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On the northwest corner of Washington and Main Street in downtown Columbia, South Carolina, a brown commemorative street sign sits discreetly above the standard, green signages. Sarah Mae Flemming Way is a nod to a civil ...Read More
As the COVID-19 pandemic saw surges in economic instability, job losses, and rates of mental illness, many individuals and families found themselves experiencing homelessness for the first time. Among those affected were ...Read More
Striking gold may seem like something only heard of in history books now, but there still are numerous places in the United States where you can hit a literal jackpot and take some gold flakes or even a nugget home.
Protest is as American as apple pie—and the road to women's equality has been paved with frequent acts of civil disobedience and everyday rebellions.
Boycotts, public demonstrations, and other forms of protest have ...Read More
Be it wet pavement, fog, snow, or rain, nearly 1 in 5 crashes on American roads are weather-related.
CheapInsurance.com analyzed statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Bureau of ...Read More
Career paths are vital for some professions, but what if your job doesn't really have one? At many businesses, an employee works with a human resources department or manager to lay out an action plan to develop their ...Read More