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How RADIOHEAD Predicted Our Tumultuous Times 20 Years Ago…

How did Radiohead go from producing conventional hits like “Creep” to becoming one of the most innovative acts in music history? By pivoting from stadium-friendly guitar rock to a more abstract, electronic sound that feels timelier than ever, says critic Steven Hyden. In “This Isn’t Happening,” which arrives Tuesday, he tells the story of “Kid…

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Bigger Poll Lead Than Hillary…

Donald Trump is drawing more support than in 2016 among Hispanic voters and the white working class. Joe Biden is doing better than the prior Democratic nominee, Hillary Clinton, among seniors and white college graduates. Add up the changes in voter preferences, as recorded by Wall Street Journal/NBC News polls this month and in September…

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30 out of 33 child marriages stopped during lockdown

As many as 33 child marriages were reported in Madurai district from March 25 to August-end, during the COVID-19 pandemic-induced lockdown. Data obtained from the district administration. shows 30 child marriages were stopped by the officials and the first information report was filed in the remaining three cases.Collector T.G.Vinay says officials from the Social Welfare…

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Business CMHC, worried about excessive household debt, wanted tighter mortgage rules for competitors

CMCH CEO thinks regulators should pair lower-for-longer interest rates with strict lending rules to limit credit woesAuthor of the article:Barbara ShecterPublishing date:Sep 25, 2020  •   •  4 minute readCMHC CEO Evan Siddall in 2015. Photo by Galit Rodan/Bloomberg filesArticle contentOfficials in Ottawa discussed forcing private mortgage insurers to tighten eligibility rules, but ultimately balked, leaving…