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A survey shows that more than half of Utah residents either have been a victim of identity theft or know someone who has been affected by it. Even so, people still fail to take even simple steps to protect themselves, a new report shows.
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Liberty Institute Commends Cy Fair ISD's Commitment To Students' Religious Freedom

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 23rd - 5:10pm
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Gun carry rights expanded in Ga. under new law

Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 23rd - 4:31pm
Criticized by one group as the "guns everywhere" bill, Georgia took a big step Wednesday toward expanding where licensed carriers can take their weapons, with the governor signing a law that allows them in bars without restriction and in some churches, schools and government buildings under certain circumstances.
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Bahrain moves to deport Shiite cleric

Reem Khalifa, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 23rd - 12:01pm
Bahrain's Interior Ministry said Wednesday that the Gulf state has decided to deport a leading Shiite cleric born in the country in a move likely to exacerbate tensions between the government and the Shiite-led opposition.
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8 tips for 8 weeks of Half Ironman training

Bryn Bingham, Contributor  |  posted Apr 23rd - 11:31am
This article is following the story of twin sisters going from novice to Half Ironman competitors with just 10 weeks of training. Learn about their progression, training tips, and things they have learned along the way.
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Product review of 4 baby video monitors

Grant Olsen, Contributor  |  posted Apr 23rd - 10:41am
Baby monitor technology has advanced dramatically over the past decade. This review provides information on multiple monitors to help parents learn more about what options are available.
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Utah runner who led Boston Marathon for a time shares his story

Arianne Brown, Contributor  |  posted Apr 23rd - 10:26am
Utah runner Seth Wold found himself leading the Boston Marathon for the first 2.5 miles, making many spectators wonder who he was. When he faded back, finishing in 927th place, it left even more wondering why he did what he did. Here is his story.
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Religion news in brief

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 23rd - 10:10am
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Sri Lanka to deport UK tourist with Buddha tattoo

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 23rd - 8:30am
Sri Lankan authorities will deport a British tourist for having an image of Buddha tattooed on her arm, an official said Wednesday.
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Ohio marchers protest Catholic teacher contract

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 23rd - 5:10am
Demonstrators gathered in Cincinnati's Fountain Square to protest new language in contracts for teachers in southwest Ohio Roman Catholic schools that place more restrictions on personal behavior.
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In India's vote, Hindu holy city is battleground

Nirmala George, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 23rd - 4:52am
For tens of millions of Hindus, Varanasi is a place of pilgrimage. Crowded with ancient temples and shrines, its streets jammed with believers and tourists, this city on the banks of the holy Ganges River is where the devout believe they attain instant salvation.
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AP PHOTOS: Entering the monkhood a rite of passage

The Associated Press  |  posted Apr 23rd - 1:10am
With golden umbrellas covering them from the equatorial sun, boys in princely attire are hoisted onto the shoulders of their fathers and uncles, part of a ritual carried out this time every year at Buddhist pagodas all over Myanmar: young would-be-novices preparing to enter the monkhood.
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Pope John XXIII launched Vatican II and then some

Nicole Winfield, Associated Press  |  posted Apr 23rd - 12:40am
On the night of Oct. 11, 1962, Pope John XXIII did something so natural that it's astonishing it was so revolutionary at the time. He came to the window of the Vatican's Apostolic Palace and spoke to thousands of candle-bearing faithful below — not in the arcane, scripted words of pontiffs past but in those of a father and pastor looking out for his flock.
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Mother starts support group after daughter dies by suicide

Natalie Crofts  |  posted Apr 22nd - 9:07pm
After May Bradley lost her daughter to suicide, she found comfort in sharing her story and hearing the experiences of others in a peer-led support group. Now, she has started the first peer-led group in Salt Lake City.
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11 myths fertility doctors hear

Angeline Beltsos, CNN  |  posted Apr 22nd - 8:37pm
Just like when you become a parent, there is no written manual on how to get pregnant. These are the most common misconceptions infertility specialists hear during patient appointments.
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Should you stay or should you go? Bugging out vs. staying home

Valerie Steimle, Contributor  |  posted Apr 22nd - 7:31pm
When is the best time to leave your home when a disaster is eminent? These guidelines will be helpful the next time a disaster threatens to strike your neighborhood.
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