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USU choirs have gone country for annual fall concert

USU choirs have gone country for annual fall concert

Utah State University choirs are going country this year for their annual fall concert. Gone Country will be held Wednesday, October 1 at 7:30 p.m. in the Kent Concert Hall.
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Seattle: The Number One City for Coffee Snobs

Seattle: The Number One City for Coffee Snobs

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- If you had to select any city in the U.S. with the most discerning coffee addicts, chances are Seattle would be at the top of most peoples lists.

Thats the case of a combined Redfin and Foursquare survey, which picked Seattle as number one in the ten best cities for so-called coffee snobs.

Just to clarify, Redfin and Foursquare based their findings on indie coff...

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Hong Kong Protests Grow Over Demands for Reforms

Hong Kong Protests Grow Over Demands for Reforms

PHILIPPE LOPEZ/AFP/Getty Images(HONG KONG) -- The pro-democracy movement in Hong Kong is showing no signs of receding as demonstrators continued filling the streets Tuesday to protest Beijing's attempt at quashing reforms.

At issue is mainland China's determination to run its own candidate in Hong Kong's 2017 leadership election with most in the financial hub of seven million demanding open nomi...

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Antibiotics in Young Children May Be Linked to Higher Obesity Risk

Antibiotics in Young Children May Be Linked to Higher Obesity Risk

Comstock Images/Stockbyte/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- A new study indicates that antibiotics, used in children under the age of 2, may be linked to childhood obesity.

Researchers at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia looked at data from 65,000 infants and found that infants under the age of 2 who received more frequent doses of wide-spectrum antibiotics were more likely to be obese than those w...

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Do a Little Studying Before Applying for Seasonal Work

Do a Little Studying Before Applying for Seasonal Work

Photos.com/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Looking for temporary work as retailers start hiring for the holiday season?

Although most stores and other businesses are predicted to boost their seasonal employees from last year, getting a job may not be as easy as answering a few simple questions, such as, "Can you work weekends?"

According to a survey of big retailers by the consulting firm Hay Group, 18 p...

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Ted Cruz Says He's Made No Decision About 2016

Ted Cruz Says He's Made No Decision About 2016

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) -- Texas Senator Ted Cruz says that he had not made a decision to seek the 2016 GOP presidential nomination despite an article that says otherwise.

A person identified as a "Cruz adviser" told the National Journal that "At this point it's 90/10 he's in. And honestly, 90 is lowballing it."

The same article said the freshman senator would campaign for presi...

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