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Last week we began looking at the lives of sisters Emma and Della Olson of Round Prairie. They both worked as Methodist missionaries in southe…

“Never mind the danger, never mind what his mother thought. This was living. This is what he wanted to do. On and on and on.”

The injuries to Cade Cunningham and LeMelo Ball have made this season another dreary one for the Pistons and Hornets, but the presence of those two players mean improvement could certainly come quickly if they’re back to full health.

You've accepted an invitation to interview for a position that sounds great. But now you're reading negative comments in online reviews about what working for the company is really like. How should you handle the interview?

Former President Donald Trump’s calls for protests ahead of his anticipated indictment in New York have generated mostly muted reactions from supporters. Even some of Trump's most ardent loyalists are dismissing the idea as a waste of time or a law enforcement trap.

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A new report says an estimated 43,000 people died amid the longest drought on record in Somalia last year and half of them likely were children under 5 years old. It's the first official death toll in the drought withering large parts of the Horn of Africa. At least 18,000 people are forecast to die in the first six months of this year. The report released by the World Health Organization and the United Nations children’s agency and carried out by the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine says "the current crisis is far from over." Somalia faces a sixth consecutive failed rainy season.

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