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Harvard Student Receives Humanitarian Parole After Illegally Crossing Border for Dying Mom

By: ISchoolGuide Dario Guerrero Meneses spent several months in Mexico after illegally crossing the border, but he can now return to the United States after receiving a humanitarian parole. The … Continue reading

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By Nicole Blades, Anne-Dorte Andersen wanted to dance. As a quiet 5-year-old growing up in Denmark, all that mattered in her world was being able move along to the … Continue reading

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After Teenage Son’s Death, Mom Trusts Nashville Artist To Create A Portrait From Mementos

by Nina Cardona, Nashville NPR One Nashville artist got an unusual email not long ago. It was from a woman he hadn’t seen in two decades. Her teenage son had … Continue reading

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White woman defends black man from US police

By Anthony ZurcherEditor, Echo Chambers, BBC According to Washington Post columnist Clinton Yates, what occurred on the afternoon of 1 October isn’t one of those cases – but perhaps it … Continue reading

October 21, 2014 · Leave a comment

Where to get a free college degree

By: Lynn O’Shaugnessy, MoneyWatch, CBS Want to attend college for free? It can happen if you learn German. All German universities are now free to Americans and all other international … Continue reading

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‘Stranger saved me from cancer – now he’s my best friend': Leukemia survivor’s amazing tale of friendship

By Warren Manger, Daily Mirror A cancer survivor has lifted the lid on an extra-special 20-year friendship – with the bone marrow donor who saved his life. As Chris Corbin sat … Continue reading

October 17, 2014 · Leave a comment

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