The Kansan - Newton, KS
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If you’ve ever donated money to conservative political action committees like the one represented in the image above, you’ve probably been scammed.

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I never understood the full symbolism of winter until I moved to Rochester. I grew up in a place where it got plenty cold, but usually for just a few days or a week at the most. Even when we were bundled in our winter coats the sun was shining...

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Syrian rebels on Wednesday regained much of the territory north of the city of Aleppo lost to government troops in fierce fighting the previous day in clashes that left more than 100 dead on both sides, activists said.

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The announcement that the ambitious Mars One project has slimmed down their selection pool to 100 individuals has caused a Twitter storm regarding the Dutch project.

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This week marks the beginning of the year of the sheep on the Chinese calendar. What we in America know as Chinese food is rarely actually authentic. Despite its inauthenticity, our Americanized versions can still be delicious.

Updated at 10:52 AM

Pruning is a task that is beneficial for trees and shrubs to keep them healthy and vibrant. This is also a task that many of us, me included, are nervous about performing. The garden is at its most dormant period in late winter, making it a good...

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There’s a free operating system coming for your computer.Well, maybe not yours. But it’s a good bet that you might be among the 85 percent of computer users who currently run Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 as an operating system.

Updated at 10:44 AM

“You know what I really miss the most about eating nowadays?” a friend of mine asked recently. “Fatback. Sausage gravy on biscuits. Fried okra and corn fritters. Good ole food like Mama used to make.”

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