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Every sports town should take a page out of the Cleveland playbook for who they are at heart – believers.
Not everyone is a handyman. This electrician shares the basics to help get the job done.
Erin Kelly offers her thoughts on the Orlando shooting.
The American epidemic known as stop-and-frisk was birthed from the case Terry v. Ohio, which when examined carefully was problematic.
It’s critical that business leaders strike a balance between tyrant and pushover, and it’s all in the style of leadership.
STAND corresponded with author Steve Almond about his book Against Football: One Fan’s Reluctant Manifesto.
Want the big bucks? Then do it for nothing first.
The competition is known as “limbing.” If most of us tried this it wouldn’t just be tree limbs that got “limbed.”
University students of 2015-16 have some key things in common with their 1976 predecessors.
Shankar Kasynathan shares his theories on the soul searching hunt, for the few singles who are still emotionally available.
The fluid forms of nature seem to take a breath, a respite from the fierce heat of an Andalucían summer.
Sean Swaby got the Max 360 Unidirectional Radar Detector and immediately felt like a super-spy. You know, the good kind.
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