Trump’s approval rating is extremely high among Republican voters. However, he continues to do terribly among Democrats, clearly evidence of political polarization in the American system.
The banks are doing well following their trillion dollar bailout back in 2008. However, maybe changes are necessary to avoid having to use tax-payer funds in case of economic calamity.
Climate change – and conservation efforts – played a crucial role in the lobster boom in the Gulf of Maine but the very thing that helped its growth may cause its destruction.
Now that we have a better understanding of the experiences and trauma of victims, advocates have suggested abolishing or extending the statute of limitations regarding sex crimes. Activists claim that our laws are suited toward an archaic understanding of sexual assault, and an update is needed.
Despite Trump’s trade war with allies, including China, the EU, and Canada, investors are continuing to put their money – and faith – into the stock market.
Students aren’t having as much sex or doing as many drugs as they used to. But more students dream of suicide and levels of anxiety and bullying have increased by a few points across the board.
Saving the coal industry is a bad idea for multiple reasons, both environmental and economical. Let’s follow the EU into the future instead of the past.
Political instability in Turkey and why a shared national identity in a country is such an important thing, especially in defense against tribalism.
When it comes to feeling better, and your mood, going to the gym once a week is better than not at all. New studies conclude that frequency isn’t crucial to feeling better. All that matters is that you get in there
Justices ruled against the two gay men in the Supreme Court baker case, emphasizing the right for religious freedom and upholding the First Amendment. But what does this mean for gay people?
Facebook shares users’ data all the time. Even more so since they first began partnering with phone companies over ten years ago. The Facebook application on our phones is how they go about sharing data with the companies who create phones and other electronic devices.
An op-ed in the New York Times this morning reeked of self-importance as if Californians are going to be the ones to usher in the utopia. However, the theme of it, is something which we can all agree on, and aspire to as well.
When it comes to having an honest discussion about a seriously important topic, especially health care, it’s pretty much inevitable that neither side will listen to the other, and will resort to ad hominem attacks and straw men.
The EU just rolled out a batch of new privacy laws and regulations meant to curb the potential for abuse. Tech companies are gathering more and more information about its users and the EU is attacking the problem head-on. But how should Americans go about treating it?
Implicit bias training likely won’t work because human beings innate beliefs and attitudes aren’t easily changed through “education” programs. Rather than getting police officers to handle personal disputes, social workers would be a better option for calming down stressful situations.
In a country where being “affectionate, warm, and physical,” are considered regular social conventions, the Brazilian version of MeToo is sparking nationwide conversation on what is appropriate conduct.
The opioid crisis appears to be getting a bit worse ever year as states in the United States and provinces in Canada struggle to deal with the problem.