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Librarians drop Laura Ingalls Wilder’s name from award, citing concerns about racial stereotypes

Laura Ingalls Wilder, born in 1867 outside Pepin, Wisconsin, is the author of the immensely popular Little House series of novels, which begin with ‘Little House in the Big Woods,’ published in 1932
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Would wearing life jackets have made the deadly Branson duck boat accident even worse? Experts divided

While life jackets are a normal accessory in aquatic recreational activities, they weren't required to be worn by passengers on the Ride the Ducks boats in Branson, Missouri and some experts argue that the safety equipment could actually have made escaping the sinking vessel even harder.

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