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Jackie Robinson statue stolen and destroyed in Wichita
  • 31st Jan 2024

Jackie Robinson statue stolen and destroyed in Wichita

Every April 15, MLB celebrates Jackie Robinson Day with every player wearing the number 42 as the league celebrates the ongoing legacy of Robinson breaking baseball's color barrier. But last week, vandals stole and destroyed a statue of Robinson in Kansas, leading to the community rallying together to restore it. A GoFundMe has been set up by League 42 Foundation to replace the statue, and as of Wednesday morning has raised over $134,000, nearing its $150,000 goal. Dodger fans, baseball fans really, will continue to outlast these vandals because all they offer is wanton destruction. Robinson's legacy cannot be torn down through a shotgun blast or a torn down and burned statute. All these vandals are accomplishing is strengthening the resolve of those who would honor and revere Robinson's legacy.

Sophia Bush Dating Ashlyn Harris Months after Divorce
  • 18th Oct 2023

Sophia Bush Dating Ashlyn Harris Months after Divorce

Sophia Bush, former 'One Tree Hill' actress, is reportedly dating Ashlyn Harris, a retired US soccer star and World Cup winner. They have been seen together recently and are said to be starting new chapters in their lives.

Republicans Nominate Steve Scalise for House Speaker but Struggle to Quickly Unite and Elect Him
  • 12th Oct 2023

Republicans Nominate Steve Scalise for House Speaker but Struggle to Quickly Unite and Elect Him

House Republicans have nominated Rep. Steve Scalise to be the next House speaker, but deep divisions within the party have delayed the election process. Scalise narrowly beat Rep. Jim Jordan in a private ballot, but it remains uncertain whether lawmakers who supported Jordan will back Scalise in a full House vote. The GOP majority is divided, and Democrats are expected to oppose the Republican nominee.

Nobel Economics Prize Awarded to Harvard's Claudia Goldin for Workplace Gender Gap Research
  • 9th Oct 2023

Nobel Economics Prize Awarded to Harvard's Claudia Goldin for Workplace Gender Gap Research

Harvard University professor Claudia Goldin has been awarded the Nobel economics prize for research that explains why women are less likely to work than men. Goldin is only the third woman to win the prize in its 93-year history. Her research shows that women often underestimate their employment opportunities and feel overwhelmed by responsibilities at home. Goldin also found that the gender pay gap discourages women from seeking employment or pursuing further education. She said that the differences between men and women in the workforce are often a reflection of what happens in individuals' homes.

Joan Baez Finds Peace
  • 1st Oct 2023

Joan Baez Finds Peace

Folk singer Joan Baez reflects on her career and personal life in a new documentary, "Joan Baez I Am a Noise."

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