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The Kansan - Newton, KS
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  Millions of Americans are familiar, no doubt, with the image of   actor Jimmy Stewart waging a Senate filibuster in the celebrated 1939 movie “Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.” That kind of thing wouldn't happen these days. A filibuster no longer requires a senator to hold the floor to prevent a vote on a controversial […]

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On Wednesday, IBM scientists will make a quantum computer available to the public as a cloud service for the first time. Though the cloud service is geared mostly toward scientists and students, anyone interested in this strange new computer will be...

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Aeropostale used to be one of the most popular teen retailers. But those days are gone. The retailer has filed for bankruptcy protection, though it says it will be out of debt in six months.

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The appearance of the Zika virus in our hemisphere, with all its attendant worries for expectant parents is also concerning for a lot of home gardeners. Here are some tips to keep the mosquitoes away.

Updated at 11:56 AM

Wait a minute. This really shouldn’t have the words “Captain America” in the title. Sure, he’s one of the leads in it and, in fact, is one of the two main characters (the other being Iron Man), but it really should have been called “The Avengers:...

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It's almost not fair that "Captain America: Civil War" is opening barely a month after "Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice." The movies share so much, from their escapist origins to their melodramatic themes of male honor and revenge to ambivalence...

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It was only moments after polls closed in Indiana last night that Donald Trump was announced the probable winner of the GOP race, and that led Ted Cruz to call it quits and exit the race. That leaves just three total candidates after tonight,...

Updated at 11:31 AM

It's Star Wars day. So, why May the fourth? Here's a look at how it got started and all the ways you can celebrate.

Updated at 11:31 AM

Sunday dinner was a big deal when I was growing up. Three generations gathered for a leisurely meal, talking over the week gone by, making plans for the new week, hashing out problems, discussing game scores, asking us about our school assignments.

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To herald the milder weather conditions of spring, this review looks at a handful of products that are designed to thrive this time of year.

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