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Owura Kwadwo Hottish illustrates a window of Microsoft Word using colored chalk on a blackboard. He uses it to teach computer skills to students at the Betenase M/A Junior High School in Kumasi, Ghana. Frimpong Innocent hide caption

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Computer Teacher With No Computers Chalks Up Clever Classroom Plan

Owura Kwadwo Hottish, a middle school teacher in Ghana, has found a way around the problem. He literally draws the computer screen on the blackboard.

A United States Steel Corp. plant in Clairton, Pa. President Trump's plan to place tariffs on steel and aluminum imports has sparked fears of a trade war. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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Businesses Duck And Cover As Trump Says Trade War Is 'Easy To Win'

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For Rogers, farming is a calling and a way of life. He says continuing financial pressure is threatening the survival of dairy farmers and the landscape of New England. Tovia Smith/NPR hide caption

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As Milk Prices Decline, Worries About Dairy Farmer Suicides Rise

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A Utah teacher is shown how to handle a handgun by instructor Clint Simon (right) at a concealed-weapons training class to 200 Utah teachers in 2012. George Frey/Getty Images hide caption

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Who Wants To Arm Teachers? Republican Men

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Lucy Dacus' sophomore album, Historian, is available now. Dustin Condren/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Lucy Dacus Finds Comfort In Loss On 'Historian'

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Owura Kwadwo Hottish illustrates a window of Microsoft Word using colored chalk on a blackboard. He uses it to teach computer skills to students at the Betenase M/A Junior High School in Kumasi, Ghana. Frimpong Innocent hide caption

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Computer Teacher With No Computers Chalks Up Clever Classroom Plan

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A nurse prepares a flu shot at the Salvation Army in Atlanta last month. The disease is still "widespread" in many places, but slowing. David Goldman/AP hide caption

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For The Second Week, The Flu Epidemic Has Eased

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An election poster for the 5-Star Movement showing leader Luigi di Maio and the motto "Participate. Choose. Change" is seen on the side of a bus in Rome ahead of the March 4 general elections. Alberto Pizzoli/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Italy's 5-Star Movement Leads In Polls, But Some Past Supporters Vow 'Never Again'

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