The New Gold Rush: Where To Buy Cryptocurrency

Whether it’s Elon Musk or Warren Buffet, cryptocurrency is the buzz word in the financial markets. Released in 2009, Bitcoin was the first decentralized digital asset and undoubtedly the most popular cryptocurrency to date. While Bitcoin and Ethereum are popular coins familiar to many, emerging altcoins, like the meme-based Dodge coin, or Shiba Inu coin are setting social media afire […]

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Young Pakistanis rush to purchase Russian vaccine as private sales open

Karachi: Thousands of Pakistanis rushed to get inoculated in the first round of commercial sales of COVID-19 vaccines that began over the weekend, with vaccination sites in the southern city of Karachi saying they had already sold out. Pakistan is currently offering free vaccines to frontline healthcare workers and people over the age of 50, but the drive has thus […]

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Celebrities rejoice over Rush Limbaugh's death with foul tweets

Celebrities line up to celebrate the death of Rush Limbaugh: Amber Tamblyn tells him to ‘rot in purgatory’, Billy Baldwin hopes he will ‘enjoy hell’ and Rosanna Arquette calls his final days ‘lonely, sad and empty’ Radio host Rush Limbaugh, 70, died at home in Palm Beach, Florida, on Wednesday morning following a 12-month battle with lung cancer Conservatives mourned […]

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Pence to Rush Limbaugh: Coronavirus outbreak may be ‘behind us’ by June

Vice President Mike Pence, the head of the government’s coronavirus task force, believes the US coronavirus pandemic may be largely “behind us” by early June if cases continue falling. In an interview with conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh on Thursday, Pence was optimistic that a large number of Americans may have been exposed to COVID-19, leading to a “degree of […]

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Alaska’s ‘gold rush’ pics are a time machine into the state’s transformation – The Sun

BREATHTAKING photos have surfaced of the historic Alaska gold rush 120 years later. A staggering 112 metric tons of the valuable metal was found in the seaport of Nome, which would become the largest town in Alaska at the time. Thousands of people poured into the region looking for fortune and glory, and their stories were documented by photographer Frank […]

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