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After a year in which good news has been hard to come by, recent developments on the pandemic front are bound to elicit more joy than the coming arrival of spring. The availability of effective vaccines tops the list of good news. Another dose of good news is that, along with continuing mask use, there has been an uptick in the number of people staying home and avoiding restaurants, co

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Sales for Michelle Obama’s memoir “Becoming” continue to skyrocket. According to publisher Penguin Random House, the book has sold more than 10 million copies — including hardcover, audiobooks and e-books — since its November release. That puts it near the top, if not the pinnacle, of all-time memoir sales.

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We hear a lot now about the world becoming little, but I tell you it's plenty big yet. It will be a long time before we know much more about each other than we do now. And I guess it will be just as well we don't." —— July 19, 1931

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Four months ago, in his final preseason as the NBA's commissioner, David Stern told a group of Chinese reporters something he admitted would likely make headlines back home.

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If your Income Taxes go to help out the less fortunate, there could be no legitimate kick against it in the world. This is becoming the richest, and the poorest Country in the world. Why? Why, on account of an unequal distribution of the money." —- Jan. 18, 1931

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Isaac Rocha is the 2014 chairman of Tulsa's Young Professionals (TYPros). He also is in community relations and development with The Bama Cos. Inc., where he works to strategically align the company's philanthropic efforts and community impact. He has been featured in the Lt. Governor's 30 under 30 and Oklahoma Magazine's 40 Under 40 as one of Oklahoma's top young professionals.

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The 2013 Golden Hurricane has been dogged by injuries this season, and James has played on a sore ankle throughout the Conference USA schedule. 

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I was surprised by the number of email and phone messages generated by a recent column touting figs in Oklahoma. I received lots of recipes for fig jam, cakes and bread, all of which I'm eager to try.

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On those days when I pick our children up from school, I often feel like I'm operating in a parallel universe from many of the other parents. Their skin is brown. Mine is white. They speak Spanish. I speak English. I work one job. Some of them work two.

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