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Through Chess, Jack Mangan Taught Kids How To Make Moves In Life
MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A Minneapolis man taught hundreds of kids how to win at the game of life. He did it by teaching them how to play chess. Jack Mangan was a volunteer chess coach for more than 20 years. “I think it gave them a sense of purpose, a feeling of success,” said Mangan’s friend, Bill Garner. “It gave them confidence   Read More ...
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Trump’s flawed leadership skills
The differences between the US President and his Cabinet are threatening to become insurmountable US President Donald Trump was dubbed as the quintessential outsider to Washington DC when he defeated Hillary Clinton. His choices for key positions only reiterated this point, one such selection being Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State, who worked with Oil Giant Exxon, and whose appointment raised eyebrows   Read More ...
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DO IT YOURSELF: Phoenix music teacher says people are forging their own road to music stardom
PHOENIX (KSAZ) - For those whose goal is music stardom, the path to the top has changed, a lot. As it turns out, the endeavor has kind of become a do-it-yourself type endeavor. "My students that tell me they want to make it, I always tell them, like, 'OK, cool, give up your life really'," said vocal and music teacher, Lindsey Bair   Read More ...
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How to find a trusted mortgage broker
We’ve been working with a great real estate agent who was recommended to us by a trusted friend. The agent gave us a few options for mortgage brokers early on, and we interviewed them. We chose one on her list, but it is a smaller operation with lower overhead costs and fees. Should we still be looking outside of our real estate agent’s recommendation? And if so, how should we go about doing that? In some ways, you’ve answered your own question   Read More ...
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How to Be Mindful at a Wedding
“Weddings can be stressful. The ceremony and reception can pass by in a whirl of emotion and interactions. Staying mindful can connect you with the people around you, and can help you feel the love.” — Sara Williams, a wedding planner and founder of The Mindful Wedding. As the wedding day approaches, keep in mind what you are gathering to celebrate — your shared love   Read More ...
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SECRETS Inside The White House The Public DOESN'T Know
There are many secret rooms and things we don’t know about in pretty much every government building there ever was, but there are a great deal of things we didn’t know about one of the most important buildings in the United States. We certainly didn’t know these things before now but that’s why these are Hidden Secrets Inside The White House The Public Doesn’t Know About. Subscribe to Talltanic #4 - The Pres And First Lady Had Code Words For Personal Time Although they don’t appear to really be enjoying each other’s company in this image, the current President and First Lady do like to spend some alone time together   Read More ...
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How to buy the right Instant Pot, 2017's hottest gadget
— Our editors review and recommend products to help you buy the stuff you need. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. Our picks and opinions are independent from any business incentives. If you spend any time online or talking to other humans, you’re probably aware of our current national obsessions, which include politics (exhausting), Beyonce (QUEEN), and a little countertop appliance known as the Instant Pot (huh?)   Read More ...
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Money Watch: Easy Ways To Save Money While In College
Paying college tuition is so expensive these days, it can be hard to pay for anything else. But you still need to eat and get around. Today, we're talking about Easy Ways to Save Money while in College. ( 3:26) WCCO Mid-Morning – Oct. 17, 2017.   Read More ...
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‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Nelle Hiding Dark Secrets – New Villain Rises In Port Charles?
General Hospital spoilers hint the writers may have flipped the script on shady Nelle Benson (Chloe Lanier) with this sketchy fiancé murder plot. Could it be that naughty Nelle will soon be exposed as the next big villain on the ABC soap? Fans have noted that there’s no “big bad” on right now. Ava Jerome (Maura West) was burned to a crisp and is haunted by the death of Morgan Corinthos (Bryan Craig), so she’s not scheming anymore   Read More ...
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‘The Walking Dead: Season 8’: Maggie Greene’s Top Ten Moments [Opinion]
Welcome to the final week before The Walking Dead’s eighth season premieres, one that promises an all-out war, multiple deaths, and Rick Grimes running into a familiar face. Seven years ago, AMC celebrated Halloween 2010 with the debut of a comic book-turned-show focusing around the zombie apocalypse. As we enter the eighth season, only six characters from the show’s first two seasons remain, one of those being farmgirl-turned-Hilltop Colony leader Maggie Greene-Rhee   Read More ...
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Blues rally comes way too late
TAMPA, FLA. • Blues coach Mike Yeo saw the Blues’ game with Tampa Bay on Saturday as the difference between a great road trip and a so-so road trip. Win it and the Blues would go 3-1 on a weeklong journey through New York and Florida; lose it and go 2-2, but with losses in the final two games. “It’s about how we respond,” he said after the team lost to Florida by three goals on Thursday   Read More ...
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How to keep enjoying outdoor living this fall
As the weather turns cooler, you might be looking for ways to keep outdoor living part of your routine. These 10 ideas can help make the most of enjoying the fresh air on your porch and patio or in your yard this season, whether you’re bookmarking dates for fall outings or looking for ways to keep your garden inviting. 1. Host a backyard party   Read More ...
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Free Things to Do: Fall in Washington, DC
Fall in Washington, DC is full of free things to do, from festivals and foliage to celebrating Halloween and observing Veterans Day. The city features plenty of experiences perfect for the season, including the scenic and the spooky. Read on to learn of the ways you can have a memorable fall adventure in the District without putting a dent in your wallet   Read More ...
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5 Tips to Overcoming Major Business Obstacles
Share Add to Starting a Business Project Grow 5 Tips to Overcoming Major Business Obstacles Sometimes a small thing can make the difference between failing or succeeding.   Read More ...
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Looking to Get More Traffic to Your Website? Here Are Some Creative Ways to Do It.
Share Add to Marketing Website Traffic Looking to Get More Traffic to Your Website? Here Are Some Creative Ways to Do It. You know how to use Google and social media, but there are plenty of other ways to drive traffic.   Read More ...
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Kids have fun, learn how to stay healthy at at Kinnick Stadium
They were there for the big Hy-Vee Kids Fit event. The kids were very active in the exercises this afternoon. They got to learn about nutrition and tips on how to stay healthy. The Kids Fit program is known for its online tutorials and fitness challenges. One third grader said she enjoyed one particular challenge. "My favorite challenge was the team challenge because I like working together with people   Read More ...
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Florida man Googled 'how to rob a bank' before robbing a bank
PINELLAS PARK, Fla. - A 26-year-old man has been arrested for bank robbery in Largo, Florida. When deputies interviewed the man, he admitted to it, saying he was in need of money so he used Google to look up how to rob a bank. According to detectives, William Joe Johnson entered the Achieva Credit Union just before 11 a.m. last week   Read More ...
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Do-it-yourself cake mixes are easy, versatile and additive-free
You'll never reach for Betty Crocker or Duncan Hines again. By Charlotte DruckmanThe Washington Post In the 1950s, it was said that when an elderly woman died, the "flour and shortening" business lost a customer, while when a young woman married, the cake-mix industry gained one. In short, two constituencies: those who baked and those who faked. Today, there's an audience that falls somewhere in the middle and proves the value of a different kind of mix — the kind that is versatile, ready to go and additive-free   Read More ...
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How to Be Mindful When Moving to a New Home
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How to dump someone the humane way
Planning on dumping a partner, firing an employee or otherwise delivering bad news to someone this week? A new Brigham Young University study offers advice on how to minimize the psychological damage you inflict when you drop your bombshell. There are two schools of thought when it comes to the science of bad news. One holds that you should soften the impact of the news by padding it with an “explanatory buffer,” laying out the case for what you're about to say before you actually say it   Read More ...
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How to save America by running for Middletown Township auditor | Will Bunch
There are many ways to resist President Trump, and not all of them involve clogging the streets of American cities in mass marches, throwing your body onto the asphalt of a busy intersection, or jamming your senator’s phone switchboard to beg him to stop taking away your grandma’s kidney dialysis. Just ask Anna Payne, barely 30, spending this tropically humid mid-October Monday night tromping down the leaf-covered cul-de-sacs of Langhorne in her stylish jeans and sneakers with bright purple laces, knocking on glass storm doors ringed by fall pumpkin paraphernalia and tiny American flags   Read More ...
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First Look: Discover the Real-Life Secrets Behind The Crown in New Official Companion Book
The Crown kicks off its second season on December 8, but in the meantime fans can get their fix in a regal new book. The Crown: The Official Companion includes side-by-side images of the real Queen Elizabeth, Winston Churchill, Princess Margaret and the rest of the show’s real-life characters, with the actors who play them in the exact scenes the show has recreated   Read More ...
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Going to a job fair? How to be ready
Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. Facebook Email Going to a job fair? How to be ready Here are some tips on how to shine at a job fair. Sent! Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed.   Read More ...
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Missoula’s busiest intersections most dangerous in Montana
Missoula appears to be the riskiest place in the state for drivers, according to a new study. The city contains the Top 5 most dangerous intersections for crashes in Montana, with the Top 4 most common crash locations on Reserve Street. The study, which analyzed the 2014-2016 car crash statistics kept by the Montana Department of Transportation, was compiled by a partnership between the Billings law firm Ragain & Cook and marketing company 1point21 Interactive   Read More ...
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Alleged burglar said manga teaching him ninja how-to
DUNWOODY, Ga. (AP) — Georgia police say a Florida man arrested on a burglary charge told investigators the graphic novel "Naruto" was teaching him how to be a ninja and enter secured areas. Dunwoody Police Officer Anwar Sillah (SEE-luh) says 25-year-old Christopher Zahyeer Atkins of Altamonte Springs, Florida, is not accused of taking anything — only of breaking into a Target store about 1 a   Read More ...
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How to Get Your Fireplace Ready for Winter
Sitting by the warmth of your fireplace with friends and family is one of the best ways to spend a winter evening, but if you haven’t used your fireplace in months, it may be in need of some maintenance. Here’s how to get your fireplace ready for those chilly evenings. You should sweep your chimney or hire a chimney sweep to service your fireplace once a year before winter   Read More ...
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How to Get Your Fireplace Ready for Winter
Sitting by the warmth of your fireplace with friends and family is one of the best ways to spend a winter evening, but if you haven’t used your fireplace in months, it may be in need of some maintenance. Here’s how to get your fireplace ready for those chilly evenings. You should sweep your chimney or hire a chimney sweep to service your fireplace once a year before winter   Read More ...
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How to Get Your Fireplace Ready for Winter
Sitting by the warmth of your fireplace with friends and family is one of the best ways to spend a winter evening, but if you haven’t used your fireplace in months, it may be in need of some maintenance. Here’s how to get your fireplace ready for those chilly evenings. You should sweep your chimney or hire a chimney sweep to service your fireplace once a year before winter   Read More ...
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Alex Ovechkin got the message this summer. Now he’s sending one back.
Here are some reasons provided for Alex Ovechkin’s back-to-back hat tricks to open the season. For one, a lucky sister-in-law. “Every time she in town, I score hat trick,” Ovechkin said. Or it could be a change in equipment brand. “He’s got CCM back and seems to be scoring those goals again,” Montreal defenseman Karl Alzner mused. But as center Evgeny Kuznetsov considered the past five months and how Ovechkin’s summer training and weight were scrutinized, he offered another explanation for Ovechkin’s blistering start to the season with seven goals in two games   Read More ...
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‘Once a Band Geek, Always a Band Geek’: Jennifer Garner Returns to Texas for a Football Game
You can take the girl out of the marching band, but you can never take the marching band out of the girl! On Sunday, Jennifer Garner posted a video of herself at the Texas A&M game as the school’s marching band was performing out on the field. “Once a band geek, always a band geek,” Garner, 45, captioned the video on Instagram   Read More ...
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How to Find Cheap Flights to New York City
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How to watch Saturday's football game between Montana and Idaho State
Saturday's game between Montana and Idaho State is not available to watch in western Montana via the usual broadcast and cable outlets that Grizzly fans are used to, such as Root Sports, Altitude, ABC/Fox Montana or KPAX. There are a number of ways to watch. Cable Charter Spectrum in western Montana offers Eleven Sports as part of certain cable packages on channels 292 (standard definition) and 762 (HD)   Read More ...
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Maher nails why only white people get away with gun violence: If you can’t see it ‘you’re probably racist’
Bill Maher couldn’t help but note that the way Las Vegas shooter Stephen Paddock is being treated differently than other terrorists that have attacked Americans in the past. “Guns is the one issue where if you can’t see the difference between the way blacks and whites are treated on guns then you’re probably racist,” Maher said to his panel. He brought up Judge Roy Moore’s rally where he pulled a gun from his pocket and waved it around   Read More ...
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With a flexible work schedule, working out how much child care coverage to get
I knew I had a short window to get some work done: My toddler was watching an episode of an unbelievably educational TV show while my baby napped. I opted for the most doable task in such a small amount of time: checking my work email. I opened up an email and started to respond just as my toddler noticed my laptop   Read More ...
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‘How To Get Away With Murder’ Spoilers: Did Annalise Keating Take Laurel Castillo’s Baby?
How to Get Away with Murder spoilers are scarce as a new mystery is unveiled in the first two episodes of the ABC drama’s fourth season: What happened to Laurel’s baby? Warning: Spoilers for the first two episodes and possible details for a major twist in the show ahead. Those who have been watching the series since Season 1 know that showrunners for the popular series have a tendency to deliver unexpected twists that are introduced early on by means of flash-forward sequences   Read More ...
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30 things to do in Cleveland the weekend of Oct. 5-8
From fashion to art, concerts to delicious eats, this weekend if full of things to do in Cleveland. See hometown hero Kid Cudi take the stage or the models of Yellowcake strut their stuff at the annual Hullabaloo runway show. Laugh it up with Ramon Rivas II. Devour the delicious deals of Cleveland’s first Latino Restaurant Week. Ever wonder what happens when a brewery turns into a Star Wars Cantina? Look no further   Read More ...
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Judge denies bail for woman accused of leaking US secrets
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — A woman charged with leaking U.S. secrets must remain jailed until her trial, a federal judge ruled Thursday, saying her release would pose an "ongoing risk to national security." Reality Winner, 25, is a former Air Force linguist who worked as a contractor for the National Security Agency at a facility in Augusta, Georgia, when she was charged in June with copying a classified U   Read More ...
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Judge denies bail for woman accused of leaking US secrets
SAVANNAH, Ga. (AP) — A woman charged with leaking U.S. secrets must remain jailed until her trial, a federal judge ruled Thursday, saying her release would pose an "ongoing risk to national security." Reality Winner, 25, is a former Air Force linguist who worked as a contractor for the National Security Agency at a facility in Augusta, Georgia, when she was charged in June with copying a classified U   Read More ...
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Living smarter with tech: How to be a better family member
Tech Living smarter with tech: How to be a better family member We can sometimes get carried away with our phones and other technology. Here are some experts tips to help live intelligently with technology, without it consuming your life. We can sometimes get carried away with our phones and other technology. Here are some experts tips to help live intelligently with technology, without it consuming your life   Read More ...
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10 Simple Ways to Build a Collaborative, Successful Work Environment
Share Add to Growth Strategies Collaborating 10 Simple Ways to Build a Collaborative, Successful Work Environment Establishing a collaborative environment is how successful ventures begin.   Read More ...
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