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Here's a look at today's top stories from across the Web that highlight faith, family, education, media, causes and moneywise.
Here's a look at today's top stories from across the Web that highlight faith, family, education, media, causes and moneywise.
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Here's our daily list of articles from across the Web about faith and family related topics as well as our other four areas of emphasis: education, causes, media and moneywise.

Some of these stories will find their way to The Pulse, a curated list of the top news stories of the day on our homepage. Others will pop up in our articles. So scan the entire email or focus on the section that interests you most, and don't forget to send us your feedback.

For tips and suggestions, email hscribner@deseretdigital.com.

FAMILY

The single best piece of marriage advice ever given — TIME

How long does an average marriage last around the world? — Hopes and Fears

Here’s the one, absolute worst thing you could do before getting married — Quartz

How does a spouse who wants kids cope with having a spouse who doesn't? — Slate

Is it OK to humiliate your child online? — BBC

Dad posts powerful video about why it's wrong to publicly shame your kids online — Daily Dot

Charles M. Blow: Black dads are doing best of all — NYT Opinion

If you're a domestic violence survivor with unexplained symptoms, read this — The Huffington Post

Abortions fall in nearly every U.S. state, survey finds — TIME

When mom has a mental illness — Quartz

FAITH

5 things to do while you wait on God — Relevant

How should Christians respond to abuse situations like the Duggars'? — Relevant

The surprising truth behind the Bible’s many metaphors for God — Relevant

Are Jezebel's weeds dominating the garden of your life? — Charisma

Saddleback Church raising $71 million for its largest expansion yet — The OC Register

The value of church buildings — Living Church

'Angels Food' devotionals: Church closures are heartbreaking — The Dalton Daily Citizen

More clergy, fewer church members: A good thing? — Juicy Ecumenism

EDUCATION

Cavs' Matthew Dellavedova — a standout in the classroom and the court — NPR

Awe-inspiring chalkboard drawings from almost 100 years ago were discovered in a school — BuzzFeed

The rise of the 'gaming for good' movement — Newsweek

Idaho school district buys guns to ensure student safety — Gawker

Students find key error on SATs given across U.S. — The Washington Post

The truth behind your state's high school grad rate — NPR

Determined student dies on way to graduation — Newser

The plight of the disabled graduate — The Atlantic

Beyond college-ready: Top charter schools support graduates in college — NPR

The forces behind the decline of for-profit colleges — NPR

How universities turned themselves into global franchises — The New Republic

One chart shows just how many black and Latina women in STEM are mistaken for janitors — Mic

The student debt strike movement just got some serious backup — Mic

Language mystery redux: Who was the last American to speak this way? — The Atlantic

MEDIA

Why Apple's late push into streaming music won't be that easy — Bloomberg

Ariana Grande quotes Gloria Steinem, calls out media's double standard for women — Daily Dot

Crowe's 'whitewashing' sparks criticism from advocates — BBC

Critics say new reality show exploits struggling families — Fox News

10 TV shows that deserve their own movie — Mashable

‘Dinnertimin’ and ‘no tipping’: How advertisers targeted black consumers in the 1970s — The Atlantic

He’s the vice president, but at his son’s wake, ‘he’s one of us’ — The Daily Beast

CAUSES

The plight of the young and unemployed — The Washington Post

Hillary Clinton tells minimum wage fast food workers: 'I want to be your champion' — The Huffington Post

One way Walmart is motivating workers: Less Celine Dion on the PA system — Fortune

'Wounded Warrior' charity's new fight to enrich themselves — The Daily Beast

Gawker’s idealism is exactly what the labor movement needs — The New Republic

New York prison break: $100,000 reward offered in 'crisis situation' — Mashable

How a shuttered McDonald’s symbolizes the fight for peace in Ukraine — The Daily Signal

MONEYWISE

Why I defaulted on my student loans — The New York Times

If you really want to save energy at home, forget about your light switches — Vox

Upper East Side housewife’s tell-all book is full of lies — New York Post

Confessions of a closet introvert — Fortune

One job offer too many? — BBC

All the happy workers — The Atlantic

Six ways to identify your core passion and build a lucrative career around it — Forbes

4 ways taking a day off improves your work ethic — Elite Daily

The worst thing a job-seeker can do — Forbes

'Get the job offer, no matter what' - is it good advice? — Forbes

Exclusive: Tim Cook says lack of diversity in tech is 'our fault' — Mashable

Why human resources is dead — Forbes

Here’s proof that money does bring happiness—but so does old age — Quartz

Retire or rewire? How to approach your encore career — Fox Business

The best place to retire isn't Florida — USA Today

Mall's washed up? Not quite yet — The Daily Beast

The rich get richer: Venture capitalists are pouring money into India’s elite startups — Quartz

Herb Scribner is a writer for Deseret News National. Send him an email at hscribner@deseretdigital.com or follow him on Twitter @herbscribner.