It was a combined effort to cheat America out of the election we needed.
Innocent people suffer every day all over the globe while the rest of the world pretends not to see it
CNN Anchor Kate Bolduan chokes up reporting on this heartbreaking story crystalized in the vacant stare of a bloody, dirt encrusted five year old boy named Omran from Aleppo, Syria. This footage and story of Omran and his family punctuates the desperate plight the most vulnerable suffer in the five year old conflict. A war…
Gary Bouchard’s blank verse “ripped from the headlines” poem is a remarkable meditation on cycles and human habit.
With teams providing less and less access to journalists, Simmons always prioritized the interests of the common fan.
Films can be a great teaching tool. Kip Robisch picks a dozen on journalism.
When any trial becomes the sole focus of the media, we miss crucial other things that are happening in our world.
Reports in mainstream media confirm the same thing: Men and women are equally dissatisfied with current work-life balance, reports Scott Behson
Josh Bowman has been away from his blog for a while. He’s back now, kicking and screaming.
Our culture has a lot of knee-jerk anger, righteous angry, religious anger, and indignant anger. While anger has its place, it also can be very unproductive. Wellokaythen thinks it’s because of our news cycles and political culture which encourages people to be full of stubborn rage.
What bothers me is it’s as normal to see headlines of crime and dead children as it is to have cereal in the morning.
John Tinseth remembers preparing to engage the Guyanese Army, only to discover that the 900 dead Americans were killed in a mass suicide.
Emily Heist Moss asks a lot of her leaders, but one thing she doesn’t demand is fidelity.
Ever wondered how our political landscape would look if we were one, homogenous group?
What NASA does every day is like a perfect balance beam act, performed every day, in space. Why don’t we celebrate these feats with the enthusiasm we reserve for Olympic athletes?
Mark Radcliffe was once an elite cyclist who looked up to Lance Armstrong as a role model. Now he knows what a dirty sport it’s always been.