In Germany’s east, populist vote finds root in reunification woes

The anti-immigration AfD party is set for its best-ever national election Sunday, largely due to its popularity in the former East Germany. There, voters say they were left behind during reunification – and resent efforts to integrate immigrants while they still feel like second-class citizens. Christian Science Monitor | All Stories

Young Widow Finds Photo of Late Wife in Wedding Dress He Never Got to See Her Wear

John Polo, a young widower from Illinois, recently made a discovery on his late wife’s phone that took his breath away.“That’s my wife. In her wedding dress. A wedding dress that I never got to see her in,” the 31-year-old author began in Facebook post published on Thursday, August 31. In the accompanying photo, Michelle(…)

Around 4 in 5 Americans Want the Effort to Repeal Obamacare to End, Poll Finds

WASHINGTON — Message to President Donald Trump and congressional Republicans: It’s time to make the Obama health care law more effective. Stop trying to scuttle it. That’s the resounding word from a national poll released Friday by the nonpartisan Kaiser Family Foundation. The survey was taken following last month’s Senate derailment of the GOP drive(…)