Going to college and university might be one of the most overrated endeavors. Here are six reasons why it might be better for you to skip a post-secondary education.
The link between immigration and crime is one that politicians and public policy experts frequently talk about. But with all of the grand-standing aside, what does the data really say?
European officials fined the tech giant $5.1 billion. As they continue to grow, maybe it’s time we reconsider the relationship between anti-trust laws and Google.
YouTube will promote authoritative news sources to thwart fake news, but who decides what is “authoritative” and what is “fake news?”
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.
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.
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.
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.
Student debt is now at $1.4 trillion, so the chances of the average 20-something buying a home are pretty slim. It’s starting to seem like you shouldn’t go to school or go into debt at all. Actually, why not take out another loan?
Gun control is yet another example of the disconnection between the rural and urban people throughout North America. Neither culture understands each other. Chaos ensues.
The future is uncertain with declining birthrates all over the developed world. Being a parent isn’t as appealing as it used to be. What does this mean for the West and the world?
The World Health Organization is looking to ban trans fats worldwide following the mandate that kicks in next month in the United States. Chalk one up on the board for the consumer.