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As wildfires continue to ravage California, Bethel Church is reaching out to help those who have lost everything.  An influential charismatic church based in Redding, California, Bethel Church has a congregation of several thousand and wishes to help its wider […]

Everyone has heard the stories of big dogs that think they are lap dogs. Kernel the Great Dane, however, takes that to a whole new level. The massive pooch loves to sit in the lap of his owner, Alyssa, and […]

It is extremely irksome what the brain tends to remember. You may struggle to remember what it felt like to freefall when skydiving, but sure as the sky is blue, you remember the humiliation of tripping and falling on your […]

Nelson Mandela has become a household name in recent years for his work as a nonviolence activist who worked ceaselessly to dismantle apartheid in South Africa. He directed a campaign of peaceful, nonviolent defiance against the apartheid government of South […]

Millions of people across the nation were shocked and saddened by the news that Toys ‘R’ Us was closing its doors forever. One person, however, decided to see to it that at least one more group of children was able […]

When a sports interview got political, Laura Ingraham suggested that LeBron James should “just shut up and dribble.” Ingraham has told celebrities to stay out of politics before, and she is one of the most vocal in a growing movement […]

Malaysian entrepreneur, Vijay Eswaran, is Executive Chairman of the Quest International Group, a controlling shareholder of Sri Lankan blue chip Asia Capital and is featured among the top 50 philanthropists in Forbes Asia’s annual list of Heroes of Philanthropy in […]

Reddit is famous for containing all sorts of bizarre lists and internet debates. More than one person has left Reddit, Tumblr and other social media or discussion platforms behind due to both excessive negativity and chains of insults from anonymous […]

In 1983, President Ronald Reagan signed a bill creating a U.S. federal holiday in honor of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. Three years later, the first Martin Luther King Day was celebrated on the third Monday of January. Today, many […]

Pope Francis turned 81 on December 17, 2017 and decided to celebrate his birthday a little differently than most people would have expected from the head of the Roman Catholic Church. Over the weekend, the 266th Pope had a pizza […]