In July, veterans of all races organized to form a wall of protection around protestors in Portland. One organizer explains how he helped form the Wall of Vets. 2020 has seen tumultuous times — pandemic, civil unrest, and economic downturn. But, thankfully, folks from all […]
Founded in 1772, the USPS has always been a key component of American democracy. Now, it’s under severe threat. “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds,” is the motto of the […]
When the U.S. screeched to a halt in March 2020 as a result of the pandemic, technology spared the world from a complete and total shutdown. From Zoom meetings to e-commerce to VR concerts, technology kept us connected and kept businesses running. We could continue […]
Alzheimer’s disease is far more than just “old age.” By 2050 it will affect 13.8 million people, 60% of them will be women. Here are the things you can do to prevent Alzheimer’s.
Since the days of Nixon and Watergate, whistleblowers have been front and center in the effort to expose corruption, unethical behavior, illegal activity, and abuse from inside politics and businesses. While not every whistleblower gains the household name recognition of well-known whistleblowers like Anita Hill, […]
Social distancing isn’t a punishment nor is it optional— it’s the best way to protect vulnerable people and yourself during COVID-19. It also ensures our healthcare system doesn’t completely collapse.
How to help during the Coronavirus outbreak.
There is no shortage of toilet paper. Stop panic-buying it. Here’s how.
I’m standing on the deck of the Dracula Club, looking out over a massive, lake-filled valley covered in snow and ice. The temperature hovers right below freezing, but the sun bears down on the crystalline trees. “Three, two, one. Action!” Jeremy Hart, the owner of Inc […]
Subaru’s popular compact SUV employs the same formula, now with two new colors