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Wow-Worthy Mother’s Day Gifts

Credit Clara Kasavina

Buying Mother’s Day gifts year-in and year-out can be a challenge with respect to keeping ideas fresh and unexpected on Mom’s part. I personally love gifting unexpected things—products that may not have been on her radar, but that she’ll absolutely adore and make great use of to simplify and enhance her lifestyle. ‘OMG’ gifts likely […]

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Spring Clean Into a Greener Way of Living this Earth Day

New York, N.Y. As spring cleaning sets in, Earth Day (April 22nd), is the perfect time to re-evaluate the environmental impact of your home, your business, and take steps to make improvements for a greener lifestyle. According to Green America, a non-profit that works to protect the environment, we can make small changes towards greening […]

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U.S. Celebrates Contribution of Ten Young Global Leaders

Washington, D.C. Ten remarkable young people from around the world will be recognized on Wednesday by the State Department for their efforts to create constructive social change at the inaugural Global Emerging Young Leaders Award. The 2016 honorees include a Palestinian student who started a debate club to promote peaceful exchange of opinions; a woman from […]

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VIDEO: Trump, Clinton Look to Rebound in New York State

New York, N.Y. The two presidential front-runners, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump, are in a New York state of mind as they look ahead to Tuesday’s presidential primary in the Empire State. Public opinion polls show both Clinton and Trump are the favorites to win in New York, and victories there would solidify […]

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Q&A with Jim Luce on Identifying Leaders for Leadership

New York, N.Y. Recently our editors sat down with Jim Luce to discuss how leaders for his leadership-driven organizations were identified. Q: From Orphans International Worldwide (OIWW), incorporated in 2001, to the J. Luce Foundation and its Stewardship Report on Connecting Goodness launched eight years ago, to the newly formed New York Global Leaders Lions Club […]

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Ways to Show Gratitude on Four Military Appreciation Days This May

New York, N.Y. May is National Military Appreciation Month, making it a great time to show appreciation to active duty military members and veterans. There are over 2 million active duty members of the military and reserves, and according to the U.S. Census Bureau there are over 19 million veterans in the country. There are […]

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Virginia: Native American Group Matches Grant to Build Indian Village

Bluemont, Virginia. Community leaders Ken and Julia Falke came forward this week providing a local Native American Indian organization $7,500 as a match to state and local grants. This grant is for a new artist residency-/-preK-12 school-program called Art in Nature™ facilitated by the not-for-profit group Sanctuary on the Trail™, and involves a host of artists […]

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Extremism in Africa: New Video May Show Missing Nigeria Girls

New York, N.Y. New video from Islamist group Boko Haram may show that some of the 200 schoolgirls seized by the group two years ago are still alive. Tweet

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Wow-Worthy Mother’s Day Gifts

Credit Clara Kasavina

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