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DEAR ABBY: My first wife died of colon cancer 25 years ago. She was extremely brave and fought hard for two years, but in the end, it was a blessing when her suffering ended. I remarried 20 years ago, and my second wife has now been diagnosed with the same cancer. When the diagnosis came bac…

THERE ARE A LOT of choices regarding which mutual funds to invest in. Consider that the U.S. has more than 7,400 mutual funds available. It can be overwhelming to choose the one that is best for your investment goals. People make these choices based on various factors including performance, …

To protect against cyber threats, many state governments have formed specialized task forces to address issues like ransomware, phishing and other forms of cyber attacks. But what have these groups accomplished so far?

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Here are the key dates ahead in the 2022 midterm elections, as Democrats try to hold onto and even expand razor-thin majorities in the U.S. House and Senate and Republicans weigh the influence of former President Donald Trump.

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The New Hampshire Union Leader will not be published Monday in observance of the Fourth of July holiday.
Sunday, July 03, 2022

I WAS an appellate judge for fifteen years and was both honored and humbled to serve. I have enormous respect for our judicial systems, both state and federal. They are not perfect but second place is a great distance behind. While politics has on occasion seemingly creeped into judicial decisions, that is the rare occurrence. Oaths matter, judges understand them and public confidence is k…

Friday, July 01, 2022

It can hardly be classified as a “debate,” but this week’s Republican U.S. Senate primary scrum at the Institute of Politics was the first occasion we have had to compare and contrast five candidates who wish to compete against incumbent U.S. Sen. Maggie Hassan in November.

OVER THE past 10 years, City Year New Hampshire has brought hundreds of passionate young people to the Queen City from around the country to complete a year or more of service in Manchester’s public schools. These AmeriCorps members, most of them recent college graduates, have embraced the challenge of helping thousands of our city’s struggling elementary and middle-school students master …