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These celebs get paid millions for just one sponsored Instagram post

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When Cristiano Ronaldo moved two bottles of Coca Cola out of shot during a pre-game press conference last year, before encouraging people to rather drink water, $4 billion …

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This big company is giving away its profits to help end climate change

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  In an announcement made on Wednesday, the founder of the clothing company Patagonia, Inc., Yvon Chouinard, said that his company was being given away to help fight …

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Every generation’s favorite alcoholic drink

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  It’s a common misconception that our body completely replaces itself every seven years (the reality is far more complex), but most of us will have …

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Does Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act do enough for climate?

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  The Inflation Reduction Act, a $430 billion bill passed by the Senate on Sunday, designed to combat climate change, lower prescription drug costs and raise some corporate …

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Here’s how many people face charges for the Jan. 6 US Capitol breach

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  The first part of the January 6 Committee hearings is now finished (before continuing again in September), and has led to significant revelations regarding the build-up to …

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What issues are on voters’ minds for the US midterm elections?

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  Every month, Gallup asks U.S. adults what they think is the most important problem facing their country. In July, ‘inflation‘ was at the top of the list …

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How has an asteroid been valued at $26.99 quintillion?

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  In the asteroid belt that lies between Mars and Jupiter, there is an almost unfathomable number of resources waiting to be utilized.   According to Wired …

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Data: Who’s actually getting abortions in the US?

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  The Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade has thrust the topic of abortion even closer to the forefront of U.S. public discourse. The right to an …

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Data shows the US has the most shark attacks in the world

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  Looking back as far as 1580, the U.S. is the number one shark attack hotspot is the world, a long way ahead of second-placed Australia …

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This generation has the most LGBTQ+ members

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  Eight percent of online U.S. adults (18-64) identify as homosexual or bisexual, while another two percent prefer pansexual, asexual as their self-identification. This is according to data …

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Which of the world’s largest economies has the most firearm deaths?

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  In the wake of many recent mass shootings, U.S. President Joe Biden is calling for new gun safety restrictions, including the possibility of expanding background checks …

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Just how much does the Queen’s Jubilee &other Royal affairs cost UK taxpayers?

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  Queen Elizabeth ll recently celebrated her platinum jubilee, with street parties and other events all around the United Kingdom. The Queen has now represented the …

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Here’s how much real estate $1M will get you around the world

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So, you’ve got a million dollars burning a hole in your pocket and you’re looking to put a luxury roof over your head? Using data from Knight Frank, this …

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Watch one of these box-office record breakers this Memorial Day Weekend

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  The blue Na’vi from “Avatar” continue to top the list of the most successful films at the box office. The movie, which is now thirteen …

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Inflation is at a 4-decade high. Here’s what that means for you

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  Consumer prices in the United States continued to rise in February and March of 2022 after inflation had hit a 40-year high in January. The Consumer …

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Just how much home does $1,500 get you across the US?

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  A RentCafe analysis of Yardi Matrix data has revealed the U.S. city where renters get the most space on average for a monthly outlay of $1,500. You …

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And the oldest person in the world is…

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  With the passing of Japan’s Kane Tanaka at the age of 119 earlier this month, the title of ‘oldest living human’ has been bequeathed to …

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The country that hates the gym the most

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  Around one in ten of those surveyed in the United States as part of the Statista Global Consumer Survey said they had paid for a gym membership …

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These are Americans’ biggest financial fears

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  The Covid-19 pandemic was not kind on the bank balances of many Americans, especially those working in industries like travel and hospitality. On top of …

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The country most worried about future finances

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  With the cost of living rising dramatically around the world in 2022, many households are starting to look nervously at their bank balance. After two …

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America’s most diverse company may surprise you

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A multitude of studies have shown that diversity can be a tremendous asset to companies with more diverse teams resulting in better financial results. Considering its importance, Statista …

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Worried about your eco footprint? You may want to avoid these cars

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On average globally, a small car emits 2,040 kilograms less CO2 per year than a pickup truck. Large SUVs and sports cars also emit particularly high levels …

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Which generation approves of Biden the least?

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President Biden’s approval rating has been taking a bit of a battering of late, and as new analysis of survey data by Gallup reveals, it’s among the younger voters …

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Yes, you probably are eating, drinking & breathing in plastics

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  The average person eats, drinks and breathes between 74,000 and 121,000 microplastic particles every year – and that is considered an underestimate.  Human Consumption of Microplastics by Cox et …

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Here’s where people still think Covid is a myth

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If there’s one thing we’ve learned from the pandemic, it’s that everybody has a slightly different approach to how they deal with the challenges it has presented. Covid-19 …