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Ask anyone with an herb garden who enjoys cooking, and they’ ll tell you that freshly picked basil, rosemary– or most any herb– can make an ordinary dish extraordinary. You’ ll hear them predict that once you plant a few herbs and use them, you’ ll get carried away because it’ s so enjoyable, not to mention productive. You’ ll use the bounty every day to add zest and flavor to all...

Because the real estate profession offers high earnings potential, flexible schedules for families, and a low barrier to entry, it attracts a large number of women who are looking for a career change, a second job, or coming back to the workforce after a career break. Researchers ranked metr…

In one of the busiest corridors for illegal border crossings, Cubans, Colombians and Venezuelans are often released to pursue asylum in the United States. Meanwhile, Hondurans struggle to be allowed to pursue asylum after entering the country. The opposite fortunes illustrate the dual nature of border enforcement under pandemic-era limits on seeking asylum, known as Title 42 authority. President Joe Biden wanted to end them Monday, but a federal judge in Louisiana issued a nationwide injunction that keeps them intact. Some nationalities are heavily affected by Title 42, while others aren't.

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy is calling for “maximum” sanctions against Russia during a virtual speech at the World Economic Forum gathering. He says in a virtual speech Monday that sanctions need to go further to stop Russia’s aggression, including an oil embargo, all of its banks blocked and cutting off trade with Russia completely. Zelenskyy says his country has slowed Russian advances and his people’s courage has stirred unseen unity of the democratic world. He pushed for the complete withdrawal of foreign companies to prevent supporting its war.

Vice President Kamala Harris and U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy are warning of burnout among the nation’s health care staff after more than two years of the COVID-19 pandemic. Their warning also points to the potential for severe worker shortages in the years ahead without action. Harris and Murthy are visiting Children’s National Hospital in Washington on Monday. Murthy will unveil a report sounding the alarm over a projected shortage of 3 million essential low-wage health workers in the next five years. Also projected is a shortage of nearly 140,000 doctors by 2033.

A doctor who chairs a World Health Organization expert group has described the unprecedented outbreak of the rare disease monkeypox in developed countries as “a random event” that might be explained by risky sexual behavior at two recent mass events in Europe. In an interview with the Associated Press, Dr. David Heymann, said the leading theory to explain the more than 90 cases of monkeypox in a dozen countries including Britain, Spain, Switzerland, France, the U.S. and Australia was sexual transmission among gay and bisexual men at two raves held in Spain and Belgium.

Amanda Bynes is "very interested" in appearing in a 'What I Like About You' reboot, after her co-star Jennie Garth recently said she wants to bring back the show.

Misinformation in the pet food market abounds. To help determine fact from fiction, here's research on the most common misconceptions about pet food.

Misinformation in the pet food market abounds. To help determine fact from fiction, ManyPets researched 10 of the most common misconceptions around pet food.

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