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TV shows that should’ve never been canceled

America Ferrera on “Ugly Betty.”ABC The television graveyard is full of shows that were buried in their prime. And for fans, no matter how few, it’s always devastating to lose a great show before its time. In most cases, cancellations come down to low ratings. And while many networks would …

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How to move to Canada and become a Canadian citizen

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.Blair Gable/ReutersIf the American political climate has you stressed, you may find yourself imagining a move to Canada. It’s a land where healthcare is free, people are friendly, and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau explains quantum computing just for laughs. But actually becoming a citizen is tough: You …

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McDonald’s will ditch foam packaging in 2018

Reuters According to McDonald’s sustainability goals, the company plans to drop foam packaging globally by 2019. The chain also said it will switch to packaging made from recycled materials in every location by 2020. The changes are in response to environmental concerns, since foam packaging is hard to recycle.   …

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Ford reveals 2019 Edge ST high-performance SUV

The new Edge ST is Ford’s first high-performance SUV.Ford Ford unveiled its 2019 Edge ST, a high-performance version of its Edge SUV, on Thursday. The vehicle joins the Ford Performance lineup of vehicles, which includes the GT supercar and the Shelby GT350 Mustang Ford also refreshed the regular Edge with …

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Why California mudslides are happening: 17 killed, more missing

Emergency personnel carry a woman rescued from a collapsed house after a mudslide in Montecito, California, U.S. January 9, 2018.Kenneth Song/Santa Barbara News-Press via Reuters Severe mudslides in Southern California have left 17 dead, and rescue crews still searching for at least 8 more people. The mudslides came on the heels of …

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Nintendo Switch 2018 line-up: RELEASE DATES, VIDEO

Nintendo’s got a bunch of new games coming to its wildly popular Switch console in 2018. Better yet: The Japanese gaming giant just revealed several entirely new games in a “Nintendo Direct” video presentation on Thursday. Mario’s getting back onto the tennis court in “Mario Tennis Aces.”Nintendo More than just …

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