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Bull Markets Don’t Go to Church

A thriving stock market (measured by the S&P 500 index) doesn’t translate to more charitable giving. According to a decade of data collected ...


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Goodwill Doesn't Want Your Junk

Well-intended patrons arrive every day at 10:00 am at Goodwill locations with truckloads full of cast-off items. Goodwill spokesperson Heather Steeves ...


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Play-Doh Releases Scented Product Line for Adults

Play-Doh was originally invented as a substance to remove soot from wallpaper, and it wasn’t until decades later that it was marketed as a product ...


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Kirk Cousins Is Planning for Long-Term Stewardship

Kirk Cousins, starting quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings, makes more in a year than many people make in a lifetime. But NFL careers have an expiration ...


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Church Pays Debt Instead of Elaborate Easter Service

Usually, at Easter, Wichita’s Pathway Church spends money on TV ads and direct mail to promote their Easter Sunday service. But in 2019 the church ...


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An Accidental Offering

A Conyers, Ga., resident is out $6,500 after his plan to hide a wad of cash backfired. After 27-year-old Devon Silvey sold his car, he took the cash to ...


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French Football Team Makes the Most of Misspelled Jerseys

Spellcheck is a saving grace for many of us. But what about when you type out a word that is an actual, correctly spelled word—that's just not the ...


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Woman Receives 1000 Percent Tip

A suburban Chicago woman was left stunned over the summer when one of her patrons left a combined tip of over 1,000%. Nicole Thompson, a teacher who worked ...


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Librarian Leaves Millions of Dollars to University

Robert Morin, a cataloguer at the University of New Hampshire's library, "lived a simple, frugal life," complete with TV dinners and a car ...


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Leader Sacrifices His Home During Revolutionary War

The Declaration of Independence was signed by fifty-six men. In signing this document, they put their lives and their fortunes on the line. Treason was ...


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