New Year’s Resolution: End Hunger in America

The economy has been doing much better lately than it was five years ago, yet there are still far too many people in the U.S. who face hunger on a daily basis.

According to domestic hunger-relief organization Feeding America, 42 million people in our nation currently face hunger…

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Smith, Meet Lopez

Smith is still the most popular surname in the United States, but it’s starting to feel the heat from Garcia, Rodriguez and Lopez, the U.S. Census Bureau reports.

It’s actually amazing how long the surnames Smith, Johnson and Williams have been 1, 2 and 3 on the…

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Last Flights

It seems like only yesterday that the Wright brothers made the world’s first powered, heavier-than-air flight. Actually, it seems like ages ago, before any of us were born.

In fact, the Wright brothers’ famous flight took place 113 years ago, on a December day on the wind…

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The Biggest Threat to Data Security, Is Us

We’ve heard a lot of talk recently about data breaches and high-tech hacking. Whether we’re talking credit card numbers at a store or the files on a political party’s hard drive, it seems that no data is secure these days, and thieves are running wild.


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How to Avoid a Holiday Hangover

‘Tis the season to wake up with a throbbing headache and a sour stomach. Yes, it’s a festive season, but there can be a price to pay.

Lucky for you, there’s a doctor in the house, and he wants to help you avoid a dreadful hangover this season…

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