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How Romance Writers Are Creative More Diverse Happily Ever Afters

Talia Hibbert’s romance novel Act Your Age, Eve Brown, entered the New York Times bestseller list. The lighthearted romantic comedy follows the escapades of a young black woman who crashes into the life of an uptight B&B owner. Hibbert had not expected readers outside her established fanbase to be interested in the book.

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Oprah Winfrey and Dwayne Johnson Pledged $10M for Maui Wildfire Survivors. They Gave Much More.

Lana Vierra, a grandmother of four and mother of five, lost her home in the devastating wildfires last summer. Thanks to support from Oprah Winfrey and Dwayne Johnson's People's Fund of Maui, she received financial assistance to help with mortgage payments. The fund raised nearly $60 million, benefiting over 8,100 adults who were displaced by the fires in Hawaii. Direct cash transfers have proven to be effective in helping families like Lana's rebuild their lives after such disasters.

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These Good Samaritans Rescued a Driver From a Burning Car

In a heartwarming display of bravery, a group of good Samaritans rescued a driver from a burning car in St. Paul last week. The driver's vehicle caught fire after hitting a light pole and guardrail on Interstate 94, prompting strangers to rush to his aid. Thanks to their quick actions, the driver was safely pulled from the car with only minor injuries and expressed deep gratitude for the heroes who saved him. The community is inspired by this selfless act and the driver looks forward to personally thanking those who risked their lives to help him.

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A Community Came Together to Support This 7-Year-Old Girl After She Lost Her Mother

In Scottsboro, Alabama, 7-year-old Emouree Johnson started a lemonade stand to raise money for her mother's headstone after a tragic loss. Her business quickly gained attention and support from the community. Emouree has raised over $15,000 and received a generous donation for the headstone. Despite facing hardship, she finds hope in the kindness of others and feels grateful for the love shown towards her family during difficult times.

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Why Experts Are Celebrating Optimism - Not Doom - on Earth Day

Optimism about fighting climate change is on the rise on Earth Day today. Climate-friendly advances are becoming more common, with wind and solar power leading the way. Climate Expert Katharine Hayhoe believes humanity has already come a long way in addressing the climate crisis, saying, "You walk and walk and you climb and climb and the top seems like it's never getting closer. But when you turn around, you realize how far you've come.” The International Energy Agency also says demand for oil, coal and gas will peak by 2030.

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How a Manchester Running Club is Changing People's Lives

Former inmate Hermen Dange has transformed his love for running into a positive outlet by starting the Manchester club, Made Running. The club organizes 5km runs in Salford every Saturday and Wednesday. Dange discovered his passion for running while serving time in prison as a way to cope with his situation. Now, he helps others find solace and purpose through running, proving that even tough times can lead to something great.

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A New Breakthrough From Researchers Boosts Cancer-Fighting Cells Without Side Effects

In a groundbreaking move, American scientists have developed a new immunotherapy to boost immune cells in fighting cancer without harmful side effects like hair loss. By localizing cancer-killing cytokines in tumors, the treatment enhances the effectiveness of current therapies. The approach involves reprogramming immune cells to target and destroy cancer cells, offering a promising alternative to traditional treatments like chemotherapy.

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This Dog Who’s Spent 886 Days in a Shelter Couldn't Stop Smiling During His Special Outing

In a heartwarming turn of events, Cider the rescued pittie from an illegal dog fighting operation is still searching for his forever home after two and a half years at Pennsylvania SPCA. Despite the long wait, Cider remains hopeful and happy as he enjoys special outings like a recent park visit where he basked in the sun with a smile on his face. Shelter staff are touched by Cider's resilience and hope for him to find the perfect family soon so that every day can be as joyful as his outing at the park.

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Meet the Inuit Throat Singers Bringing Back the Traditional Practice to New Audiences

Throat-singing sisters Tiffany Ayalik and Inuksuk McKay, known as PIQSIQ, are reviving the traditional Inuit practice through a modern twist. Throat singing involves vocal agility and improvisation in a face-to-face duet. The cultural renaissance is empowering younger generations to reclaim their heritage with innovative approaches. Sisters like Chasity and Caramello Swan are embracing throat singing to connect with their roots and strengthen family bonds.

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This Calf With a Unique Moon Marking is Going Viral on Social Media

In Kingston, Ont., a calf named Eclipse is turning heads with her unique crescent moon marking. Born on the same day as a solar eclipse, she belongs to the Carey family who run a dairy farm. Eclipse's photo went viral on social media, charming many with her spunky personality and one-of-a-kind look. The Holstein calf is small but feisty, standing out among her herd with her special markings that resemble an eclipse.

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One of the Universe's Most "Extreme" Dead Stars Just Sprang Back to Life Unexpectedly

In a surprising twist, scientists witnessed a "dead" neutron star with an incredibly powerful magnetic field come back to life. This unexpected event challenges current understanding of these celestial objects. The discovery was made using the Australian CSIRO Parkes radio telescope when strange signals were detected from XTE J1810-197, located 8,000 light-years away. Unlike other magnetars, this one emits rapidly changing circular polarization - a phenomenon never seen before and still under investigation by researchers.

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Oprah Winfrey and Dwayne Johnson Pledged $10M for Maui Wildfire Survivors. They Gave Much More.

These Good Samaritans Rescued a Driver From a Burning Car

A Community Came Together to Support This 7-Year-Old Girl After She Lost Her Mother

Why Experts Are Celebrating Optimism - Not Doom - on Earth Day

How a Manchester Running Club is Changing People's Lives

A New Breakthrough From Researchers Boosts Cancer-Fighting Cells Without Side Effects

This Dog Who’s Spent 886 Days in a Shelter Couldn't Stop Smiling During His Special Outing

Meet the Inuit Throat Singers Bringing Back the Traditional Practice to New Audiences

This Calf With a Unique Moon Marking is Going Viral on Social Media

One of the Universe's Most "Extreme" Dead Stars Just Sprang Back to Life Unexpectedly