Undocumented Immigrants and Anti-Semitism

Trump at the podium, speaking of anti-semitism and immigrants

Back on Feb 21st, Donald Trump signed an executive order ordering the government to be more aggressive on immigration. In response, the Department of Homeland Security drafted some new guidelines [Read More …]

Pop-Tarts as You’ve Never Experienced Them Before

Kellogg's opens new Pop-Tarts Cafe in Times Square restaurant

Pop-Tart Cafe in New York

Ah, Pop-Tarts. They may remind you of your childhood, when you could eat calories all day with no consequences. Or maybe they remind you of your college days, when you [Read More …]

Breaking: Fruits and Vegetables Are Good for You

New study by the Imperial College London finds eating fruits and vegetables reduces risk of premature death

Fruits and vegetables with yogurt

Breaking news: researchers have discovered that eating fruits and vegetables are good for you. A new study by Imperial College in London found that eating 10 portions of fruit and [Read More …]

Tips to Travel More Often, Cheaply

travel

You may be interested in being able to travel more. It can be expensive for the average person to take a vacation, but some people seem to do it all [Read More …]

Penguins Facing Yet Another Environmental Crisis

Two black footed penguins

New studies shows a decline in the amount of cute, cuddly penguins. This time it’s the African penguin, colloquially known as the black-footed penguin. Africa’s only species of penguin is [Read More …]

Radical Scheme to Save the Ice Caps in Consideration

Arctic landscape, lotta ice

Whelp, we’ve finally done it. We’ve driven the scientists of the world to consider a scheme so ridiculous is resembles a Bond villain’s. When future historians look back on this, [Read More …]

Research Suggests That Tinder is Killing Your Self Esteem?

tinder killing self-esteem

Tinder, a dating app many love to hate as they swipe left and right, may be doing more harm than good for some users. A University of North Texas (UNT) [Read More …]

Museum of Broken Relationships puts heartbreak on display

New museum in Los Angeles exhibits objects from broken relationships

Museum of broken relationships

At the Museum of Broken Relationships in Los Angeles, you’ll see an iron on display beside a bottle of wine. You’ll also see a wedding dress crammed into a pickle jar, side by [Read More …]

Cabin Fever? Here’s How to Beat It and Stay Sane

Cabin Fever

Cabin fever is hitting your home big time. We’re 1-½ months into winter and the groundhog has predicted six more weeks. Ahhhhh!!! Your entire family is going crazy and you [Read More …]

Dating Tips and Questions to Ask Your Date

dating tips

Are you getting back into the dating scene? Maybe you are trying online dating for the first time. Here are some tips and questions to ask your potential partner to [Read More …]