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A random Flickr search led to an important insight for one of the Executive Editors of the Good Men Project.
Kathryn DeHoyos worries the fight to end human trafficking may be damaged by the revelation made in a New York Times Op-Ed this week.
A high school football team in Portville, New York, has voted to cancel the remainder of its season after the death of one of their teammates following a helmet-to-helmet collision during a game earlier this month.
Donny Bynum, the Dale County School Superintendent said, “If more people wanted to be like Chuck the world would be a better place.”
Burger King VP Diego Beamonte said, “We are deeply troubled by the findings of our investigation and apologize to our guests, who trust us to source only the highest quality 100% beef burgers.”
Did you know that murder is not the type of gun violence that kills the most Americans?
A new report could blow the old condom vs. natural debate open for good.
The group claims they have “enough fissile material for multiple warheads,” which it will launch against the justice department and “its associated executive branches.”
Were it not for a single company and its drive to dominate the diamond industry, the history of engagement rings would be very different.
Their mission is to “improve the care and protection of heroes through individual support, community empowerment and systemic change.”
Rev. Sergiy Rybko says, “Until this scum gets off of Russian land, I fully share the views of those who are trying to purge our motherland of it.”
The Pentagon’s inspector general has found nothing to point to conduct unbecoming an officer in Gen. Allen’s email communications with a Tampa socialite.
After reports of inhumane treatment, including torture, Coalition countries have halted the transfer of detainees to some Afghan prisons.
An assistant DA said, “None of the statements made in this case would be admissible without the victim,” and now that they are married he can’t be compelled to testify.