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Views expressed on the companies mentioned in this article are those of the writer and therefore may differ from the official recommendations we make in our subscription services such as Share Advisor, Hidden Winners and Pro. Here at The Motley Fool we believe that considering a diverse range of insights makes us better investors. Our 6 ‘Best Buys Now’ Shares History shows that alcohol sales balloon in times of severe recession. It’s why beverages stocks are considered to be safe havens for when the rest of the world goes to hell in a handcart. It’s why I reckon Stock Spirits Group (LSE: STCK) could be a top buy for ISA investors today.This small-cap operates in the Central and Eastern European spirits market, and in particular in Polish and Czech territories. It’s no small fish either. Through a stable of more than 40 brands it has managed to outperform the market in recent times in key segments like vodka. Both values and volumes are booming and are likely to continue doing so in the current climate.5G is here – and shares of this ‘sleeping giant’ could be a great way for you to potentially profit!According to one leading industry firm, the 5G boom could create a global industry worth US$12.3 TRILLION out of thin air…And if you click here we’ll show you something that could be key to unlocking 5G’s full potential…Right now Stock Spirits provides great value for money. As well as sporting a forward P/E ratio of just 11 times it boasts a chunky 4.7% dividend yield too. It’s a top buy in these tough times.Dial into big dividendsTelecom Plus (LSE: TEP) is another big-yielding safe haven I’d gladly load into my Stocks and Shares ISA.Telecoms and utilities are two of the most popular sectors when economic conditions are trying like now. The earnings visibility of companies therein tend to be stronger than those in most other market segments. And Telecom Plus, through its role as gas and electricity supplier and broadband and mobile phone services operator, straddles both sectors.Don’t just consider the FTSE 250 firm as the perfect lifeboat in these troubled times though. Trading at the business continues to pick up pace and Telecom Plus delivered record revenues and profits in the last financial year (to March 2020). Customer numbers have continued to climb (up 2.7% in the recently-finished period, to above 650,000) while the list of services it provides also keeps ballooning (up 6.2% to 2.69m).The telecoms titan’s shares don’t come cheap, as reflected by a slightly-toppy forward P/E multiple of 24 times. I’d be happy to accept paying a premium price for it though, given the peace of mind (and the robust profits picture) that its range of essential services provide. Besides, a chunky 4.2% dividend yield for fiscal 2021 helps to take the edge off.Another top ISA buyDefence is one more popular rush-to-safety stock sector during troubled periods. Recent news flow shows that the appetites of some of the world’s major military powers to boost weapons spend remains healthy, despite the coronavirus outbreak and its far-reaching economic implications.It’s one of the reasons I reckon BAE Systems (LSE: BA) is a great pick for ISA investors today. This particular FTSE 100 stock is, of course, a major supplier to the world’s largest defence spender, the US, where its hardware is used in planes, ships and for a wide variety of other applications. It can expect to do more business with Washington (and its allies) after it sealed a $275m deal to acquire Raytheon Technologies’s Airborne Tactical Radios division last week.Despite these qualities, BAE Systems is pretty cheap. It carries a forward earnings multiple of around 11 times. 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KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — Nelson Cruz got a second chance and delivered a go-ahead single with two outs in the 10th inning, giving the Minnesota Twins a 5-4 victory over the sloppy Kansas City Royals. Trevor Hildenberger got the final out of the ninth inning for Minnesota, and Blake Parker breezed through the bottom half of the 10th to earn the save. The Royals took the lead with one out in the eighth on an inside-the-park home run by Adalberto Mondesi, only for starter-turned-reliever Ian Kennedy to cough it right back up in the ninth. Jorge Polanco led off with a double and, after Cruz flied out, Eddie Rosario delivered his first hit of the season to tie the game. Rosario eventually reached third on a single by Marwin Gonzalez, but Kennedy bounced back to retire Jonathan Schoop and escape the inning. MASON CITY — The NIACC softball team has cracked into the national Division II softball rankings this week. The Lady Trojans are ranked 20th with a 12-6 overall record. Jones Community College of Mississippi is ranked first. Half of the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference teams are in this week’s rankings with DMACC 4th, Iowa Central 5th, and Kirkwood ranked 7th. NIACC swept Iowa Central on Monday, and they’re scheduled to host Kirkwood this afternoon starting at 2 o’clock. THIS AFTERNOON:AM-1300 KGLO — Minnesota Twins at Kansas City — pre-game 11:30, first pitch 12:10 ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Zach Parise scored twice in his return from injury, Devan Dubnyk made 32 saves and the Minnesota Wild briefly kept their playoff hopes alive with a 5-1 win against the Winnipeg Jets. Victor Rask, Joel Eriksson Ek and Marcus Foligno also scored for Minnesota, which entered play five points behind Colorado for eighth in the Western Conference. The Wild are in 10th place and would have automatically been eliminated from the postseason with a loss, but at the end of the night were put out of playoff contention with Colorado’s win over Edmonton. LINCOLN — Former Iowa State coach Fred Hoiberg was introduced on Tuesday as the new coach at Nebraska. Hoiberg decided to get back into coaching after being fired last December by the Chicago Bulls. He takes over a Husker program that has been to the NCAA Tournament once since 1998 and is the only major conference program to never win an NCAA Tournament game.Hoiberg was a star player at Iowa State and as a coach led ISU to four trips to the NCAA Tournament in five years.Hoiberg says Iowa State will always be a special place for him.The 46-year-old Hoiberg was born in Lincoln and grandfather Jerry Bush was the Cornhuskers coach from 1954 to 1963. Another grandfather was a professor at Nebraska and his parents are graduates of the school. MASON CITY — Mason City finished second at their own Mohawk Relays girls track meet last night. Waverly-Shell Rock won two relays and three individual events to accumulate 140 team points. The Mohawks were second with 107 points, followed by Owatonna with 102, New Hampton with 87.5, Fort Dodge with 77.5 and North Fayette Valley with 65. Winning events for Mason City were Hannah Thomas in the 400 hurdles and long jump, Grace Tobin in the shot put, Odeline Daughtery in the 400, Nienke van Aalst in the 100 hurdles, and the 4×100 relay. read more