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How One Child’s Murder Helped Launch The Anti-Defamation League

How One Child’s Murder Helped Launch The Anti-Defamation League

Mary Phagan was just 12 years old when she was found dead in a factory. The hate speech her case incited would help launch an organization meant to combat it.
After His $1K Stock Became $2 Million, 98-Year-Old Gives It All To Wildlife Sanctuary

After His $1K Stock Became $2 Million, 98-Year-Old Gives It All To Wildlife Sanctuary

Russ Gremel bought $1,000-worth of Walgreens stock 70 years ago. Now, the Chicago native is giving his entire fortune to protect wildlife.
Why Portugal Has Preserved The Centuries-Old Head Of A Serial Killer

Why Portugal Has Preserved The Centuries-Old Head Of A Serial Killer

In spite of his 1841 execution, Diogo Alves "lives" on to this day.
Man Outraged At Women-Only “Wonder Woman” Screenings Gets Perfect Response From Mayor

Man Outraged At Women-Only “Wonder Woman” Screenings Gets Perfect Response From Mayor

The Mayor of Austin had some choice words for a man angered by women-only screenings at an Austin, Texas, movie theater.
Transgender Man Expecting Baby With Husband Works To Spread Awareness

Transgender Man Expecting Baby With Husband Works To Spread Awareness

The Oregon couple will have their first child sometime this summer.
More Inclusive Vision Of America Emerges In Vigil For Portland Stabbing Victims

More Inclusive Vision Of America Emerges In Vigil For Portland Stabbing Victims

The mother of one of the victims of last weekend's Portland stabbing advocated inclusion in a vigil.
Man Who Married His Ex-Teacher After She Served 7 Years for Raping Him, Requests Split

Man Who Married His Ex-Teacher After She Served 7 Years for Raping Him, Requests Split

After nearly 12 years of marriage and two children, Vili Fualaau has filed to separate from his wife, rapist, and 6th grade teacher, Mary Kay Letourneau.
Poverty A “State Of Mind,” Says Man In Charge Of U.S. Agency That Helps The Poor

Poverty A “State Of Mind,” Says Man In Charge Of U.S. Agency That Helps The Poor

On a Wednesday radio show, HUD Secretary Ben Carson implied that being poor is a choice.
The Americans Who Attempted To Colonize Jerusalem

The Americans Who Attempted To Colonize Jerusalem

Photos of life inside the turn-of-the-century Christian colony.
A Jury Found This Man Not Guilty Of A Crime, Will Still Be Sent To Prison

A Jury Found This Man Not Guilty Of A Crime, Will Still Be Sent To Prison

A jury found Ramad Chatman innocent, but a Georgia judge ruled that his being accused was enough to land him in jail.
Elephant Kills African Big Game Hunter By Slamming Body On Top Of Him

Elephant Kills African Big Game Hunter By Slamming Body On Top Of Him

Theunis Botha, a hunter known for killing leopards using hounds, died in Zimbabwe when a shot elephant fell on top of him.