9 classic men's style rules that you still have to follow

ShutterstockSometimes, you really should listen to your elders. Though there are some men’s style rules that you no longer need to follow, others are ironclad — they were passed down from older generations for a reason, and you’d do your best to follow all of them as often as you can. We rounded up the nine rules we thought were most ...

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Bank behemoths test distributed ledger technology solution for equity swaps

BI Intelligence This story was delivered to BI Intelligence “Fintech Briefing” subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. A group of leading financial institutions including JPMorgan Chase, Credit Suisse, BNP Paribas, and Citigroup teamed up with distributed ledger technology (DLT) startup Axoni in 2016 to build a DLT-based platform to streamline equity swaps. Now, the collaborators have successfully completed a half-year trial ...

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The terrible things that stress does to your body

The terrible things that stress does to your body 1. It can ruin your sleep Stress will set your mind racing with worries and anxieties. Doctors say such intense thoughts will keep you awake Even worse, lack of sleep can cause yet more stress. 2. It can make your skin look worse Researchers say stress exacerbates skin problems. Acne, psoriasis, ...

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12 Senate and House races to watch in 2018

Roy Moore.Scott Olson/Getty Images All eyes are on the 2018 midterms, as Democrats hope to translate growing anti-Republican sentiment into an electoral comeback.  While pollsters are predicting a Democratic wave in 2018, it may not be enough to overcome GOP majorities in both chambers of Congress.  2018 is looking to be an exciting year in national politics, with Democrats aiming to sweep back into ...

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We bought the same exact grocery list at 4 different supermarkets and were shocked by how similar prices were

Are you overspending on basic items?Daniel Jedzura/Shutterstock We compared the prices of basic groceries like eggs, milk, and bread at four major grocery stores in New York. Trader Joe’s had the best value overall, but their price point was very similar to Whole Foods Market and Stop & Shop. Fairway was the only store we visited whose prices were markedly different. ...

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A 23-year-old musical theater prodigy won 'Dancing With the Stars' — watch his finale performance

“Dancing With the Stars” winners Jordan Fisher and Lindsay Arnold with their Mirrorballs. ABC/Adam Rose Jordan Fisher, a 23-year-old actor, won the 25th season of ABC’s “Dancing With the Stars.” He danced the Samba to “Mi​ ​Gente” by J​ ​Balvin​ ​&​ ​Willy​ ​William with his partner Lindsay Arnold. The couple defeated Lindsey Stirling and Frankie Muniz, who also made it to ...

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I spent 3 months living in Alaska — here are the 7 things people always get wrong about America's biggest state

The author, during his three-month stint in Alaska.Mark Abadi A lot of people have the wrong idea about Alaska, the largest state in the United States. After spending three months in small-town Alaska, I learned that a lot of what people say about the state simply isn’t true. It’s not always frozen and dog sleds aren’t really a thing … but ...

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Man jailed for life for 'brutal' Lancing house attack murder

A man has been given a life sentence for the murder of a 52-year-old who was fatally wounded at his home in West Sussex. Alan Creasey was found with minor injuries by police officers at his home in Ingleside Crescent, Lancing, on 29 May following reports of a disturbance. When they returned an hour later he had a fresh fatal ...

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Wiltshire Police 'took eye off the ball' on burglaries

A police force has admitted taking its “eye off the ball” when it comes to burglaries, leading to a 44% rise in three years. Senior officers in Wiltshire said the force had not paid enough attention to the problem because of pressures on services. The number of break-ins reached 1,600 in 2016-17, with suspects caught in 5% of cases. The ...

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Paralympian Anne Wafula-Strike wins train toilet payout

Media playback is unsupported on your device A Paralympian has been compensated after wetting herself on a train when the disabled toilet was not working. Anne Wafula-Strike, 48, was on a three-hour CrossCountry train from Nuneaton to Stansted in December with an out-of-order accessible loo. Wheelchair racer Mrs Wafula-Strike, from Harlow, said train staff knew she needed to use the ...

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