10 smoking guns in the Trump hush-money trial — and why jurors don’t have to believe Cohen or Stormy to convict

In closing arguments, the Trump defense will attack the credibility of key witnesses. But jurors may not need to believe Michael Cohen, David Pecker, or Stormy Daniels to convict Trump. Here are 10 persuasive pieces of evidence that practically speak for themselves. During Tuesday’s closing arguments in the Donald Trump hush-money trial, jurors are sure…

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Disengaged voters could be the key to Biden winning a second term. But they need to be convinced on the economy.

A new poll shows Trump’s polling gains have been powered by voters who didn’t cast a ballot in 2020. The Times says these voters could stay home or return to Biden.  Many of these voters actually lean Democratic, but they’ve drifted away from Biden over the economy. President Joe Biden’s reelection chances could rest on…

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Why the US can’t send humans to Mars

Humans have long imagined life on Mars, though our understanding of the planet has changed a lot. Some of the US’s earliest plans assumed humans could reach the Red Planet by the 1980s. Over the decades, technology and funding challenges have hampered the nation’s hopes of crewed flights. Earlier this month, NASA announced it was funding…

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These are some of the highest-paying jobs for digital nomads

A review of remote jobs worldwide found data scientists earned $132,000 on average. Greenback Expat Tax Services reviewed 6,800 job listings and polled 1,000 Americans on remote work. Many Gen Z workers are interested in becoming digital nomads, seeking flexibility and travel. If you’re a data scientist working remotely, one thing you might enjoy analyzing is…

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A millennial who made over $300,000 secretly working 2 remote jobs says he’ll do whatever he can to ensure he never has to commute to work again

A US millennial made over $100,000 last year secretly working multiple remote jobs.  But hiring slowdowns and return-to-office mandates have made it harder for him to find new roles.  He said he’ll do whatever he can to avoid commuting to an office for work.  Charles is willing to go above and beyond to make extra money —…

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30-year-old Grayson Murray died by suicide a day after withdrawing from the PGA tournament

The professional golfer Grayson Murray, a two-time PGA Tour winner, died Saturday. He withdrew from the PGA Tour’s Charles Schwab Challenge on Friday, citing an unspecified illness. Murray died by suicide, according to a statement from his family. The two-time PGA Tour winner Grayson Murray died Saturday, just a day after he withdrew from the…

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An early retiree describes the journey as a ‘death march’ and shares his top regrets: Working 80-hour weeks ‘made us wealthy, but I wouldn’t do it again’

Carl Jensen retired at 43 after building a seven-figure investment portfolio with his wife Mindy. He describes his financial independence journey as a “death march” and wishes he’d enjoyed life more. Ultimately, the hours he worked set him up for an early retirement, but he wouldn’t do it again. Carl Jensen quit his software engineering…

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