A growing number of people are seeking a wider diversity of news sources or opinions contrary to their own to combat information silos within social media.
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Since the pandemic hit early last year, Americans have been participating in online workout sessions, ordering new fitness equipment and gear to their homes and making do with what they have. A new study from Orangetheory Fitness, however, shows that 68% of people say their fitness routine took an understandable hit. Top line Seven in
Gallup recently found U.S. church membership at a record low. The decline may be a long-term threat to the GOP, and why culture war issues often supplant more overtly Christian messages in the party.
In their 2018 book "How Democracies Die," Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt — both political science professors at Harvard University in Massachusetts — point out that liberal democracies don't necessarily turn authoritarian overnight but rather, gradually become police states when their checks and balances are undermined. Levitsky, in recent weeks, has been warning that the Republican Party is growing increasingly authoritarian — and reporter Ben Jacobs, in an article published by Vice this...
The Department of Justice has quietly given the green light to a lawsuit charging that Facebook has a policy of discriminating against thousands of graduates because they are Americans.
Tamara Lindeman will tour through next summer in support of her near-universally acclaimed new album 'Ignorance.'
by WorldTribune Staff, June 22, 2021 Team Biden has admitted that it will fall short of its goal to have 70 percent of American adults receive at least one Covid jab by the Fourth of July. “But we also are honest about where we need to continue to redouble our efforts, and that’s among people [
The incredible pictures of a depleted Lake Mead, on the California-Nevada border, illustrate the effects of drought brought on by climate change.