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Navajo Nation faces extreme flood conditions as most roads are made of dirt Navajo Nation faces extreme flood conditions as most roads are made of dirt Many in the Navajo Nation are having to choose between work and safety when driving on flooded rodes after monsoon storms wreaked havoc on unpaved areas. NAVAJO NATION - While much of the Valley is cleaning up downed trees from the monsoon storms over the last few days, in Navajo

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These beat up stocks are poised for a big rally: Goldman Sachs The rout in a good number of cyclical stocks amid resurgent COVID-19 infections this past month is overdone and it's time to buy ahead of a coming big rally, contends Goldman Sachs.  "Among U.S. industries, Airlines (19% below its 52-week high) and Hotels (11%) rank among the laggards in recent weeks. If our economic outlook proves correct, these stocks should rebound in coming months. Likewise, the Energy sector trades 12% below where it traded a month ago and our commodity strategists’ bullish forecast for oil suggests those stocks also represent a

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The majority of athletes, many in so-called non-revenue sports, doing camps and lessons, making occasional personal appearances, or working their social media, there'll be more modest sums for sure. "The reality is, [making money off NIL opportunities] is just like anything else," here are the findings said Jim Cavale, CEO of the content-providing software platform INFLCR (pronounced "influencer"). "What you put in is what you get out. Any student-athlete who thinks this is just going be an automatic windfall of revenue, is insane." "You're going to have to work at it. Some athletes will

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Irish fish quality will be hit by EU demands on weighing, committee told Move ‘disastrous’ for those landing smaller amounts carefully stored onboard, producer says Fishermen unload their catches. Photographer: Chris J. Ratcliffe/Bloomberg The quality of fresh fish landed in Irish harbours will be adversely affected by European Commission demands for a move to pier-side weighing of catches, an Oireachtas committee has heard. The new system is being introduced in the wake of a European audit of Irish fisheries and its weighing systems which has been the focus of hostility from across the i

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