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What happens when abortion supporters are confronted with the truth about abortion? Several videos are changing the minds of those who were once pro-choice.

WASHINGTON—Blasting the Middle Eastern nation for the brutal assault on the Olympic figure skater, President Donald Trump claimed Tuesday that Iran was behind the infamous 1994 attack on Nancy Kerrigan. “It is because of the crazed actions of the Ayatollah that a world-class athlete was cut down in her prime,” said Trump, describing how the Supreme Leader of Iran Ali Khamenei used a baton to bludgeon…

Oregon’s Legislature just enacted the most significant legislation for Oregon employers in years. The new Workplace Fairness Act has been hailed as a

From Rock the Garden to the Minnesota Garlic Festival, we've got your summer agenda set beyond the State Fair. #MNfestivallife

Luis Hummel had previously sued the Department of Agriculture after his license was suspended.

The University of Minnesota and Children's Minnesota pursued an agreement last year to combine their competing hospitals into a "new, independent pediatric care system." Management disagreements scuttled the discussions.

The Japanese Obon Festival (Previously known as the Lantern Lighting Festival) is the largest Japan-related festival in Minnesota and occurs once a year in Como Park. The Japanese Obon Festival features many different cultural experiences from stage performances and activities to a wide variety of Japanese food
The Japanese Obon Festival provides an array of Japanese traditions and fun for the whole family
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Lamedh 89 Forever, O Lord, your word is firmly fixed in the heavens. 90 Your faithfulness endures to all generations; you have established the earth, and it stands fast. 91 By your appointment they stand this day, for all things are your servants. 92 If your law had not been my delight, I would have …

Furniture retailer replaces its homegrown WMS for tighter supply chain management such as greater inventory accuracy and better fulfillment options.

Momokusu Iwata grew up in a family of musicians, but he first develped interest in the shammisen after he was watching an animation, “Naruto”, on TV when he was nine years old. He was surprised by the sound of Tsugaru Shamisen in the show, which made him immediately decide to play the Shamisen
In 2012, he was admitted to Tokyo University of the Arts, where he studied Nagauta Shamisen at school. During this time, he was asked to participate in Momoiro Clover Z's…

A recent study concluded that while the vast majority of married couples who separate will eventually divorce (within three years), approximately 15% remain separated indefinitely, even past the 10-year mark. Why would a couple choose to do this? Or, to put it another way, are there actually advantages to long-term separation over divorce? More on the Study's Findings

Minnesota Pollution Control Agency says it needs to consider another environmental review.

WASHINGTON—Defending the law enforcement agency from criticism about detaining thousands of people who had been living or seeking asylum in the U.S., Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials argued Tuesday that migrants in their camps are free to die at any time. “It’s been our position from the beginning that if anyone we’ve detained doesn’t like it here, they’re welcome to drop dead,” said ICE acting director…

Find out how accounting automation is revolutionizing the workplace and what you can do to stay relevant if you’re in accounting and finance.

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Italy is now experiencing its third recession in a decade, its economy’s downward trajectory increasingly resembling Dante’s descent into his Inferno’s nine circles of hell (minus the prospects of ultimate redemption). Following the EU rule book to which it promised compliance has “asphyxiated Italy’s domestic demand and exports—and resulted not just in economic stagnation and a generalized productivity slowdown, but in relative and absolute decline in many major dimensions of economic

ST. LOUIS—Repeatedly telling them they were interfering with his duties, forensic investigator Albert Correo reminded several police officers at a crime scene Tuesday to stop shooting at the dead body under a sheet. “Listen to me, I’m trying to fingerprint this person so we can identify them, but it’s pretty hard to do that when you keep emptying your pistols into the corpse—he’s already dead, okay?”…

From CBE By Chesna Hinkley Chesna Hinkley will graduate from Princeton Theological Seminary in 2019 with an MDiv and a Certificate in Theology, Women, and Gender. She holds a BS in neuroscience from the University of Pittsburgh, where she was the first (but not last) woman to preach at her church. Chesna is currently

A new study published this week is warning East Coast beach-goers a dangerous flesh-eating bacteria is on the rise at their local spots, potentially due to warming water temperatures related to climate change, according to CBS News. The report published on Tuesday said there have been five cases of Vibrio vulnificus, a flesh-eating bacterial infection which is spread by handling or eating contaminated seafood, over the past two years and have been linked to the Delaware Bay. All five patients

BEAVERTON, OR—In what the sportswear giant is hailing as a company-wide embrace of body positivity, Nike announced Tuesday it would introduce its first-ever size-inclusive mannequin, a hefty male figure eating a 12-inch hoagie. “We want everyone to feel represented when shopping at a Nike store, so now each of our locations across the United States will feature mannequins going to town on a wide variety of…

May 21st was an awesome day for Gary. He hosted an Ask Gary Vee with Joe Namath, one of his childhood heroes. He also met with David Byrne from Bright Lights...

Authorities say two off-duty police officers were killed in separate incidents in southeastern Wisconsin, including a Racine officer who jumped over a bar to try to stop an armed robbery at a tavern and a Milwaukee officer who was struck and killed by a speeding driver who ran a red light.

Two former federal prosecutors Barbara McQuade and Joyce Vance wrote a new report for NBC News on Tueday which emphasized even though Special Counsel Robert Mueller concluded his Russia investigation, t here is still work for Congress to pick up, according to AlterNet. House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff said he still plans to call on Mueller to publicly testify about his investigation into Russian intereference during the 2016 presidential election. “Time is running out,” Schiff said

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In Texas, and in 25 other states, beneficiary designations to your ex-spouse are automatically voided upon divorce.

Gophers wrestling star Gable Steveson, 19, and teammate Dylan Martinez, 21, were released from the Hennepin County jail. They had been held on suspicion of criminal sexual conduct since their arrests over the weekend.