My interview with Alan Dershowitz.
“Internet connection and digital literacy are no longer seen as a luxury,” said a small-town Tennessee mayor in an interview with the Times Free Press. “They are a necessity to participate in modern life.” What does Chattanooga Mayor Andy Berke know about the cutting edge of modernity? It turns out: a lot. Nearly ten years ago, Chattanooga launched the country’s first-ever municipal internet service.
Walk into any store in the country and you’ll find empty shelves that would normally contain masks, gloves, bleach, pulse oximeters, and other weapons in a war against a virus. That’s because no store in the world can keep up with the demand for medical and cleaning equipment in light of the coronavirus pandemic. But should you trust Amazon's offerings instead?
With schools and workplaces across the world under quarantine due to the coronavirus pandemic, most schools have turned to online distance learning. But typical online education platforms like Blackboard and Zoom have a learning curve, as Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) in Virginia found out this week.
For several years, many a bro flocked to the subreddit r/WallStreetBets to make questionable high-risk, high-reward financial gambles and brag about them. This week, after shocking allegations emerged about the subreddit’s founder, r/WallStreetBets went dark.
Most discussions of the 2020 Democratic primary seem to return to one question: are some Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) voters, known as “Bernie Bros,” actually the most toxic supporters of all the candidates?
This week, a video of a wild-eyed Airbnb landlord surfaced. In the video, the landlord complains about Airbnb allowing people to cancel their short-term rentals due to the spreading pandemic, which has eviscerated global travel spending.
Hundreds of Twitter users are flocking to the mentions of Raleigh, North Carolina Mayor Mary-Ann Baldwin after the politician tweeted out a photo that features a weed pen in the background.
“[Everyone] thought this campaign was done because Andrew wasn’t going to be on that stage,” wrote one redditor in response to Andrew Yang’s rising poll numbers on Jan. 16, after Yang failed to qualify for the Jan. 14 Democratic debate. “That usually means the end of a normal candidates [sic] campaign, but Yang isn’t a normal candidate.”
With primaries across the board today, callers are focusing on Florida, Illinois, and Arizona.
It’s hard to believe that this phone banking tool, which has become an extremely useful asset to the campaign, was created by two college students.
With just 31 confirmed coronavirus deaths in the United States, most people do not have quarantine on their minds just yet. But that concern continues to grow as major sports leagues shut down and large gatherings have been banned in many states. It’s possible though, it could be coming here, and in ways that most of us have yet to comprehend.
If you’ve ever so much as thought about wanting to lose weight within three feet of a smart device, you’ve probably found yourself the target of ads from apps that claim to help whenever you scroll through Facebook. MyFitnessPal, Fitbit, Noom, and Lose It! tend to dominate the conversation when it comes to weight loss, but lately, there’s been a new trend in app stores everywhere.
A lot of people still haven’t severed ties with their TV providers. There are a lot of reasons: Maybe you only watch live TV occasionally. It can also be comforting to hang onto a TV package you’ve had for years, even though in the long run, it will cost you a lot of extra money. For most of us, our family members are the ones who need to be convinced, which is no easy task.
Nothing helps you escape quite like a good TV show binge—but with so many shows vying for your attention, it can be difficult to pick the right one. If you’re tired of hearing about the same heavily promoted American series over and over again, you’re in luck: There’s a foreign television renaissance happening right now, and the best series are all on Netflix.