Not Your Mama’s Women’s Movement

Exuberant sign holders poured out of the crowded light rail train at Denver’s theater district station. When I say crowded, I mean Tokyo subway crowded. An estimated 100 to 200 thousand flocked to the Women’s March at Denver’s Civic Center the day after America inaugurated a new president, joining the voices of millions on every single More...

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By Newsroom On Monday, February 13th, 2017

With no solution in sight, refugee numbers from South Sudan cross 1.5 million mark

UNHCR is extremely alarmed at the ongoing pace of displacement in South Sudan, where more than 1.5 million people have been forced to leave the country and seek safety since conflict erupted in December 2013. An More...

By Newsroom On Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Patients with chronic conditions face big deductibles

For tens of millions of Americans, the start of a new year means the counter has gone back to zero on their health insurance deductibles. If they need health care, they’ll pay for some of it out of their own pockets More...

By webmaster On Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Adapting to increased military pressure, ISIL shifts to ‘dark web’

The terrorist group, known as the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/Da’esh), is on the defensive militarily in several regions, but is also adapting to military pressure by resorting to covert communications More...

By Newsroom On Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Millennials aren’t interested in running for office

Very few millennials are interested in pursuing elected office, says political scientist Shauna Shames. Shames, assistant professor of political science at Rutgers University–Camden, explores the reasons behind More...

By webmaster On Tuesday, February 7th, 2017

New FBI Wanted App

You’re watching your local news on TV when you see a story on a wanted fugitive in your community. The person looks like someone you’ve seen living a few blocks away. You grab your cell phone, open the FBI More...

By Newsroom On Friday, February 3rd, 2017

After 2015’s record year, fewer shark attacks in 2016

After 2015’s record-busting 98 shark attacks, scientists reported 81 unprovoked attacks worldwide in 2016, in line with the five-year average of about 82 incidents annually. “The ocean is a foreign environment More...

By Newsroom On Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

26 markers in your blood tell how well you’re aging

Researchers have identified a set of biomarker signatures that suggest how well a person is aging and the risk for aging-related diseases. “These signatures depict differences in how people age, and they show More...

By webmaster On Tuesday, January 31st, 2017

Five Common Causes Of Wrongful Death

Tens of thousands of people die in “accidental” deaths each year, but for the most part, these events are not accidents. Sometimes, human error is the sole factor, and that is generally the case in motor vehicle More...

By webmaster On Wednesday, January 25th, 2017

Unearthing a Coal Mining Fraud

Brian C. Rose ran a Tennessee company that claimed to be mining and processing a highly profitable type of coal used to manufacture silicon and computer electronics. On the basis of that claim, Rose and his More...