April 26, 2016

Primarily independent

It’s Primary Tuesday in Maryland, and just about everyone on my social media feed is bombarding me with reminders to vote. I’ve even had several people tell me that if I don’t vote, I don’t have a right to complain. There’s just one problem: I can’t. I
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Vatican suspends outside audit while reviewing contract

Four months after announcing it had hired the firm PricewaterhouseCoopers to conduct an external audit of its finances, the Vatican has suspended the work underway.
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Interfaith prayer service calls for change on anniversary of Baltimore riots

Religious leaders from many faiths gathered April 25 in Baltimore because they have heard the cries of the people, and wish to respond.
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Shea Moisture: Skin and hair problems solved by nature — for babies, kids and moms

My boys and I suffer from both dry, sensitive skin and even drier, complicated hair. Typical, drug-store brand skin and hair products only make our problems worse. For years, I’ve struggled to find a company that makes soaps, lotions, shampoos and conditioners that offer us the gentle, yet rich moisture
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Winning Election Day

Our 6-year-old and I went and stood in line to vote.“Are we voting for the president of the United States?” my son asked.Yes, I told him. We are, but we have to vote again in the fall before we know who the next president will be.“Of the whole United States?”
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