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Since Leaving the KKK, This Veteran Now Spends His Time Volunteering for Anti-Hate Mission

After Chris Buckley found compassion among Blacks and Muslims he once despised, he left the Ku Klux Klan to join the anti-hate nonprofit...

Students ‘Overwhelmed’ After Landlord Gives Them ‘Good Tenant Bonuses’ On Top of Returning Security Deposits

English students in Leeds praised their landlord who gave them 'good tenant' bonuses when they were moving out–and the tweet went viral with...

‘Wine Fairies’ Have Been Anonymously Gifting Booze and Treats to Neighbors Who Could Use a Smile

Dozens of Facebook groups for the “Sisterhood of the Traveling Wine” have popped up across America so ‘wine fairies’ can leave gifts for...

Largest City in Australia is Now Powered By 100% Renewable Energy Thanks to Historic Deal

The City of Sydney has just made history through the nation's largest purchase power agreement to meet 100% of the city's electricity with...

Researchers Announce The First Cartilage-Mimicking Gel That’s Strong Enough For Knees

Duke University researchers have developed a gel material as strong as cartilage that could be a game-changer for thousands of adults with knee...

How an Indian Architect is Sucking Carbon Emissions Out of the Air and Turning it into Stylish Tiles

Architect and Indian eco-warrior Tejas Sidnal launched the startup Carbon Craft Design to suck CO2 out of the air and turn it into...

Dream of Plentiful Transplant Organs Moves Closer to Reality as Scientists Grow Tiny Working Livers from Skin Cells

Researchers from Pittsburgh are growing tiny functional human livers out of skin cells and transplanting them in rats as proof-of-concept for organ supply The...

Caribbean Island is On Track to Become The World’s First ‘Hurricane-Proof’ Country

Plans for building a climate-resiliant nation, in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, have led to a GDP rise by 9% for the Caribbean...

‘Humble Bus Driver’ Uses Lockdown and Constant Nudges From Students to Finally Get College Degree

A ‘humble school bus driver’ Clayton Ward credits the high school teens he transported for helping him rediscover his dream of earning a...

In a Victory for the Environment Germany Bans Single-Use Plastic and Styrofoam

Germany is making major strides towards trying to practice what she preaches in terms of environmentalism. The country announcement yesterday that it will...

Once the Epicenters For COVID-19, New York and Italy Reach Single Digit Numbers

Once epicenters for COVID-19 in both the U.S. and Europe, hospitalizations and deaths in New York and Italy have plummeted, with single-digit death...

They Buy All the Frozen Pops From Old Man’s Cart So He Could Get Out of the Heat, Then Raise 60,000 For Him

Chicago neighbors bought all the paletas from an old man’s cart so he could go home on Father’s Day, then raised $60k for...

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China Says Hong Kong Primaries Show Attempt at 'Color Revolution'

China on Tuesday said last weekend's democratic primaries were an attempt at a "color revolution" in Hong Kong, citing a draconian security law...

Yasme Foundation Supporting Grant will Expand Reverse Beacon Network

The Reverse Beacon Network (RBN) will gain 15 new nodes, thanks to the Yasme Foundation. These new nodes will be added in regions...

Paper Clip Chain Activity is Quick Fun for Fine Motor Skills

Click here to read Paper Clip Chain Activity is Quick Fun for Fine Motor Skills on Hands On As We Grow® A quick paper...

FCC Announces Closing of Filing Window at its Headquarters

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In Yemen, thousands of Ethiopian migrants stranded, COVID-19 likely widespread

Tens of thousands of Ethiopian migrants have been stranded in war-ravaged Yemen where they continue to be subjected to arbitrary detention and exposure...