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Even before we left for Iceland, we’d seen the photos and the videos of the wild, erupting Fagradalsfjall volcano, with its blazing red rivers of dangerous molten lava streaming down the mountain. We’ve got to see that when we go, we thought, even though it looked daunting and vaguely terrifying.

Celebrity chefs and foodie faves have whipped up some specials — and this time, it’s not just recipes. Rachael Ray poured her heart and soul into her new book, “This Must Be the Place: Dispatches & Food from the Home Front.” The Emmy Award-winning daytime TV staple wrote 16 essays on life lessons, dealing with devastating loss and the memories that make a house a home, written from her kitchen ...

In this week's Eye on the Tigers Podcast, Dave Matter and Ben Frederickson break down all the roster reshuffling for the Missouri football program via the transfer portal as Eli Drinkwitz has lost a handful of starters and added a stash of newcomers the Tigers hope will upgrade the roster in…

Episode 29: Richard Kyte and Scott Rada talk about the “Let’s Go Brandon” chant and what it says about us as a nation. Next they discuss UFOs and so why many people are obsessed with the question about whether we’re alone in the universe. And in our third segment, they look at a recent study that shows vaccine mandates might not be working as intended. Links to stories discussed during the podcast: "Three cheers for 'Let's Go Brandon," by Marc Thiessen, The Washington Post "What we believe about UFOs," by Harry Reid, The New York Times "See where 12 million U.S. employees are affected by government vaccine mandates," The New York Times About the hosts: Scott Rada is social media manager with Lee Enterprises, and Richard Kyte is the director of the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership at Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wis. See for privacy information.

The annual opening of the international signing period has been nicknamed "Jesse Sanchez Day" because of the attention, care, insight and depth of coverage baseball writer Jesse Sanchez has brought to that market and the talents it introduces to baseball and baseball fans. In a brand…

ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia's secretary of state on Thursday called on a voting technology expert to ask a judge to release a report detailing alleged security vulnerabilities in the voting machines used by the state — something the expert had already done.

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Three officers on trial for allegedly violating George Floyd’s civil rights were trained to use the least amount force necessary and had a duty to intervene against inappropriate force, the commander of the Minneapolis police training division at the time of Floyd’s killing testified Thursday.

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