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Dismantling the Christmas tree is one of those onerous but orderly tasks that creates a certain satisfaction and a kindling of memories as each thing is tucked away. And then, it's lunch for the goats.
President Joe Biden's Build Back Better bill would provide $1.67 billion over the next five years for newspapers, websites, radio and TV and other outlets that primarily cover local news. And with democracy currently in peril, it's vital that Congress approve it.
When things start to go wrong around the house, the rule of threes applies. And sometimes, it seems more like a parade.
RICHMOND — For politicians, it means one thing. For baseball fans, another. And for the city of Buffalo, yet another.
The Food and Drug Administration last week issued new guidelines for daily salt consumption based on what was termed an epidemic of dietary illnesses. Few Americans will like thinking about the sodium content of what they eat because Americans love salt. But how much is too much?
While the Armed Services Committee wants to increase military spending by $24 billion for more weapons, research and construction, others members of Congress are arguing about the size of bills that will build roads, assist with child care, expand broadband systems and finance desperately needed measures to save us from extinction.
During a recent visit to Vermont, baking lessons and glassblowing demonstrations provide window into fine craftsmanship.