Register now for the live webinar on Thursday, October 7. Building on our unity of storytelling plan, this webinar will delve into what makes a great personal story. You’ll hear from experts, including a New York Times editor who selects moving personal stories for the popular Modern Love column, and a high school English teacher …

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Representative Ilhan Omar and other US lawmakers are calling on the Department of Homeland Security to drop visa sanctions that were enacted under former President Trump. On Tuesday, Omar’s office announced that a letter had been sent to Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas and State Secretary Antony Blinken. In that letter, the …

Dozens of Coastal Carolina University theater students have protested to attend classes and are calling for a teacher to be removed from the school for “race-insensitive” comments. “The names of the non-white students were written on a board and classified according to their specific race,” theater student Kelis Herriot said of the incident at the …

It’s been described as Netflix for cars – choose your model, pay weekly or monthly fees, and cancel anytime. Car subscription services are on the rise as more drivers avoid the expense of owning their own car. Unlike companies like GoGet where you rent a car for a short time and the car is subject …

Asian stocks struggled to shake off contagion fears on Tuesday, and selling pressure persisted as problems with indebted developer China Evergrande could spill over to the global economy, markets and financial system. The Hong Kong Hang Seng hit a new 11-month low and was down 0.3% at mid-session, with early gains by banks and real …

While cleaning up old letters from readers of his low-budget travel book on Latin America, the San Francisco Chronicle reporter made an unexpected discovery, which he had corresponded with with the Unabomber. Epstein told CNN that the letter was from 1979 and read something like, “I’m looking for refuge in South America, where the closest …

A Caucasian male professor is “canceled” for inappropriate and callous acts that provoke outrage from students. Another teacher frequently interrupts his co-teacher, completely changing the focus of the class discussion. A young black professor struggles for tenure. Did all of this happen on Netflix’s “The Chair” or did it happen at Harvard? The answer is, …