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Husbands Will Learn Conflict Resolution, How to Overcome Difficulty, and Have Increased Confidence

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This book was written to help a willing husband save his marriage by becoming a better husband and a better man.

DonCarlos M. Bain’s book, A Great 2nd Husband: Be a Better Husband Because You Can ($12.49, paperback, 9781498465663; $20.99, 9781498465670; $5.99, ebook, 9781498465687), is available for purchase.

One would certainly question the world’s need for yet another book on marriage. While it’s true that the shelves are spilling over with such books, once in a while there are books written that can really make a difference.

By giving insight into his personal life and through real life application of biblical ideals, author DonCarlos Bain directs the willing husband to focus on himself. Regardless of his age or marital status, A Great 2nd Husband gives insight that ranges from avoiding common mistakes husbands tend to make in marriage to saving a

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American Eagle Outfitters to Spend $5 Million on Retail Associates’ Education

American Eagle Outfitters is making some new investments.

This time, the retailer is helping finance the education of its associates with the AEO Real Change Scholarship for Social Justice. The $5 million endowment will fund college expenses for employees who have a track record of promoting social justice issues within their communities.

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“Our associates have always been the heartbeat of AEO Inc. and real change comes from investing in our people,” Jay Schottenstein, executive chairman and chief executive officer of American Eagle Outfitters, told WWD. “The scholarship was created to help dismantle systematic racism by providing equitable education opportunities and encouraging our AEO family to make a positive impact in the world — and within our company — through work that promotes social justice.”

American Eagle Outfitters, which includes the American Eagle, Aerie, Todd Snyder and Unsubscribed brands, employs nearly 40,000 associates globally. About 70 percent

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Used-car consignment store CarLotz nears deal to go public, report says

NEW YORK — CarLotz Inc., a U.S. consignment store for used vehicles, is nearing a deal to go public through a merger with blank-check acquisition company Acamar Partners Acquisition Corp. at a valuation of close to $830 million, including debt, people familiar with the matter told Reuters on Wednesday.

The deal would make CarLotz the third major U.S. online car seller to go public this year, following in the trails of Vroom Inc. and Shift Technologies Inc., as online vehicle sales boom during the coronavirus pandemic powered by consumers seeking to practice social distancing.

An agreement could be announced as soon as Thursday, the sources said, requesting anonymity because the matter is confidential. CarLotz and Acamar declined to comment.

Richmond, Va.-based CarLotz, which was founded in 2011, operates a consignment platform that splits profits from vehicle sales with the car owners. This business model differs from those of

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Obama says Trump couldn’t ‘protect himself’ from COVID, has failed to protect the nation

Former President Barack Obama gave a fiery speech Wednesday in Philadelphia that attacked President Donald Trump as incompetent and surrounded by “hacks”, while promoting his former vice president, Joe Biden, as someone who would better deal with the pandemic and heal the economy.

Obama, in his first in-person campaign event two weeks before the end of 2020 voting, noted 220,000 Americans died from COVID-19, millions of jobs were lost and said the country’s reputation is in tatters around the world under Trump.

“He hasn’t shown any interest in doing the work or helping anybody but himself and his friends, or treating the presidency like a reality show that he can use to get attention,” Obama said. “This is not a reality show – this is reality. The rest of us have had to live with the consequences of him proving himself incapable of taking the job seriously.”

But Obama said

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6 of the top online personal training courses and programs

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Online personal training courses can provide an affordable, flexible, and effective alternative to face-to-face personal trainers. The main difference between the two is that an online personal trainer is not usually physically present when a person is working out.

Instead, online training usually involves a person filling out a questionnaire about their current fitness levels and fitness goals. An online personal trainer will then tailor a workout program and sometimes a nutrition program to suit the person’s needs.

Read on to learn more about how online personal training works. This article also provides a list of online personal trainers that a person may wish to consider.

Each personal training course or program will have specific instructions. However, most provide tailored workouts and nutritional

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Deavan Says ‘I Want You To Be My Husband’ To Topher Park


While Deavan Clegg has her Korean wedding with Jihoon on 90 Day Fiancé, she’s hinting at tying the knot with boyfriend Topher Park via Instagram.

Deavan Clegg and Jihoon Lee will be getting married for the second time on 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way. In a non-reality TV timeline, however, Deavan is with a new man while Jihoon is still in Korea. Topher Park was a surprising addition to the 90 Day Fiancé couple’s off-screen storyline, who may or may not make an appearance on the TLC show. But whether she continues on the show or not, Deavan definitely wants new boyfriend Topher to be part of her life, as she has now declared on Instagram that she wants Topher to be her husband.

The future of 90 Day Fiancé’s Deavan and Jihoon was a bleak one from day one. During their first-ever meeting, Deavan got pregnant

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US Says Iran Is Behind Threatening ‘Proud Boys’ Emails About Mail-In Vote

The U.S. government accused Iran of being behind the recent threatening emails sent to several voters in Florida, Arizona, and Alaska during a press conference on Wednesday. 

The Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe said that the emails, which were designed to make it look like they came from the far-right group Proud Boys, were “desperate attempts by desperate adversaries.”

“Our elections systems are resilient and you can be confident your votes are secure,” Ratcliffe said during the press conference. “We will not tolerate foreign interference in our elections.” 

After Radcliffe, FBI director Christopher Wray spoke briefly about election security, promising Americans that the Bureau is tracking any efforts to undermine the election. 

Neither Ratcliffe nor Wray provided any evidence or information supporting the accusation that Iran was responsible for the email campaign. 

Do you work on election security? Do you do vulnerability reserch on voting machines or ssystems? We’d

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Rising to the occasion: Home bakers meet community needs | News

City Bakery in downtown Fergus Falls closed at the end of 2017 and, so far, no brick and mortar bakery has come to fill in the space the bakery has left behind. While grocery stores like Service Food Market and Walmart have bakeries with cakes, cookies and more, and restaurants like Dairy Queen will make cakes, many customers are turning to home bakers for their baked good needs.

Local baker Holly Petersen, who runs The Sugared Pearl Cakes, started baking as a hobby five years ago with the hope of turning it into a side business. She makes custom cakes, cupcakes, cookies and other treats as requested.

“I do feel that I’m filling a niche for high-end decorated custom cakes,” she says.

Angela Erickson runs Simply Special Celebrations in Fergus Falls and originally rented a commercial kitchen space with her friend and started a fully licensed online bakery. In 2015,

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Mortgage Protection Insurance Vs. Life Insurance Vs. PMI

What would happen if you were to pass away before the mortgage on your home is paid off? Will your loved ones have enough money to keep current on the loan?

One option is mortgage protection insurance, also called mortgage life insurance, which pays off your mortgage in the event of your passing. Mortgage protection insurance isn’t right for everyone, however, so it’s important to weigh the pros and cons carefully, and understand how this type of policy contrasts with other kinds of insurance.

What does mortgage protection insurance do? 

Mortgage protection or mortgage life insurance is a form of life insurance that’s designed to pay off your mortgage debt in the event you pass away before the balance is paid in full.

“Typically, mortgage protection insurance is sold as an option after closing on your home,” explains Herb Dorow, an agent with Maris Brown Insurance Group in Rochester Hills,

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How Joe Biden’s Tax Plan Could Affect You

WASHINGTON—In the closing weeks of the campaign, President Trump is increasingly focusing attention on rival Joe Biden’s tax proposals. Mr. Trump said in a tweet that “BIDEN is going to raise your taxes at a level never seen before.”

Here are some common questions.

How big is Biden’s proposed tax increase?

Counting both tax increases and tax cuts, the Biden plan would raise between $2 trillion and $3 trillion over a decade, according to recent estimates by the Tax Policy Center and the American Enterprise Institute. The TPC is run by a former Obama administration official, and the AEI is a conservative-leaning group.

That’s about a 6% increase in federal revenue beyond what it would be if Congress did nothing. Measured as a share of the economy, if all the changes were included in one law, the increase would be about the same size as the one President Reagan signed

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