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Chicago made history on Tuesday, April 2, 2019, when it elected Lori Lightfoot. The city is now the largest in the United States to elect an African American woman as mayor. Even if Lightfoot had lost, however, that would still …Read More

What habits make a millionaire? If that question were easy to answer, there would be an awful lot more millionaires floating around the country. Unfortunately, the secret ingredient to financial success has never been successfully identified, and those that are …Read More

Natural disasters are almost guaranteed to bring out the best and the worst of people. News reports will be filled with either morbidly gleeful statistics about the damage or tales of heroes and heroines who managed to help save others. …Read More

If you need a pick me up, head to the nearest park. Researchers at the University of Alabama-Birmingham found that spending 20 minutes in a park or similar green space is enough to significantly boost a person’s mood. To test …Read More

Most social media challenges are quickly followed by medical and law enforcement officials warning potential challenge takers of all the terrible consequences that come from being stupid enough to light yourself on fire, eat poisonous laundry pods or hide from …Read More

Philippians 4:13 reads, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” It is a popular Bible verse, and it is commonly recited by athletes or worn on their shirts, hats, jerseys or shoelaces. It is also the favorite …Read More

This year marks the 50th anniversary of one of the greatest achievements mankind has ever made, successfully leaving our home planet and setting foot on the lunar surface. It is fitting, then, that the documentary “Apollo 11” revived that triumph …Read More

The Oscars are always an emotional event for those involved. It is far from unusual for acceptance speeches to contain a few tears, and there are undoubtedly a few emotional shows of deep disappointment hidden away from the paparazzi’s cameras. …Read More

Everyone loves a rags to riches story, but few start out as low as Shelby from “A Dog’s Way Home.” Shelby was living in a landfill and forced to sift through the garbage to find her next meal. All of …Read More

The world is becoming increasingly secular. Some tout this as a good thing and the natural progression of the modern world. Others, however, have pointed out that a purely secular and atheistic world leaves holes that cannot be filled by …Read More