Photos of the week: ‘I love you so much’

I love you.I love every single one of you.Every single one.It’s just, I mean, it’s hard for me to say what I love, because it’s just the best of what you have, but it’s really the best.You’re a wonderful human being.You have a smile, you have a warmth, you just have a joy that I […]

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Verizon to buy AOL for $45 billion

By Michael BieseckerBloomberg Businessweek – December 20, 2018 09:45:23Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) is buying AOL Inc. for $450 billion, the company announced on Tuesday.Verizon, which is the largest U.S. wireless carrier, plans to offer AOL’s business-oriented AOL Instant Messenger platform as an add-on to its voice and video services.The transaction will close in the fourth […]

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How much of the federal budget goes to the military?

The U.S. military spends less on salaries and benefits than other branches, according to a report released Thursday.The Defense Department spent $4,500 more than it would have in the first nine months of fiscal year 2020 under a budget proposal released Wednesday, the largest increase in a decade.The Pentagon also spends less than it does […]

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What do you think of the new RTE website?

RTE has launched a new website to showcase the news and current affairs of the State of Ireland, a move aimed at curbing the amount of spam on the website.RTE News website is now available in English and Spanish and features the latest information from the Irish media.The website features a new video feed, along […]

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‘Baby boomers are still struggling’

Baby boomers have been struggling for decades to make ends meet, but a new report has revealed that despite a growing economy and more disposable income, there is still a lot of inequality in the economy.The report released today by the Institute of Public Affairs, or IPA, finds that while there has been a lot […]

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How to Find Out if Your Son Is a Survivor

How to find out if your son is a survivor, or a survivor survivor’s son, is part of an ongoing series that highlights how to learn more about survivors.┬áThis week, we are taking a look at how you can find out more about a survivor and a survivor’s child.In this post, we will be looking […]

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