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Saturday, June 25, 2016

Good News Network USA

USA

Costume crews and volunteers for the Orlando Shakespeare Theater created giant white angel wings to help shield funeral mourners from having to see anti-gay... 

Jose Lopez had no idea he had been cheated out of wages ten years ago when he worked for a contractor that was building... 

Airline complaints dropped by a dramatic 20.9 percent in April compared with the same month one year ago, and on-time arrivals improved, according to... 

Generosity hit a record high for the second year in a row, with charitable donations by Americans topping $373.25 billion. Individuals, estates, foundations and corporations... 

The worst shooting of its kind in U.S. history has brought out the best in thousands of people across Orlando, Florida — with businesses... 

Two Kansas moms started the nation's first allergy-friendly food pantry after they both financially struggled because of their kids’ allergies. 

JPMorgan Chase unveiled a $4 million grant last week to expand young people’s access to economic opportunity in Detroit. Building on the firm’s $100... 

Three girlfriends stopped what may have been a potential rape in progress after witnessing a male companion slip something into a woman’s drink from... 

Youthful entrepreneurs like this one should be lifting their glasses to toast the Louisiana legislature after lawmakers unanimously voted to protect their sidewalk lemonade stands. Legislators were... 

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey signed legislation Friday ending greyhound and any other kind of dog racing in the state. "Greyhound racing has run its course... 

The day Superstorm Sandy hit the coast of New Jersey, Palma and her family were standing in their home in a foot of water.... 

An Ohio mayor, Tom Scarnecchia, will be giving up $34,000 a year to help reduce his city's deficit. The shortfall in Niles has risen to... 

Once considered permanent, tattoos are now removable through laser treatments, which is good news for those who no longer want to be associated with...