1. ‘I was chasing my tail’: one woman’s battle with in-work poverty
  2. Personal insolvencies jump to nine-year high in England and Wales
  3. Factsheet: Travel insurance
  4. Interest rates left at 0.75% amid signs of rebound for UK economy
  5. I thought I needed alcohol to enjoy sex… but being sober made it so much better I thought I needed alcohol to enjoy sex… but being sober made it so much better
  6. ‘I was chasing my tail’: one woman’s battle with in-work poverty
  7. Record number of over-45s giving birth in England
  8. Subprime lender Amigo puts itself up for sale as complaints rise
  9. Home ownership among young people rises after decade of decline
  10. Learning to cycle: is a balance bike or stabilisers better?
  11. The best apps to get fit with your friends: from Fitbit to Strava The best apps to get fit with your friends: from Fitbit to Strava
  12. Can the UK regional airline Flybe fly out of its troubles?
  13. Let’s move to the north Pembrokeshire coast: a place to escape the universe’s ills
  14. Four-star Oxford hotel had no one to help with midnight emergency
  15. UK minimum wage to rise by four times rate of inflation
  16. Let’s move to Sedbergh, Cumbria: lovely in its isolation
  17. You’re gonna need a bigger boat? UMaine has printer for that
  18. US nuclear, uranium mining industries hope for Trump bailout
  19. ‘We’re no country bumpkins’: Meet the couple who bought Thomas Cook
  20. Hearing aids: is going private really better than the NHS? Hearing aids: is going private really better than the NHS?
  21. Prince’s reps revive complaint letter to Trump campaign after it plays ‘Purple Rain’ at MAGA rally
  22. Turkish artillery explodes near US special forces in northern Syria
  23. The market & impeachment: May Trump process be worse on stocks than Nixon, Clinton probes?
  24. Facebook’s Libra currency battered by defections, pushback
  25. National Coming Out Day: How YouTube enabled viral celebs to shed fear, share stories
  26. For travelers, The Platinum Card from American Express is worth the hype
  27. NASA administrator explains Twitter spat with SpaceX
  28. Rockets’ Daryl Morey should resign to preserve the NBA’s revenue, investments and goodwill
  29. Not the next Tesla: Vacuum cleaner maker Dyson abandons electric car dreams
  30. Donald Trump to hold talks with Chinese official to try to resolve trade standoff
  31. For the 1st time, Biden says Trump should be ‘impeached’
  32. Nobel prize honors breakthroughs on lithium-ion batteries
  33. To stop STDs, US-backed clinics prescribe abstinence
  34. US cities with the lowest poverty rates: California home to the most
  35. GM’s redesigned Corvette Stingray to be delayed by UAW strike
  36. Meghan McCain condemns withdrawal of US troops in Syria: ‘Shame on everyone who is supporting this’
  37. The 5 best Amazon deals you can get this Monday
  38. Sheltering the homeless: These 48 major US cities face growing homeless populations
  39. Amy Schumer opens up about mixed feelings going back to work after giving birth
  40. Sir Bradley Wiggins: ‘My most embarrassing moment? Post 2012, I had a few hissy fits’
  41. Super-rich renting London homes for £5,000-plus a week amid Brexit worries
  42. Southern drought deepens; 11 million affected
  43. The Note: Biden faces squeeze as Trump flurries continue
  44. Sir Bradley Wiggins: ‘My most embarrassing moment? Post 2012, I had a few hissy fits’
  45. General Electric offers pension buyouts, freezes benefits to reduce debt
  46. Yellow cedar rejected for threatened species listing
  47. Super-rich renting London homes for £5,000-plus a week amid Brexit worries
  48. 5 states where paying off debt is easier
  49. Why savings rates may be heading for zero – and what to do
  50. Report: Alabama hospitals pay hackers in ransomware attack
  51. Brompton Explore preview: ‘The city bike heads to the countryside’
  52. How to record and publish a podcast for free
  53. HP Inc.’s new CEO unveils plan to cut up to 9,000 jobs
  54. Standing by Ellie: Man’s loyalty to dog defies rare illness
  55. NASA sets 1st all-female spacewalk after suit flap in spring
  56. Gini index is a poor inequality measure
  57. Employers added just 136K jobs in September while unemployment rate hits a new 50-year low
  58. The Note: Trump digs in deeper than some allies want him to go
  59. Northern fur seals multiply on steaming Alaska volcano
  60. Dairy farmers, animal activists want to know how $900 million for marketing was spent
  61. Tori Spelling says ‘screw the shamers’ after being criticized for daughters’ dyed hair
  62. Son of one-time VP nominee Joe Lieberman jumps into race for open Senate seat
  63. Soaring eagle films crumbling Alpine glaciers as Earth warms
  64. You can get All-Clad, Le Creuset, and Staub for amazing prices this weekend
  65. Consumer Reports: Hidden cable TV fees may cost you $450 extra annually
  66. 3 expenses that can sabotage your retirement
  67. Galaxy Fold review: 5 things to consider as Samsung’s second-try $2,000 phone goes on sale
  68. Men with breast cancer more likely to be undertreated and not survive
  69. The doctors aren’t sure: pros and cons of alternatives
  70. 4,500 stranded Thomas Cook holidaymakers to arrive home on Friday
  71. GM can withstand losses of UAW strike — because of what it stands to gain
  72. WeWork shelves plan for IPO, tries to rebuild battered image
  73. If you want smart investing advice, check out these 7 legendary Wall Street thinkers
  74. ‘Evidence of wrongdoing … in plain sight’: Rep. Hakeem Jeffries
  75. Are your bank deposits safe? Potential problems could be brewing
  76. Astronauts replacing old batteries in 1st of 5 spacewalks
  77. US-China trade war forcing many farmers to take 2nd jobs to make ends meet
  78. Instagram launched ‘Threads,’ a messaging app to house your intimate conversations
  79. Australia uses new technology to catch drivers on phones
  80. President Trump’s former national security advisor ‘deeply disturbed’ by Ukraine scandal: ‘Whole world is watching’
  81. Jobs don’t always keep you out of poverty. Here are cities with high working poor populations
  82. Quadriplegic man walks with an exoskeleton he controls with his brain
  83. Busy Philipp’s husband wasn’t helping her with their kids, so she almost divorced him
  84. Uber adds more services to its app in its quest for profit
  85. Shoppers told to avoid North Sea cod to sustain fish stocks
  86. 3 things you might be getting wrong about the vaping epidemic, as lung injuries top 1,000 cases
  87. Down to Earth: Astronauts safely return after space mission
  88. Techtober: Your guide to new releases from Amazon, GoPro, Facebook and more
  89. Listen to the Talking Tech podcast
  90. This smart mug will keep you coffee warm—and it’s at its lowest price
  91. AI bias: How tech determines if you land job, get a loan or end up in jail
  92. ‘I was scammed by a fraud so ingenious even bank staff were fooled’
  93. Senior US official issues strong new warning to Myanmar on Rohingya amid growing concern about refugees’ future
  94. AP FACT CHECK: Trump mistruths on Ukraine, impeachment fight
  95. Antoni Porowski, Bella Twins bring latkes, laughs to USA TODAY Wine & Food Experience in NYC
  96. Albania quake has 340 aftershocks, people afraid to go home
  97. Google will warn you when your passwords are too simple to guess and used too often
  98. GM temporarily shuts down Mexico plant after UAW strike causes parts shortage
  99. Climate activists spray fake blood on UK government building
  100. This brutal judgment on pensions is blind to the reality of older women’s lives
  101. Spotify makes moves in Nashville as ‘Country Music’ interest piqued
  102. House prices: what do the different indices show?
  103. Beto O’Rourke visits marijuana dispensary amid call for federal legalization, reparations for ex-offenders
  104. Feds propose major habitat protections for killer whales
  105. FDA cautions dog owners about Performance Dog raw pet food salmonella, listeria concerns
  106. These cute Halloween pet costumes are everything we need right now!
  107. Google will warn you when your passwords are too simple to guess and used too often
  108. Factsheet: Buying a home
  109. Egypt displays looted coffin returned from New York’s Met
  110. Hospitals are buying up housing units, helping ‘stranded’ patients find a home
  111. This meat thermometer is usually crazy expensive—until now
  112. Trump embraces disabled Army captain after performance of ‘God Bless America’
  113. Fox, Dish Network dispute hits college football and NFL football season
  114. Trump’s Nickelback meme taken down by Twitter over copyright violation
  115. Live updates: Trump says Ukraine, China should investigate Bidens as former envoy testifies
  116. Forever 21 closings 2019: What stores could close as part of the company’s bankruptcy
  117. The Note: On impeachment, Democrats face challenges of focus and scope
  118. High levels of cancer-causing chemical found in mint and menthol e-cigarettes: Study
  119. Trump signs $1.8 billion autism funding bill
  120. The 6 best credit cards that will save you the most money
  121. Trump revokes California’s waiver on emissions standards, setting up legal fight
  122. An embarrassing scene in the White House Rose Garden
  123. The Latest: Florida residents urged to monitor storm path
  124. The doctors aren’t sure
  125. How Komodo dragons survived extinction
  126. 5G: Why you should ignore the hype and wait – until 2020
  127. Video appears to show Tesla driver ‘literally asleep at the wheel’
  128. Happy Birthday Beyonce, the mom who proves she’s a parenting queen, too
  129. The Latest: Dorian weakens to Category 3 hurricane
  130. Thumbs up? Facebook considers hiding ‘likes’ to make you feel better about posting
  131. iOS 13 is here: 13 hidden ways Apple’s software can breathe life into your older iPhone
  132. Netflix rewind: Why would somebody bother to hack your account on the streaming service?
  133. DC football coach opens up about losing most of his team to gun violence
  134. 5 takeaways from CNN’s marathon climate town hall
  135. Cincinnati-based consumer giant P&G’s ads are getting political. Will that draw a backlash?
  136. Tribal leaders say 2020 should be about ‘life or death’ issues, not Warren’s DNA
  137. School probably didn’t teach you much about money. Here are 4 things you should know
  138. Spotify upgrades Family plan subscription, rolls out parental controls for music service
  139. How these seafloor-dwelling sharks glow neon green
  140. Door-to-door thieves are using DNA tests to scam you
  141. Siding with Trump could hurt Israel’s long-term relations with U.S.
  142. Here’s the fastest shrinking county in your state
  143. Earth isn’t currently in danger of an asteroid impact, but scientists are coming up with ways to prevent them
  144. 2019 GMC Yukon XL review: 8 things to like (and 5 not so much)
  145. Pullet eggs: everything you need to know about the tiny ‘waste’ eggs now on shop shelves
  146. President Trump retweets post saying American is not in the ‘midst of an epidemic of mass shootings’
  147. The Latest: Nevada AG says plutonium fight will continue
  148. Talk of a public housing renaissance in London is fake news
  149. A ‘direct correlation’ between rise of hate on social media and attacks, says SPLC
  150. Island or European nation? Rival views of UK shape Brexit
  151. Unnecessary knee airbags may cause more harm than good, study says
  152. Trump-McConnell 2020? Senate leader takes on role of wingman
  153. 10 bits of investment wisdom that can help your 401(k) flourish
  154. Has your browser been sluggish? It may have been hijacked
  155. Home equity lines of credit: How do they work and should you get one?
  156. Huawei unveils phone system that could replace Android
  157. US decries Chinese dams, disruption of Mekong River
  158. Cutting the cord with Vizio’s new V436 TV
  159. Cutting the cord with Vizio’s new V436 TV
  160. The super-rich have made Britain into a nation of losers
  161. Thumbs down to the fake reviewers ruining the internet for all of us
  162. Apple Card: Some people will get invitations to apply but rest broader release later this month
  163. Don’t fall for it: These types of apps could prompt impromptu spending
  164. Security cut off for ‘cesspool of hate’ 8chan forum
  165. Dozens of Heathrow flights cancelled despite strike delay
  166. Backers of Hawaii telescope tout benefits to humanity, jobs
  167. Gin made from peas is a new innovation for environmentally friendly martinis
  168. ‘My husband quit his job to help grow my business. More men should do this’
  169. Government to issue ‘sleep hygiene’ guidance
  170. San Francisco runner makes art with GPS-tracking fitness apps Strava, MapMyRun
  171. Olivia Wilde thanks strangers for helping with son’s ‘defcon 1’ meltdown: ‘I’m so moved’
  172. ‘You owe them an apology’: Rep. Tulsi Gabbard takes aim at Sen. Kamala Harris’ record as a prosecutor during 2020 Democratic debate
  173. Joe Biden accidentally endorses Sen. Cory Booker for president during 2020 debate
  174. 5 key takeaways from the Democratic debate: The major battle lines of night 1
  175. Fellow Democrats sound alarms on Sanders and Warren policies: ANALYSIS
  176. 2 TSA officers placed on administrative leave due to ‘offensive display’
  177. This meat thermometer is perfect for grilling, smoking, and roasting—and it’s on sale
  178. We tried the egg cooker with a cult-following on Amazon—is it worth it?
  179. This meat thermometer is perfect for grilling, smoking, and roasting—and it’s on sale
  180. How to delete your data from FaceApp
  181. President Trump defends his attacks against Cummings, Sharpton and Baltimore; claims he’s the ‘least racist’ person
  182. Rhinoceros conceived artificially born at California zoo
  183. We tried the egg cooker with a cult-following on Amazon—is it worth it?
  184. Zen group to stop York Minster meetings after religious row
  185. Events look at balancing security, ambiance after shooting
  186. Q&A: What to know about the Capital One data breach
  187. Zen group to stop York Minster meetings after religious row
  188. Teen climate activist gets Normandy’s first Freedom Prize
  189. Does Trump’s racially divisive campaign strategy carry a hidden message for black voters?
  190. Holiday Inn owner to ditch mini toiletries from 5,000 hotels
  1. ‘I was chasing my tail’: one woman’s battle with in-work poverty
  2. Personal insolvencies jump to nine-year high in England and Wales
  3. Factsheet: Travel insurance
  4. Interest rates left at 0.75% amid signs of rebound for UK economy
  5. I thought I needed alcohol to enjoy sex… but being sober made it so much better I thought I needed alcohol to enjoy sex… but being sober made it so much better
  6. ‘I was chasing my tail’: one woman’s battle with in-work poverty
  7. Record number of over-45s giving birth in England
  8. Subprime lender Amigo puts itself up for sale as complaints rise
  9. Home ownership among young people rises after decade of decline
  10. Learning to cycle: is a balance bike or stabilisers better?
  11. The best apps to get fit with your friends: from Fitbit to Strava The best apps to get fit with your friends: from Fitbit to Strava
  12. Can the UK regional airline Flybe fly out of its troubles?
  13. Let’s move to the north Pembrokeshire coast: a place to escape the universe’s ills
  14. Four-star Oxford hotel had no one to help with midnight emergency
  15. UK minimum wage to rise by four times rate of inflation
  16. Let’s move to Sedbergh, Cumbria: lovely in its isolation
  17. You’re gonna need a bigger boat? UMaine has printer for that
  18. US nuclear, uranium mining industries hope for Trump bailout
  19. ‘We’re no country bumpkins’: Meet the couple who bought Thomas Cook
  20. Hearing aids: is going private really better than the NHS? Hearing aids: is going private really better than the NHS?
  21. Prince’s reps revive complaint letter to Trump campaign after it plays ‘Purple Rain’ at MAGA rally
  22. Turkish artillery explodes near US special forces in northern Syria
  23. The market & impeachment: May Trump process be worse on stocks than Nixon, Clinton probes?
  24. Facebook’s Libra currency battered by defections, pushback
  25. National Coming Out Day: How YouTube enabled viral celebs to shed fear, share stories
  26. For travelers, The Platinum Card from American Express is worth the hype
  27. NASA administrator explains Twitter spat with SpaceX
  28. Rockets’ Daryl Morey should resign to preserve the NBA’s revenue, investments and goodwill
  29. Not the next Tesla: Vacuum cleaner maker Dyson abandons electric car dreams
  30. Donald Trump to hold talks with Chinese official to try to resolve trade standoff
  31. For the 1st time, Biden says Trump should be ‘impeached’
  32. Nobel prize honors breakthroughs on lithium-ion batteries
  33. To stop STDs, US-backed clinics prescribe abstinence
  34. US cities with the lowest poverty rates: California home to the most
  35. GM’s redesigned Corvette Stingray to be delayed by UAW strike
  36. Meghan McCain condemns withdrawal of US troops in Syria: ‘Shame on everyone who is supporting this’
  37. The 5 best Amazon deals you can get this Monday
  38. Sheltering the homeless: These 48 major US cities face growing homeless populations
  39. Amy Schumer opens up about mixed feelings going back to work after giving birth
  40. Sir Bradley Wiggins: ‘My most embarrassing moment? Post 2012, I had a few hissy fits’
  41. Super-rich renting London homes for £5,000-plus a week amid Brexit worries
  42. Southern drought deepens; 11 million affected
  43. The Note: Biden faces squeeze as Trump flurries continue
  44. Sir Bradley Wiggins: ‘My most embarrassing moment? Post 2012, I had a few hissy fits’
  45. General Electric offers pension buyouts, freezes benefits to reduce debt
  46. Yellow cedar rejected for threatened species listing
  47. Super-rich renting London homes for £5,000-plus a week amid Brexit worries
  48. 5 states where paying off debt is easier
  49. Why savings rates may be heading for zero – and what to do
  50. Report: Alabama hospitals pay hackers in ransomware attack
  51. Brompton Explore preview: ‘The city bike heads to the countryside’
  52. How to record and publish a podcast for free
  53. HP Inc.’s new CEO unveils plan to cut up to 9,000 jobs
  54. Standing by Ellie: Man’s loyalty to dog defies rare illness
  55. NASA sets 1st all-female spacewalk after suit flap in spring
  56. Gini index is a poor inequality measure
  57. Employers added just 136K jobs in September while unemployment rate hits a new 50-year low
  58. The Note: Trump digs in deeper than some allies want him to go
  59. Northern fur seals multiply on steaming Alaska volcano
  60. Dairy farmers, animal activists want to know how $900 million for marketing was spent
  61. Tori Spelling says ‘screw the shamers’ after being criticized for daughters’ dyed hair
  62. Son of one-time VP nominee Joe Lieberman jumps into race for open Senate seat
  63. Soaring eagle films crumbling Alpine glaciers as Earth warms
  64. You can get All-Clad, Le Creuset, and Staub for amazing prices this weekend
  65. Consumer Reports: Hidden cable TV fees may cost you $450 extra annually
  66. 3 expenses that can sabotage your retirement
  67. Galaxy Fold review: 5 things to consider as Samsung’s second-try $2,000 phone goes on sale
  68. Men with breast cancer more likely to be undertreated and not survive
  69. The doctors aren’t sure: pros and cons of alternatives
  70. 4,500 stranded Thomas Cook holidaymakers to arrive home on Friday
  71. GM can withstand losses of UAW strike — because of what it stands to gain
  72. WeWork shelves plan for IPO, tries to rebuild battered image
  73. If you want smart investing advice, check out these 7 legendary Wall Street thinkers
  74. ‘Evidence of wrongdoing … in plain sight’: Rep. Hakeem Jeffries
  75. Are your bank deposits safe? Potential problems could be brewing
  76. Astronauts replacing old batteries in 1st of 5 spacewalks
  77. US-China trade war forcing many farmers to take 2nd jobs to make ends meet
  78. Instagram launched ‘Threads,’ a messaging app to house your intimate conversations
  79. Australia uses new technology to catch drivers on phones
  80. President Trump’s former national security advisor ‘deeply disturbed’ by Ukraine scandal: ‘Whole world is watching’
  81. Jobs don’t always keep you out of poverty. Here are cities with high working poor populations
  82. Quadriplegic man walks with an exoskeleton he controls with his brain
  83. Busy Philipp’s husband wasn’t helping her with their kids, so she almost divorced him
  84. Uber adds more services to its app in its quest for profit
  85. Shoppers told to avoid North Sea cod to sustain fish stocks
  86. 3 things you might be getting wrong about the vaping epidemic, as lung injuries top 1,000 cases
  87. Down to Earth: Astronauts safely return after space mission
  88. Techtober: Your guide to new releases from Amazon, GoPro, Facebook and more
  89. Listen to the Talking Tech podcast
  90. This smart mug will keep you coffee warm—and it’s at its lowest price
  91. AI bias: How tech determines if you land job, get a loan or end up in jail
  92. ‘I was scammed by a fraud so ingenious even bank staff were fooled’
  93. Senior US official issues strong new warning to Myanmar on Rohingya amid growing concern about refugees’ future
  94. AP FACT CHECK: Trump mistruths on Ukraine, impeachment fight
  95. Antoni Porowski, Bella Twins bring latkes, laughs to USA TODAY Wine & Food Experience in NYC
  96. Albania quake has 340 aftershocks, people afraid to go home
  97. Google will warn you when your passwords are too simple to guess and used too often
  98. GM temporarily shuts down Mexico plant after UAW strike causes parts shortage
  99. Climate activists spray fake blood on UK government building
  100. This brutal judgment on pensions is blind to the reality of older women’s lives
  101. Spotify makes moves in Nashville as ‘Country Music’ interest piqued
  102. House prices: what do the different indices show?
  103. Beto O’Rourke visits marijuana dispensary amid call for federal legalization, reparations for ex-offenders
  104. Feds propose major habitat protections for killer whales
  105. FDA cautions dog owners about Performance Dog raw pet food salmonella, listeria concerns
  106. These cute Halloween pet costumes are everything we need right now!
  107. Google will warn you when your passwords are too simple to guess and used too often
  108. Factsheet: Buying a home
  109. Egypt displays looted coffin returned from New York’s Met
  110. Hospitals are buying up housing units, helping ‘stranded’ patients find a home
  111. This meat thermometer is usually crazy expensive—until now
  112. Trump embraces disabled Army captain after performance of ‘God Bless America’
  113. Fox, Dish Network dispute hits college football and NFL football season
  114. Trump’s Nickelback meme taken down by Twitter over copyright violation
  115. Live updates: Trump says Ukraine, China should investigate Bidens as former envoy testifies
  116. Forever 21 closings 2019: What stores could close as part of the company’s bankruptcy
  117. The Note: On impeachment, Democrats face challenges of focus and scope
  118. High levels of cancer-causing chemical found in mint and menthol e-cigarettes: Study
  119. Trump signs $1.8 billion autism funding bill
  120. The 6 best credit cards that will save you the most money
  121. Trump revokes California’s waiver on emissions standards, setting up legal fight
  122. An embarrassing scene in the White House Rose Garden
  123. The Latest: Florida residents urged to monitor storm path
  124. The doctors aren’t sure
  125. How Komodo dragons survived extinction
  126. 5G: Why you should ignore the hype and wait – until 2020
  127. Video appears to show Tesla driver ‘literally asleep at the wheel’
  128. Happy Birthday Beyonce, the mom who proves she’s a parenting queen, too
  129. The Latest: Dorian weakens to Category 3 hurricane
  130. Thumbs up? Facebook considers hiding ‘likes’ to make you feel better about posting
  131. iOS 13 is here: 13 hidden ways Apple’s software can breathe life into your older iPhone
  132. Netflix rewind: Why would somebody bother to hack your account on the streaming service?
  133. DC football coach opens up about losing most of his team to gun violence
  134. 5 takeaways from CNN’s marathon climate town hall
  135. Cincinnati-based consumer giant P&G’s ads are getting political. Will that draw a backlash?
  136. Tribal leaders say 2020 should be about ‘life or death’ issues, not Warren’s DNA
  137. School probably didn’t teach you much about money. Here are 4 things you should know
  138. Spotify upgrades Family plan subscription, rolls out parental controls for music service
  139. How these seafloor-dwelling sharks glow neon green
  140. Door-to-door thieves are using DNA tests to scam you
  141. Siding with Trump could hurt Israel’s long-term relations with U.S.
  142. Here’s the fastest shrinking county in your state
  143. Earth isn’t currently in danger of an asteroid impact, but scientists are coming up with ways to prevent them
  144. 2019 GMC Yukon XL review: 8 things to like (and 5 not so much)
  145. Pullet eggs: everything you need to know about the tiny ‘waste’ eggs now on shop shelves
  146. President Trump retweets post saying American is not in the ‘midst of an epidemic of mass shootings’
  147. The Latest: Nevada AG says plutonium fight will continue
  148. Talk of a public housing renaissance in London is fake news
  149. A ‘direct correlation’ between rise of hate on social media and attacks, says SPLC
  150. Island or European nation? Rival views of UK shape Brexit
  151. Unnecessary knee airbags may cause more harm than good, study says
  152. Trump-McConnell 2020? Senate leader takes on role of wingman
  153. 10 bits of investment wisdom that can help your 401(k) flourish
  154. Has your browser been sluggish? It may have been hijacked
  155. Home equity lines of credit: How do they work and should you get one?
  156. Huawei unveils phone system that could replace Android
  157. US decries Chinese dams, disruption of Mekong River
  158. Cutting the cord with Vizio’s new V436 TV
  159. Cutting the cord with Vizio’s new V436 TV
  160. The super-rich have made Britain into a nation of losers
  161. Thumbs down to the fake reviewers ruining the internet for all of us
  162. Apple Card: Some people will get invitations to apply but rest broader release later this month
  163. Don’t fall for it: These types of apps could prompt impromptu spending
  164. Security cut off for ‘cesspool of hate’ 8chan forum
  165. Dozens of Heathrow flights cancelled despite strike delay
  166. Backers of Hawaii telescope tout benefits to humanity, jobs
  167. Gin made from peas is a new innovation for environmentally friendly martinis
  168. ‘My husband quit his job to help grow my business. More men should do this’
  169. Government to issue ‘sleep hygiene’ guidance
  170. San Francisco runner makes art with GPS-tracking fitness apps Strava, MapMyRun
  171. Olivia Wilde thanks strangers for helping with son’s ‘defcon 1’ meltdown: ‘I’m so moved’
  172. ‘You owe them an apology’: Rep. Tulsi Gabbard takes aim at Sen. Kamala Harris’ record as a prosecutor during 2020 Democratic debate
  173. Joe Biden accidentally endorses Sen. Cory Booker for president during 2020 debate
  174. 5 key takeaways from the Democratic debate: The major battle lines of night 1
  175. Fellow Democrats sound alarms on Sanders and Warren policies: ANALYSIS
  176. 2 TSA officers placed on administrative leave due to ‘offensive display’
  177. This meat thermometer is perfect for grilling, smoking, and roasting—and it’s on sale
  178. We tried the egg cooker with a cult-following on Amazon—is it worth it?
  179. This meat thermometer is perfect for grilling, smoking, and roasting—and it’s on sale
  180. How to delete your data from FaceApp
  181. President Trump defends his attacks against Cummings, Sharpton and Baltimore; claims he’s the ‘least racist’ person
  182. Rhinoceros conceived artificially born at California zoo
  183. We tried the egg cooker with a cult-following on Amazon—is it worth it?
  184. Zen group to stop York Minster meetings after religious row
  185. Events look at balancing security, ambiance after shooting
  186. Q&A: What to know about the Capital One data breach
  187. Zen group to stop York Minster meetings after religious row
  188. Teen climate activist gets Normandy’s first Freedom Prize
  189. Does Trump’s racially divisive campaign strategy carry a hidden message for black voters?
  190. Holiday Inn owner to ditch mini toiletries from 5,000 hotels

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Move On Press, LLC (“Move On Press”, “we”, “us”, or “our”) operates the following list of healthcare and fitness-related websites: http://moveonpress.com (individually, a “Site”; collectively, the “Sites”). This is the official Privacy Policy for the Sites. This Privacy Policy forms a part of your legal agreement with us, along with our Terms of Use and any other Additional Terms. PLEASE READ THIS PRIVACY POLICY CAREFULLY AS IT DESCRIBES HOW WE COLLECT AND USE INFORMATION COLLECTED ABOUT YOU ONLINE AND UNDER WHAT CIRCUMSTANCES WE SHARE INFORMATION ABOUT YOU. Any terms not defined in this Privacy Policy are shall have the meaning ascribed to them in the Terms of Use. 1. CHANGES TO PRIVACY POLICY. We reserve the right, in our sole discretion, to modify, add or delete provisions of this Privacy Policy at any time. When we make material changes to this Privacy Policy, we will inform you by either emailing you or posting a notice on the page from which you access this Privacy Policy. We display the effective date of this Privacy Policy at the top of this page. Your use of any of our Sites after the effective date of any such modification, means you accept and agree to be bound by the Privacy Policy, as modified. You should come back to this web page and review this Privacy Policy regularly so that you remain aware of the terms and conditions that apply to you. 2. NON-PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED AND HOW COLLECTED. When you access or visit any of our Sites, we and our operational service providers (as defined in the “Disclosure to Third Parties” section below) and others who host our Sites often use “cookies” and other technologies that may recognize, collect and/or transmit information that is associated with you or your device. These various technologies may recognize, collect and/or transmit information about your visits to our Sites, such as your Internet Protocol (“IP”) address, the Internet or web domain that referred you, the type of operating system and browser you are using, the date and time of your visit, data relating to activities on our Sites (e.g., so-called “clickstream” data) and other technological attributes about your visit to the Sites. We may use this information to analyze trends, administer the Sites, provide promotional material of interest to users, track user movements on the Sites and gather aggregate demographic information about visitors so we can continually improve our Sites. Cookies and other technologies may also allow our Sites to recognize your computer or device each time it is used to visit a particular Site, track how you use our Sites, track your preferences for features and functions and, for our Sites that have registration or similar features, they can store information such as your user name and password so you don’t have to re-enter them each time you return to visit. – 2 – Third Parties that deliver advertising on our Sites may use cookies and other technologies to collect user information when users respond to or interact with banner placements. The information collected does not usually identify you personally, with the potential exception described in Section 9 regarding The Body PRO. Most Internet browsers allow you to delete or disable cookies by changing the settings on your Internet browser. However, please note, deleting or disabling cookies may affect your ability to use certain features and functions of our Sites and it may also require you to re-enter certain information each time you visit or attempt to use our Sites. You should consult the operating instructions that apply to your browser to determine how to best configure your browser settings for your needs. 3. PERSONAL INFORMATION COLLECTED. The term “Personal Information” refers to any information you provide in connection with your use of any of our Sites by which you can be personally identified. Personal Information may include such things as your name, mobile phone number, street address, telephone number, date of birth, e-mail address, photographs of yourself, and any other information which might reasonably be used to identify you. On some of our Sites, we may also collect Personal Information related to your health, for example, whether you have high blood pressure or what type of medicine you are taking. We obtain Personal Information from you when you voluntarily submit it to us (or our operational service providers) or provide it on one or more of our Sites in order to allow you to register, subscribe or take advantage of certain features, functions, services, activities, promotions (e.g., sweepstakes and contests), and content on our Sites (these are referred to as “Content” in our Terms of Use). For example, on some of our Sites, we may collect Personal Information that you post within the community-based features, such as the “Share Your Story” or “Ask a Question” features on the Health Central Site and the “Connect” and “Ask the Experts” features on The Body Site. Please note that you may not be able to use some Content if you choose not to provide your Personal Information when requested. If you provide or submit your Personal Information to any of our Sites, our policy is to give you the right to review, update and/or delete your Personal Information, subject to our obligations to comply with legal, regulatory or internal audit and record-keeping requirements. 4. HOW WE USE YOUR INFORMATION. We may use the information that we obtain from you, including Personal Information and information in the aggregate form: (a) to provide you with the information you have requested (e.g., emailing you health alerts) or to provide you with the services you have requested (e.g., sending you newsletters; sending you text messages; responding to your request for a consultation); (b) to improve the Content, appearance and utility of our Sites; (c) to tailor your experience on our Sites; (d) to track our visitors’ use of our Sites for internal research purposes; (e) to monitor compliance with our Terms of Use; (f) to notify our visitors of updates to our Sites; (g) to send you promotional and marketing materials; and (h) for our internal or our business partners’ research and analysis purposes. If we or any of our Sites collect, maintain, use or intend to share your Personal Information for purposes other than as described in this Privacy Policy, we will ensure that it is included within the Additional Terms that applies to the Site or Sites involved or will post a notice to you before you submit your Personal Information. – 3 – 5. PUBLIC POSTINGS. Some of our Sites may permit you to make Postings (as defined in our Terms of Use). If you make a Posting to any area of a Site that that may be accessed by other users (such as health-related information you place on a message board, public profile, or chat room), please keep in mind that such information can be viewed and used by anyone who uses or accesses the Site. Please do not disclose Personal Information in these areas. Any information you disclose may be used by third parties we do not control. We are not responsible for any information, including Personal Information, you choose to disclose to public areas of our Sites, or for any related losses or damages, whether alleged or actual. 6. CHILDREN. Our Sites are not intended for children under the age of 13 and we do not knowingly solicit or collect Personal Information from children under the age of 13. If you are a parent or guardian of a child under the age of 13 and believe he or she has provided Personal Information to us please notify us at [email protected] If you are 13 or older but still a minor in the state in which you reside (typically 18), you must obtain the consent of your parent or guardian before using our Sites. 7. THIRD PARTY LINKS. Our Sites may contain or display information from cosponsors, advertisers, retailers, social networks, operational service providers or other unaffiliated third parties (each, a “Third Party”) that offer to make information, goods or services available, provide opportunities to participate in promotions or engage in activities or that link or redirect your browser to other websites, materials or organizations. We are not responsible for the privacy or data use practices at these external websites. We encourage you to review the privacy policies and terms and conditions for these web sites. If you have any questions regarding the information gathering or dissemination activities of other web sites, you should consult the privacy policies and terms and conditions contained on those web sites. 8. DISCLOSURE TO THIRD PARTIES. Our policy is to not sell, rent, lease, provide or otherwise disclose your Personal Information to unaffiliated entities unless specifically described here or in any other terms that may apply to your use of a particular Site. We reserve the right to disclose your Personal Information to any Third Party we engage for the purpose of administering, operating, configuring site design, maintaining and providing internal support for our Sites and Content on the Sites. These Third Parties are called “operational service providers” and provide internal support to operations and activities and for Site design, development, advertising, hosting and operations. For example, we may employ operational service providers to send direct emails on our behalf or to provide information technology support. We may also use operational service providers to display or serve advertising on our Sites, run promotions, and distribute email messages or web-based newsletters and other information. We take reasonable efforts to ensure that our operational service providers protect your privacy, and that they are not permitted to use your Personal Information for their own marketing or promotional purposes. We also reserve the right to make your Personal Information available to Third Parties in the following situations: • when compelled by a governmental agency, law, regulation, a court or other legal process; – 4 – • if we believe you are, have or may violate any law, regulation, or our Terms of Use; • to enforce our Terms of Use or any other agreements we may have with you; • if we believe you are or may be a threat to the safety, property, interests or rights of Move On Pressor others; • in order to investigate, respond to or resolve problems or inquiries or defend our interests; • in a merger, acquisition, change of control, joint venture or other business combination; • when you otherwise consent. 9. DISCLOSURE APPLICABLE TO THE BODY PRO SITE. If you are a healthcare provider utilizing The Body PRO site, Third Parties may combine information gathered through cookies, pixels and other technologies in an effort to personally identify you. The data they collect will be used solely for research and measurement purposes. 10. AGGREGATE OR ANONYMIZED DATA. Move On Press may, either by itself or in coordination with its business partners and Move On Press operational service providers, create aggregate or anonymized data sets from the Personal Information that we collect. As a general matter, aggregate and anonymized data sets do not include your Personal Information and cannot be used to identify you. We may disclose such aggregate or anonymized data sets with our business partners; for example, our business partners may use such aggregate or anonymized data sets in order to conduct research and analysis. 11. REMOVAL OR DELETION OF YOUR INFORMATION/OPTING OUT. In general, at your request, Move On Press will remove or delete Personal Information that you have provided to us. You may do so by emailing [email protected] with your opt-out request. Some of our Sites may permit you to opt-out of certain Voluntary Communications (as defined in our Terms of Use) for which you have registered or subscribed to receive (e.g., newsletters) and promotional Automatic Communications (as defined in our Terms of Use). Users may unsubscribe from receiving Voluntary Communications and promotional Automatic Communications from us at any time by following the instructions contained at the end of every email. Please note that you may continue to receive emails from us for up to ten (10) days following your unsubscribing. 12. SECURITY. We maintain a reasonable standard of security and try to limit information access to individuals who need to have such access to perform their responsibilities associated with our Sites and the Content on our Sites. Despite these efforts, no system can ever be 100% secure. As a result, we cannot guarantee that the Personal Information stored on our servers will be free from unauthorized access. By using our Sites you are agreeing to assume this risk and any and all responsibility and liability that may arise. 13. CORRECTING OR UPDATING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION. If you have provided your Personal Information to us, you can update or delete it by logging into your account or contacting us at [email protected] Although we may provide you with the ability to update or delete Personal Information directly on our Site, some Personal Information may not be changed or deleted by you and may require you to contact Move On Press for verification. – 5 – 14. YOUR CALIFORNIA PRIVACY RIGHTS. California Civil Code Section 1798.83, allows individuals who have provided their Personal Information to us to request information about our disclosures of certain categories of Personal Information (if any) to third parties for their direct marketing purposes during the immediately preceding year. If applicable, you may request such information by either sending an email to our designated Privacy Administrator at privacy Move On Press.com or contacting us via postal mail, proper postage prepaid, at: Privacy Administrator Move On Press, LLC 1331 Phillips St, Daytona Beach, FL 32114 Attn: Your California Privacy Rights In addition, under California law, website operators are required to disclose how they respond to web browser “do not track” signals or other similar mechanisms that provide consumers the ability to exercise choice regarding the collection of personal information of a consumer over time and across third party websites, to the extent the operator engages in that collection. At this time, we do not track our users’ Personal Information over time and across third-party websites. This law also requires website operators to disclose whether third parties may collect personal information about their users’ online activities over time and across different sites when the users use the operator’s website. We do not knowingly permit third parties to collect Personal Information about an individual user’s online activities over time and across different web sites when using our Sites, except as described in Section 9 herein. 15. CONTACT US. If you have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please contact us at: [email protected].

 

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