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President Donald Trump, after tying former President Barack Obama in 2019, was named the most-admired man in Gallup's annual survey of Americans, ending Obama's 12-year run. Gallup asked, "What man that you have heard or read about, living today in any part of the world, do you admire most?" Here are the top 10 most-admired men:

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Former first lady Michelle Obama was named the most-admired woman for the third straight year in Gallup's annual survey of Americans. Gallup asked, "What woman that you have heard or read about, living today in any part of the world, do you admire most?" Here are the top 10 most-admired women:

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Gail Collins, a longtime editorial writer for The New York Times, here takes a lighthearted look at noteworthy American women of a certain age, beginning with Martha Washington in the colonial era and ending with the 90th birthday party of National Organization for Women co-founder Muriel Fox. A Publishers Weekly reviewer wrote, “This enjoyable and informative historical survey will delight Collins’s fans and bring in some new ones.”

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Americans believe nicotine is a bigger public health threat than THC, according to a survey by researchers at NORC at the University of Chicago. Nearly all adults (90%) believe smoking cigarettes is harmful, and 81% believe vaping nicotine products is harmful.

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The data used in this analysis is from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, Occupational Employment Statistics survey. This survey covers all full-time and part-time employees in nonfarm industries. For each state, the number of employees in each occupation was compared between May 2018 and May 2015. The Bureau of Labor Statistics currently surveys only a portion of employers at each survey time in such a way that the published datasets represent three-year moving averages. The data for May 2018 is the most recent dataset, and the data for May 2015 is the most recent independent period for comparison.

People love traveling - whether it's meant to get away and relax or to reconnect with family and loved ones. However, a new survey reveals that some people are so willing to travel even if it may hurt them financially. The home-sharing platform Vrbo conducted a survey of American travelers with the help of Ipsos and found that millennials aren't willing to put off their vacation, even if they ...

This week in our newspaper, we featured a special section called Bubbles, a new premium section featuring a variety of different comic strips.…

In yesterday’s newspaper, we featured a new special section called Best of Brain World, an intriguing look at the human mind and the science b…

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Solo travel is increasingly popular but, according to a new Allianz Global Assistance survey, there are still many people who have yet to travel alone. The survey found that 30.4 percent of Americans say they have never traveled alone, and those who have are more than five times as likely to travel domestically rather than internationally. The survey also found that most respondents who said ...

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