• Wake Forest University is hosting a series of "listening sessions" for faculty and staff of color that aim to advance inclusion efforts on campus. There are "no whites allowed."
  • Former Vice President Joe Biden officially threw his hat into the 2020 presidential race.
  • President Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame has been defaced. Again.
  • Ken Kercheval, who played Cliff Barnes, J.R. Ewing's nemesis in the TV show, "Dallas," has died at the age of 83.
  • A new study suggests that losing out on just 16 minutes of sleep makes a difference to your productivity and stress levels the next day.
  • Wednesday night was Jussie Smollett's last episode of "Empire" for this season. He was written out of the final two episodes to go. Up in the air if he will return next season, as some cast members want.
  • New connected car research from Parks Associates reveals 4% of U.S. broadband households have an in-car voice assistant device, such as the Amazon Echo Auto, Roav Viva, or Muse Auto, and 9% plan to buy one in the next 12 months.
  • 17 students at one Ohio high school got perfect scores on the ACT.
  • A study says half of American parents have cut back on their retirement savings to pay their children's bills.
  • Another study claims that having a happier spouse may add years to your lifetime.
  • AARP has named Florida as an age-friendly state.


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