The murder of journalist Lyra McKee sends an obvious message. The troubled Northern Ireland of yore hasn’t left – it is here to stay.
Jason Arment warns about ignoring incels and eco-fascists becoming more rampant and widespread; the coalescing of specific ideologies should be more closely examined.
Make no mistake, the violence that visited Christchurch, New Zealand, was Australian made. Far too long has Australia cultivated these voices for their own gain.
The cash-for-admittance college scam in America should not come as a surprise. However, while it has little to do with education, it has everything to do with status.
When rapper 21 Savage was arrested, misinformation about migrant identity and U.S. immigration law spread through social media and other platforms. Florencia Orlandoni sheds light on both subjects.
With the sexual misdealings of Ryan Adams now out in the open, he is merely the latest name in a very long line of similar behavior.
It’s not just the government shutdown, or the wall, or Venezuela. Donald Trump is the issue, but we’re not getting the full story.
Being angry on the internet, or at work, continues to be a part of our lives. However, stepping back and gazing at it, the pattern is obvious.
The Nerdpocalypse is upon us. Pay attention to what is happening, there are real-life implications that are impacting both individuals and society alike.