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  • Homeless
    Honolulu battles mentally ill homeless crisis
    There is a thin line between tolerance and intolerance; between compassion and dispassion. The residents, business owners, and visitors alike, on Oahu, have reached the breaking point. Fed up and with no recourse some residents, and business...
  • Pope Francis Raffles Gifts to Raise Money for Poor
    The benevolent Pope that continues to give: Pope Francis raffles gifts for poor
    Pope Francis continues to lead by example, rather than merely preach the ideologies of Jesus, which is why the Holy Father is revered worldwide. Following the announcement Pope Francis has commissioned showers to be built for the homeless near St....
  • Child homelessness on the rise in America
    Why child homelessness is on the rise: One in 30 children call the streets home
    A tragedy typically hidden from the streets of most major cities, lurking behind the scenes, is that states are dealing with a historic rise in child homelessness. In a new report released yesterday, “one in 30 kids,” became homeless...
  • Jarrad Winter
    Marine Corps veteran says criticism of Islam made him homeless
    Like so many Americans, Jarrad Winter didn't pay much attention to Islam. Now, it's foremost on his mind. In an exclusive interview with Examiner.com Sunday evening, Winter, a Marine Corps veteran, single father of two boys and a computer...
  • Los Angeles Mission to expand psychological services for Skid Row homeless
    Los Angeles Mission to expand psychological services for Skid Row homeless
    The Los Angeles Mission on Monday announced expanded psychological services for homeless men and women living in downtown's Skid Row — funded in part over the next three years with a $50,000 donation from the Goldwin Foundation. The...
  • Outrageous!  90-year-old WWII veteran busted 3 times for feeding homeless
    90-year-old WWII veteran busted 3 times for feeding homeless sparks outrage
    Have you heard the news? With the Thanksgiving holiday just around the corner, millions of Americans will spend the day enjoying a delicious meal and spending quality time with friends, family and loved ones. But millions of Americans are not so...
  • A homeless vet bundled up
    Record low temperatures impact Denver's homeless
    Temperatures reached new lows in Denver this week, breaking records that have stood for nearly 100 years. The Mile High City dipped into the negative teens, lows not seen since 1916 and, in Wednesday’s case, beating a record that has stood...
  • Harsh treatment towards homeless sadly nothing new in Forida
    Harsh treatment towards homeless sadly nothing new in Florida
    It was a scene that made the state of Florida look bad, but sadly, this is not the first time the homeless has been treated harshly in the Sunshine State.Government officials has always viewed the growing homeless problem in the state with great...
  • Helping veterans heal at St. Augustine Beach Veterans Day ceremony
    Helping veterans heal at St. Augustine Beach Veterans Day ceremony
    By Michael IsamSt. Augustine, Fla, (November 11, 2014) –“We take care of our own, if we don’t who will?” is a recurrent theme in both active and veteran military organizations. That theme was never more prevalent than...
  • Rainbow Service Dogs Owners
    Rainbow Service Dogs
    Kelley Fecteau and her business partner Sue Perry know and understand that there are over 170,000 Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran diagnosed with PTSD and they know that these veterans need to feel safe and protected. They both are also aware that...
  • 2014 Veteran's Day
    Saluting our veterans
    Today, November 11, 2014 is Veteran's Day in the U.S. This special holiday is an opportunity for all Americans to salute all persons who have served our country with their service in the U.S. Armed Forces in every capacity, across the country....
  • 90 year old arrested for feeding the homeless
    Arrested for Feeding Homeless: 90-Year-Old Chef and two Pastors facing charges
    Fort Lauderdale, FL -- Wednesday, 90-year-old chef was arrested and faces criminal charges, along with two other pastors, for feeding the homeless in public. Chef Arnold Abbott along with Rev. Mark Sims of St. Mary Magdalene Episcopal Church in...
  • Feeding the homeless is jail time
    Feeding the homeless: Jail time
    Fort Lauderdale (Examiner) – 90-year-old Arnold Abbott, an advocate for the homeless, is opposed to a new law that prevents the homeless from being fed. Mr. Abbott is member of a nonprofit organization "Love Thy Neighbor Inc." He...
  • Two pastors and a 90-year-old man arrested for feeding the homeless
    Two pastors and a 90-year-old man arrested for feeding the homeless
    According to NBC Newson Wednesday, two pastors and a 90-year-old man were arrested for feeding the homeless in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The arrest was because they broke a new strict new city ordinance that bans private groups from handing out...
  • Man charged for feeding homeless: Possible $500 fine for feeding the homeless
    Man charged for feeding homeless: Trouble for bringing food to poor? $500 fine
    A man charged for feeding the homeless is speaking out this week against police for saying he and two pastors are violating an ordinance in Fort Lauderdale. Arnold Abbott, a longtime advocate for the poor and homeless, was arrested on Sunday for...