Prime Day sees up to 30% off PC components and accessories

All you need for your PC this Prime Day.

Promotions like Prime Day are the times to check out the prices on some PC hardware and accessories, allowing you to upgrade your PC (or build a new one from scratch) for less. Right now, there are plenty of internal components and accessories listed with some discounted by as much as 30%. And these are some big brands too, including the likes of HyperX and Seagate.

Up to 30% off PC Hardware



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Prime Day is a fine day for anyone shopping for new PC components and accessories. Products from HyperX, Crucial, Seagate, and others are on sale right now.

We’ve rounded up some of our favorites from this collection below. To see what else is included in this promotion, be sure to check out the Amazon listing.

PowerColor Radeon RX 5500 XT



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Phoenix jewelry store sees more engagements during pandemic

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Could the pandemic change your love life? A Phoenix shop owner thinks it is for his customers. Jim Kufeldt owns Diamond Jim’s Jewelry. Since the pandemic, he said he’s seeing more people than usual buying engagement rings.



a woman talking on a cell phone: Alexis Amezquita got engaged back in May.


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Alexis Amezquita got engaged back in May.




More people are buying engagement rings during the pandemic.


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More people are buying engagement rings during the pandemic.


“Bridal sales are up about 50 to 75%,” said Kufeldt.

Alexis Amezquita got engaged back in May.

“My whole Instagram feed looks a lot different,” said Amezquita. “People do one of three things during the quarantine. They either purchased a house, got engaged or had a baby.”

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Biden campaign sees opportunity in military women, spouses, people of color

Mariel Padilla, The 19th
Published 4:13 a.m. MT Oct. 3, 2020

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Nearly 500 retired generals, admirals and senior civilian national security officials endorse Joe Biden and blast President Donald Trump.

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This story was published in partnership with The 19th, a nonprofit, nonpartisan newsroom reporting on gender, politics and policy.

As the military’s support of President Donald Trump declines, according to recent polls, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s campaign is working to woo both veterans and the families of active military members by capitalizing on media reports of Trump’s comments about the military, as well as the support of a high-profile military spouse. 

Given the increased diversity of the military — which has been going up for decades even as the total veteran population declines — talking to women and voters of color are key to the Biden campaign’s strategy. 

Rory Brosius, an advisor to the Biden campaign

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Phoenix jewelry store sees more engagements during pandemic | Coronavirus in Arizona

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) – Could the pandemic change your love life? A Phoenix shop owner thinks it is for his customers. Jim Kufeldt owns Diamond Jim’s Jewelry. Since the pandemic, he said he’s seeing more people than usual buying engagement rings.



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More people are buying engagement rings during the pandemic.




“Bridal sales are up about 50 to 75%,” said Kufeldt.

Alexis Amezquita got engaged back in May.

“My whole Instagram feed looks a lot different,” said Amezquita. “People do one of three things during the quarantine. They either purchased a house, got engaged or had a baby.”

Kufeldt said the business boom was a big shock.

“We just never expected it,” said Kufeldt. “I’m delighted … I think what’s happened is people are realizing what’s important. Love is eternal, and everyone wants to have love in their life.”



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Alexis Amezquita got engaged back in May.


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Low-cost fashion chain H&M sees sales 16% drop due to virus

Swedish low-cost fashion brand Hennes & Mauritz AB says its third quarter sales fell 16% to 51 million kronor ($ 5.7 million), largely as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic

STOCKHOLM — Swedish low-cost fashion brand Hennes & Mauritz AB said Thursday its third quarter sales fell 16% to 51 million kronor ($ 5.7 million), largely as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

At the beginning of the quarter, approximately 900 of the group’s more than 5,000 stores were temporarily closed. At the end of the quarter just over 200 stores were temporarily closed.

The Stockholm-based retailing group said its profit after tax for the period June 1– Aug. 31 amounted to 1.8 billion kronor ($200 million). A year earlier, it had reported a profit of 3.9 billion kronor.

“Through much-appreciated collections and rapid, decisive actions, we returned to profit already

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