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The soon-to-be college graduate, decked out in cap and gown and prepared for the packed-house ceremony that would signify the completion of four years of higher education, opened the passenger door of my pickup truck for the short ride to the convocation center, stepped inside and said, “Tha…

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In microwave oven news, a Denver, Colorado woman was cited by police after a plastic bottle of urine she was heating up before a pre-employment drug test exploded, ruining the morning for everyone buying lottery tickets and malt liquor at that particular 7-11 store.

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Once again, the public demands more news about monkeys and I, as the theoretical cigar-chomping, hooch-swilling, skirt-chasing, cholesterol-lowering-medication-taking, underpaid and overworked 1930s-style bureau chief of the fictional yet highly respected Monkey Action News Team, will fling …

In the name of science – and because I knew there would be no peace until I did it – I spent most of a Sunday afternoon driving my senior biology major daughter from the home of one dog owner to another and another and another so she could determine why dogs do something I care nothing about.

Putting myself in porn star Stormy Daniels’ shoes for a minute, which I swear never crossed my mind until now, I asked myself this question: What would I say if the president of the United States sued me for $20 million?

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A new study suggests television medical dramas like “Grey’s Anatomy” may misrepresent what actually goes on in a hospital, leading real-life patients to have unrealistic expectations about their care and recovery.

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 Note: In lieu of a regular column, Scott Hollifield this week submitted these journal entries, a detailed account of his against-all-odds struggle for survival during The Great 60-Hour Government Shutdown of 2018, writings that provide a harrowing glimpse of one man’s descent into madness.