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Cities struggle to recruit and retain officers amid increasing crime

Branch closures leave an increasing number of Americans learning how to bank online

Meet the man who identified the first COVID-19 patient in the United States

Wednesday’s confidence vote on the third-ranking U.S. House Republican points to wariness over appearing out of touch with Trump supporters

Kickboxing helped Amy Bream, born with one leg, accept her body as God created it

Can an unlikely family defeat a robot invasion?

A U.S. government report reveals slowed job growth despite increased openings.

Magazine Vol. 36, No. 10
May 22, 2021 | Vol. 36 No. 10
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Mississippi store owner makes good on promise to close on Sundays

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Despite high unemployment rates, business owners still can’t fill open positions

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National groups lead effort to put state-level limits on the abortion pill

Virus variants hit just as public gatherings increased