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May 4, 2014

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan Speaks Regarding Kidnapped Schoolgirls: ‘Wherever They Are, We’ll Get Them Out’; Military Plans Raid on Boko Haram’s Forest Stronghold

Amid mounting international pressure, Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan spoke Sunday about his government's efforts to rescue more than 200 schoolgirls abducted by militants. "Wherever these girls are, we'll get them out," he said, acknowledging that officials don't know where they... Continue Reading →

LISTEN: How to Face Constant Conflict as a Christian (Part 2) (Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message with Daniel Whyte III)

[ca_audio url_mp3="https://www.buzzsprout.com/3192/171204-how-to-face-constant-conflict-as-a-christian-part-2.mp3" url_ogg="" download="true" align="none"] (Download MP3) Sunday Evening Evangelistic Message #166 TEXT: Matthew 10:16: "Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves: be ye therefore wise as serpents, and harmless as doves." On last Sunday,... Continue Reading →

Senator Lindsey Graham: Benghazi Issue Could Backfire on Republicans

Any attempt by Republicans to embarrass the Obama administration over the deadly Sept. 11, 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya, could backfire in the mid-term congressional elections, a Republican U.S. senator warned on Sunday. Some Republicans view the attack, in which... Continue Reading →

America Is No Longer as Alarming to Its Foes or Reassuring to Its Friends

AMERICA’S allies are nervous. With Russia grabbing territory, China bullying its neighbours and Syria murdering its people, many are asking: where is Globocop? Under what circumstances will America act to deter troublemakers? What, ultimately, would America fight for? The answer... Continue Reading →

States Increase Veterans’ Accessibility to College

While many young people join the military for help funding college, many returning veterans still face economic pressure when they return home—a fact that several states are trying to change. State legislatures in both Washington and Florida passed bills in... Continue Reading →

Interesting Study Finds that You Sound Smarter If You Use Your Middle Initial in Writing

Want to be seen as an intellectual? Here's an easy first step: Start using your middle initial in writing. Doing so, a study finds, boosts "positive evaluations of people's intellectual capacities and achievements." The study—run by researchers Wijnand A.P. van Tilburg... Continue Reading →

5 Investing Mistakes to Avoid

Investors are their own worst enemies sometimes. As market participants, we often struggle with the pitfalls of fear and greed. These two emotions have the potential to inflict more damage to a portfolio than anything found lurking in economic reports... Continue Reading →

Chicago Conference Focuses on Black Fathers and Their Struggle to Reconnect After Incarceration

Black men locked up in Illinois prisons make up more than half the population and 63 percent of them are fathers with minor children. Wesley Cooke was one of them. He was just a teenager when he became a father... Continue Reading →

White House Reporters Honor Black Journalist, Harry McAlpin

Harry McAlpin was standing outside the Oval Office, moments away from becoming the first black reporter to attend a presidential news conference, when one of his contemporaries approached with a deal. Stay out here, the reporter told McAlpin. The other... Continue Reading →

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