A seasonal UPS employee confessed to stealing more than $1,000 worth of packages

A seasonal worker for UPS has been arrested following accusations of package theft.
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'How I became a secret daytime DJ'

Moey Hassan describes how "daytimers" became the big thing for South Asian teens in 1980s Bradford.
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Locals the Northern Rivers and beyond are invited to help raise funds for the NSW Rural Fire Service (NSWRFS) on Friday 13 December with beers, food and end-of-year celebrations with the team at Stone & Wood Brewery. From 3.00pm to 6.00pm, the independent Northern Rivers brewery will host an afternoon of beers and nibbles, with all proceeds from beer sales between these hours directed to the NSWRFS via the brewery’s national not-for-profit, the inGrained Foundation. Recently, to support the fire...
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North Korea and Trump trade barbs as tensions increase

North Korea called President Donald Trump a "dotard" after the President once again called North Korean leader Kim Jong Un "rocket man." CNN's Brian Todd reports.
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Carey's famous Christmas tune is getting a documentary

Amazon is debuting a mini-documentary, "Mariah Carey is Christmas" on the singer's 1994 record, "All I Want For Christmas Is You." The film will look into the history of the 25-year-old song.
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Spotify Wrapped reveals your top songs and favorite artists of the year — and the decade

Musicals may be on your go-to streaming playlists, or perhaps you prefer listening to some hip hop.
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More than 6 million US middle and high schoolers used tobacco products in 2019, report says

More than 6 million middle and high school students were currently using tobacco product in 2019, according to National Youth Tobacco Survey data released Thursday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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6 million US middle and high schoolers used tobacco this year

More than 6 million middle and high school students were currently using tobacco product in 2019, according to National Youth Tobacco Survey data released Thursday by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Study shows how plant-based catering can greatly reduce events' carbon footprints

A recent analysis published by the Center for Biological Diversity’s Catering to the Climate report finds that replacing meat with plant-based menu offerings at conferences, corporate gatherings and holiday parties can greatly reduce the impact of these events. Production of meat and dairy contributes to nearly 15 percent of greenhouse gas emissions, which play a drastic role in the planet’s current climate crisis. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) has repeatedly warned that r...
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Archive: England demolish Croatia at Euro 2004

Watch highlights as England beat Croatia 4-2 at Euro 2004 with Wayne Rooney scoring twice to help Sven-Goran Eriksson's side progress through to the quarter finals.
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Architect Hormuz Batliboi Transforms an Empty Bed-Stuy Brownstone into a Family-Friendly Triplex

The late-19th-century brownstones in the Landmark District of Brooklyn’s Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood are both protected and rapidly changing—sometimes all at once, as in the case of architect Hormuz Batliboi’s own home. Article by Jesse Dorris | Interior Design “It eschews the either/or paradigm of renovating a historic brownstone in favor of an and/also approach,” Batliboi says of the space, which he transformed from an empty shell without mechanicals, electricity, or working plumbing into ...
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Zoru Bhathena who campaigned against decision to cut trees at Aarey, caught up in ugly property dispute with father

As Darayus Bhathena lands up at police station with injuries, his son says the wounds are self-inflicted and files a counter complaint, saying his father’s motive is the family bungalow. Article by Vinay Dalvi | Mumbai Mirror Environmental activist Zoru Bhathena, 44, who campaigned against the previous government’s decision to hack trees at Aarey Colony for a Metro car shed, has been accused of assault by his father Darayus Bhathena, the rally racing legend and member of the Federation of Motor ...
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hidden common ground

We want your thoughts         [Author: USA TODAY]
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3 Choice Museums and a Treat for Kids, No Subway Trips in Between

These midsize institutions, all in Midtown, are close enough for a single afternoon’s tour (and with enough time in there for a bite).
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Relive your favorite YouTube moments of 2019

YouTube launched its 11th annual Rewind, featuring the top videos of 2019 in different categories.
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Thinking About a Job or Career Change? Read This

Let the world be the editor of your life story.
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20 sec read: We are all concerned with taking action

We are all concerned with taking action, doing things, resolving problems, providing for others. We are always trying to plan something, conclude something else, discover a third. There is nothing wrong with that -after all, that is how we build and modify the world. But the act of Adoration is also a part of life. […]
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