• In an Unannounced Outing, Carters Attend Plains Festival
    Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter are in rapidly declining health , their family has said. But that didn't keep the former president and first lady from attending a major local event on a pleasant day. The famous residents of Plains, Georgia, rolled slowly through the town's annual Peanut Festival in an... Read more »
  • At UN, Russia Calls West 'Empire of Lies'
    Russia's foreign minister denounced Western nations generally and Ukrainian peace proposals and attempts to revive the Black Sea grain initiative specifically at the United Nations on Saturday. Sergey Lavrov called the Kyiv government's 10-point peace plan "completely not feasible," Reuters reports. If Ukraine and its Western allies don't budge from...... Read more »
  • 'Open Secret' at Chicken Slaughterhouses: Kids at Work
    He was, according to his hospital paperwork, a 20-year-old man named Francisco. But hospital staffers in rural Virginia were perplexed because the patient in front of them—his arm nearly severed in a gruesome accident at a chicken slaughterhouse—was clearly just a kid. Investigative reporter Hannah Dreier explains the...... Read more »
  • National Cathedral Replaces Images of Robert E. Lee
    The landmark Washington National Cathedral unveiled new stained-glass windows Saturday with a theme of racial justice, filling the space that had once held four windows honoring Confederate Gens. Robert E. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson. The new windows depict a march for justice by African Americans, descendants of the...... Read more »
  • Flight Attendant Recorded Girl, 14, in Bathroom: Family
    The family of a 14-year-old girl who allegedly discovered an iPhone taped to the back of a toilet seat on a recent flight from Charlotte, North Carolina, to Boston said they believe she was targeted by a member of the crew, per the AP . During American Airlines Flight 1441... Read more »
  • Motherhood May Bring On Interesting Quirk
    All those Instagram posts of wall sockets that look like faces might have a target audience, according to a study in Biology Letters . Researchers from Australia's University of Queensland and the University of the Sunshine Coast investigated whether the human tendency to perceive faces in inanimate objects, known as... Read more »
  • Biden Leads With His Arm in Encouraging Vaccinations
    President Biden caught up on vaccinations before urging everyone else to do the same. The White House announced Saturday that the president received a COVID booster vaccination and a flu shot on Friday, USA Today reports. Biden recently was vaccinated against respiratory syncytial virus, Dr. Kevin O'Connor, the presidential physician,...... Read more »

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  • Bats Hold Vital Clues for Cancer Prevention as Scientists Study Their ‘Extraordinary’ Immunity
    A new study shows that bats evolved to avoid cancer and the data may uncover how humans can treat or prevent viruses as well as cancer. A rapid evolution in bats, the only winged mammal, may account for their “extraordinary” ability to both host and survive infections and even to... Read more »
  • Good News in History September 24
    75 years ago today, Honda Motor Company was founded. With a founding principle that “the purpose of technology is to help people” they have motorized 4 generations of working-class and poor citizens across Asia, Europe, and North America. This is largely because Honda has been the world’s largest motorcycle and... Read more »
  • Adorable ‘Graduation’ Held for 22-Week Preemie Twins Who Beat the Odds to Go Home
    An adorable ‘graduation’ was held for a pair of twins born at just 22 weeks who beat the odds—and finally were allowed to go home. Babies Kimyah and DJ were given as little as a 10% chance of survival when they entered the world. The siblings were the smallest babies... Read more »
  • New Ohio Factory to Produce Electric Air Taxis That Carry 5 Passengers With Vertical Take-off and Landing
    A company developing electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft for passenger service, announced it plans to locate its first major aircraft production facility in Dayton, Ohio, the birthplace of aviation. The Wright Brothers, who invented and flew the first powered aircraft in the U.S., lived and worked in Dayton... Read more »
  • Little Boy Reunited With LEGO Man After Creating a ‘Missing Person’ Poster – LOOK
    A ten-year-old who lost his beloved ‘Lego man’ has been reunited with the figure, after creating a ‘missing person’ poster for it. Jack Steel was left devastated after he lost the figurine, especially because it actually represents himself and is named Jack throughout all his Lego adventures. To help find... Read more »
  • Your New Horoscope From Rob Brezsny: A ‘Free Will Astrology’
    Our partner Rob Brezsny provides his weekly wisdom to enlighten our thinking and motivate our mood. Rob’s Free Will Astrology, is a syndicated weekly column appearing in over a hundred publications. He is also the author of Pronoia Is the Antidote for Paranoia: How All of Creation Is Conspiring To Shower... Read more »
  • Good News in History September 23
    134 years ago today, the Nintendo company was founded in Kyoto. For lovers of Super Mario Bros., Pokémon, Zelda, and all other contributions from the third great pillar of console video gaming, it might be surprising to know the company, founded by Fusajiro Yamauchi, essentially predates home electricity. They did... Read more »