It's kind of funny, if you fancy gallows humor, that the United Federation of Teachers, the largest teacher local in the United States of America, can't manage to change. After all, patronage has been the icing on the cake, perhaps the cake itself. Show More Summary
National Geographic photographers have been documenting human life since the early 1900s, capturing historic moments as well as more mundane routines. In the new book "National Geographic: The United States of America," 700 captivating...Show More Summary
“Trump was an entrepreneur and a businessman. He is already a statesman, he is the head of the United States of America, one of the world’s leading countries. Because he achieved success in business, it suggests that he is a [...]
You’ve likely seen the population density map of the United States in one form or another. A lot of people per square mile reside in big cities, fewer people reside in suburban areas, and a lot fewer people reside in rural areas. But as FlowingData.com's Nathan Yau explains, cities weren’t always cities though. Show More Summary
Mall of America, the largest mall in the country, just welcomed its first black Santa this holiday season. During an interview with WCCO-TV, Larry Jefferson, a United States veteran from Dallas, TX, spoke about how he feels to be the first Santa of color. Show More Summary
GUEST: The United States is frighteningly unprepared for modern-day cyber warfare. While we focus on hot button security risks such as ISIS and domestic terrorism, we let the overwhelming threat of cyberwarfare remain a lesser priority. That’s a mistake. While cyber threats may pose less of an immediately visible impact, they are a severe long-term threat. […]
I was asked to explain my view on trade - why I think Trump will make America a poorer nation and its people less well off. So... consider this: Is it a good idea to build a wall around the United States, build everything within theShow More Summary
THE label “African-American” wasn’t in Ghada Amer’s vocabulary when the artist arrived in the United States in 1995.
None of the 60 largest US corporations, offer the suggested amount of parental leave set forth by the American Academy of Pediatrics, a new report finds. The report was published by Parental Leave in the United States (PL+US), a nonprofit...Show More Summary
After the historic decisions regarding marijuana in the 2016 United States election, we talked to Krishna Andavolu of Weediquette about what might lie ahead.
If the president-elect really wants to make things better for Cubans, he should return Guantánamo to us and lift the US embargo The 44th president of the United States of America respectfully sent his condolences in an official statement to the family of Fidel Castro, Cuba’s revolutionary leader. Show More Summary
Denver Health Doctor Calls Michelle Obama “Monkey Face” On Facebook Once again some azzhole anglo-saxon thinks they can spew racist rhetoric about the First Lady of the United States of America, Michelle Obama according to DenverPost. It’s par for
(Arizona State University) An interdisciplinary study released this month in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America combines social and physical science in new ways, seeking to understand how changes in Arctic resource-sharing behaviors could affect highly cooperative communities and the households within.
President Obama has issued his final proclamation for World AIDS Day. WORLD AIDS DAY, 2016 – – – – – – – BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA A PROCLAMATION Thirty-five years ago the first documen… Read The post President Obama Issues Final ‘World AIDS Day’ Proclamation appeared first on Towleroad.
Here’s a bit of car history you might not know: for years and years, every single man, woman and child in America drove a busted-ass old Ford LTD. And then Soichiro Honda sailed to the United States in 1986 and declared, “I have a found a better way to live.” His invention was called the “hatchback.” Since then, the… Read more...
'Clint Smith (@ClintSmithIII) is the 2014 National Poetry Slam champion and has given popular TED Talks on living as an African-American man in the United States. Earlier this fall he published his first book of poetry, "Counting Descent." He joins Here & Now's Robin Young to talk about the book.' -- Here & Now
Instagram took the top geotagged restaurants in the United States from 2016 to compile this mouthwatering list. Presenting the 25 most Instagrammed restaurants in America! From classics like Katz's Delicatessen and In-N-Out burger to...Show More Summary
Over the past week, several mosques in California, Rhode Island, South Florida and Georgia have received a hateful letter praising President-elect Donald Trump and urging an ethnic cleanse of Muslims in the United States. “There’s a new sheriff in town—President Donald Trump,” the letter reads in part. “He’s going to do with you Muslims what […]
When we think of off-roaders in the good ol’ United States of America, we usually think of a truck. However, lunatics in other countries see just as much off-road time in a Japanese budget subcompact as your buddy does in his beloved Jeep. All-wheel-drive for the win? Read more...
In a world beset by danger, the United States of America needs a team of heroes they can rely on. In 2017, you’re gonna get them, True Believer – because they’re coming at you in the highly anticipated U.S.AVENGERS #1