Last Friday, her heart beating as if it was bursting out of a stable, Stacie Sparks Hand loaded up her gray Nissan, hugged and kissed her parents bye, and drove away from her Red Bank home.
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The average person is lied to 10 to 200 times daily, according to research conducted by Pamela Meyer, CEO of Calibrate, a fraud-detection firm in Washington, D.C.
There was good news and bad news for members of the media this week.
Weird is cardboard sledding.
To all you graduating high school seniors: Bravo.
When thinking about Angelina Jolie's breasts, I did the only thing any man would do.
The new movie version of F. Scott Fitzgerald's "The Great Gatsby" premiered on screens across America last week.
Columbine. School tragedy. 9/11. Terrorist attack on America. Pearl Harbor. Japanese attack on America. Newtown. School shooting tragedy. Watergate. Presidential scandal and cover-up.
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People from all over the globe come to Chattanooga to study our transformation from a city on the decline to the thriving tourist and manufacturing hotspot we are today.
To get inside Shonda Mason's home, step wide past the brown-and-white pit bull leashed to the front porch and into the living room where a muted "Sports Center" plays on one TV and old reruns of '80s cop shows on another.
On Palm Sunday night, 48 days ago, many of our city's gang leaders gathered around a wooden dining-room table, some of them sitting, some standing, all agreeing to put down their weapons.
Riverbend is like a pile of kindling that, each summer, refuses to light.
Justin Tabor — the Hamilton County deputy sheriff who bought beer for teenagers — still has a job.
Back in 1967, research was published in the Journal of Experimental Psychology ntitled, "Failure to Escape Traumatic Shock" by Dr. Martin Seligman, that opened the window to a phrase used today, "learned helplessness.