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Olympic Gold Medalists to Receive $50,000 Prize Money for the First Time

For the first time ever, track and field gold medalists in the Paris Olympics will receive $50,000 prize money despite resistance from critics who claimed that it would undermine the spirit of the games.


US Online Spending Surge to $7.2 Billion, Thanks to Amazon Prime Day Frenzy

The first day of Amazon's Prime Day event in the U.S. saw $7.2 billion in online sales, surpassing expectations and marking an 11.3% increase from the previous year...

NBA Star LeBron James Partners With Canyon to Inspire New Generation of Cyclists

Canyon Bicycles announced its collaboration with NBA star LeBron James and several other riders to promote its line of bicycles and inspire the next generation of cyclists regardless of terrain and pr..

Amazon’s Prime Day Is Coming up — Here’s How to Redeem a Gift Card

With Prime Day imminent, people could be able to pay for purchases using Amazon gift cards, which can be redeemed using the Amazon website or app...


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Californians Have Until June 30 to Qualify for Faster Student Loan Forgiveness, Lower Payments
Up to 300,000 Californians must apply by June 30 to benefit from a special federal student loan forgiveness program offering faster forgiveness, lower payments.
Texas Man Dead After Being Electrocuted in Mexican Resort Jacuzzi, Wife in Critical Condition
A Texas man died from electrocution and his wife was critically injured while in a jacuzzi at a private resort in Puerto Peñasco, Mexico.
Brazen Thieves Strike Electric Vehicle Charging Station in Seattle
Thieves in Seattle swiftly target an electric vehicle charging station, snatching copper charging cables as part of a nationwide trend of cable thefts, prompting concerns over security.
2 Russian-Born American Citizens Arrested for Conspiring to Illegally Smuggle Snowmachines From US to Russia
Two Russian-born American citizens were arrested for attempting to illegally export $500,000 worth of snowmachines from the US to Russia via China.
US Business Owners Ramp up Their Insurance Coverage as AI, Election Emerged as Significant Risks to Businesses
A new survey shows that many US business owners are ramping up their insurance coverage as AI and election risks loom.
Kansas City Homeowners Shocked as Million-Dollar House Listed for $10,000 on Zillow
Kansas City homeowners Jamey and Lauren Bertram found their $1.6 million house mistakenly listed on Zillow for $10,200, sparking chaos and a week-long battle to rectify the brazen scam.
[STUDY] Over 20% of Gen Zers Bring Their Parents on Job Interviews; 70% Ask Help in Finding Work
A new study revealed that over 20% of Gen Zers bring their parents to job interviews. Why are they doing this?
Murder-Suicide in South Korea: 2 Men With Huge Debts Kill 2 Women Before Jumping to Their Deaths From Hotel Window
Authorities in South Korea are closing a murder-suicide case in Gyeonggi province after the two suspects died from jumping out of a hotel room window to evade capture.
Billionaire LinkedIn Co-Founder Blasts Business Leaders Backing Donald Trump, Whom He Says Would Be Bad for US Economy
Billionaire LinkedIn co-founder Reid Hoffman has openly criticized business leaders backing former President Donald Trump.
Mystery Surrounds OpenAI's San Francisco Office as Undercover Guards Raise Concerns
OpenAI's San Francisco office is shrouded in mystery and unease as locals report the presence of undercover security guards who remain tight-lipped, leaving neighboring businesses and residents unsett
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