Unfortunately, emergency rooms have become the de facto and only mental-health resource for many Americans, even those who have insurance. Not until the federal government and the states enforce the mental-health-parity
When someone says that a disease will kill one out of three people and they are not sure of where it is or how it spreads it’s bad. When the Centers for Disease Control, CDC is saying it and it’s the Candida
Homelessness is a tragedy that strikes thousands of Americans every year. As we move into the winter months, nights are getting colder, and it's increasingly dangerous for people without access to shelter.
Good comedy is supposed to prompt reflection on privilege and power structures, bringing to light the unsaid. It’s supposed to serve as a fuse-breaker for conversation about things we take for granted,
(CNN) — Juventus reached the last 16 of the Champions League with two games to spare thanks to Douglas Costa's superb goal, but as so often is the case, all the talk centered on Cristiano Ronaldo's performance.
Independent Women’s Forum senior fellow Beverly Hallberg, Brandywine global portfolio manager Jack McIntyre, New York Post columnist Michael Goodwin and FOX Business’ Neil Cavuto discuss if a smaller would
In the English-speaking world, friends and family generally greet each other with a wave, handshake, or hug, depending on their degree of intimacy. In France and other countries, however, the kiss is common—not
Dozens of governments around the world are weaponizing social media to subvert democratic elections and spy on their own citizens, a new report reveals. The latest edition of Freedom House’s Freedom on
Google Maps Just Introduced a Stealthy New Feature That Users Will Totally Love. (There's Just 1 Catch)
The only drawback: people might assume it's more powerful than it actually is. Google Maps is changing, and fast. But now, Google says it's rolling out a stealthy new feature that might be a bigger deal