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                                President Joe Biden speaks about border security in the Roosevelt Room of the White House, in January 2023, in Washington. Biden announced the cancellation of an additional $1.2 billion in student loan debt for about 153,000 borrowers today, his latest effort at student debt relief after the Supreme Court blocked a more sprawling plan last year.
Biden cancels $1.2 billion in student loan debt

Biden, who is in the midst of a three-day campaign swing through California, made the announcement as part of a new repayment plan that offers a faster path to forgiveness, putting the spotlight on his debt cancellation efforts in his reelection campaign. Read more

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A satisfying pasta dinner

Swirling chile crisp, a popular Chinese condiment, and spinach into fettuccine Alfredo gives you an immensely satisfying meatless one-dish dinner. Read more

A quick, simple meal

When it comes to matzo brei (rhymes with fry), preferences run deep. Do you like yours salty and peppery, with crispy edges, or softer and sweeter, served with a drizzle of syrup or shower of powdered sugar? Read more

NEW YORK TIMES / JAN. 15
                                Victoria Martocci and her husband, Erik Stein, are still weighing whether to rebuild their scuba diving business, which burned in Maui’s Aug. 8 wildfires.
Maui’s economy still reeling from wildfires

Twisted and charred aluminum mixed with shards of glass still lines the floor of the industrial warehouse where Victoria Martocci once operated her scuba diving business. Read more

NEW YORK TIMES
                                Alexander Rainer, who runs the Rochelt distillery in Fritzens, Austria, fills bottles with schnapps.
Snowy peaks, rushing rivers and schnapps to warm your soul

When winter arrives in western Austria and the sun disappears all too quickly behind the snow-capped Alps, you can stand in bare orchards and still taste the sun-ripened fruit that the trees once bore — just sip a glass of schnapps. Read more


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