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Judge Orders Man to Write 144 Compliments to Ex-Girlfriend

A Hawaii judge ordered a man to write dozens of compliments about his ex-girlfriend. It's all because he violated her protection order.

Darren Young, ...


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Air Force Academy Head Challenges Racism on Campus

After racial slurs were scrawled outside black students' doors at the US Air Force Academy's preparatory school, Superintendent Lt. Gen. Jay Silveria ...


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Cruelty in Hospital Discharge Sparks Outrage

A viral video sparked national outrage after a bystander took footage of a woman discharged from a hospital in near-freezing weather.

Bystander Imamu Baraka ...


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Accidental Phone Complaint Costs Man His Job

Our harmful words may have negative consequences that we ever imagined. James Stephens learned that lesson the hard way. Stephens was fired from his ...


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Patrick Stewart Now Understands His Father's PTSD

Patrick Stewart, the British-born actor and star of the X-Men films, spent much of his boyhood stepping between his mother and his abusive, alcoholic ...


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Research Suggests Nationalist Bias in Olympic Judging

Figure skating analysts have expressed concern about the possibility of judge favoritism tainting the proceedings in the 2018 Winter Olympics.

At the 2014 ...


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Frederick Douglass Challenged Christians to Live Without Hypocrisy

In his 77 years, Frederick Douglass, America's most famous abolitionist, delivered thousands of speeches, wrote three autobiographies, started newspapers, ...


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Whatever Became of Repentance?

In an article titled "Whatever Became of Repentance?" Christianity Today's Mark Galli writes:

On October 31, 1517, Martin Luther is said ...

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Competitive Chickens Spend Time Fighting Not Producing

An evolutionary biologist at Purdue University named William Muir studied chickens. He was interested in productivity—I think it's something that ...


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'World's Ugliest Dog Contestants' Judges Participants a Little Differently

We all like rooting for the underdog—but at the World's Ugliest Dog Contest, that word takes on a whole new meaning.

For years, the competition has ...


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