With new religious movies steamrolling to theaters in the near future, religious experts are saying religion in the movies is a form of education and a new medium. Read more »
One woman from Fargo, N.D., identified as Cheryl, has decided that rather than handing out candy to every trick-or-treater who comes to her door, she will send a... Read more »
Troy Barber's six kids are somewhat divided on what makes a good scare. Five of them love being haunted, while the sixth would be delighted to miss the whole thing. Read more »
When Josh Sundquist was 9, his leg was amputated to save his life after he was diagnosed with a form of cancer, Ewing's sarcoma. Now 29, he's a Paralympian, a... Read more »
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Football still is America’s game, but there are cracks appearing here and there. At the forefront is the discussion of concussions. Read more »
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A mother’s implementation of ordinary, daily practices of health and safety make her the central influence in preserving and nurturing life. Read more »
People may think of themselves as sometimes producers and sometimes as consumers, but the growing trend of "prosumption" is leading people to work for free while they... Read more »
A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association showed that those with a slightly higher than average BMI (25 - 34.9) may live as long or longer... Read more »
Here are 50 tips, teachings, and mini love notes for my only daughter. These are also tidbits that I constantly need to remind myself of. Maybe some of them are items... Read more »
People know what to do with the physical things left behind after a loved one dies, but what about the digital legacy of social media sites, email accounts, digital... Read more »
How you feel about attacking Syria has no relation to how patriotic you are. Read more »
It is a woman’s responsibility to dress herself in the morning. It is your responsibility to look at her like a human being regardless of what she is wearing. Read more »
Children who don’t exercise their brains during the summer months may suffer from “summer slide” — returning to school knowing less than before... Read more »
One party was missing Wednesday in a Massachusetts courtroom where attorneys and judges debated whether the Pledge of Allegiance violated the equal rights of... Read more »
Last night, as we sometimes do, our family sat around the dining-room table and looked through the summer’s social media photos. Read more »
Consumer debt is shifting around as mortgages are written off and Americans adjust their priorities. Read more »
Utah schools received their report cards Tuesday morning with the release of new school grades based on proficiency in language arts, mathematics and science, and the... Read more »
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