United States and China: The Image of the Globe’s Two Superpowers
Since the 2008 financial crisis, perceptions about the economic balance of power in the world have been shifting, with China increasingly seen as the
Scooparazzi's First Gig: Operation "Bachelor" - San Pedro Scoop
WARNING: IF IT IS GOING TO DEVASTATE YOU TO SEE A PICTURE OF A BACHELORETTE BEFORE THE SHOW AIRS. DO NOT READ THIS POST! So...I got a tip a few days ago
Photo Gallery Redirect - The Salt Lake Tribune
Utah's independent news source since 1871, The Salt Lake Tribune covers news entertainment, sports and weather for Salt Lake City and the state of Utah.
JP and Paul Norden, two brothers who went to the Boston Marathon to cheer on a friend each lost a leg in Monday’s bombing. Their mother, Liz Norden asks that the public pray for their recovery. JP is alert but Paul is unable to talk. Let us remember that the victims have a long recovery before them . . . including further surgery to aid in the healing of their physical wounds. The emotional pain will continue much longer. Pray for Boston, the victims, and their families and friends.
What are the statistics on human trafficking of children?
International human trafficking of children statistics compiled by Ark of Hope for Children show the need for increased survivor support
State Ratings on Human Trafficking Laws
Polaris has rated all 50 states and D.C. based on 10 categories of laws critical to a basic legal framework that combats human trafficking, punishes traffickers and supports survivors.
Deconstructing ‘World’s Friendliest People" An article from the New York Times (March 12, 2013) by the Frugal Traveler actually suggest that the term friendliest people should be changed to most hospitable, most welcoming, most helpful, most positive, warmest, most fun, and most genuinely interested in meeting outsiders. I would suggest that part of your perception of each of these are really a reflection of your approach-ability and receptive attitude.