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This Irish novel made me deeply happy. In the 1950s, a 17-year-old boy leaves the seminary in Dublin to spend time with his grandparents in an Irish village that, like many at the time, still lacked electricity. Then a stranger arrives, in charge of signing the villagers up for the electricity being imposed from the capital. But the stranger has a secret, which involves a woman he left at the altar decades earlier.

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Written by the former CEO of Disney, this nonfiction book takes its reader through some memorable years with the company, including its acquisition of Pixar, Lucasfilm, Marvel and most of 21st Century Fox and the development of its streaming service.

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Eger's book tells of her survival of horrors at Auschwitz during World War II and her later life in the U.S. as she became a therapist; it's part memoir and part guide to processing trauma.

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A. The players had little to no leverage heading into the next round of collective bargaining. The owners have manipulated the current labor agreement into a de facto salary cap and have taken advantage of analytic insights to emphasize younger and cheaper players. Now, finally, the owners say they need something from the players.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — With the House of Representatives racing toward an impeachment vote this week, President Donald Trump will likely become the third president to face a Senate trial to determine whether he should be removed from office.

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FACTOID: Texas A&M University’s Forensic and Investigative Sciences major in the Department of Entomology was ranked No. 1 out of the top 25 forensic science programs in the U.S. by Bachelor’s Degree Center. Who do you collaborate with in your forensic investigations?  Tomberlin: We work closely with multiple local, state and federal institutions from across […]

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About 61 percent of Americans will attend a cookout or barbecue, but only 11 percent plan on going to a parade. Here's some 4th of July trivia, including some insight on where all those hot dogs come from.

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