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Updated at 10:25 AM

The ceremony, which conferred citizenship upon immigrants from 16 countries from Afghanistan to Vietnam, fell on World Refugee Day, a commemorative event created by the United Nations in 2000.

Updated at 10:21 AM

After the killing of 49 innocent people dancing in an Orlando, Florida nightclub, my heart shrunk with despair. The familiarity of mass murder is paralyzing because hate cannot be legislated away when such a killer believes his murderous rage is...

Posted at 10:15 AM

Batman, Wonder Woman, Cyborg, and The Flash come up with a plan to attack a nest of paramedics with the help of some detective work from Jim Gordon. A bell rings and someone on set yells, "Cut!"

Updated at 10:09 AM

In 1973, Karl Menninger published the book, “Whatever became of sin?” His previous work on the failed state of the American justice system had revealed him to be a compassionate progressive. That the famed psychiatrist should now argue for a view of...

Updated at 9:56 AM

My husband and I took our three young kids to north Alabama last weekend to visit the grandparents and spent a day on Wilson Lake. Our 7-year-old daughter rode the WaveRunner for the first time, her squeals audible from the dock as the watercraft...

Posted at 9:45 AM

While we tend to think that our judgments are based on the content of conversations and other obvious behaviors, the research says otherwise. In fact, the majority of our judgments are focused on smaller, subtler things, such as handshakes and body...

Updated at 9:23 AM

In the opening sequence of “Preacher,” a minister in Africa is knocked to the floor by a mysterious supernatural force. When he rises to his feet, his congregation starts shouting “miracle!” Then he explodes and his blood splashes all over them. The...

Updated at 9:19 AM

The lights had been dimmed and I was trying to nap like many of my fellow passengers, but I just couldn't seem to get comfortable. I should have been more comfortable than the other passengers around me, but I wasn't. And it was all because of my...

Updated at 9:11 AM

Recently, the news has been filled with stories about children in dangerous situations. First, the story about the Japanese boy forced out of the parents’ car by the father in a bear-infested forest as a punishment for misbehavior. Then, the story...

Posted at 9:00 AM

he state’s fiscal year 2017 budget, signed by Governor Mary Fallin includes a reduction to the Oklahoma Arts Council’s appropriation that equates to a 16.3 percent cut from the agency’s original fiscal year 2016...

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