Boy Scouts to pay $800 million to settle litigation

Boy Scouts to pay $800 million to settle litigation

The Boy Scouts of America have announced that they are prepared to settle litigation with Chubb Insurance for $800 million, avoiding a potential trial. In a statement, Boy Scouts President J. Allen Garfinkel said,…

Rugby legend Taniela Moa dies aged 36

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Rugby legend Taniela Moa dies aged 36

Taniela Moa, a former Tonga rugby international, has died at the age of 36. Authorities in Tonga say the death was caused by cancer, although the cause of his illness is not yet known….

5 Steps to Help You Stay Stress-Free During the Holidays

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5 Steps to Help You Stay Stress-Free During the Holidays

Read this story on The Fiscal Times to learn more about people who have trouble relaxing during the holidays. While the world’s population undoubtedly explodes over the holidays, it’s also plagued by a slew…

First round US Open: Wimbledon champ Kerber also out

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First round US Open: Wimbledon champ Kerber also out

Written by Staff Writer Staff Writer Ashleigh Barty has been eliminated from the US Open in the first round after a 6-3, 6-4 defeat to world number 74 Svetlana Kuznetsova. The two players made…

Ransomware targeted key health care systems worldwide

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Ransomware targeted key health care systems worldwide

(CNN) — A massive ransomware virus that crippled public and private computers in the United States and around the world over the weekend has been contained, with only minor disruption to some services in…

CORONAVIRUS: An unfolding nightmare in South Korea

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CORONAVIRUS: An unfolding nightmare in South Korea

Vietnam’s growing epidemic of the viral infection known as the coronavirus has, at first, confounded anti-strain public health officials around the world. While the virus’ H5N1 ancestor has been known to infect humans for…