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Mark Barnes, a professor at the University of Arkansas-Pulaski Technical College, uses the video game Minecraft to demonstrate urban planning to people in other countries.

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Mark Barnes, a professor at the University of Arkansas-Pulaski Technical College, uses the video game Minecraft to demonstrate urban planning to people in other countries.

premiumUnited Nations finds use for North Little Rock professor's video game skills

Mark Barnes played Minecraft nearly every day after he got his hands on an early-release copy of the video game. The game, initially developed by the Swedish company Mojang, is a virtual sandbox -- a three-dimensional realm in which characters can build their own worlds by adding or removing a varie...

United Nations finds use for North Little Rock professor's video game skills

Mark Barnes played Minecraft nearly every day after he got his hands on an early-release copy of the video game.

Annihilation 'in sight' for ISIS, Trump says

STERLING, Va. -- President Donald Trump says the end of the Islamic State "is in sight" after the militant group was driven out of Raqqa, its self-declared capital in Syria.

Health bill gets bipartisan rollout

Backers of a bipartisan bill that would preserve subsidies for low-income Americans under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act introduced it Thursday with two-dozen co-sponsors, while President Donald Trump continued to equivocate on whether he backed the measure.

Arkansas Supreme Court: Local grant system unconstitutional

LITTLE ROCK — The Arkansas Supreme Court says a system of grants lawmakers used to pay for local projects around the state violated a constitutional requirement that budget measures have a distinctly stated purpose.

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