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A bill in the New Jersey legislature would prohibit all auto insurance companies from considering “non-driving” factors such as education, occupation or credit score in determining rates. A handful of states already have such bans, and more states have been considering them.
Americans declining to buy homeowners insurance as premiums soar
Insurance is becoming extremely expensive recently
Money is very important in Gabon...
He was admitted to the hospital on Aug. 11, the same day a Soyuz rocket carrying the Luna 25 robotic spacecraft launched from the Vostochny Cosmodrome in the Russian Far East.
The killer app for a decentralized blockchain just happens to be "money"
The funds in 2017 filed suit, accusing the Wall Street giants of conspiring to thwart all-electronic trading systems that match stock lenders and borrowers in an effort to preserve the banks’ privileged role as a broker on every stock loan trade.
Iceland: The country with the highest HPC (Hashrate Per Capita) in the world
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Pasadena smash-and-grab: Thieves steal $500,000 worth of jewelry, owner says
"Babikian said he has owned the business for more than 40 years. He added he doesn't know what the future holds.
"I don't even know what I would do tomorrow morning," Babikian said, holding back tears."
The hives were being transported when the straps holding them in place came loose, allowing them to slip free.
Mr Barber said he arrived to "a pretty crazy cloud of bees" who were "very angry, confused and homeless".
Drivers were told to keep their windows up and pedestrians to stay away.
Short-seller Jim Chanos called Vietnamese carmaker VinFast a $200 billion ‘meme stock’—the price collapsed hours later
RIVERSIDE COUNTY, Calif. - Multiple brawls among teens across Southern California recently has prompted one shopping mall to take action in an effort to combat the violence and protect customers.
At Moreno Valley Mall, multiple fights took place at the popular mall Sunday just after 6 p.m. Hundreds of people were at the mall as the movie theater was offering $4 movie tickets as part of National Cinema Day.