Favorite If you were responsible for making your school’s summer reading list, name three books that would be required reading.
Favorite Another car company is about to recall thousands of cars, but this time, Toyota and GM are safe. BMW is recalling 1.6 million cars of its 3 series sedans around the world. The affected cars may have had faulty passenger-side airbags, and the auto manufacturer became worried that the
Favorite Egypt may finally be cracking down on violence against women. An Egyptian court recently sentenced men to life in prison for sexual assaults of women; while this may be more commonplace in America, the action Egypt is taking is unprecedented. The violence that occurred in this case was
Favorite If you remember the 2001 anthrax attacks, you would think that the government has the deadly disease’s prevention under control. Even over a decade after the attempted bioterrorist attacks against several news agencies and United States senators the week after September 11th, 2001, the
Favorite Early childhood education has become a hot topic in D.C. and in state governments recently, but studies are still being produced to prove the effectiveness of this form of education. A recent report published by the non-partisan New America Foundation shows that preschool programs
Favorite IBM is about to embark on a new adventure: it’s about to join forces with tech giant Apple. While IBM and Apple had to battle it out just ten years ago for the personal computer market, it seems that the two conglomerates are joining forces in an effort to create new mobile technology
Favorite A federal judge in California recently ruled that the state’s death penalty policy is unconstitutional, making headlines across the country. The judge, Cormac J. Carney of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, declared that the use of the death penalty