Hillary Clinton is prepared to switch life in politics to run social networking giant Facebook, which is riling up internet memes fueled by the right.  Internet trolls now claim, will Mark Zuckerberg be "suicided"? An internet phrase that hints...
Ever wonder what happens to your recyclables once they leave your blue and green bins? Of the 12,000 tons of waste New Yorkers produce each day, 15% of it is recycled, according to city's Department of Sanitation. The first stop...
There are a growing number of studies and campaigns putting forward evidence that a connection with nature makes us healthier and happier people, something that few of us nature lovers would argue with. And now a recent evaluation of the...
The first Tesla Model 3 was delivered in Canada this week, at a Tesla store in Toronto. The event was documented by the Model 3 Owners Club. As you can see in the video and photos, there were more Model...
Despite the news last week that America's healthcare spending will not be rising at the sky-high rate that was once predicted, the fact remains that the U.S. far outspends its peer nations when it comes to healthcare costs per...
When I first moved back to India, in the winter of 2003, after more than a decade in America, I never thought I would live in the countryside. My wife and I had been living in New York; we...
In the last three decades, the number of people in state and federal prisons in the United States has spiked, rising 500 percent. The country spends $80 billion a year incarcerating 2.4 million people, and prisoners’ families also suffer...
In the year since President Donald Trump has been in office, the economy has done something it has been unable to do since 2005 — maintain 3 percent growth for three quarters in a row. While the final numbers aren't...
There’s a section in the new Phi Delta Kappa/Gallup Poll out this week that hasn’t gotten much attention: what parents think about schools and student health. (You can read my overview of the full poll, which focuses heavily on...
Economics tells us that when the labor market gets healthy, people become more likely to quit their jobs. They're also more likely to quit their marriages. In 2012, the number of Americans filing for divorce rose for the third straight year...

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