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Things That Matter: Seeking Stability in God

Many centuries ago, when someone came to the door of a Christian monastery in the Egyptian desert, he was greeted with the question, “What...

Trouble percolating as climate change named coffee’s biggest adversary

Hold on to your mugs, coffee lovers, your daily dose of caffeine might be in danger. According to a new report from Fairtrade and The...
art, illustration, charicatures

Artist completes project illustrating portraits of 100 influential woman

A St. Louis cartoonist and illustrator, who goes by the name Rori, recently completed a project intended to raise awareness of powerful women from history. The...
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Cracker Barrel bans All Scripture Baptist event after pastor spreads ‘hate’ and ‘divisiveness’

Cracker Barrel has prohibited a Tennessee pastor who doubles as a local county police detective, and his church, from hosting an event at one...

Hacker group Anonymous reportedly targeting North Dakota officers

YouTube user J Grady published a video, which called on two men who harassed Standing Rock protesters Dec. 5, according to video footage, to...
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SLIDESHOW: Staging the scene at Standing Rock

The Morton County Sheriff Kyle Kirchmeier and Public Information Officer Donnell Hushka led journalists behind a police blockade set up at Fort Rice on State Highway...

Things That Matter: Seeking Stability in God

Many centuries ago, when someone came to the door of a Christian monastery in the Egyptian desert, he was greeted with the question, “What...

Poising Politics: The Left Needs To Look in the Mirror

For the entirety of our election season, Americans held their breath in anticipation of last Tuesday, but the political pendulum disobeyed the laws of...

Texas candy store releases scary Halloween ad campaign featuring presidential candidates

Tim Loyd, the owner of novelty store Atomic Candy, said he didn’t hesitate a second...

Laughing at Police Violence: Brooklyn comic Kerry Coddett joins HBO docuseries ‘Problem Areas’ to address blue brutality with humor

HBO’s new show Problem Areas, hosted by former Daily Show correspondent Wyatt Cenac, joins the...

Personal Essay: Lessons learned from my walk of shame

In the dark time shortly before Uber hit New York City suburbs, I was perched...

Artist completes project illustrating portraits of 100 influential woman

A St. Louis cartoonist and illustrator, who goes by the name Rori, recently completed a...

Tattoo artist Knarly Gav discusses the artistic development of his unique style

New York-based tattoo artist Gavan Daly, 42, has developed a significant following for his identifiable...

Things That Matter: Seeking Stability in God

Many centuries ago, when someone came to the door of a Christian monastery in the Egyptian desert, he was greeted with the question, “What...

Book Review: Trevor Noah’s ‘Born A Crime’

Stand-up comedian Trevor Noah, 32, has become a household name after he took over Jon Stewart’s beloved Daily Show in Dec. 2014. He had...

Fort Worth Star-Telegram latest in growing list of Texas newspapers to...

On Friday, the Editorial Board at the Fort Worth Star-Telegram joined some of Texas' largest news organizations in voicing their call for rejection of presidential...

COLUMN: Hit the road when your path is uncertain

I haven’t had time for fun since I made the courageous decision to take the Lewisville Texan Journal to print last summer. It’s hard...

Things That Matter: Mixed Messages

This election has been hard on all of us, but it's had a harder impact on some than on others. Here are some thoughts...