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AP-NORC poll: On game day, some see prayer as a Hail Mary

AP-NORC poll: On game day, some see prayer as a Hail Mary

Dolores Mejia thought the Chicago Bears could use a Hail Mary.
Mexico nuns’ culinary innovations live on in storied cuisine

Mexico nuns’ culinary innovations live on in storied cuisine

PUEBLA, Mexico (AP) — Each September, when Mexico celebrates its independence from Spain, people nationwide delight in chiles en nogada, a seasonal dish of mild poblano peppers stuffed with ground pork and fruit, smothered in a sauce of walnut, parsl

UK's Truss meets with fiscal watchdog amid economic crisis

LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Liz Truss and her Treasury chief met with the independent Office of Budget Responsibility on Friday amid efforts to ease concerns about unfunded government tax cuts that have unleashed turmoil on financial markets
Inflation hits record 10% in 19 EU countries using euro

Inflation hits record 10% in 19 EU countries using euro

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — Inflation in the European countries using the euro currency has broken into double digits as prices for electricity and natural gas soar , signaling a looming winter recession for one of the globe's major economies as higher
Unpaid internships face new scrutiny as barriers to careers

Unpaid internships face new scrutiny as barriers to careers

The value of an internship is unmistakable. It teaches marketable skills, it builds professional networks, and it helps students test-drive careers.
No single fix for anti-Indigenous racism in Canada's health-care system: doctor

No single fix for anti-Indigenous racism in Canada's health-care system: doctor

Bernice Thorassie couldn't help but speak up on behalf of a patient in the emergency room of a northern Manitoba hospital after being treated there herself and noticing staff attitudes that smacked of anti-Indigenous racism.
Canada terror rules unchanged as Afghans face humanitarian crisis and winter looms

Canada terror rules unchanged as Afghans face humanitarian crisis and winter looms

OTTAWA — Opposition parties and aid groups say the Trudeau government is dragging its feet in carving out exemptions to anti-terrorism laws to allow humanitarian groups to reach desperate people in Afghanistan.
Wave of retirement hits Canadian workforce as healthcare, education lose workers

Wave of retirement hits Canadian workforce as healthcare, education lose workers

TORONTO — Canada is facing a wave of retirements driven by workers in high-pressure sectors, with an increasing number retiring before they turn 65.
Dining in the dark: Brussels eateries tackle energy crunch

Dining in the dark: Brussels eateries tackle energy crunch

BRUSSELS (AP) — While European Union nations are still mulling a cap on gas prices, some businesses are more in a hurry for solutions to the continent's energy crisis.
'Big impact': UK economic chaos, pound plunge hit businesses

'Big impact': UK economic chaos, pound plunge hit businesses

LONDON (AP) — Like many small business owners in Britain, Harry Niazi hoped for government help to keep his south London fish and chip shop going in the face of rocketing energy bills and soaring inflation.