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There is comparatively dim memory of the costs of the First World War for baseball. [Read More]
The two most lethal pandemics in western history can help us think about the challenges and stakes we currently face with the coronavirus: the Black... [Read More]
I had a huge aha moment this morning. I realized that 15 years ago this month, in the spring of 2005, my husband Bryan and... [Read More]
Instead of treating the coronavirus crisis like the financial crisis, we should instead ramp up production of basic needs like masks and ventilators. [Read More]
I believe there are no accidents. The River of Life has storms, floods, earthquakes and fires. It has always been so. We can easily be... [Read More]
Derailed by the Great Recession as youths, US millennials fear the financial toll of the pandemic. [Read More]
97-year-old Lucy Pollock has lived through the Great Depression, World War II and a cancer diagnosis--so she's not letting the coronavirus outbreak get her down. [Read More]
A National Geographic article called 'We took the Great American Road Trip — in electric cars' explores the country's motoring past and energy future. [Read More]
After 98 plus years spreading love, generosity, and devotion to her God, family, and every person who had the great good fortune to know her,... [Read More]
Well, this coronavirus sure has stirred things up, hasn't it? It has really changed a lot of what we take for granted. The panic it... [Read More]
THE other day, anxious in my desk chair, I became a virtual traveler, staring at photos of public spaces abandoned in the wake of the... [Read More]
The presence of water in Halema'uma'u has sparked an important discussion about what the pond means for future eruptions at Kilauea Volcano. There are no... [Read More]
It's the little details that really stand out in this Craftsman design, like the wraparound porch. A fireplace in the great room keeps things warm... [Read More]
A commission that advises the General Assembly on revenue and economic issues is warning that a slowdown of business activity caused by the COVID-19 outbreak... [Read More]
Cautious Wuhan residents tentatively venture out Email suggests police may indict Lori Vallow Back home in Oakland, Calif., Lisa Pezzino and Kit Center built... [Read More]
Bonita Marie (Forbes) Eichler died Friday, March 13, 2020 at home with family. Born in Seattle, July 11, 1929 just prior to the Great Depression... [Read More]
June 27, 1932, was the opening day of the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, and party bigs still hadn't decided who they would nominate to... [Read More]
No one knows how this recession may unfold or how effectively the government's rescue programs might help. Ignited by an external event — a raging... [Read More]
I've been trying to curb my impulse of doing these letters in response to other's and the issues of the day. I've been good for... [Read More]
Tonight's installment features a home-made obstacle course, some Wii tennis, and indoor biking. It's amazing how much fun a little outside the box thinking can... [Read More]
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