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Mets’ Max Scherzer buys elegant $5.4M Long Island home

Max Scherzer is hitting it out of the park with this newly purchased Long Island home. Made up of five bedrooms and six bathrooms, Scherzer purchased the property, located in Brookville, for just less than its asking price, sources told The Post. While the sale currently remains pending, it’s expected to close soon — between …

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College Football’s transfer window should not overlap with bowl season

Who’s Pyne-ing for Drew?Image: Getty Images Unlike most people, I enjoy bowl season. Despite how irrelevant it is to the final outcome of the season, eclectic matchups are the best kinds of matchups. They determine bragging rights for people whose values ​​still align with those of their conference. Programs who only schedule cream puffs when …

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What is parametric disaster insurance? It just delivered a speedy payout in Florida for Hurricane Ian and more than half of adults say inflation is causing financial hardship, but the impact of high prices appears to be easing

Hi MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. What is parametric disaster insurance? It just delivered a speedy payout in Florida for Hurricane Ian Climate change is roiling the insurance industry, boosting demand for AI-focused, event-based parametric plans like Arbol’s $10 million reinsurance claim. Read More More than half of adults say inflation is causing financial …

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Fight in TCU-George Washington game leads to eight ejections

A wild fight on the court saw eight players ejected Monday during a women’s basketball game between TCU and George Washington University. Tensions began to boil over in the second quarter when George Washington’s Essence Brown appeared to get tangled up in the hair of TCU’s Bella Cravens after the latter got a rebound. Things …

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Barry Windham, WWE Hall of Famer, in ICU after heart attack

A pro wrestling great is battling serious health issues. Barry Windham, a member of the WWE Hall of Fame, was rushed to the hospital after suffering a heart attack at the Atlanta airport. Windham’s niece, Mika Rotunda, who is the sister of pro wrestlers Bray Wyatt and Bo Dallas, announced the news and posted a …

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Florida Gators quarterback Anthony Richardson declares for the NFL draft

Florida Gators quarterback Anthony Richardson on Monday announced his decision to enter the 2023 NFL draft. The third-year sophomore made the announcement the social media post, adding that he will not be playing the Gators’ matchup against the Oregon State Beavers in the Las Vegas Bowl on Dec. 17. “After much prayer, consideration, and speaking …

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Michigan football sophomore, senior team captain, shockingly enters the transfer portal

ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The Michigan Wolverines have lost sophomore tight end Louis Hansen and senior team captain Eric All to the transfer portal two days after winning their second Big Ten Championship. Both players announced through Twitter Monday (Dec. 5) that they were leaving the program, but it was All’s announcement that shocked the …

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People still afraid of catching COVID-19 are costing the US economy billions of dollars and my stepfather has dementia, and his sister is badgering him for money. How can I protect him?

Hi MarketWatchers. Don’t miss these top stories. People still afraid of catching COVID-19 are costing the US economy billions of dollars Labor-force participation fell for the third month in a row in November. Read More ‘Gaslighters have two signature moves’: Are you being gaslighted at work? How to recognize the signs. People who lie, steal, …

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