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Jan 17 2019
Is Gillette’s New Ad Biased Against Men, or Championing Needed Social Change?
The new Gillette razor ad, titled “We Believe: The Best Men Can Be” has sparked intense debate over its perceived bias. Some are decrying the advertisement as being biased against men, while others are applauding the company’s efforts to affect social change. And of course, some attitudes are in the middle.
The Gillette ad shows young boys chasing and bullying eachJulie Mastrine
Sep 10 2019
Illegal ballot harvesting caused a do-over House election in North Carolina. What are the pros and cons?
A U.S. House special election in North Carolina’s 9th congressional district on Tuesday is essentially a do-over after a candidate’s 2018 victory was negated by allegations of illegal ballot harvesting. The election could flip a longtime Republican district, and has shifted national attention to the issue of ballot harvesting, the arguments in favor of and against it, and how different statesHenry A. Brechter
Aug 21 2019
Social Media Wasn't Built for Balanced News
Let’s say you live right across the street from a takeout restaurant. Their prices are a bit higher than local competitors, and there are constant rumors of health code violations and mystery meat. But for the sake of speed and convenience, you usually eat there anyway. After all, you’ve got more important things to worry about...right?
This routine may seem ignorant or lazy to some.Henry A. Brechter
Nov 16 2022
World Population Surpasses 8 Billion People, UN Says
Earth’s human population reached 8 billion on November 15, according to a UN report. What does this mean for the future of our species?
By the Numbers: There were about 2.5 billion people alive in 1950, according to UN data — more than at any prior time in history. The population doubled to 5 billion by 1987, reaching 6 billion in 1999 and 7 billion in 2011. The UN projects that we willCNN (Online News) Nature.com The Daily Wire
Aug 31 2020
CDC's Updated COVID-19 Numbers Misinterpreted
A weekly update from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)reported that 94 percent of Americans who died from the COVID-19 coronavirus also had other “types of health conditions and contributing causes," while only 6 percent of COVID-19 related deaths cited the virus as the only cause of death. Some of the other health conditions include influenza and pneumonia, respiratory failure andPolitiFact Forbes New York Post (News)
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Jun 11 2021
DOJ Watchdog Will Investigate Trump-Era Leak Probe Into Dem Lawmakers
The Justice Department's inspector general will probe how the department managed a Trump-era investigation into media leaks that involved the secret seizure of data for some Democratic lawmakers, their staff and family members. News emerged this week of Justice Department investigations of House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) and committee member Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CNN (Online News) Newsmax (News) The Hill
Feb 23 2023
As Inflation Pace Slows, Food Prices Keep Climbing
Inflation's overall pace in the U.S. has slowed a bit in recent months. But food prices remain persistently high.
The Details: Prices for food at home rose 0.7% in January compared to the prior month, and were up 11.3% from a year before. That annual figure was nearly 5 percentage points above the overall inflation rate, which is "among the widest gaps since the 1970s," according toAxios Reuters Fox Business
Apr 09 2018
Mark Zuckerberg Arrives on Capitol Hill
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg arrived on Capitol Hill on Monday for meetings with lawmakers, expressing contrition for his response to Russian election interference as well as for allowing widespread data mining. He will testify in front of Congress on Tuesday and Wednesday.Time Magazine Wall Street Journal (News) Fox News (Online News)