Tina Smith, a ‘velvet hammer’ in the U.S. Senate

WASHINGTON — The DFL was struggling through one of its darkest hours on election night of 2002. Minnesota Sen. Paul Wellstone had died in a plane crash just a couple of weeks before and former Vice President Walter Mondale, a last-minute choice to run in his stead, was failing in his attempt to keep the seat in DFL hands.


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How the Girlfriend Collective Upcycling Program Works

At Well+Good, we spend our days talking to and learning from the most interesting people in wellness—experts, thought-leaders, and celebrities. Now, we’re inviting you to join the conversation. Welcome to the Well+Good podcast, your guide to finding the habits and practices that fit your frequency. Read More

It was an offer that seemed too good to be true: Free high

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Where to Get Big Rocks for Landscaping

Complete landscape design can be a major undertaking, especially when it comes to heavy-lifting tasks such as incorporating big rocks into landscaping. Knowing where to get big rocks will save you time, money, and steps in the planning process.

If you’re wondering where to get big rocks for your landscaping project, you might be surprised to learn you can get

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This Man Underwent Brain Surgery 3,500 Years Ago | Science

Remains In Israel

Two brothers’ remains were found buried together under the floorboards of their home. One had a hole in his skull consistent with surgery.
Kalisher et al., 2023, PLOS One, CC-BY 4.0

While excavating a 3,500-year-old tomb in Tel Megiddo, Israel, scientists discovered a skull with a surprising feature: a square hole that’s clear evidence of an ancient brain surgery.

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‘He Said He Loved Us and He Was Gone’

The two Americans who survived a deadly kidnapping in Mexico last month spoke to Anderson Cooper of CNN about their ordeal Tuesday night. LaTavia Washington McGee and Eric Williams survived, though Williams was shot in both legs, while Shaeed Woodard and Zindell Brown were fatally shot. The four had gone to Mexico because Washington McGee planned to have a

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Medical respite program assisting unhoused populations

Some shelters have started partnering with health organizations to provide follow-up care while offering housing to people who are unsheltered after a hospital stay.

M Health Fairview and Our Saviour’s Community Services, located in Minneapolis’ Phillips neighborhood, piloted this idea – known as a medical respite program, last February. The pilot was slated to end in June 2022 but was

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