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How to Turn a Dozen Eggs into 5 Workday Lunches
Hard boiled eggs are your new best friend for protein-packed, easily portable lunches.
What It Takes for an Independent Record Store to Survive Now
Even as legacy music shops continue to shutter across the country, Midwestern institution Used Kids has managed to stay afloat for the last 30 years and counting. How do they do it?
That's What Happens When You Bring a Gun to a Snake Fight
Don’t worry, honey, I’ll take care of that snake for you. . . Oh (explicit!!!) This funny clip shows what happens when A: you mess with snakes, and B: you’re not a very good shot. Before you try to pull off a stunt like this, make sure you at least hit the range first. Folks …
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Will Cigna And Anthem Merge? How Health Insurance Companies Pump Money Into Politics
The art of the deal? Cigna and Anthem are spending big to push regulators to approve a giant merger — one that could drive premiums up and limit treatment and coverage options.
How the Washington Post got it wrong on cow burps and greenhouse gases
A recent article featured in the Washington Post suggests that cattle burps are the main contributor to greenhouse gas emissions and climate change. However, the figures don’t add up. Here are the real statistics on livestock production and the environment to share with friends on Facebook today.
Times wins top award at newspaper convention
The Times has won the Vance 24 times since it started in 1985
How 5 siblings pleading to stay together as a family became a ‘great crisis’
Kansas youngsters ages 2 to 11 are looking for a family who will keep them together. Viral response clogs AdoptKSKids website in what organizer calls a “great crisis to have.”