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According to Forbes Magazine, student loan debt in the United States has jumped to $1.56 trillion spread across 45 million borrowers. With the pandemic raging and over 17.5 million Americans unemployed, and the cost of college averaging between around $20,000 for a public college and over $45,000 for private, going to…

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Do you have the kind of cat who paws at your face at an ungodly hour of the morning until you finally relent and get up? Does s/he then proceed to meow and whine until you fill up their food bowl? It’s not that your cat is unusually gluttonous; it could be that they’re telling you that it’s a natural feeding time for…

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Bored with your workout mix? Us too. Especially if you’ve been working out at home—alone—for the duration of the pandemic, it’s unsurprising that you’re tired of listening to the same music, and perfectly understandable if you also feel overwhelmed at the idea of making a fresh playlist for each and every session.

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There are 431 disinfectants that the EPA says will kill SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. They made the list because they kill other, similar viruses. But now two of the disinfectants have been tested, successfully, against the actual coronavirus you’re worried about.

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It’s not always convenient or possible to glance at your smartphone’s screen as you normally would, but with a few tweaks to your phone’s settings, you can get the most important information without having to look down at the display. Here’s how to get your phone to read the info you need aloud to you through the…

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Instant Pot Aura Slow Cooker | $80 | Amazon

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Cases of an odd battery-draining iOS bug are on the rise and the Apple Music app appears to be the culprit, with reports showing that the app can rapidly eat up to 95 percent of a device’s battery for no reason. The issue affects a wide variety of iOS devices, but most of the recent cases appear to be running iOS…

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On Tuesday, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB), a financial watchdog agency, made headlines by rolling back rules for payday lenders. The revised rules say lenders no longer have to assess if borrowers can afford to repay short-term loans.

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Before you start reading this, pull out your iPad, pull up the App Store, and make sure you’ve updated to the latest version of the Gmail app. If you’re using iPadOS 13 or later, you’ll now be able to multitask—finally—which means you’ll be able to access your many, many emails while having other apps loaded and…

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I believe, in everyone’s kitchen, there is a collection of seasonings and flavoring agents that one leans on quite heavily. I’m not talking about salt—which, for me, is another discussion entirely. I’m talking about the other shakers and bottles, the ones that are used so often they never make it back into a cabinet.…

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Edge Chromium is a decent web browser. I’d even go as far as to say it’s worth swapping over to from Google Chrome, given its improvements with memory usage. However, Microsoft has been incredibly annoying about stuffing Edge Chromium down everyone’s throats, and a recent Windows update locks this browser into your OS…

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It can be hard to imagine your life without Amazon. The company offers everything from online shopping to grocery delivery to audiobooks to streaming video, all at the tips of your fingers and at cutthroat prices. It’s an especially convenient place to get almost everything you could ever need delivered to your door…

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Are you curious to see if your employer or local businesses got a slice of the government’s $2.2 trillion stimulus package? This week, ProPublica, an independent, non-profit newsroom, released a new Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) tracking tool.

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Maybe you started your first job or maybe you gave up the freelance life for full-time employment. Whatever your scenario, if you find yourself filling out a W-4 for the first time, you may be a touch confused by all the fields, worksheets, and forms. Yes, the IRS can make things confusing. Let’s take it one step at a…

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The egg yolk is the best part of the egg. There is no denying this. Yolks are basically neat little orbs of rich, golden sauce that taste good on everything, and you should add them to your savory breakfast cereals, especially grits.

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iMessage is one of the perks of being inside the Apple universe: The service gets around text messaging fees so you can send messages to other Apple users for free, and it works on wifi so you can message anywhere you don’t have a cell connection—on an airplane, for example, or when traveling abroad without a data…

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As a suburban mom, my car is my home base. (Or it was in pre-pandemic times, anyway.) If there was a tiny chance I might need something someday while I was out and about, it lived in the car. Sunscreen? Check. Diapers? A whole case, in the trunk. Wipes? Probably a couple packages. There’s a problem with that last one,…

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It used to be that when it was time to buy my son a new bike, we’d take him to the store and let him try a couple out. Usually just him sitting on one for a few moments was enough to tell us if a bike was too small, too big or just right. Well, around here in Eastern Pennsylvania (and in many other areas), bikes have…

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What’s the secret to investing? There really isn’t one. Investing doesn’t take a lot of time, and doing it pays dividends (literally).

Often we’re overloaded with article headlines promising to tell us which five hot stocks are the ticket to quick riches. Or we think of it as something “only wealthy people know how to…

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If you live by the old Ben Franklin quote, you know the only two things we can count on are death and taxes. But with a little planning and organization, you can make one of them easier to manage. I’m talking about the taxes.

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Cast iron cookware is a funny animal: It’s versatile and super durable but it’s also particular and can all-too-easily turn into a rust-covered piece of garbage. And then, there are all these rules that come with cast iron pans, whispered things about seasoning and scrubbing with salt and the dangers of soap … it’s…

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A massive undercover surveillance network was recently outed by the cybersecurity firm Awake Security. It’s serious enough that you should once again triple-check that you aren’t using shady extensions in your Chrome browser.

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Apple’s annual operating system updates are always a cause for geeky celebration, but some of you have less reason to be thrilled. If your beloved, older Apple devices have faded into obsolescence, this annual ritual can feel like a grim reminder that this is it for you. Catalina is the highest mountain your aged…

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If you wear sunscreen every day, apply it properly and reapply it every few hours (or whenever you’ve been sweating, swimming, or toweling off), then you don’t need this article. But here we are. You’ve been burned, and you’re hurting. What now?

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Ninja Foodi 7-in-1 Pressure Cooker | $90 | Amazon

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If you don’t want to try out iOS 14 or macOS Big Sur just yet, that’s fine. Developer betas aren’t for everyone. However, that doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy at least one update both operating systems are bringing to the table: shiny new wallpapers.

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Samsung 256GB EVO Select microSDXC Card | $34 | Amazon

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Are you an adventure traveler or foodie traveler or even a bucket-list traveler sitting around thinking, “Well, I’ll never travel again”? With travel restrictions still in place, it seems like it’ll take months before travel will resume back to its regularly scheduled programming.

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Ahh, summer. The smell of charcoal and grilled meat, sweet buttered corn, and of course, and maybe a beer or two, if you choose. Growing up, we only had the basics when we grilled. All we needed was a simple charcoal grill, spatula, and chicken wings. However, now that my palette has evolved and I enjoy cooking a…

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It is true that one cannot make an omelet (or any egg dish) without breaking a few eggs. And even if you are the most careful egg cracker around, a bit of shell will make its way into the pan from time to time. This is not the disaster it may seem, but it is annoying.

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The fight is not over. Activists across the country are still hitting the streets demanding police reform and justice for Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks, Elijah McClain, and countless other victims of police brutality.

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Formatting this gigantic list of what’s coming to and leaving HBO Max, HBO Go and regular old on-your-TV HBO this month gave me the occasion to note a strange synchronicity between the new arrivals and planned departures on the streaming service.

For example: 15 films based on D.C. comics, including many of their big,…

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If you’ve always dreamed of being a gymnast, or if you rank gymnastics at the top of the list of your favorite Olympic sports, good news: Champion gymnast and four-time Olympic gold medalist Simone Biles is doing a free, live-streaming lesson and Q&A session tonight (June 24) on MasterClass Live.

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The reality of traveling with children is that they have so much energy and excitement and it keeps them moving—sometimes in the opposite direction. And then you get distracted for a half second, turn your head, and your child has seemingly vanished. There’s no fear quite like it. I have certainly been there.

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It’s no secret that I love eggplant and, over the years, I’ve gotten every preparation under the sun down cold—with one glaring exception. With no space at home for a grill and a strong aversion to turning on my oven in the summer, grilled eggplant has remained my culinary white whale. Until now.

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The kids are bored. The kids are hot. The car is dirty. I think we all know what needs to be done.

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Summertime and the living is ... the best we can manage given current circumstances. 2020 continues to surprise, amaze, and horrify, but at least we’ve got a bunch of video games coming out.

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A quick review of this month’s new, original Netflix offerings quickly reveals my personal biases.

For example, I’m well aware of the geek-friendly properties, both new and returning: Season two of The Umbrella Academy, based on the comic by Gerard Way and Gabriel Bá; the premiere of Cursed, based on a YA novel…

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With Father’s Day around the corner on June 21, we here at The Inventory urge you to think ahead when it comes to ordering gifts online. Because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, even the largest supply chains are having trouble keeping up with demand, not to mention the bottlenecks impacting the United States Postal…

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Netvue Dog Camera | $35 | Amazon

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Got any fun plans this summer? Or is your summer going to look much like the end of winter and all of spring this year—except more outdoors than indoors? Most of us will not be going out in public all that much, let alone somewhere fancy. So really, the only shoes your kids needs this summer are water shoes.

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J.Crew, Neiman Marcus, JCPenney, Pier 1 Imports: These are just a few of the retailers that have filed for bankruptcy during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Co-opulace, I have a problem. Despite living in a tiny, close-quarters apartment, it’s time for me to cut the cord and shell out for one of those fancy stick vacuums y’all love so much on Kinja Deals. Because my cat—whom I’ve spoken about extensively on this website—is an absolute hot mess, I’m now having to vacuum on…

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From the days of American slavery to the present, the world has seen an abundance of media depicting black trauma—from death to violence and everything in between.

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Featured Deal: Philips Hue White Ambiance Smart Bulb Starter Kit | $120

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KZ S2 | $50 | Indiegogo

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There are many fruits and vegetables that make one think springy, sunny thoughts, but none do it quite like the ruby-hued, super-tart rhubarb. It’s great in pies, jams, and even in vodka, but a quick pickling lets you impart a bit of sweet and sour brightness to virtually every kind of dish.

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Given the protests against police brutality these past few weeks, as well as the killings of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and many others at the hands of police, it’s well worth looking at how the U.S. compares to other countries when it comes to the prevalence of police violence.

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As the parent of a sports-obsessed 10-year-old, I was grateful that I was able to relive the Michael Jordan era with my son by watching The Last Dance, ESPN’s series chronicling the Chicago Bulls’ 1997-98 championship season. I was even more pleased that it led to us having in-depth conversations about Jesse Helms’…

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