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(NewsUSA) - What Eyes Can’t See by Paulette Stout “A gripping, moving story… of love, justice, redemption.”  Midwest Book Review Barbara navigates the NYC corporate world as a … more
(NewsUSA) - Want to learn more about the latest innovations in artificial intelligence that will propel the United States forward as a leader in emerging technology?The first-ever AI Expo for … more
(NewsUSA) - For professional athletes, being at your physical best and pushing your body to its limits is often what it takes to achieve success on the field. When a player is struggling to catch … more
(NewsUSA) - The federally funded program provides no-cost vaccines to eligible children Vaccines are one of the most effective ways to help protect children from certain serious and potentially … more
(NewsUSA) - There is no shortage of challenges in schools today—from bullying to gun violence and beyond—yet The Magical Place We Call School by Dr. Kathleen Corley reminds us of the … more
(NewsUSA) - La enfermedad cardíaca es la principal causa de muerte en los Estados Unidos: 1 de cada 5 personas muere a causa de ella cada año, a pesar de que en gran medida se puede prevenir. Las … more
(NewsUSA) - The Making Every Vote Count Foundation (MEVC) just announced the findings of a detailed report to answer a question pondered by the American public, voters and scholars for decades:  … more
(NewsUSA) - - ¿Creía que no era elegible para donar sangre? Las directrices actualizadas hacen posible que muchas más personas que nunca donen -   Las donaciones de sangre son esenciales para … more
(Mesfin Mekonen and Bart S. Fisher) - Has a Nobel Peace Prize ever been given to a less deserving candidate than Abiy Ahmed, the Prime Minister of Ethiopia, who received the award in 2019?  While … more
(NewsUSA) - Marine Toys for Tots had another record-breaking year in 2023 thanks to the generous support of the American public, National Corporate Partners, volunteers, and our dedicated local … more
(NewsUSA) - Obesity: It’s Not What You Think It Is by Richard Fast A refreshingly simple approach to understanding the endlessly confusing world of dieting, fitness, weight loss and nutrition. … more
(NewsUSA) - The future of the intelligence community will hinge on how well intelligence services can adopt and leverage artificial intelligence (AI) tools to make the most of the constant flow of … more
(Charlotte, N.C. (January 22, 2024)) - In celebration of an extraordinary 40 years in the industry, Abra, a distinguished leader in collision repair, embarks on a new chapter with the launch of its … more
(NewsUSA) - What do parents really think about school choice in 2024? A new survey by the National School Choice Awareness Foundation sheds light on what they're thinking, and looking for, as … more
(NewsUSA) - Survival at Stake by Poorva JoshipuraWith science recognizing animal consciousness, intelligence, emotion and morality, we must be aware of our own moral responsibilities toward other … more
(NewsUSA) - Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States – 1 in 5 people die from it each year, even though it is largely preventable. Research shows that many Americans will … more
(NewsUSA) - Another year has come and gone and with it many Americans are once again working to stick to their New Year’s resolutions. Whether it's mastering a new skill, maintaining a new … more
(NewsUSA) - Chivalry by Patrick GirondiFrom the eccentric and riveting author/singer/CEO Patrick Girondi, an aspiring author stumbles onto a manuscript that became a bestseller. He must find the … more
(NewsUSA) - Chivalry by Patrick GirondiFrom the eccentric and riveting author/singer/CEO Patrick Girondi, an aspiring author stumbles onto a manuscript that became a bestseller. He must find the … more
(NewsUSA) - For homeowners across the United States, cold weather can cause heightened concern each winter. Severe weather events themselves threaten safety and comfort, but they are made even more … more
(NewsUSA) - Every child has potential, and all children deserve the opportunity to learn, thrive, succeed, and pursue their dreams. However, following the COVID-19 pandemic, America’s students are … more
(NewsUSA) - When Los Angeles's wide receiver, Allen Robinson, takes the field on Sunday, October 16, he will be running for more than yards and points -- he’ll be helping Maaco celebrate its 50th … more
(NewsUSA) - As the weather outside cools down, our excitement builds for classic fall activities like apple picking, getting lost in a corn maze and nature hikes surrounded by colorful foliage. This … more
(NewsUSA) - Think of it as “Sex and the City” with a new twist: from HIS point of view!It’s a new book by the so-called Mr. X entitled Sex and the Sixty-Something Guy: Online Post to Bed Post, … more
(NewsUSA) - Over the last thirty years, the efforts of parents, educators, and state leaders have laid the foundation for a pluralistic sea change in how we think about the education options … more
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