When I was a kid my favorite book was “Pinocchio.” Pinocchio’s nose was very sensitive. His nose could smell lies, and whenever he told one his nose got big right in front of his face. It stared him down and told him to take a serious look at himself.

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I nosed all over the internet to see who was responsible for the March 18, 2018, death of Elaine Herzeberg, struck by a driverless car as she crossed the street in Tempe, Arizona. Genius brains had programmed the car to avoid pedestrians.

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by Sheryl Cummings, Minnesota Operation Lifesaver state coordinator, and Jeanine Black, Minnesota Operation Lifesaver authorized volunteer

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By Chad Dull, vice president of academics,

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Maybe it’s not that surprising that a recent CDC study revealed that four of 10 US adults have put off regular medical care because of their COVID-19-related concerns. The study’s authors found that as of June 30, 41 percent of adults delayed or avoided medical care. This includes emergency …