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Who Do You Trust?
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Weather by The Book
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Vaccination Resistance
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Don't Be a Bad Listener
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America Isn't Awkward Enough
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Nature Versus Nurture
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When Life Suddenly Collapses
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Christmas in July
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Dare to be Ordinary
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My Father's Hands
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America Once Beautiful
by Greg Asimakoupoulos (Jul 3, 2021)

New lyrics to a familiar tune…

COVID-19 Perspectives for June 2021
by Stu Johnson (Jul 3, 2021)

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Happy Fourth of July!
by Barbara Greenleaf (Jul 1, 2021)

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The Changing Image of the American Father
by Barbara Greenleaf (Jun 29, 2021)

How the fortunes of fathers have waxed, waned, and shape-shifted in the media over the years…

New Loan Options for Seniors and Low-Income Homeowners
by Lew Sichelman (Jun 26, 2021)

Introducing a new 'retirement mortgage' available now in a few states that combines features of a home equity loan and reverse mortgage…

The Unmasked Bandit
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Reflecting on a year of being held hostage…

An Abbreviated World Census
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If there were 100 people in the world, there would be…

Celebrating Dependence Day
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A present-day twist on a piece of Civil War history related to the celebration of Independence Day (July 4)…

Sensitive Care from Others Makes Pain Easier to Bear
by Ken Potts (Jun 21, 2021)

Even persons suffering from severe physical trauma or illness have been shown to suffer less pain if medical treatment is accompanied by emotionally sensitive care…

A Prodigal Father's Day
by Greg Asimakoupoulos (Jun 19, 2021)

The patient, persistent, unconditional love of our Heavenly Father…

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Here's how to say sorry the right way…

Celebrating Juneteenth
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Essential reading on why this newest national holiday has always been one of the most important days on the calendar…

The Streets Were My Father Movie
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Who's your daddy? A story of hopelessness and redemption…

My Girl Friday
by Greg Asimakoupoulos (Jun 12, 2021)

A toast to all administrative assistants…

A Father's Legacy Movie
by Rusty Wright (Jun 12, 2021)

What was your father like?…

Happy Father's Day 2021
by James N. Watkins (Jun 10, 2021)

Jim updates his annual list of cartoons and articles honoring fatherhood…

With Praise to 'St. Arbucks'
by Greg Asimakoupoulos (Jun 7, 2021)

. . . and the fellowship so many find there…

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by U.S. Census Bureau staff (Jun 5, 2021)

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Sweden's Pandemic Experiment
by Mallory Pickett / The New Yorker (Apr 10, 2021)

When the coronavirus arrived, the country decided not to implement lockdowns or recommend masks. How has it fared?…

Medical Debt
by U.S. Census Bureau staff (Apr 10, 2021)

How serious is it and who has the most?…

The Streets Were My Father Movie
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Who's your daddy? A story of hopelessness and redemption…

Walking with Herb Movie
by Rusty Wright (Apr 16, 2021)

Fun sports drama, inspiring second chances…

Black Deaths Matter
by Greg Asimakoupoulos (Apr 17, 2021)

A call for changes in law enforcement…

Major League Baseball is Back
by U.S. Census Bureau staff (Apr 1, 2021)

Interesting facts and figures as all 30 teams scheduled for opening day games…

by Dan Seagren (Apr 17, 2021)

Achieving clear communication is not as easy as it seems…

They Don't Make Them Like They Used To
by James N. Watkins (Apr 2, 2021)

The cross has become a fashion accessory, its meaning far removed from its origin…

Remembering a Fairy Tale Prince
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Recounting a rather remarkable life…

A Library of Devotional Classics
by Greg Asimakoupoulos (Apr 10, 2021)

Cataloging the timeless volumes we cherish…

Coming Out
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My sexual identity crisis…

Easter is Breaking
by Greg Asimakoupoulos (Apr 3, 2021)

A new hymn text for Resurrection Sunday…

Love and Loss Among Older Adults
by U.S. Census Bureau staff (Apr 24, 2021)

Marriage, divorce, widowhood remain prevalent among older populations…

What Are You Waiting For?
by U.S. Census Bureau staff (Apr 16, 2021)

New tool from U.S. Census Bureau tracks COVID vaccinations and vaccination hesitancy rate…

COVID-19 Numbers for March 2021
by Stu Johnson (Apr 3, 2021)

Vaccinations soar, but cases poised for troubling Easter surge. How does the U.S. compare to the world?…

Unmasking Our Hope this Easter
by Greg Asimakoupoulos (Apr 2, 2021)

. . . after a year of despair, grief…

Zooming in On Someone Else
by George Garrison (Apr 1, 2021)

A Maundy Thursday look at what the pandemic has done to the way we focus our lives…

Easy Does It?
by Dan Seagren (Apr 2, 2021)

The challenges of language and meaning…

Racism and Religion
by Rusty Wright (Apr 23, 2021)

Sanctified bigotry, or unity and diversity solutions?…

Were You Part of History?
by U.S. Census Bureau staff (May 1, 2021)

Despite unique challenges to voter registration and voting created by COVID-19 and heightened concerns about turnout as a result, the 2020 election had the highest voter turnout of the 21st century…

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