Daily Archives: April 20, 2012


Judith Miller’s Scathing Response To AP’s Pulitzer

Judith Miller hit out the Associated Press’ Pulitzer Award for its series about the NYPD’s Muslim surveillance program on Wednesday. Matt Apuzzo, Adam Goldman, Eileen…

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My Take: 7 life lessons from a Holocaust survivor

Editor's Note: Caroline Stoessinger, a concert pianist, is the author of "A Century of Wisdom: Lesson's From the Life of Alice Herz-Sommer, the World's Oldest Living Holocaust Survivor." By Caroline Stoessinger, Special to CNN At age 108, Alice Herz-Sommers is the world's oldest survivor of the Holocaust. She was imprisoned at Theresienstadt, which was conceived [...]

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Tweets to #WhatSistersMeanToMe Rally Support For Embattled Nuns

With his opening tweets, the immensely popular Jesuit priest Rev. James Martin, SJ started his drive to remember how much Catholics (and non-Catholics) value the…

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Mitt Romney To Speak At Liberty University

Mitt Romney will give the commencement address next month at Liberty University, which touts itself as the "largest Christian University in the world." Liberty was…

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Arizona Proposal To Teach ‘Bible’ In Public Schools Becomes Law

An Arizona bill that creates a high school course for public and charter school students that teaches the Bible and its role in Western culture…

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Meditation makes you more creative

Certain meditation techniques can promote creative thinking. This is the outcome of a study by cognitive psychologists.

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Distinct ‘God spot’ in the brain does not exist, study shows

Scientists have speculated that the human brain features a “God spot,” one distinct area of the brain responsible for spirituality. Now, researchers have completed research that indicates spirituality is a complex phenomenon, and multiple areas of the …

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Amish Beard Attacks: The Fight Enters Court

CLEVELAND — Sixteen Amish men and women face arraignment Thursday in federal court on charges involved in beard- and hair-cutting attacks against fellow Amish in…

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