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Test Your Knowledge of Christmas and Hanukkah

By David Tucker and Sarah Morgan Smith InsideSources.com More than 90 percent of Americans will celebrate either Christmas on Dec. 25 or Hanukkah from Dec. 12 to 20. For some, the observance will be primarily religious and for others mostly cultural. ...
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Local Foundation Aids Rohingya Refugees

This week, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson described the ongoing crisis in Myanmar as "ethnic cleansing" against the country's Rohingya population. Tillerson recently made a fact-finding visit to the Budd...

The Legacy JFK Might Have Left

It's been 54 years since the life of President John F. Kennedy was cut short in Dallas, Texas. The date was November 22, 1963. The release of troves of government documents this year related to Kennedy's ass...

Zakaria: Trump’s Saudi Ties Threaten Stability

Fareed Zakaria, in an opinion piece published in the Washington Post, cautioned President Trump against aligning too closely with Saudi Arabia and its unpredictable leader, Prince Mohammed bin Salman. Zakaria cites Salman’s internal decisions – a purge of p...

Can You Ace Our Thanksgiving Quiz?

By Roger L. Beckett On Nov. 23, Americans will celebrate their oldest tradition: the observance of Thanksgiving, which dates back to 1621. The quiz below, from the Ashbrook Center at Ashland University in Ohio...

U.S. Industries Continue to Lose Jobs. Here’s Why

If you listen to protectionists, you may assume that our economy’s production jobs are either being taken by immigrants or shipped overseas to keep costs down. According to productivity data, that does not seem to be the case. Manufacturing employment ha...