One killed, 7 injured in passenger van rollover near airport

Adobe Stock image SALT LAKE CITY — One person was killed and many others injured when a multipassenger van crashed with another vehicle and rolled Tuesday in Salt Lake City. The van was carrying 10 to 12 people — all construction workers going to work — when it crashed at the intersection of Wright Brothers Drive and Amelia Earhart Drive, west of the Salt Lake City International Airport, about 6:50 a.m., according to the Salt Lake City Fire Department. Details on what caused the accident were not immediately available. One person in the van was killed. Three were taken by medical helicopter and four by ambulance to local hospitals, a… Read More

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These $11 Silicone Ear Hooks Are the Only Thing That Stop My AirPods From Falling Out

AirPods are arguably one of the most coveted tech accessories of recent years, and for good reason: Wireless listening makes almost every task easier. I love that I’m able to ditch tangled cords that get in the way, so I can listen to music during my workouts and chat on the phone hands-free. However, there’s one time that even I, an AirPods enthusiast, find myself missing wired headphones: When one of the tiny earbuds gets a little too loose and falls from my ear without the bungee-like feature of a cord to stop it from smashing to the ground. As it turns out, my ears are just weirdly shaped —… Read More

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Bebe Rexha on Her Bipolar Disorder: I Would Have ‘Weird Emotions, Weird Thoughts All the Time’

Bebe Rexha is opening up about living with bipolar disorder and why she felt it was important to share her story with her fans. The 30-year-old singer, who covers Self‘s March issue, explained in the accompanying interview that she was “very fearful” at first to publicly reveal her mental health status. “I didn’t want to think there was something wrong with me,” she said of going public with her diagnosis in April 2019. The star explained that she had only learned that she was bipolar shortly before sharing the news with her followers. “That was my worst fear all my life: going crazy. I felt like me opening up to… Read More

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Warren Buffett slammed Wells Fargo’s fake-accounts scandal as a ‘total disaster’ after the bank agreed to a $3 billion settlement

Warren Buffett called Wells Fargo’s fake-accounts scandal a “total disaster” in a CNBC interview on Monday. The bank agreed to pay $3 billion and admitted to opening accounts without customers’ permission and charging improper fees in a settlement deal last week. “They obviously had a very dumb incentive system … and the big thing is they ignored it when they found out about it,” the billionaire investor and Berkshire Hathaway CEO said. “The shareholders are paying for something that didn’t do them any good whatsoever,” Buffett added. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Warren Buffett blasted Wells Fargo for its fake-accounts fiasco in a CNBC interview on Monday. The… Read More

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Stephen Miller’s alleged management style is nothing like what experts tell you about how to be a good boss

Stephen Miller is one of Donald Trump’s foremost advisors when it comes to immigration policy. A recent profile from The New Yorker gave an inside look into his management style. But many of his reported management approaches go against researchers’ suggestions of how to be a good boss. Here are five things to avoid when it comes to management. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Stephen Miller, a senior advisor to Donald Trump who orchestrated much of the White House’s immigration policy, has a management style known for its harshness, according to a new report. A profile of Miller by Jonathan Blitzer in The New Yorker Friday reports on… Read More

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Australia Is Hiring Backpackers to Help With Bushfire Recovery

Australia has extended its working holiday visa rule from six months to 12 months for visitors who want to help with bushfire relief efforts. The change in the Working Holiday Maker program will allow backpackers to assist in the work necessary for recovery including demolition, land clearing, and repairing dams, roads and railways. Working holiday visas can also be extended for a second year using the working days accumulated from recovery efforts. Acting Minister for Immigration, Citizenship, Migrant Services and Multicultural Affairs Alan Tudge described the initiative as locally driven, but assured it will be a massive effort that is effective immediately. “These hard-working Australians have been hit by the… Read More

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The Bachelorette’s Chad Johnson Arrested After Alleged Fight with Girlfriend

Chad Johnson has been arrested after getting into an alleged fight with his girlfriend, PEOPLE confirms. A spokesperson with the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to PEOPLE that Johnson — who competed on JoJo Fletcher‘s season of The Bachelorette as well as Bachelor in Paradise — was arrested Monday afternoon on robbery with domestic violence enhancement charges. According to TMZ, which first reported the news, Johnson’s girlfriend, Annalise Mishler, said he had gotten physical with her and officers found visible red marks on her face. The outlet reports that Johnson was charged with robbery because he allegedly grabbed her phone away while she called 911. Ahead of the arrest, Mishler… Read More

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With Police Closing In, Suspected ‘Serial Killer’ Accused of 6 Murders Shoots Himself

A suspected serial killer linked to the murders of at least six people in three different Michigan cities allegedly shot himself in the head on Monday after being cornered by police. PEOPLE confirms that Kenyel Brown, 40, is listed in critical condition at a Detroit-area hospital. Last week, Detroit Police identified Brown as the chief suspect in the fatal shootings of Kimberly Green, 48, and Dorian Patterson, 52, in River Rouge on Jan. 30. As a result, Brown’s face was featured heavily on local media news programs. On Monday, Brown was recognized in Detroit at an adult bookstore, but by the time police arrived, he had left. Investigators learned that… Read More

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The CDC is warning travelers about visiting 5 countries because of coronavirus. Here’s the US government’s guidance for Americans.

The US State Department and CDC have both issued travel notices for countries affected by the Wuhan coronavirus.As of Monday, the coronavirus has killed at least 2,600 people and infected more than 80,000 people in 35 countries worldwide.The US State Department has issued the most severe threat-level warning for China, and strongly recommends that all US citizens avoid traveling to the country.Here’s the US government’s guidance for countries that have reported cases of the virus…. …read more Source:: AOL.com       

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