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Three excited football fans sit on a couch while three more cheer behind them, a picture of a typical Super Bowl Sunday viewing party. By Rawpixel.com/stock.adobe.com

How you can win Super Bowl Sunday long after Sunday

A patron buys a movie ticket underneath a marquee featuring the films "Barbie" and "Oppenheimer" at the Los Feliz Theatre, Friday, July 28, 2023, in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello). The simultaneous release resulted in the event called "Barbenheimer."

From Barbenheimer to The Flash: The hits, flops, and surprises of the 2023 summer movie season

A lab technician wearing blue gloves holds a vial of some chemical substance in front of an open laptop. © Parilov/stock.adobe.com Authorities discovered an unlicensed lab in Fresno County, California, where the CDC found at least twenty potentially infectious agents.

Will World War III be fought with biological and computer viruses?

This combination of photos shows former President Donald Trump, left, and President Joe Biden, right. Biden and Trump are preparing for a possible rematch in 2024. (AP Photo/File). Biden and Trump represent the growing partisan animosity that has some voters wondering if America should get a divorce. This combination of photos shows former President Donald Trump, left, and President Joe Biden, right. Biden and Trump are preparing for a possible rematch in 2024. (AP Photo/File). Biden and Trump represent the growing partisan animosity that has some voters wondering: Should America should get a divorce?

Should the United States get a “national divorce”?

Arizona State's Desmond Cambridge Jr. (4) goes to the basket against Nevada's Darrion Williams (5) during the second half of a First Four college basketball game in the NCAA men's basketball tournament, aka March Madness, on Wednesday, March 15, 2023, in Dayton, Ohio. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

March Madness tips off today: How the NCAA tournament became a cultural phenomenon

A Christian worshipper raises their hand during a church worship service. © By tutye/stock.adobe.com. Harvard University reports that going to church is associated with a lower risk of a "death of despair."

Three reasons going to church lowers “deaths of despair”

A Christmas tree comprised of vials, bottles, and medicine sits against a green background.

What does Christmas have to do with bioethics?

A statue of Walt Disney holding the hand of Mickey Mouse in front of the Disneyland castle in Anaheim, CA

“I feel like I might be dreaming”: A stranger takes a 100-year-old veteran to Disneyland

How the Ukrainian “IT Army” prevented a nuclear meltdown

Kentucky woman survived flood by binding herself to her children with a vacuum cord

Big Ten close to signing TV contract worth more than $1 billion annually

Queen Elizabeth will not attend today’s Service of Thanksgiving due to “some discomfort”

“She died a hero trying to get help”: What we know about gunmen who carry out mass school shootings

5 Questions Pastors should be asking

The dos and don’ts of forming female allies at work—and why that’s part of God’s plan for men and women

Facebook is hurting its users, but is it our fault?

Facebook is hurting its users, but is it our fault?

95,000 Afghan refugees may come to the US: How will Christians help?

95,000 Afghan refugees may come to the US: How will Christians help?

The California recall election and "history's most boneheaded predictions"

The California recall election and “history’s most boneheaded predictions”

Nun steals $835K for gambling habit, Howie Mandel describes struggle with anxiety: Healing the alienation of our souls

Nun steals $835K for gambling habit, Howie Mandel describes struggle with anxiety: Healing the alienation of our souls

A mother's "Traveling Diary" goes global: The empowering path to "spiritual beauty"

A mother’s “Traveling Diary” goes global: The empowering path to “spiritual beauty”

Woman refuses to return $1.2 million after clerical error: A fascinating article by a religious skeptic and the empowering privilege of intercession

Woman refuses to return $1.2 million after clerical error: A fascinating article by a religious skeptic and the empowering privilege of intercession

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Chili peppers can help us live longer: The crises of our day and the power of community

"A Dose of Optimism" for the pandemic

“A Dose of Optimism” for the pandemic: The daily key to empowering hope

A military helicopter tries to put out a fire at the port after the explosion on August 4, 2020 in Beirut, Lebanon.

Bride’s wedding video cut short by Beirut explosion: Three keys to living in a non-linear world

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