The blue checkmark goes public Twitter is opening the blue checkmark to everyone. Starting today, the company will let users request a verified account on its website by filling out a form with a verified
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Dear Liz: My husband and I have run into some serious medical bills recently. We have insurance, but one provider is out of network with a huge deductible and low payout, while another claim was flat-out
Got cash? If you’re going to Cuba, you’ll need it, because your plastic won’t work at most places. The island nation has two currencies: Cuban convertibles (called “CUC,” pronounced “Cukes”) and pesos.