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The U.S. economy is reliant on consumer spending—can it survive a pandemic?

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How did the U.S. arrive at the point where mass consumption—and the greenhouse gas emissions associated with it—is necessary for economic and social well-being? The COVID-19 pandemic has radically affected the American economy, reducing spending by American households on materials goods, air travel, leisure activities, as well as the use of automobiles. As a result, greenhouse gas emissions have temporarily fallen dramatically . Read Full Story

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Editor’s Pick: This ‘no poo’ shampoo gave me full, silky hair—and healed my sensitive scalp

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Hairstory’s New Wash is a detergent-free no-foam alternative to shampoo, and it has no sulfates or parabens. I love my dermatologist like a devoted child. She is a medical, not cosmetological, dermatologist, so she really homes in on the health of my skin and what I put on it. So earlier this year, when she recommended that I switch to a “no poo” from a sham poo because there are a couple of ingredients (cocamidopropyl betaine and methylisothiazolinone) in shampoo that irritate my skin, I got to researching. Try as I may, I couldn’t find a single one that didn’t have one or the other. That is, until I found New Wash by Hairstory . Read Full Story

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Unemployment extension update: Is the extra benefit $400 or $300? What’s taking so long?

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Many Americans are wondering what is happening with the latest coronavirus relief package and the extra unemployment ordered by President Trump. Heading into yet another weekend of inaction on Capitol Hill, many Americans may be wondering what is happening with the latest coronavirus relief package, the extra unemployment ordered by President Trump, and the promise of another $1,200 stimulus check. Short answer: Nothing is happening anytime soon. The politicians making these decisions are now consumed by political party season, and Washington is cleared out. The Democratic National Convention is next week, followed by the Republican National Convention, followed by 10 weeks of presidential election campaigning mania. Here’s the latest: Read Full Story

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