close Video Fox News Flash top headlines for January 19 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what's clicking on Foxnews.com. Joel Embiid doesn't need to emulate any other NBA star. He proved Wednesday night that he's in a class on his own. Embiid tied his career high with 50 points in just 27 minutes, leading a dominant third quarter that carried the Philadelphia 76ers to a 123-110 victory over the Orlando Magic . Embiid also had 12 rebounds and three blocks while making 17 of 23 field goals and 15 of 17 free throws. The four-time All-Star and MVP candidate played just 58 seconds of the fourth quarter. Before the game, teammate Tyrese Maxey asked Embiid: "Who you going to be tonight? Shaq (O'Neal)? Dirk (Nowitzki)?" "(He said) ‘I’m going to be Joel,’" Maxey said. "(I said) ‘You go be Joel.’ And that’s what he did." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM Philadelphia … [Read more...] about Joel Embiid ties career high with 50 points, 76ers beat Magic
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0 Community Corner Your 5-minute read to start the day: How to get a free COVID-19 test; naked and busted in the NFL; meet the giraffe named after Betty White. Beth Dalbey , Patch Staff Posted | Updated Reply Good morning! It's Wednesday, Jan. 19. If you're like millions of Americans, you may have chosen to start your day with Wordle , a fun little internet game that tests your logic and spelling skills. And if you're reading this, it means your survived the ginormous asteroid that buzzed Earth (this was expected). Here are some of the stories we're following: The family of an Illinois man killed in a tornado late last year is suing Amazon, saying employees were forced to continue working despite the company's knowledge of dangerous weather. Americans can order up to free four rapid COVID-19 antigen tests on a government website that went live in a soft launch Tuesday. The FBI called the 10-hour standoff at a … [Read more...] about ‘This Was All Taken From Us’: Amazon Sued Over Deadly Tornado
0 This post is sponsored and contributed by Personal Finance Should you move to a new house or are you already standing on your own diamonds? That's a question that homeowners have long pondered. Newrez , Brand Partner Posted Reply (Originally published by Newrez.) Should you move to a new house or are you already standing on your own diamonds? That's a question that homeowners have long pondered. It can be a tough decision, however, ultimately the answer can be found by determining what's best for you and your current budget. Let's take a closer look at a few factors to help you make the right decision. How Much Does It Cost to Move? This will depend on how much you're bringing with you, how far you're moving, and what season it is. You also need to factor in the cost of selling which includes things like agent commission, title insurance, and possibly capital gains tax. Other things to factor in are the … [Read more...] about How To Decide Between Remodeling Or Moving
10 Health & Fitness The study, done by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, was done before omicron and before COVID-19 booster doses were available. Associated Press , News Partner Posted Replies NEW YORK, NY — A new study in two states that compares coronavirus protection from prior infection and vaccination concludes getting the shots is still the safest way to prevent COVID-19. The study examined infections in New York and California last summer and fall and found people who were both vaccinated and had survived a prior bout of COVID-19 had the most protection. But unvaccinated people with a past infection were a close second. By fall, when the more contagious delta variant had taken over but boosters weren't yet widespread, that group had a lower case rate than vaccinated people who had no past infection. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, which released the study Wednesday, noted several … [Read more...] about Prior Infection, Vaccines Provide Best Protection From COVID-19
0 This post is sponsored and contributed by Personal Finance Equity is the difference between your mortgage balance and home's current worth. Newrez , Brand Partner Posted Reply (Originally published by Newrez.) Equity is the difference between your mortgage balance and home's current worth. For example, if you purchase a home and put 10% down, then you have 10% equity in the home from the start. An example with numbers: Say the amount owed on a mortgage is $100,000 and the home is currently worth $200,000. In this case, there's $100,000 in home equity. How to Build Equity in My Home It's important to note that equity can increase or decrease over time. While the goal is to increase equity over time, a decrease in home equity is possible, and typically is attributed to a decrease in the value of the home. Large Down Payment One of the most common ways to increase equity is to put more money down … [Read more...] about What Is Equity?
Dear Amy: I have an issue that I need to bring to you. I always felt that my daughter, “Carol” (from my first marriage) isn’t really “mine.” She was the product of a wife that cheated on me, and although my wife always swore that she was mine, I find that highly unlikely. I feel that Carol knows this, but we are both uncomfortable about bringing that up. I was involved in her upbringing and accepted her as mine in her earlier years, but we just grew apart. I see her on Facebook from time to time and although she is now a grandmother, she seems unhappy — in a hidden way. Her mother died 20 years ago. I think I have located her reluctant, biological father, but I don’t know if I should get involved because she may shun him, or she may be hurt because it’s been 50 years, now. A DNA test will be the proof and I am scared that (1) this whole thing will be about a father that doesn’t want her (2) I may freak out and find that after 50 years she was mine all along. … [Read more...] about Ask Amy: A father ponders parental possibilities