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BF Not Fs: Tinker Bell Tells Peter Pan "Grow Up Already"

Mellini Kantayya | Posted 01.27.2016 | Comedy
Mellini Kantayya

Sources close to Tinker Bell report long-brewing tensions between her and Peter Pan came to a head when she told him, "Grow up already. The eternal-...

Minions Mania: Top 10 Movies About Henchmen

Tara McNamara | Posted 07.08.2015 | Entertainment
Tara McNamara

In fact, the adorable nonsense-speaking lackeys we grew to love in the Despicable Me movies aren't the only minions to get their own movie.

Bob Simon: Champion for the Lost Boys, Interpreter for Humanity

Sasha Chanoff | Posted 04.15.2015 | Media
Sasha Chanoff

I remember the day in April 2001 when Bob Simon flew into northern Kenya's Kakuma Refugee Camp to cover the Lost Boys, a story that has become among the most watched in 60 Minutes' history, and that Bob followed for the next twelve years.

Matthew Jacobs

From Civil War In Sudan To Starring With Reese Witherspoon | Matthew Jacobs | Posted 10.17.2014 | Entertainment

"Hollywood has given a voice to the dead." At 7 years old, Emmanuel Jal walked several hundred miles, from Sudan to Ethiopia, to flee a civil war....

How to Save Each Other

Jim Wallis | Posted 12.02.2014 | Impact
Jim Wallis

The Good Lie is the story of some of the "Lost Boys" of Sudan. It stars Reese Witherspoon. She helps the Lost Boys, but as is so often the case when we respond to God's call to care for our neighbor, they probably help her more. No one saves the day in this movie, but they all help save each other.

Behold, A Portrait Of Our Era's 'Peter Pan' Generation

The Huffington Post | Priscilla Frank | Posted 08.29.2014 | Arts

Anyone who has ever had the privilege of knowing a living, breathing woman, or a living, breathing man, knows gender norms aren't all they're cracked ...

From a Former Child Soldier, Why We Must End the Violence in South Sudan

Ger Duany | Posted 06.03.2014 | Impact
Ger Duany

I learned how to use weapons before I could read and write. It was not my decision, it happened simply because, during the civil war, there were no schools, so that AK-47s in our hands replaced our pens and books.

Lost Boy Home and the South Sudan Conflict

Mark Barger Elliott | Posted 03.11.2014 | Arts
Mark Barger Elliott

Zachariah Char returned to South Sudan in December to build a medical clinic honoring his father and mother. On December 18, he was evacuated from South Sudan by the U.S. government. In this brief Op-Doc, Zachariah speaks movingly as to how these events have preempted the realization of his "dream."

Lost in Front of Our Eyes

Nina Sankovitch | Posted 08.04.2013 | Books
Nina Sankovitch

I've called S.J. Bolton the Queen before and I proclaim it again: Bolton rules the world of psychological thrillers. She presents the evidence, year a...

Literacy Will Tap Into South Sudan's Greatest Resource

Wendi Dwyer | Posted 10.23.2012 | World
Wendi Dwyer

If our goal is to provide education to equip South Sudan to solve its own problems, then it is essential that we teach the women and girls how to read.

Guor Marial: Marathon Runner Flees Sudan, Heads to London Olympics

Joshua Kors | Posted 07.23.2012 | Sports
Joshua Kors

On Friday, Guor Marial and I spoke about his extraordinary Olympic journey: from Sudanese refugee, to New Hampshire high school student, to Iowa State track star and now London Olympian.

What a Lost Boy From Sudan Taught Me About Leadership

Antonio Lucio | Posted 07.08.2012 | Latino Voices
Antonio Lucio

Lopez Lomong, was born Lopepe Lomong and was raised in a small village of South Sudan. When he was six, he was abducted by paramilitary forces who aimed at turning boys into soldiers. Lopez is one of Sudan's "Lost Boys" and his story is a symbol of leadership, resilience and human achievement.

The Lost Boys Of Sudan And Faith At The End Of The World

Wendi Dwyer | Posted 05.14.2012 | Religion
Wendi Dwyer

The "End of the World" is not a date, it is a place. I know because a U.N. flight dropped me off there about a month ago. It is in Northern Bahr El Ghazal in South Sudan.

After Seminary, 'Lost Boy' Headed Back To Sudan

Posted 07.09.2011 | Religion

By Matt Vande Bunte Religion News Service GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (RNS) It has been more than two decades since Deng Alier fled war in his homeland. N...

Dave Eggers Helps Sudan's 'Lost Boys' Get Fresh Start At New School

The Guardian | Sarah Morrison | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

When Eggers and Achak Deng first met in Atlanta seven years ago, neither realised they were about to embark on a lasting friendship that would span co...

Corey Haim (PHOTOS, VIDEO): A Look Back At His Life & Career

Huffington Post | Alex Leo | Posted 05.25.2011 | Entertainment