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About 4 in 10 voters said the coronavirus pandemic is the top issue facing the nation. Roughly 3 in 10 called the economy and jobs most import…

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By carrying a loud whistle, you’re able to quickly and efficiently alert those in the area to a dangerous situation that’s unfolding. Many hikers prefer to keep their whistle around their neck for easy access.

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While hiking on a crowded trail can be a drag, having more people around could limit the risk of an attack. Avoiding early morning and late day hikes can help you avoid hiking in an isolated situation.

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Consider carrying a GPS device that lets you report an emergency situation. Reporting a dangerous situation quickly and accurately is important for search and rescue crews that may be needed.

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Remember, it’s an unusual situation for everyone. No one is expecting you to be a superhero. And every child is different, so if you try a site or activity and they don’t like it, don’t become discouraged. Givens said her son hates paperwork, but enjoys online learning. “You have to see what works best for your kid, and the way they learn. What works for one kid may not work for another,” Givens said. “That was the biggest takeaway I had.”

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Your veterinarian is the person who has guided you and your pet throughout its life. The vet understands your situation. Ask your veterinarian about the options available. The age, breed and condition of your pet, and the financial reality of your situation will all play a part in your decision.

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Can you guess whose opinion of what you do matters the most? Look in the mirror if you need a clue. Giving yourself validation for difficult decisions you've made and times you gave it your best is just as important as celebrating those #winning moments.

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TRUMP: "I have directed the Attorney General's office to immediately go to the great city of Chicago to help straighten out the terrible shooting wave. We want to straighten it out. We want to straighten it out fast. There's no reason for what's going on there." — remarks Oct. 8 to police group in Orlando, Florida.

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Reason: Consistently challenged since its publication in 2007 for acknowledging issues such as poverty, alcoholism, and sexuality, this National Book Award winner was challenged in school curriculums because of profanity and situations that were deemed sexually explicit.

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