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"Every charitable act is a stepping stone toward heaven."
Let deeds, not words, be your adorning.
Business owners face delays in critical SBA pandemic loans
A week after the Small Business Administration opened its Paycheck Protection Program to applicants affected by the coronavirus pandemic, many business owners say they are still having trouble accessing the crucial funds. The federal government is offering $348 billion in forgivable loans through the program. Jim Axelrod speaks to Americans who are struggling to get their promised relief for the CBS News series Financial Fallout.
Medical community battles pandemic despite mounting fear and deaths
The medical community is gravely concerned about the constant COVID-19 exposure they are facing, coupled with a lack of protective equipment that forces hospital workers to conserve and reuse gear. Many, like veteran trauma surgeon and father of three Dr. Ronald Verrier, are falling victim to the virus. David Begnaud speaks to health care workers to hear their stories from the front lines.
Liberty University wants reporters charged over coronavirus stories
School led by big Trump backer Jerry Falwell Jr. seeking trespassing counts against them for doing stories on Liberty staying partly open during pandemic.
Bahá’í World News Service
In this bicentenary year, remembering the birth of a new Faith
The latest episode of the Baha’i World News Service podcast focuses on the historic declaration of the Bab.
Encouraged by Prime Minister Ardern, New Zealand’s youth press to end racism
An annual event organized by the Baha’is, the national police, and other partners recently brought together nearly 100 young people to discuss unity and justice.
Questioning current modes of thought and action: European Parliament looks to the future
Amid rapid changes in society, European leaders seek new insights about religion’s constructive contributions to contemporary society.