Airlines are canceling or rescheduling flights to the US due to the rollout of 5G in America

Major international airlines are scrambling to change or cancel flights to the United States amid uncertainty between new 5G cellular services and critical aviation technology, CNN reports. Emirates, Air India, All Nippon Airways, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa and…

Where in 2021 rental prices rose the most and what to do if there is not enough money

After slowing down at the beginning of the pandemic, rental prices are quickly recovering. According to the 2021 National Zumper Rent Report, the median monthly cost of a one-bedroom apartment rose by 11,6% during the year, with some cities up significantly…

3G networks will soon disappear, and with them many functions of your car: what automakers recommend

The 3G wireless network was once one of the hottest innovations in the world. Today, it has outlived itself as fifth generation (5G) and even sixth generation (6G) networks will soon dominate the technology world. 3G networks will disappear this year - and...

What you need to know before retiring in the US: 4 important numbers for calculating your welfare

Are you thinking about getting Social Security benefits? The decision to file your first check can be hard to reverse, and it can affect the income you earn each month and for the rest of your life, according to TheMotleyFool. Before…

Martin Luther King Jr. is not the real name of a fighter for the rights of African Americans: a fascinating story about how and why he changed it

Great names are accompanied by great deeds. So perhaps Michael King Sr. knew what he was doing when, in 1934, he made an important change. Or rather two, according to USAToday. Thereafter, he would be known as the Reverend Martin Luther King Sr. His 5 year old...

A seventh-grader died of an overdose of fentanyl, which he took at a school in Connecticut: another 40 packets of the drug were hidden in the institution

Authorities said the 13-year-old, who was hospitalized Jan. 13 after apparent exposure to fentanyl at a Connecticut high school, died Jan. 15, NBC reported. Hartford police pointed to an accidental "proximity" and inadvertent "contact" with the teen's synthetic opioid fentanyl, and...

Year of Biden's presidency: how Americans evaluate his work

President Joe Biden took office at a particularly polarized period in American history, so it's no surprise that citizens are divided over his one-year performance, according to OregonLive. A Georgia history teacher who voted for Biden would give him...

A woman from California ate 32 sushi rolls at a time: she was taken to the hospital straight from the restaurant

Daniella Shapiro, 24, ate 85 sushi rolls at Sushi 32, an all-you-can-eat restaurant in Mountain View, California, and ended up in the hospital, according to the New York Post. A woman paid $50 for unlimited access to sushi and decided to use…

Three professions in the US with a salary of more than $100 that do not require higher education

If you've decided not to go to college and are looking for career paths that don't require a bachelor's degree, you may want to consider some unique high-paying jobs, MakeIt reports. College admissions in…

California already has high taxes, but the state authorities want to almost double them

Earlier this year, California lawmakers introduced a new bill to create a single-payer health care system, an ambitious plan that would be funded by nearly doubling the state's already high taxes, FoxBusiness reported. New analysis from the Tax Foundation, an impartial group that…

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