What would happen if the Internet suddenly stopped working? Yesterday, we got a small taste.
Congress outlawed advertising tobacco products on television more than forty years ago.
Americans are spending an enormous amount of time on social media sites
Since the terrifying murder of Kitty Genovese in New York almost fifty years ago, we have seen too many stories of how people have stood by and done nothing to help victims of violent crime.
I’m not sure even the most imaginative fiction writer could come up with a country as absolutely insane as North Korea.
Every year at this time we get a sense of what it is that matters most to Americans through the annual lists that tell us what we searched for the most on the Internet.
Mirror, mirror on the wall, what is the fairest city of them all?
Florida Senator Marco Rubio is a rising star in the GOP and a legitimate contender for the party’s presidential nomination in 2016, but he keeps making waves with his taste in music.
There’s a lot of shame to go around today thanks to the fire sale of the Marlins’ best players, which will go down in infamy in our national pastime’s history.
Did you ever wonder why we’re seeing so many stunts on video?