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Category: Human Interest

Man plans to Create “Family Portrait of Humanity.”

December 12, 2012 | 1

Pulitzer Prize winner, Paul Salopek, is planning a 7 year adventure, to show follow the trek of early humans, leaving Africa and spreading across the country.

Watch for Paul’s updates online, every 100 miles.

Read about his plans here: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2245422/Writers-epic-seven-year-journey-covering-21-000-miles-retrace-path-migrating-ancestors.html

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“I Already Have Toys and Other Kids Don’t.”

December 12, 2012 |

Chase Branscum, a little boy in Oklahoma, just gave 500 toys to local kids he’s never even met, through Toys for Tots.

“I already have toys, and other kids don’t,” he said, when asked why he did it.

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Hurricane Sandy Makes it to Santa’s List?

December 10, 2012 |

This year, along with the normal requests being mailed to Santa, Hurricane Sandy’s victims are requesting help for Christmas.

Watch the video below to see how some every day people are volunteering in “Operation Santa,” and helping those struck by … Read More

December 7, 1869

December 7, 2012 | 1

Frederick Douglas said the following in his speech delivered 143 years ago today:

 

“Our Composite Nation.”

Douglass responded to the question of whether the United States is better or worse because of the different races within the country. … Read More

Child Gives Big To Children’s Hospital

December 7, 2012 |

Little Kailey Ray in Ohio decided to help 30 children she’s never even met. Taking it upon herself to hand knit hats and sell them, all of her proceeds went to buying 30 “American Girl” dolls for patients in Cincinnati … Read More

One Selfless Donation Inspires Others

December 6, 2012 |

After watching his brother do the same, Rhode Island URI football player John Greenhalgh then also donated bone marrow. These donations go to strangers. People we don’t know, or judge, get the help they need.

John then inspired someone else. … Read More

Everybody Gets a Bike!

December 6, 2012 |

The San Diego Chargers showed up to Edison Elementary School with over 200 bikes for the students! Watch the video on their site to see lots of happy and surprised little faces, as they all get brand new bikes. It … Read More

Landlord Gives Rent Discount for Christmas

December 6, 2012 | 2

How nice! An LA landlord sent the following note to his tenants, giving them a price break on this month’s rent, in order to make Christmas more affordable. Each Tenant was instructed to deduct $70.00 from the December’s total.

The letter … Read More

An Award Show for Charity?

December 5, 2012 |

On December 8th, NBC is airing the “American Giving Awards.”

We think this is a great idea. Perhaps it will motivate others to “give,” or at least inspire the charitable mind-set.

Having said that, it’s also something that happens … Read More

Football Player Andre Johnson Spends $19,521.14 on…..

December 4, 2012 | 3

Houston Texans wide receiver Andre Johnson just gave us another example of American exceptionalism. Taking with him children from the Child Protective Services system, he spent over nineteen thousand dollars on toys for them at Toys R Us.

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Hurricane Sandy Hero, Jay Price

December 4, 2012 | 1

Football coach Jay Price knows people need help…he has also become the source of help. During Hurricane Sandy and weeks after the storm, his selfless  work continues. Jay is still doing all he can each day to get help to … Read More

This Label Caused More Harm Than Good

December 2, 2012 |

In an opinion piece on CNN, author Ruben Navarrette shares why the title of, “Mexican-American” caused him confusion.  It may be the norm here, but try to take that into Mexico, and see how that works.

Perhaps we should … Read More

Houston’s body being flown to New Jersey for funeral this week, source says

February 14, 2012 |

Article Source: CNN

Los Angeles (CNN) — What killed Whitney Houston is still an official mystery despite widespread media speculation, but a Los Angeles County coroner official downplayed the suspicion that drugs played a major role Monday.

 

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Zuckerberg’s taxes on IPO? How about $2 billion

February 6, 2012 |

Commentary from Kevin Jackson:

Zuckerberg’s IPO of Facebook could cost him a cool $2B. Not big deal for a big baller. However, Zuckerberg wants to limit his future tax liability. So much for paying HIS fair share, right? … Read More

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