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Is the Lottery a Good Gamble?

Researchers have determined that a person who drives 10 miles to buy a lottery ticket is three times more likely to be killed in a car accident while ...


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Here’s How Winning the Lottery Makes You Miserable

If you win the Powerball jackpot, you may not be as lucky as you may think. Many winners befall the so-called curse of the lottery, with some squandering ...


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God Will Bring Us Safely Through all Danger

San Francisco has its cable cars. Seattle has its Space Needle. And Longview, WA has its squirrel bridge called The Nutty Narrows Bridge. Spanning Olympia ...


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What Fire Evacuees Grab with Seconds to Spare

For those who had time to escape the wildfires of 2017 in California, the question was what do we grab? As flames barreled toward their homes, devouring ...


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Unknown Missionary Fought a Corrupt King

In his book A Selfish Plan to Change the World Justin Dillon relates the courage of a missionary couple who stood up against corruption:

In the late 1800s, ...

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Failure Is Much More Common than Success

In his book, Break Open the Sky, Steven Bauman writes:

Despite our near-phobic fear of failure, the facts suggest that it's actually a common, almost universal, ...


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31-Year-Old Climber Completes Solo, Gear-Free Summit of Yosemite's El Capitan

In Yosemite National Park stands a 3,000-foot wall of granite known as El Capitan. It's long been a rock climber's dream, but it's a daring dream. Reaching ...


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Child Gives Up Stuffed Moose to Keep Police Officer Safe

At a routine traffic stop last year, 5-year old Mackenzie Brown sacrificially gave up her own stuffed moose toy to a Pennsylvania police officer, hoping ...


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Man Hopes Wal-Mart Sign Will Fall on His Head

Walmart is no stranger to interesting characters—there's even a calendar featuring its eclectic clientele. But a recent Texas patron went to his ...


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Pre-Columbian Chinese Megaships Ruled The Seas, Then They Burned Them

Long before Christopher Columbus sailed across the Atlantic, a Chinese admiral named Zheng He launched the greatest armada the world had ever seen: more ...


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