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Store managers are told to make “every effort” to offer new job options as the greeter position goes away. Workers and their families tell NPR about chaos and anxiety of being in limbo.
“Now we must speak out,” Fred and Cindy Warmbier said after President Trump said he believes that North Korean leader Kim Jong Un did not have anything to do with Otto Warmbier’s death.
Researchers are learning that attitude can have measurable effects on health. For a food allergy therapy, thinking of stressful side effects as positive signals helped patients complete the treatment.
YouTube says it has already disabled comments on “tens of millions of videos that could be subject to predatory behavior.”
Gillette, Wyoming, isn’t the kind of place you just happen to come across. “It’s about a four hour drive through vast, unimpacted, wide, sweeping plains,” said Matt Gray, a professor at University of Wyoming in Laramie, explaining the trek from his office to his clients. Plains, he said, “and lots and lots of antelope.” For… Read More
FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – Kentucky lawmakers have approved a bill that would allow people to carry a concealed handgun without a permit or training. The bill, backed by the National Rifle Association, won final House passage Friday after a long debate. The measure now goes to Gov. Matt Bevin. Under the measure, Kentuckians able to… Read More