Author name: Judy Daugherty

Judy Daugherty is a writer who has been writing for the Prairie Island News for over ten years. Her work focuses on politics, health, business, parenting, and finance. She also writes about her hobbies which include gardening, reading, and traveling.

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AI startup Perplexity wants to upend search business. News outlet Forbes says it's ripping them off

The artificial intelligence startup Perplexity AI has raised tens of millions of dollars from the likes of Jeff Bezos and other prominent tech investors for its mission to rival Google in the business of searching for information. But its AI-driven search chatbot is already facing challenges as some news media companies object to its business […]

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33 Best Los Angeles Airbnbs to Book in 2024

We highly suggest scrolling through the best Los Angeles Airbnbs if you’re looking for a travel-worthy daydream. The best part is that it’s pretty easy to turn that fantasy into your next getaway—and what better destination to escape to than the City of Angels? Home to Universal Studios, diverse cultures, infinite farmer’s markets (and Erewhon),

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G7 leaders agree to lend Ukraine billions backed by Russia's frozen assets. Here's how it will work

WASHINGTON — Leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy democracies have agreed to engineer a $50 billion loan to help Ukraine in its fight for survival. Interest earned on profits from Russia’s frozen central bank assets would be used as collateral. Details of the deal were being hashed out by G7 leaders at their summit

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Biden to nominate Christy Goldsmith Romero as FDIC chair after abrupt departure of predecessor

NEW YORK — President Joe Biden will nominate Christy Goldsmith Romero to replace Martin Gruenberg as head of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. The announcement from the White House on Thursday came after Gruenberg’s tenure became marred by allegations of workplace abuse that led to him to resign. A longtime financial regulator, Goldsmith Romero is

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Tesla shareholders approve $46 billion pay package for CEO Elon Musk

In the history of U.S. corporate pay packages, there have been plenty of massive payouts worth almost $1 billion in today’s dollars. But none comes close to the $46 billion pay deal Tesla shareholders on Thursday handed to CEO Elon Musk.  The results of the shareholder vote, which concluded today, were announced during Tesla’s annual meeting, prompting

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Jeremy Strong’s Brooklyn Condo Sells as His Former Rental Hits the Market

Apparently, when the door to one Williamsburg pad linked to Jeremy Strong closes, another one opens. The actor, who won an Emmy for his role as media scion Kendall Roy on the HBO megahit Succession, listed his Williamsburg, Brooklyn, condo last fall for $1.9 million. That Emmy, plus Strong’s other awards, made an appearance in

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The Tallest Building in the US Is Coming—and It’s Expected to Reach a Staggering Height

What could soon be the tallest building in the US has just been approved to be built at an “unlimited height,” reports People. The new record holder, which would overtake One World Trade Center in New York City, would be nowhere near the shimmering skylines of the Big Apple, Chicago, or Los Angeles, but rather

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DNR orders for Down syndrome patients far exceeded pandemic norm

The first year of the pandemic was marked by a sustained surge in hospital visits, forcing providers to stretch resources to meet needs. Discussions about triaging patients and rationing care were of great concern to Down syndrome advocates at the time, says Stephanie Santoro, an assistant professor of pediatrics at Harvard Medical School and co-author

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