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Aldi insider shares store secrets – from speedy checkouts to finding bargains

Aldi is extremely popular with shoppers thanks to its record-breaking checkout staff and the middle aisle items you never knew you needed but suddenly can’t live without. Every store and

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Joe Judge: We’ll see how everything shakes out at left tackle

Giants head coach Joe Judge said that first-round pick Andrew Thomas did not start at left tackle on Sunday because he violated team rules and he said the team hasn’t

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Research project provides insight into golfer lockdown habits

A research project has provided a fascinating insight into how golfers continued to train during lockdown—practicing key skills such as chipping, putting and even full golf shots from the comfort

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CBS shouldn’t wait to release the Trump interview

At this moment, we don’t know exactly why Donald Trump abruptly ended an interview with Lesley Stahl of “60 Minutes.” Lots of people have walked out of interviews with “60

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Valorant’s new character Skye lets you summon a magic green pup to scout the map

Riot’s tactical shooter Valorant is entering its third season, which the developer is calling Act 3, on October 13th, and we’ve just seen the last of the update’s new additions:

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Mum thought daughter would die as masked raiders held screwdriver to her throat

A mum says a gang of masked thugs broke into her home and held a knife to her two-year-old daughter’s throat. Akshata Solankhi, 25, said the robbers ordered her to

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Mike Tomlin: We have a great deal of confidence in Robert Spillane

Steelers linebacker Devin Bush tore his ACL during the team’s win over the Browns in Week Six and his loss has opened up an opportunity for rookie Robert Spillane. Spillane

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Cutting cancer off at the head

Osaka City University detects cancer cells in 2ml blood samples and connects them back to their origin tumor—creating a new diagnostic tool that may aid in quicker and more accurate

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Bitcoin surges after Paypal jumps into the cryptocurrency business

PayPal is launching its own cryptocurrency service, allowing people to buy, hold and sell digital currency on its site and applications. The online payments company declared adding crypto was a

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Google contractor accused of offshoring jobs in retaliation for union campaign

Google contractors who recently unionized say their jobs are being slowly shipped to Poland. On Thursday, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) filed a complaint laying out the allegations against

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