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How To Keep Spiders Out Of Your Home


While most spiders are completely harmless, many people would still rather them not be in their homes. Here are four effective ways of deterring spiders from your home. Seal Any Potential Entry Gaps Spiders can find a way into your home using the smallest of gaps. It's worth looking around your house and sealing any tiny gaps that a spider could use to infiltrate your home. Make A Peppermint Oil Spray Peppermint oil is the best option to effectively repel spiders permanently. This is because spiders smell through their legs and the overpowering scent of peppermint will send them scrambling. Use Citronella Scented Candles Citronella candles are commonly used in the summer months to keep wasps and mosquitos away. But during the winter months, they can help keep spiders out of your home too. A White Vinegar Spray White vinegar isn't just great for cleaning, it is also effective at repelling spiders from your home. Try spraying half water and half vinegar over windows and other entrances where bugs and spiders could be sneaking in.



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The U.S. Marks The 21st Anniversary Of The 9/11 Terror Attacks

In a somber ceremony at the Pentagon on Sunday, President Joe Biden marked the 21st anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.The President laid a wreath honoring victims killed at the pentagon on September 11, 2001, whose names were also read out loud.In a speech, President Biden called on Americans to stand together to defend democracy."No terrorists could touch the wellspring of American power, and it falls to us to keep it safe on behalf of all those we lost 21 years ago, on behalf of all those who have given their whole souls to the cause of this nation every day since," said President Biden.Vice President Kamala Harris attended a ceremony at Ground Zero in New York City where victims' family members and friends read stories of their lost loved ones.SEE MORE: 9/11 Memorials Stretch Across The U.S. To Honor And Educate"Joe, I held your first baby grandson in my arms. You should have been holding him. We love you and we miss you," said Jim Giaccone, who lost his big brother, Joseph Giaccone, in the September 11 attacks.First Lady Jill Biden spoke at a ceremony in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, where 40 passengers died when United Flight-93 crashed."9/11 touched us allit changed us all. But it reminded us that with courage and kindness we can be a light in that darkness," said the First Lady.The attacks on the Pentagon and the World Trade Center sparked a global "war on terror" and two decades of fighting in Afghanistan, where U.S. troops withdrew from last year.The ceremonies also come one month after a U.S. drone strike killed Ayman al-Zawahri, a key Al-Qaeda leader who helped plan the attacks.Vice President Harris did not give a speech in New York. By tradition, no political figures speak at the ceremony at Ground Zero.

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