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One Tech Tip: Use a roaming eSIM on your summer travels to avoid cellphone data fees

One Tech Tip: Use a roaming eSIM on your summer travels to avoid cellphone data fees

LONDON (AP) — For summer trips overseas, a smartphone is essential for most people.
Nicole Kidman gets gushes from Miles Teller, Zac Efron, on night of AFI Life Achievement Award

Nicole Kidman gets gushes from Miles Teller, Zac Efron, on night of AFI Life Achievement Award

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nicole Kidman’s close co-stars, including Meryl Streep and Reese Witherspoon , paid her emotional tribute, as expected, when she received the AFI Life Achievement Award in April.
US wholesale prices dropped in May, adding to evidence that inflation pressures are cooling

US wholesale prices dropped in May, adding to evidence that inflation pressures are cooling

WASHINGTON (AP) — Wholesale price increases fell in May, the latest sign that inflation pressures in the United States may be easing as the Federal Reserve considers a timetable for cutting interest rates.
Statistics Canada says Canadian household debt relative to income down in Q1

Statistics Canada says Canadian household debt relative to income down in Q1

OTTAWA — Statistics Canada says the amount Canadians owe relative to their income in the first quarter edged lower compared with the fourth quarter of 2023 as growth in household disposable income outpaced the growth in debt.
Moneybagg Yo's 'A Gangsta's Pain' went No. 1. He's back to soundtrack your summer with 'Speak Now.'

Moneybagg Yo's 'A Gangsta's Pain' went No. 1. He's back to soundtrack your summer with 'Speak Now.'

NEW YORK (AP) — In 2021, you heard it: Moneybagg Yo 's “Wokesha” blaring from cars and corner stores — an undeniable song of the summer that helped turn the Memphis rapper into a No. 1 artist.
Montreal's most popular radio personality will host his last show Friday

Montreal's most popular radio personality will host his last show Friday

MONTREAL — It’s the end of an era for a giant of Quebec media. Known as the “king of the airwaves,” radio personality Paul Arcand will step away Friday from his wildly popular morning show on Montreal’s 98.5 FM.
Kuperman brothers mix martial arts with dance in their Tony-nominated Broadway work

Kuperman brothers mix martial arts with dance in their Tony-nominated Broadway work

Canada's Kuperman brothers are trained dancers, but they tapped into their martial arts skills to choreograph key scenes in the Tony Award-nominated musical reimagining of "The Outsiders.
Stop gas expansion for home heating or risk leaving ratepayers on the hook: report

Stop gas expansion for home heating or risk leaving ratepayers on the hook: report

TORONTO — Provinces must stop natural gas expansion and invest in electrification to keep home heating reliable and cost-effective, a new report says, suggesting ratepayers and governments could otherwise be on the hook for billions of dollars in und
Hollywood's A-listers are lining up behind Joe Biden. Will their support matter in November?

Hollywood's A-listers are lining up behind Joe Biden. Will their support matter in November?

WASHINGTON (AP) — When Robert De Niro showed up outside a Manhattan courthouse to decry Donald Trump as his New York hush money trial was winding down, it sparked a life-imitates-art screaming match with a nearby group of the former president's suppo
As Art Basel opens, buyers confront a 'cooling' but still very active market

As Art Basel opens, buyers confront a 'cooling' but still very active market

BASEL, Switzerland (AP) — Multimillion-dollar works by Jean-Michel Basquiat, Yayoi Kusama and Alberto Giacometti went on the market this week as the Art Basel fair opened in Switzerland.
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