A photograph shows an industrial assembly line at rest. The shadows of the still and silent machinery appear on the floor in the dimly lit room. Early tomorrow, the switch that engages the assembly line will be hit, and the factory will come to life.
Two men in blue shirts work together to assemble a large piece of furniture. One man holds the shelf in place, while the other uses a drill to put screws in place.
The interior of a busy auto manufacturing plant highlights the many pieces of machinery that go into making an automobile. A worker wearing a hardhat sits at a welding station. To his left is the metal shell of an unfinished automobile.
For at least two decades, lawmakers in the Missouri General Assembly have passed the baton on gay rights. But in 2019, those supporting legal protections for the LGBTQ community hope … Click to Continue »
By Rick Montgomery Rmontgomery@kcstar.com. McClatchy. Mon, 17 Sep 2018 05:00:00 EDT.
While flu outbreaks, Ebola and HIV typically generate the biggest headlines, scientists say tuberculosis remains the No. 1 infectious disease killer globally, affecting about one quarter of the world's population. The U.N. ...
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