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THE IDEA OF A “virtual convention,” with politicians and TV stars vamping for video cameras while delegates and spectators watch alone at home, seemed about as far as a political event can get from Gerri King‘s living room.

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AS THE FEDERAL RESERVE chair warned of lasting damage if Congress does not pass another relief package, New Hampshire’s delegation was talking up the next federal stimulus package — the HEROES Act, which currently clocks in at about $3 trillion. New Hampshire cities and towns stand to get an…

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A SPOKESMAN FOR the National Republican Congressional Committee on Wednesday called Rep. Chris Pappas a “hypocrite” for accepting support from a so-called “dark money” group after he sponsored a bill requiring those groups to disclose who funds them.

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DEAR HELOISE: I recycle jars from baby food-size to spaghetti sauce-size to bring my lunch to work in. I can pack pasta salads, tossed salads, dressings, soup and a lot of other goodies to be eaten cold or microwaved for lunch. It saves money, time and tastes even better on a second day.

DEAR ABBY: My family just came back from a relative’s after a weekend visit. The occasion was a birthday party, and he had a tattoo artist come over. My boyfriend — the father of our 14- and 3-year-olds — spent our last $100 and went ahead and got himself a tattoo! We aren’t rich, and we had…


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JPMorgan Chase has agreed to pay more than $920 million to settle investigations with federal agencies after admitting to multiyear scheme to manipulate market prices through illegal trading practices.


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