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Drake, “Certified Lover Boy”: The Canadian rap star’s sixth album and follow-up to 2018’s “Scorpion” was bumped from summer 2020 to some time in January.

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Georgians are already heading to the polls, absentee and early voting proved decisive for the Democrats in the November election, helping to secure their victory in the Peach State. Will the same still hold in the 2021 January runoff elections? 

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You can visit only one theme park a day until January. Park Hopper ticket options, which let guests visit multiple parks on the same day, are being sold online, but you won’t be able to use Park Hopper until next year. Starting Jan. 1, 2021, guests with the Park Hopper ticket option or an annual pass with Park Hopper benefits will be allowed to visit more than one park per day after 2 p.m.

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All roads lead to Georgia, as the ambitions of Democrats and Republicans now rest in the Peach State. Georgia residents react to the presidential race and explain how they feel about the power they now hold in deciding the balance of power in the Senate. 

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While it’s not unusual for bars to capitalize on the Dry January trend, offering mocktails as an alternative to patrons, there’s another mechanism for mindful drinking: Dry-ish January, according to Jennifer Contraveos, Chicago-based senior portfolio ambassador for Bacardi USA.

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“How helpful Dry January is may vary from person to person,” said Mark Zissman, a psychologist and clinical director of Lake County services at Gateway Foundation treatment centers. Zissman points to studies that show taking a month off from drinking can help in various ways, improving sleep and resulting in weight loss.

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The U.K.-based group Alcohol Concern, now named Alcohol Change UK, started the trending Dry January challenge in 2013. In its first year, 4,000 people took part, according to the group. The group projects that 10% of those who drink in the U.K. will take part in the challenge this month and abstain from alcohol.

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The businessmen were not hiding in the shadows while making secretive deals. They were basking in the limelight. One spoke with reporters, oth…

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