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Once Hated, Now a Hero

In the 1960s, towns along the northeast coast of Japan began erecting seawalls to withstand waves of about 30 feet (the height of a terrible tsunami that ...


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Dad Goes Viral After Impromptu National Anthem at Basketball Game

When the crowd inside the gymnasium stood to its feet to begin the game between the West Portsmouth High Senators and the visiting Tigers of Waverly High, ...


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Why It’s So Lonely at the Top

“Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown.” This is the most famous line in William Shakespeare’s play Henry IV, Part 2, spoken by the ...


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Just Leave that Crown in the Garage

In late 2000, Indra Nooyi was working late at PepsiCo. At around 9:30pm her office phone rang. On the other line was a member of the corporate board who ...


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Sheriff Deputies Claim Ignorance in Evidence Scandal

As part of a grand jury inquest, two Orange County sheriffs testified that they didn’t know it was against the law to falsify police reports. To ...


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Report Blames Boeing's 'Culture of Concealment' for Crashes

A congressional investigation into the 737 Max airplane found culpability with both Boeing, the airplane manufacturer, as well as the FAA, the agency ...


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Film Portrays Good Shepherd Protecting His Flock

In the film Greyhound, actor Tom Hanks plays the captain of a US destroyer that is commanding the escorts of a 37-ship convoy. They are crossing the Atlantic ...


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Why Detroit Residents Pushed Back Against Free Tree-Planting

The city of Detroit was in a campaign to reforest its streets after decades of neglecting its depleted tree canopy. However, the tree-planters met stiff ...


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Misdiagnosing a Problem Never Solves It

In his recent book, Heath Adamson describes the process of correctly diagnosing a problem:

Horst Schulze, the former COO of Ritz-Carlton Hotels, told the ...

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A True Man Fights the Good Fight

During the War of 1812, General Andrew Jackson marched more than two thousand Tennessee volunteers from Nashville to New Orleans. With bravado they fought ...


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