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If prayers are to be offered at gatherings of government bodies, they certainly shouldn’t be monopolized by a single religious tradition
But if the country’s giant banks were to face failure today, funds from investors and depositors might not be enough to keep them afloat.
Four-year degrees are passe. More and more often, administrators want to draw attention to six- or even eight-year graduation rates, as if this was the new normal.
The cancer awareness raised by Jolie is helpful, but the answers aren't easy.
Adoptees are the last group of Minnesotans denied full self-awareness and identity.
Minnesota Chamber president: Why didn't they listen to our suggestions?
Watch the way the Republicans are handling today’s controversies and it’s easy to see how their tactics could backfire.
Major items on union wish-lists were left undone by the 2013 Legislature.
Would a real spy carry a wig in a backpack? The way the arrest was turned into a public spectacle suggests it was a setup by the Russian security service.
Deliberately defying orders, breaking laws and challenging the government doesn't fit the old stereotype of women deferential to authority.
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