Chicago family fighting to stop the deportation of veteran who served 2 tours in Afghanistan

A lawyer is fighting to keep a U.S. Army veteran who served two tours of duty in Afghanistan from being deported to Mexico. Army Private First Class Miguel Perez, Jr., 38, says he has been fighting deportation for roughly five years after mistakenly believing his service in the military made him a U.S. citizen by default. Get the full story […]

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High School Senior Asks Best Friend’s Little Sister with Down Syndrome to Prom

A high school senior in Newton, Kansas, made sure his “promposal” was a special one. Shaedon Wedel asked his best friend’s little sister, Carlie Wittman, who has Down syndrome to the dance — and the heartwarming moment was captured on video. I couldn’t stop smiling the whole time watching the video, and I’m sure the same will be true for […]

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This Complete Spring Cleaning Shopping List Will Help You Tackle Every Room in the House

After months of chilly temps, we’re finally heading for more sunshine and fewer snow days. But with the warmer weather also comes the urge (okay, obligation) to organize, declutter and scrub the house from top to bottom. According to People.com, The key to making spring cleaning a little less daunting is to double-check you have all the essential tools before […]

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Is junk food really less expensive than eating healthy?

Is junk food really less expensive than eating healthy? Well, a new study (from Institute of Economic Affairs) says healthy food is mostly cheaper than junk food, making it “simply wrong” that cost is driving poor nutrition and obesity. The cheapest ready meals — pizzas, burgers and sugary breakfast cereals — cost more per ounce than typical fruits and vegetables. […]

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