News in the News

News in the News

An increasing number of Americans are getting their news from the internet, a recent study by Pew Research Center finds. Although televis...

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Gas Pump Carbon Tax

Gas Pump Carbon Tax

The University of Michigan just published a recent study regarding consumers’ ability to withstand a carbon tax on gasoline. If you...

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Hurricane Harvey's Economic Toll

Hurricane Harvey's Economic Toll

According to new estimates collected by the New York Times , Hurricane Harvey could be one of the most expensive natural disasters in the h...

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Threats to Global Security

Threats to Global Security

A recent study from Pew Research Center revealed that the terrorist organization the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) and climate ch...

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Affirmative Action Stalling Out

Affirmative Action Stalling Out

A recent article published in The New York Times entitled “Even With Affirmative Action, Blacks and Hispanics Are More Underrepresented ...

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New Data on Blood Donations

New Data on Blood Donations

The Economist recently published a graphical visualization correlating blood donations and GDP per capita. From data collected from the Wor...

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The Right to Vote, at Your Convenience

The Right to Vote, at Your Convenience

The right to vote has been a cornerstone of American Democracy since its inception. According to a survey conducted this year by the Pew Re...

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July's Employment Report

According to the  Bureau of Labor Statistics , July continues the hot streak of job growth. It represents the 82nd consecutive month of job...

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The United States since its founding has always had a connect to firearms be it for protection or sport, Americans value gun ownership. How...

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The Leadership Gender Gap

The Leadership Gender Gap

Historically, women have had to fight for their voice in United States politics and in world of business. They have succeeded in many regar...

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