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  • Donna Somerville movie
    'Widow On The Hill' true-story movie based on Somerville case
    "Widow On The Hill" is a true-story Lifetime movie based on the case of Donna Sommerville and Hamilton A. Somerville aka Hamilton Somerville Jr. "Widow On The Hill" is directed by Peter Svatek and based on the Vanity Fair...
  • Vicki Kennedy: Sen. Ted Kennedy's widow tapped for USPS assignment
    Vicki Kennedy: Ted Kennedy's widow tapped for USPS assignment
    Vicki Kennedy, widow of Sen. Ted Kennedy, was tapped by President Obabma to serve on the United States Postal Service Board of Governors. The 59-year-old was nominated to serve on the 11-member board. According to WebProNews on Feb. 13, she and...
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    'My 600-Lb. Life' takes viewers on ‘Paula’s Story’ on TLC
    Last night's episode of “My 600-Lb. Life” gave viewers a glimpse into the life of a morbidly obese young woman. This series explores a year in the life of 600-pound individuals trying to regain control of their lives. Paula Jones...
  • Disciplined in the hard school of poverty
    Disciplined in the hard school of poverty
    We cannot wait around for relief from heartless politicians. They are too busy figuring out how to stay in power with the money they have from wealthy contributors. They no longer see it as their business to care for every citizen, only the ones...
  • Shane Lunsford
    Like father like son? Not this teen, who pays back elderly widow his dad robbed
    An Oklahoma teen is receiving praise for doing something his father was incapable of doing – being honest. Fifteen-year-old Christian Lunsford’s dad did what many would consider to be the lowest of the lows when it comes to robbery....
  • Women prepared for aging
    Women prepared for aging
    As a hospice worker for almost four years, the number of women left to poverty after their husbands died was shocking. They were rocking along just fine on his social security, and hers combined; however when he died, and she now was left with...
  • Widow of Nain and her dead son
    Pastor preaches 'What Happens When Life Shows Up'
    Rev. Lois Blakey-Paige, pastor of New Canaan Worship Center in Richmond, Virginia continued her series on miracles on Sunday, July 28, 2013.Pastor Paige preached from Luke 7:11-17 and 21-23. The title of the sermon was as follows:"What...
  • Corn Bean Soup
    Bean Soup with Corn for One
    Cooking for one can be challenging. This simple recipe makes a delicious soup that is easily portioned into individual servings for freezing.Bean Soup with Corn1 can white beans, with broth1 can black beans, drained and rinsed1 can whole kernel...
  • Boston Marathon: Katherine Russell family home.
    Boston Marathon: DNA found did not match suspect's widow
    According to a May 3 report from NBC News, FBI agents have determined that the female DNA found on a fragment at the Boston bombing site did not match the DNA of Katherine Russell.Russell, 24, is the widow of 26-year-old, Tamerlan Tsarnaev who is...
  • Boston Marathon: Katherine Russell family home.
    Boston Marathon: Suspect's widow had radical Islamist material on her computer
    On May 3 the Washington Post reported that the officials investigating the Boston Marathon bombings are focusing more attention on 26-year-old, Tamerlan Tsarnaev's widow. Authorities now say they found radical Islamist material on 24-year-old,...
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    Boston Marathon: Suspect's widow releases his body to family
    The widow of 26-year-old, Tamerlan Tsarnaev has agreed to release his body to his family according to an article published by the Boston Globe on April 30.On Tuesday, April 30 the attorney for Tamerlan Tsarnaev's widow, Katherine Russell, said...
  • Boston Marathon: Katherine Russell family home.
    Boston Marathon: FBI collects evidence from Rhode Island home
    FBI agents who are investigating the Boston Marathon bombings reportedly removed evidence from a North Kingstown, Rhode Island home on Monday, according to an article published by the Irish Examiner on April 30.The home is said to be that of...
  • The Best Worst Thing
    Book review: The Best Worst Thing, by Kristen Brown
    Those who tackle the ambitious mission of writing a memoir often begin with the intent of cleansing themselves of an intense loss or analyzing a critical turning point in their lives. In her beautiful memoir "The Best Worst Thing" author...
  • Elderly woman in public housing told not to pray, has no First Amendment rights
    Elderly woman in public housing told not to pray, has no First Amendment rights
    Ruth Sweats, an elderly widow who lives in a public housing complex near Minneapolis, Minnesota, was allegedly informed that she had no First Amendment rights, and could not pray nor read her Bible in the common area of the complex she lives in...
  • The Bible
    God provides miraculously
    The jar of flour will not be used up and the jug of oil will not run dry, (I Kings 17:14)It seems rare that our ways are God’s ways. Consider the incident in the life of the prophet Elijah from which today's text is taken. Elijah lived...