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    Pasta is one of the world’s most popular foods: It’s versatile, convenient and satisfying. However, it’s a little-known fact that each shape and style is best suited to specific types of Italian cuisine.

    Wine pairing is a delicate process of combining food dishes with the perfect wine to help elevate the dining experience. Here are some food and wine pairing guidelines that will have you wine-matching like a sommelier before you know it.

    Prior to the pandemic, the median combined loan-to-value ratio for U.S. mortgages was around 75%, meaning that the typical buyer put 25% down on a home. That figure fell to below 70% by the beginning of 2021, and remained there until rebounding back to 75% in the second quarter of 2022. A si…

    In the time between your morning and nighttime routines, your bathroom sink gathers all sorts of gross buildup. Blobs of toothpaste, makeup spills, soapy residue, hard water spots and more can collect on the surface throughout the day, creating some serious grime that can’t simply be rinsed away when you wash your hands. A daily wipe-down with a damp cloth or a cleaning wipe can help deter some of the worst gunk, but you should plan to do a deeper clean about once a week.


    The Justice Department has been scrutinizing a controversial artificial intelligence tool used by a Pittsburgh-area child protective services agency following concerns that the tool could lead to discrimination against families with disabilities, The Associated Press has learned. The interest from federal civil-rights attorneys comes after an AP investigation revealed potential bias and transparency issues surrounding the increasing use of algorithms within the deeply troubled child welfare system in the U.S. Several civil rights complaints were filed in the fall about the Allegheny Family Screening Tool, which is used to help social workers decide which families to investigate.

    A Kentucky commission assigned to distribute money from a massive settlement with opioid companies has made its first funding award. The Kentucky Opioid Abatement Advisory Commission has awarded $10.5 million to a pilot treatment program. State Attorney General Daniel Cameron made the announcement Tuesday. The pilot program will offer behavioral health treatment options for people struggling with substance use disorder as an alternative to incarceration. The commission oversees the state’s portion of funds stemming from nationwide settlements with several companies for their roles in the opioid addiction crisis. Kentucky will receive hundreds of millions of dollars.

    Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly , While this edgy couple is yet to set a date, the nuptials will be anything but conventional if their engagement story is anything to go by. Back in January, the Bloody Valentine star, real name Colson Baker, popped the questions to the Transformers actress w…