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Sean McVay won’t make an announcement on starting QB this week

The Rams might not know who their starting quarterback is until game time. Coach Sean McVay doesn’t plan on anyone outside the organization knowing any sooner than that, even if

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How to talk about death and dying: Taking taboo from those dreaded conversations

Our reluctance to think, talk or communicate about death is even more pronounced when we deal with others’ loss compared to our own, new research finds, but either way we

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US hit as jobs fall for first time since April

Employers shed 140,000 positions, leaving the jobless rate unchanged at 6.7%. Restaurants and bars led the payroll declines, as new restrictions in some places and cold weather sapped enthusiasm for

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Microsoft says hackers were able to see some of its source code

As Microsoft continues to investigate the massive SolarWinds attack, the company says it has discovered that its systems were infiltrated “beyond just the presence of malicious SolarWinds code.” In an

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Man takes back tip from waitress after row – and everyone is on his side

Enjoying a meal at a restaurant resulted in humiliation for one man recently. Not because something awkward happened during the meal but because of an incident with the waitress which

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Jedrick Wills, Rashard Higgins cited for drag racing

When it rains, it roars. Browns tackle Jedrick Wills Jr. and Browns receiver Rashard Higgins were cited for drag racing on Tuesday morning, according to Jake Trotter of ESPN.com. “We

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Mental health of UK women, ethnic minorities especially affected during pandemic

In the UK, men from ethnic minorities and women may have experienced worse mental health declines than White British men, according to a study published January 6, 2021 in the

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M&S temporarily cuts hundreds of products in NI

The retailer said it feared its food would be blocked due to new rules governing shipments between Great Britain and Northern Ireland. A growing number of firms have spoken out

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New York City subway now supports tap-to-pay at all stations

You can now gain entry to any station of the New York City Subway with the tap of a phone, instead of the (famously finicky) swipe of a MetroCard. The

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Family of drowned pensioner fear she was victim of ‘Bullseye Killer’ John Cooper

Relatives of a frail widow feared to be the fifth ­victim of Bullseye killer John Cooper are calling for her death to be reinvestigated, 31 years on. Evil Cooper befriended

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