Christopher Burogue

Technology

Virgin Media broadband boost as firm doubles speeds for free for those on its Voom plans

The newly formed Virgin Media O2 firm is already making some big changes for customers. With Virgin and O2 having…

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World

Attacked and Vulnerable, Some Afghans Are Forming Their Own Armies

KABUL, Afghanistan — The slaughter of students, mostly teenagers, at a tutoring center. The deaths of young athletes in a…

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World

U.S. watchdog: Nursing home deaths up 32 per cent in 2020 amid pandemic

WASHINGTON — Deaths among Medicare patients in nursing homes soared by 32% last year, with two devastating spikes eight months…

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News

Wayne Gretzky, Dustin Johnson and Steve Nash latest athletes to become owners

11:41 PM ET Tory BarronESPN Editor Close Tory Barron is a Bristol-based writer and editor for ESPN.com. After retiring from…

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News

How much income tax will Biden and Harris pay under their proposed hikes? These accountants say they’ve found an answer

President Joe Biden has been touting his proposed tax hikes on the rich by saying they need to start “paying…

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National

Newsom says California will pay off unpaid rent accrued during coronavirus pandemic

California will pay off all the past-due rent accumulated by residents during the coronavirus pandemic, says Gov. Gavin Newsom. The…

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Television

Jimmy Kimmel Says “It’s Almost Like A Real Show For A Change” As ABC Late-Night Talker Allows In 89-Person Audience

“Wow, where did all these people come from?,” asked Jimmy Kimmel. “That’s very nice, I appreciate it. The late-night host…

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World

UN: Massive rise in child abductions, rape in conflict areas | DW | 22.06.2021

The number of children abducted and raped in conflict regions saw a major spike in 2020, according to a report…

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Canada

Collingwood clock tower lit up in orange for National Indigenous Day

COLLINGWOOD, ONT. — The town hall clock tower in Collingwood has been lit orange in honour of National Indigenous Peoples…

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Scotland

Covid in Scotland: Sturgeon to confirm delay to lockdown easing

The first minister is expected to announce a move to level zero in Scotland will be pushed back until mid-July.…

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