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Hooters waitress reveals how much she typically makes in tips, with one shift netting her as much as $408 on top of her $2.13 hourly wage
Kirsten Songer, who works at Hooters, used a TikTok video to discuss the tips she earns on top of her hourly wage of $2.13.
I took a 30-hour train from New York to Miami, and the motion sickness and terrible sleep were too much for me
Insider's reporter spent 30 hours on an Amtrak train from New York City to Miami, and she said the journey was too long and too bumpy.
These 5 items are facing shortages or higher prices. Here’s where you can actually buy them affordably right now
The shortages are due to a variety of issues, such as shipping delays, transportation issues, labor shortages and more. “Many industries are affected, from cars to construction to consumer packaged goods,” says Trae Bodge, smart shopping expert at TrueTrae.com. This is due to shipping issues around wood pulp, which is used to make toilet paper, Bloomberg notes.
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Ex-soldiers offered mercenaries $10,000 a week to join a private army that would fight in Yemen's civil war, prosecutors says
The German nationals tried to recruit up to 150 men, including ex-cops and soldiers, to join the private army to fight Houthis Shia militants.
BEIJING (Reuters) -China's latest COVID-19 outbreak is increasingly likely to spread further, a health official said on Sunday, as authorities urged all regions to step up monitoring and called for a reduction in travel across provinces. China has largely contained the virus but it is determined to stamp out any sporadic local outbreaks, particularly in the run-up to the 2022 Winter Olympics in February. More than 100 locally transmitted cases have been confirmed over the last week across 11 p