Fidel Castro Dies at 90

The once both admired and detested former Communist Leader, Fidel Castro (1926-2016), passed away in the early Friday evening on November 25th, 2016, at the age of 90 years...

The Chilcot Report on the Iraq Inquiry

The report on the invasion of Iraq in March 2003 by both the United States and Britain has been released on national televisions. The complete report on the Iraq...

The Philippines Government Cracks Down on Drug Dealers

Many countries have been pursuing cartels, drug lords, and drug-dealing activities to regain power, protect its citizens, and reduce criminality. In the country of Philippines the story turns into...

Puerto Rico Declares Desire For Statehood in Vote

Puerto Rican citizens are trying to take control of their destiny, as citizens of the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico voted to press for statehood on June 11, 2017. Now,...

How Virtual Reality May Change Spectator Sports

Major League Baseball and the National Basketball Association have experimented with virtual reality technology over the last year. MLB’s VR Home Run Derby exhibit and the NBA’s broadcast of a...

Amazon’s Net Neutrality Hypocrisy

We’ve all seen (hopefully) John Oliver’s bit on net neutrality. If you haven’t seen it yet, go watch it. I’ll wait. Welcome back. I’m not here to preach about net...
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Judge Rules Walmart Must Rehire Protesting Workers

On Thursday the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) ruled that Walmart illegally retaliated against the 16 associates who went on strike in 2013 and now the company must rehire those 16...

The Midterms Have a Chance to Toss Things Up on Wall Street

New bipartisan support and policymaking can change many things. Before the outcome of the midterms, and before Democrats gained control of the House of Representatives, it was clear which...

Why not pay the college athletes?

March Madness is now well in the rear view mirror. Next up: College football. But the debate among fans, athletes, parents, and even politicians is over the compensation given...
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Bernie Sanders Vows To Break Up The Biggest Banks

In a speech on Tuesday, Bernie Sanders vowed to break up big banks in America that are “too big to fail” because in his eyes if they are too...