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Media freak out over Trump’s menu for Clemson visit, players have a different opinion

Even if you were to remove all of the politics and rhetoric, it’s hard to argue that President Donald Trump isn’t overly criticized by the media. Take, for example, an event that ...

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Top TV news bloopers of 2018

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It was a busy 2018 for news. Hurricanes, migrant caravans, terrorist plots and…TV news bloopers. While national TV anchors remain some of the most unpopular and least trusted people on the face ...

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Ben Carson’s prescription for a better life

Dr. Ben Carson has a prescription for a better life. Carson is the 17th secretary of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. After a successful career in medicine and his ...

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What’s a tiny apartment like in Japan?

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The typical U.S. city has around 1,500 people per square mile. But what’s life like in Tokyo, Japan, where 12 million people reside at a rate  of about 14,339 per square mile? ...

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5 tips to shed those pounds in the New Year

Maybe you want more energy, or perhaps you want to lose weight and keep it off for good. Whatever your goals, a new year means a fresh start to become the best ...

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Israel sets another tourism record envied by the world

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As Metro Voice gets ready to host a September tour of Israel, the Jewish State has announced that more than 4 million tourists visited the Holy Land in 2018, a 14 percent ...

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10 steps toward a debt-free family

Has your family examined your finances at the start of this New Year? Are you shocked and anxious about the amount of debt you have? Here’s some help in 10 steps for ...

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Job growth surges by 312,000 in December; wages increase best since 2009; unemployment at 3.9%

U.S. employers hired the most workers in 10 months in December while boosting wages, pointing to sustained strength in the economy. Nonfarm payrolls surged by 312,000 jobs last month, the largest gain ...

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From the Heartland to the Promised Land tour to Israel!

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Readers of Metro Voice will have an opportunity to visit the Promised Land of Israel with hosts Dwight and Anita Widaman. The tour, scheduled for Sept. 14 through 24th, includes both Old ...

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Where is God in your New Year?

A long time ago there was once a King named David.  His Kingdom had grown, and he became great in the eyes of his people and surrounding nations.  One day he decided ...

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Dave Says – Close up small business?

Need some financial advice? Debt and Income Crisis? Pay off the house first? Check cashing? Taxes? Credit Cards? Check out what folks are asking Dave Ramsey.   Dear Dave, I have a ...

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California bans sales of dogs, cats unless they come from shelters

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California is set to become the first state in the nation to impose strict rules on pet stores regarding retail sales of live dogs, cats, and rabbits. AB 485, which goes into ...

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6 easy ways to be generous with less

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This year has been one full of packing and unpacking. I’ve been travelling for work and I’ve been travelling for pleasure. Most of the time I’ve been living out a suitcase. Everything ...

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These are the worst passwords you could have this year

For what seems like the umpteenth time, “123456” and “password” are the most commonly used passwords this year. Those combinations sit in the number one and two spots respectively, according to SplashData, who ...

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A compassionate bankruptcy judge grants a 59-year-old Kansas debtor a partial discharge of her student loans

Twenty-seven years ago, Vicky Jo Metz, took out $16,613 in student loans to go to community college. Over time, she paid back 90 percent of what she borrowed–almost $15,000. But interest accrued ...

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