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AllAfrica.com
MEC Reginah Mhaule - Mpumalanga Education 2016/17 Prov Budget VoteMembers of the Community in the gallery and all our citizens who are following
MEC Reginah Mhaule - Mpumalanga Education 2016/17 Prov Budget Vote
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 minutes ago
Members of the Community in the gallery and all our citizens who are following us from various media platforms, I hereby extend special greetings to you all First and foremost, let me take this opportunity to extend my greatest appreciation and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Is Private Education Filling the Void?Private higher education institutions are mushrooming around the continent, but
Is Private Education Filling the Void?
AllAfrica.com / Posted 18 minutes ago
Private higher education institutions are mushrooming around the continent, but are they effective? The number of private universities operating in Africa is growing, and the sector is generating a groundswell of interest amongst investors. In 1960... Read more
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Quartz
A remote Himalayan village in India runs its own insurance scheme for its extraordinary horses — Quartz NO HORSING AROUND Sagnam Village (Himachal...
A remote Himalayan village in India runs its own insurance scheme for its extraordinary horses
Quartz / Posted an hour ago
— Quartz NO HORSING AROUND Sagnam Village (Himachal... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why Strive to Improve Mental Health in ChildrenMoshi — Children's mental health is without doubt the most important aspect of
Why Strive to Improve Mental Health in Children
AllAfrica.com / Posted an hour ago
Moshi — Children's mental health is without doubt the most important aspect of any child's social and cognitive development. Children need to have a good mental health status if they are going to live up to their full potential and truly live a life... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
State colleges seek to increase graduation ratesSome 23.6 percent of the 15,066 students enrolling for the first time at an Ark
State colleges seek to increase graduation rates
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted an hour ago
Some 23.6 percent of the 15,066 students enrolling for the first time at an Arkansas four-year institution in fall 2009 graduated in four years, while 39.7 percent of those students graduated in six, according to data from the state Department of... Read more
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CTV News
One year since Rachel Notley, NDP crushed Alberta's ToriesEDMONTON - Premier Rachel Notley and her NDP government blow out the candle thi
One year since Rachel Notley, NDP crushed Alberta's Tories
CTV News / Posted 2 hours ago
EDMONTON - Premier Rachel Notley and her NDP government blow out the candle this week on the one-year anniversary of an historic election win followed by a year of change Alberta has not seen in a generation. In 12 months, Notley has laid the... Read more
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The Fairmont Sentinel
Blue Earth group wins Twins grantBrent Legred, Blue Earth Area Youth Baseball Association president, said the gr
Blue Earth group wins Twins grant
The Fairmont Sentinel / Posted 4 hours ago
Brent Legred, Blue Earth Area Youth Baseball Association president, said the grant is funded by the Minnesota Twins Community Fund, a non-profit organization with a history of providing funds to community programs, while holding a positive... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Proposed spending plan for Passaic Valley High School up 2.48 percentLITTLE FALLS - Passaic Valley Regional High School (PVHS) Board of Education tr
Proposed spending plan for Passaic Valley High School up 2.48 percent
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 8 hours ago
LITTLE FALLS - Passaic Valley Regional High School (PVHS) Board of Education trustees presented their proposed spending plan for the 2016-2017 academic year during a public hearing on April 26. Colin Monahan, interim business administrator/board... Read more
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Palm Beach Daily News
Palm Beach In Memoriam: Mid-October 2015 to April 2016Oct. 12, 2015 Wallace McTammany Born in Providence, R.I., he graduated from H
Palm Beach In Memoriam: Mid-October 2015 to April 2016
Palm Beach Daily News / Posted 15 hours ago
Oct. 12, 2015 Wallace McTammany Born in Providence, R.I., he graduated from Hope High School in 1939 and attended the Rhode Island School of Design. Mr. McTammany was known as one of the most prolific architectural delineators of the 20th century,... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Japanese-American internment: 'Ignorance of such stories may mean we repeat them'Newberry Honor-winning author Kirby Larson will be visiting Juneau to speak at
Japanese-American internment: 'Ignorance of such stories may mean we repeat them'
Juneau Empire / Posted 18 hours ago
Newberry Honor-winning author Kirby Larson will be visiting Juneau to speak at local schools and to attend a book signing for her young adult, historical novel “Dash,” which won the Scott O’Dell for historical fiction. It’s a tale about a... Read more
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Business Insider
Canada's oil and gas industry could be 'lower for a long time, possibly forever'are gradually rising because of market physics and investor sentiment. Federal
Canada's oil and gas industry could be 'lower for a long time, possibly forever'
Business Insider / Posted 20 hours ago
are gradually rising because of market physics and investor sentiment. Federal and provincial politicians are softening their opposition to, and have even publicly declared support for, pipelines to tidewater. The worst is over. However, it is... Read more
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FOX Business
This Scary Social Security Trend Can't Be Ignored Any LongerImage source: Pixabay. For retired Americans, there's probably no program more
This Scary Social Security Trend Can't Be Ignored Any Longer
FOX Business / Posted 22 hours ago
Image source: Pixabay. For retired Americans, there's probably no program more important than Social Security. More than 40 million retired workers were receiving monthly benefit payments as of March 2016, with a recent Gallup poll suggesting that... Read more
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FOX Business
This Scary Social Security Trend Can't Be Ignored Any LongerImage source: Pixabay. Continue Reading Below For retired Americans, there's
This Scary Social Security Trend Can't Be Ignored Any Longer
FOX Business / Posted 22 hours ago
Image source: Pixabay. Continue Reading Below For retired Americans, there's probably no program more important than Social Security. More than 40 million retired workers were receiving monthly benefit payments as of March 2016, with a recent... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Rocky region demands a Fair Go for health servicesROCKHAMPTON residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidab
Rocky region demands a Fair Go for health services
The Morning Bulletin / Posted yesterday
ROCKHAMPTON residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidable diseases caused by smoking, drinking and obesity than Australians living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
How Tampa kept cool before air conditioningPeople have been swimming in the natural waters in and around Tampa from the ti
How Tampa kept cool before air conditioning
The Tampa Tribune / Posted yesterday
People have been swimming in the natural waters in and around Tampa from the time the first Paleoindian arrived thousands of years ago. The natural springs in the area were said to have restorative powers — possibly a result of the elevated sulfur... Read more
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examiner.com
Nile Rodgers honors Bono and Jimmy Carter at We Are Family Foundation GalaIt was a mutual admiration society as Nile Rodgers honored Bono, and President
Nile Rodgers honors Bono and Jimmy Carter at We Are Family Foundation Gala
examiner.com / Posted yesterday
It was a mutual admiration society as Nile Rodgers honored Bono, and President Jimmy Carter, at the We Are Family Foundation (WAFF) Gala on April 29, 2016 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City. Bono received the Humanitarian Award for his... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Jaguars Insider: Revamped defense has promise, now must jellThree years into the reclamation project, the Jaguars are convinced their defen
Jaguars Insider: Revamped defense has promise, now must jell
The Florida Times-Union / Posted yesterday
Three years into the reclamation project, the Jaguars are convinced their defensive foundation is no longer made of sand and prone to collapse against the slightest threat. They believe the right free agents have been signed, the ideal players have... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
Game 7 result could determine Raptors' future directionTORONTO – Two years have passed and in some ways not much has changed. The Toro
Game 7 result could determine Raptors' future direction
Sportsnet.ca / Posted yesterday
TORONTO – Two years have passed and in some ways not much has changed. The Toronto Raptors are playing Game 7 at home on a Sunday, a chance to advance to second round for the… Yes, you know all that. Vince Carter, 2001 blah, blah, blah. And yes,... Read more
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Sun Star
Education changes lifeLIFE is difficult. This is the first line of the phenomenal book in 1978 entitl
Education changes life
Sun Star / Posted yesterday
LIFE is difficult. This is the first line of the phenomenal book in 1978 entitled "The Road Less Travelled." This is also the description of people who have had to experience hard times. But Danilo Canon Galarion preferred to look at hardship as a... Read more
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Salon.com
Our gun myths are all wrong: The real history behind the Second Amendment clichés that have sustained our lethal gun cultureAn abridged history of the American gun culture, told from legend and popular m
Our gun myths are all wrong: The real history behind the Second Amendment clichés that have sustained our lethal gun culture
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
An abridged history of the American gun culture, told from legend and popular memory, might go like this: We were born a gun culture. Americans have an exceptional, unique, and timeless relationship to guns, starting with the militias of the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Jamiu Afolabi - Nigerians Should Understand the Dynamics of Restructuring a Prostrate EconomyAlhaji Jamiu Afolabi is a Chartered Accountant and member of the Board of Trust
Jamiu Afolabi - Nigerians Should Understand the Dynamics of Restructuring a Prostrate Economy
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
Alhaji Jamiu Afolabi is a Chartered Accountant and member of the Board of Trustees of the All Progressives Congress (APC). He is one of the frontline governorship aspirants of APC in the forthcoming election in Ondo State. In this interview... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
I Sold Toothbrushes Before I Became Deputy Governor - Adegbenga KakaHe always gives thanks to God for sparing his life. When in primary school, Sen
I Sold Toothbrushes Before I Became Deputy Governor - Adegbenga Kaka
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
He always gives thanks to God for sparing his life. When in primary school, Senator Adegbenga Kaka, erstwhile deputy governor of Ogun State under Aremo Olusegun Osoba, was struck by an ailment that made him unconscious and nobody had a hint he would... Read more
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Business Insider
A new report argues you're more likely to die in a mass extinction than a car crashNuclear war. Climate change. Pandemics that kill tens of millions. These are t
A new report argues you're more likely to die in a mass extinction than a car crash
Business Insider / Posted yesterday
Nuclear war. Climate change. Pandemics that kill tens of millions. These are the most viable threats to globally organized civilization. They’re the stuff of nightmares and blockbusters—but unlike sea monsters or zombie viruses, they’re real, part... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Up In Flames: Kenya Burns More Than 100 Tons Of IvoryTo burn or not to burn? That is the question facing African countries in their
Up In Flames: Kenya Burns More Than 100 Tons Of Ivory
KPBS San Diego / Posted yesterday
To burn or not to burn? That is the question facing African countries in their fight against the multimillion-dollar illegal ivory trade. Kenya, which introduced the world to burning ivory in 1989, still thinks it's a good idea. On Saturday morning,... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Up In Flames: Kenya Burns More Than 100 Tons Of IvoryTo burn or not to burn? That is the question facing African countries in their
Up In Flames: Kenya Burns More Than 100 Tons Of Ivory
KERA North Texas / Posted yesterday
To burn or not to burn? That is the question facing African countries in their fight against the multimillion-dollar illegal ivory trade. Kenya, which introduced the world to burning ivory in 1989, still thinks it's a good idea. On Saturday morning,... Read more
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New Kerala
Dance foundation launches crowd funding programm- - newkerala.com #56961Mumbai, April 30 : FLY dance foundation, a non profit organisation, has launche
Dance foundation launches crowd funding programm- - newkerala.com #56961
New Kerala / Posted yesterday
Mumbai, April 30 : FLY dance foundation, a non profit organisation, has launched a crowd funding campaign to support dancers from every walk of life. The foundation provides scholarship training programmes to talented children from disadvantaged... Read more
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DW
Trade in academic work thrives in Macedonia and Bosnia |Igor wasn't hard to get in touch with. His services as one of Macedonia's most
Trade in academic work thrives in Macedonia and Bosnia |
DW / Posted yesterday
Igor wasn't hard to get in touch with. His services as one of Macedonia's most prolific ghostwriters of postgraduate theses were advertised all over the internet and in newspapers. You pay. He does the work. You get the degree. "It's a legitimate... Read more
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ABC News
10 Things Every Woman Should Know About Maintaining Healthy BonesWhen it comes to protecting your body's 206 bones, it's never too early to star
10 Things Every Woman Should Know About Maintaining Healthy Bones
ABC News / Posted 2 days ago
When it comes to protecting your body's 206 bones, it's never too early to start, says Abby Abelson, MD, chair of the department of rheumatic and immunologic diseases at the Cleveland Clinic. "Many women don't even think about their bones until they... Read more
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Marshall Independent
Campus CompactIn honor of 's 30th anniversary, along with over 400 other presidents and chanc
Campus Compact
Marshall Independent / Posted 2 days ago
In honor of 's 30th anniversary, along with over 400 other presidents and chancellors from across the country, I have signed an action statement to recommit to SMSU's role in advancing the public purposes of higher education. The... Read more
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The News & Observer
The Day's Best Photos | 04.29.16 | News & Observer Serbian Orthodox Christian pilgrims carry wooden c
The Day's Best Photos |
The News & Observer / Posted 2 days ago
04.29.16 | News & Observer Serbian Orthodox Christian pilgrims carry wooden crosses along the Via Dolorosa (Way of Suffering), during the Good Friday procession in Jerusalem's Old City on April 29, 2016. Thousands of pilgrims... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
3 Financial Benefits of Getting Married Later in LifeThere was a time when getting married in your 30s was considered scandalously l
3 Financial Benefits of Getting Married Later in Life
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 2 days ago
There was a time when getting married in your 30s was considered scandalously late. That attitude has since changed, especially given the increasing number of people who are delaying marriage, whether for their education, their career, or another... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Gebhardt: 40 Years of Family, Community and Automotive PassionE. Gebhardt was not impressed when his son Paul began driving a Mercedes-Benz 2
Gebhardt: 40 Years of Family, Community and Automotive Passion
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted 2 days ago
E. Gebhardt was not impressed when his son Paul began driving a Mercedes-Benz 280 in Washington, Iowa, population 7,000, in the early 1960s. After all, the elder Gebhardt had been in the business of selling General Motors vehicles since 1929 and... Read more
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FOX Business
3 Financial Benefits of Getting Married Later in LifeThere was a time when getting married in your 30s was considered scandalously l
3 Financial Benefits of Getting Married Later in Life
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
There was a time when getting married in your 30s was considered scandalously late. That attitude has since changed, especially given the increasing number of people who are delaying marriage, whether for their education, their career, or another... Read more
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FOX Business
3 Financial Benefits of Getting Married Later in LifeThere was a time when getting married in your 30s was considered scandalously l
3 Financial Benefits of Getting Married Later in Life
FOX Business / Posted 2 days ago
There was a time when getting married in your 30s was considered scandalously late. That attitude has since changed, especially given the increasing number of people who are delaying marriage, whether for their education, their career, or another... Read more
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News Mail
Don’t forget about us: we deserve a better lifeBUNDABERG residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidable
Don’t forget about us: we deserve a better life
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
BUNDABERG residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidable diseases caused by smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term... Read more
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LinuxInsider.com
Codenvy, Samsung Team to Power IoT DevelopmentThe release of the professional toolset is part of Samsung's partnership with C
Codenvy, Samsung Team to Power IoT Development
LinuxInsider.com / Posted 2 days ago
The release of the professional toolset is part of Samsung's partnership with Codenvy to make it easier to build, deploy and manage applications for the Internet of Things, Codenvy said. The ARTIK IDE is the first open source cloud IDE platform... Read more
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TechNewsWorld.com
Codenvy, Samsung Team to Power IoT Development | DevelopersThe release of the professional toolset is part of Samsung's partnership with C
Codenvy, Samsung Team to Power IoT Development | Developers
TechNewsWorld.com / Posted 2 days ago
The release of the professional toolset is part of Samsung's partnership with Codenvy to make it easier to build, deploy and manage applications for the Internet of Things, Codenvy said. The ARTIK IDE is the first open source cloud IDE platform... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Battle ahead to bring health up to par with big smokeand obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdes
Battle ahead to bring health up to par with big smoke
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term outlook for our region's residents is dire. The Daily Examiner today reveals a set of shocking statistics as... Read more
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Daily Examiner
CLARENCE Valley residents are more likely to die of avoidabland obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdes
CLARENCE Valley residents are more likely to die of avoidabl
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term outlook for our region’s residents is dire. The Daily Examiner today reveals a set of shocking statistics as... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
An uphill battle for our healthMACKAY residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidable di
An uphill battle for our health
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
MACKAY residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidable diseases caused by smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
We face an uphill battle for equal healthTOOWOOMBA residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidable
We face an uphill battle for equal health
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
TOOWOOMBA residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidable diseases caused by smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term... Read more
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Queensland Times
Ipswich faces battle to get health on par with cityIPSWICH residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidable d
Ipswich faces battle to get health on par with city
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
IPSWICH residents are more likely to take their own lives or die of avoidable diseases caused by smoking, drinking and obesity than Aussies living in capital city suburbs. A special ARM Newsdesk analysis of public health data shows the long-term... Read more
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Mashable
4 crucial steps to climb before seeking financing for your startupto see proof of concept and some traction first — and that's hard when you're j
4 crucial steps to climb before seeking financing for your startup
Mashable / Posted 2 days ago
to see proof of concept and some traction first — and that's hard when you're just getting started. So, what comes first, the product or the financing? The revenue or the investment? Investors are essentially taking a chance on the future of your... Read more
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CBS Dallas - Fort Worth
Dallas Cowboys Bosses: Unfiltered Quotes From The NFL DraftIRVING (105.3 THE FAN) – Sometimes it’s best to get Cowboys quotes unfiltered b
Dallas Cowboys Bosses: Unfiltered Quotes From The NFL Draft
CBS Dallas - Fort Worth / Posted 2 days ago
IRVING (105.3 THE FAN) – Sometimes it’s best to get Cowboys quotes unfiltered because then there is no writerly bias or spin. With thanks to the Cowboys media department, the Thursday night press conference featuring Jerry Jones, Stephen Jones and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Lizzie Marvelly: Culture of silenceIt’s time to break through the barrier of fear that enables abusers within the
Lizzie Marvelly: Culture of silence
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
It’s time to break through the barrier of fear that enables abusers within the music industry to prey on their victims with impunity. Lizzie Marvelly has herself been a victim of abuse from colleagues within the industry. Photo / Fiona Goodall,... Read more
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Zero Hedge
Why Canada's Oil Industry May Never Be The SameSubmitted by David Yager via OilPrice.com, Never is a long time. The dictionar
Why Canada's Oil Industry May Never Be The Same
Zero Hedge / Posted 2 days ago
Submitted by David Yager via OilPrice.com, Never is a long time. The dictionary definition is, “at no time in the past or future; on no occasion; not ever.” In the volatile oil and gas industry, those who try to look that far into the future and... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
More stores join supermarket fray

NC_Wilmington -

SOUTHEASTERN N.C. -- The local retail fight that

More stores join supermarket fray
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 2 days ago

NC_Wilmington -

SOUTHEASTERN N.C. -- The local retail fight that once pitted Food Lion against Harris Teeter for grocery store supremacy has become an increasingly crowded battlefield.

Including the impending arrival of several... Read more

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FOX News
Jerry Jones really wanted to draft QB Paxton Lynch in the first roundJerry Jones doesn't always get what he wants at the NFL Draft, and sometimes th
Jerry Jones really wanted to draft QB Paxton Lynch in the first round
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
Jerry Jones doesn't always get what he wants at the NFL Draft, and sometimes that's a good thing. On Thursday night, the Dallas Cowboys owner wanted to draft a backup for Tony Romo in the first round, but ended up with a replacement for DeMarco... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Modern-day slavery: Shining a spotlight on human traffickingCOUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Most people don’t believe human trafficking happens in Amer
Modern-day slavery: Shining a spotlight on human trafficking
FOX Carolina / Posted 2 days ago
COUNTY, SC (WMBF) – Most people don’t believe human trafficking happens in America, and certainly not in South Carolina. They see it as something that only happens in movies like “Taken.” Sadly, they are wrong. Today, a spotlight is shining onto... Read more
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The Atlantic
You're More Likely to Die in a Human Extinction Event Than a Car CrashNuclear war. Climate change. Pandemics that kill tens of millions. These are t
You're More Likely to Die in a Human Extinction Event Than a Car Crash
The Atlantic / Posted 2 days ago
Nuclear war. Climate change. Pandemics that kill tens of millions. These are the most viable threats to globally organized civilization. They’re the stuff of nightmares and blockbusters—but unlike sea monsters or zombie viruses, they’re real, part... Read more
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