ATLANTA — Heart failure, according to the American Heart Association, affects 5.7 million Americans and causes more than 55,000 deaths ...
Damian Lillard was criticized a lot last season for his defense.
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Freezing temperatures and the frost-covered ground don't mean you have to abandon outdoor workouts.
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A homeowner in the 14000 block of Northeast 76th Street used a sprinkler to turn their front yard tree into ...
Yes. Although most government employees are better off than most private employees, private employees will eventually catch up. (26.60% - 250 votes)
No. We're in the new normal now, meaning we shouldn't expect private employees to magically catch up to government employees. (60.32% - 567 votes)
No opinion at this time. (13.09% - 123 votes)
Total Votes: 940