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Motley Fool: Faster-growing Nasdaq stocks

For those folks, there's a relatively new ETF: the Nasdaq Next Gen 100 (QQQJ). It focuses on the next 100 biggest Nasdaq companies, including many popular stocks that don't have trillion-dollar market values.
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At tourist sites, masking up without diluting the experience

What’s the best kind of mask to wear with a tricorn hat? That’s a question for the CDC. And also the other CDC: the Costume Design Center at Colonial Williamsburg, which is tasked with outfitting the museum’s staff of interpreters in garb suitable for residents of an 18th century Virginia town.
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As temperatures drop, cool blues can create calm

With winter fast approaching, you might be looking for more muted or soothing tones to help decorate the home. Blue can be serene and elegant, and the color can help create a sense of calm without feeling boring or bland. Looking to integrate blue into your decor? Here are some top tips.
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Ask the Builder: Replacing a cracked undermount sink

Tim, can you solve a conundrum for me? My bathroom was remodeled about two months ago, and the vanity has a granite top with a china undermount sink. Yesterday, I noticed a long crack in the sink that extends up from the drain hole. The contractor claims I did it by dropping something. I didn't. He won't repair it. What can be done?
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New migration maps serve as tools to help big game in West

The life-or-death journey made by mule deer during the second-longest big game migration in North America came down to their ability to squeeze through a fence — a discovery made by scientists using wildlife GPS tracking techniques to map animal migrations in the West in unprecedented detail.

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Motley Fool: Faster-growing Nasdaq stocks

For those folks, there's a relatively new ETF: the Nasdaq Next Gen 100 (QQQJ). It focuses on the next 100 biggest Nasdaq companies, including many popular stocks that don't have trillion-dollar market values.
News >  Travel

At tourist sites, masking up without diluting the experience

What’s the best kind of mask to wear with a tricorn hat? That’s a question for the CDC. And also the other CDC: the Costume Design Center at Colonial Williamsburg, which is tasked with outfitting the museum’s staff of interpreters in garb suitable for residents of an 18th century Virginia town.
News >  Features

As temperatures drop, cool blues can create calm

With winter fast approaching, you might be looking for more muted or soothing tones to help decorate the home. Blue can be serene and elegant, and the color can help create a sense of calm without feeling boring or bland. Looking to integrate blue into your decor? Here are some top tips.
News >  Features

Ask the Builder: Replacing a cracked undermount sink

Tim, can you solve a conundrum for me? My bathroom was remodeled about two months ago, and the vanity has a granite top with a china undermount sink. Yesterday, I noticed a long crack in the sink that extends up from the drain hole. The contractor claims I did it by dropping something. I didn't. He won't repair it. What can be done?
News >  Nation/World

New migration maps serve as tools to help big game in West

The life-or-death journey made by mule deer during the second-longest big game migration in North America came down to their ability to squeeze through a fence — a discovery made by scientists using wildlife GPS tracking techniques to map animal migrations in the West in unprecedented detail.