If a corporation's propaganda destroys the world, doesn't that conflict with our right to live?
Corporate news networks consistently misrepresent facts as partisan issues. The Trump climate change report is just the latest example.
When we talk about saving the planet, we employ the narrative of war. Does it only deepen our divisions?
Because he is a rookie prone to bouts of inconsistency, because he is a generational athlete who can bend defenses to his will, Lamar Jackson has made every game he’s played something of a guessing game: Just what will the Ravens quarterback do next? So far, he has experienced defeat as a backup...
The internet has brought a generational shift in antisemitism – the Holocaust deniers are getting younger
Regarding the Nov. 15 front-page article “In the land of hanging chads, a new balloting issue”: If signatures on mail-in ballots don’t match signatures on voter registration forms, there might be...
Why design fancy cups that work like disposables? Just sit down an smell the coffee.
When Ellen DeGeneres made her daytime TV debut 15 years ago, a lot of people weren't very sure if the world was ready for her.
As I write this, I am dumbfounded by how someone I respected in my youth, a West Point educated career U.S. Army officer and current civil engineer, could fall for a conspiracy theory. Here is someone who is well educated, and one of the smartest people I have ever met, and he believes an article with the headline, “Solar Cycle To Cause A ‘Mini Ice Age’ As Early As 2020.” The website in question, Principia-Scientific International (which I will not link and give them traffic) is nothing more...
Blue whales around the world are singing a little flat, and scientists may now have more clues as to the reason why.
Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey made history on Sunday against Seattle, becoming the first player in the franchise to have 100 rushing yards and 100 receiving yards in a … Click to Continue
When the customer asked why his name was changed to Chang, he said he saw the barista "slightly snicker."