of crime. Either way, the restaurant scene isn’t what it used to be pre-pandemic. As if business owners didn’t have enough to worry about with […]

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I’m a doctor – here’s the 12 food myths that could be harming your health and why you should NEVER buy fat-free foods

CARROTS will help you see in the dark. Don’t leave any food on your plate. Use margarine instead of butter. Most of us grew up with food myths and old wives’ tales like these, usually told to us by loving parents who wanted to make sure we were well fed. 2 Dr. Richard Allison debunks […]

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Marion County Prosecutor requests special prosecutor to assist in capital murder case

Marion County Prosecutor Ray Grogan has requested that the Marion County Common Pleas Court assign a special prosecutor to assist him with a capital murder trial. Christian Gutierrez, age 19, Marion, is accused of shooting and killing Charles A. Feliciano, age 27, Marion, during an incident that occurred on the afternoon of Wednesday, March 9 […]

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Buffalo Bills punter Matt Araiza sits out preseason finale; wants to ‘set the record straight’ about the gang rape lawsuit

5:38 PM ET Alaina GetzenbergESPN Buffalo Bills rookie punter Matt Araizawho was accused in a lawsuit Thursday of gang raping a 17-year-old girl when he was at San Diego State last year, did not dress for Friday night’s 21-0 preseason loss to the Carolina Panthers. Coach Sean McDermott said after the game that it was […]

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