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'Devastated': Mix-ups at fertility center breed litigation for emotional distress 'Devastated': Mix-ups at fertility center breed litigation for emotional distress
Fri, August, 9, 2019
Alex Swoyer of the Washington Times breaks the stunning story of fertility center mix-ups, producing childbirths to the wrong parents, along with an overwhelming amount of frustration, heartache, and litigation.
Boomers and Generation X see this as the No. 1 financial mistake but millennials don't Boomers and Generation X see this as the No. 1 financial mistake but millennials don't
Fri, August, 9, 2019
As if Boomers & Gen X and Millennials don't disagree on enough already, the action of planning for retirement produces another contrast between the generations' mindsets. MarketWatch's Catey Hill fills us in.
A Look at Leading Gun Proposals and Their Potential to Curb Mass Shootings A Look at Leading Gun Proposals and Their Potential to Curb Mass Shootings
Fri, August, 9, 2019
It goes without saying that efforts need to be made to prevent future mass shootings. What exactly is being done? And are these new gun proposals and measures effective enough to yield their intended results? Andy Duehren of the WSJ gives us more info.
After Mass Shootings, Workers Plot Their Own 'What-If' Escape Plans After Mass Shootings, Workers Plot Their Own 'What-If' Escape Plans
Fri, August, 9, 2019
WSJ's Chip Cutter rolls out all of the possible escape routes that millions of workers are now devising to protect themselves in future worst-case mass shooting scenarios.
Companies are racing to dump their pension plans Companies are racing to dump their pension plans
Thu, August, 8, 2019
Is your #financial future in trouble? Jennifer Kingson from Axios dishes out the harsh reality that some corporations are now shifting away from #pension plans in order to put more risk on #employees to save for the future.
US News & World Report ranks America's 'best' colleges. But, is there really a way to know? US News & World Report ranks America's 'best' colleges. But, is there really a way to know?
Thu, August, 8, 2019
USA Today's Chris Quintana poses questions regarding "best colleges" #rankings : how much value do they actually hold? And how much of these rankings is fueling an ugly selectivity and, in turn, producing more #College #AdmissionsScandals ?
Mass shootings spur call for proactive 'domestic terrorism' charges Mass shootings spur call for proactive 'domestic terrorism' charges
Thu, August, 8, 2019
Jeff Mordock of the Washington Times details the possibility of instituting a federal #DomesticTerrorism charge in attempts to prevent #MassShootings rather than respond to them.
Public Wi-Fi is Safer Than Ever--But You Still Need to Be Careful Public Wi-Fi is Safer Than Ever--But You Still Need to Be Careful
Wed, August, 7, 2019
While there is certainly not as much danger anymore in having your personal information breached from joining unsecured public Wi-Fi, WSJ's David Pierce still lays out some precautions for us.
A Rare Gun-Control Proposal That Could Unite Congress A Rare Gun-Control Proposal That Could Unite Congress
Wed, August, 7, 2019
In the wake of the mass shootings last weekend, the Atlantic's Russell Berman details the progress that Red Flag laws are making on Capitol Hill, and how they could do a great deal to help curb future tragedies.
'Corn, soybeans and landmines': Dems sweat early state blunders 'Corn, soybeans and landmines': Dems sweat early state blunders
Wed, August, 7, 2019
Even though this time of summer is usually less hectic for presidential candidates, POLITICO's David Siders notes how they still have plenty of campaigning to do, as well as plenty of mistakes to avoid.
The New Trend in Steak: Old Beef The New Trend in Steak: Old Beef
Wed, August, 7, 2019
Aged beef becoming the more preferred choice? Alina Dizik of the WSJ has the latest in a new unique trend for steak and beef lovers.
With Eight Mexican Deaths, El Paso Shooting Prompts New Cross-Border Anxiety With Eight Mexican Deaths, El Paso Shooting Prompts New Cross-Border Anxiety
Wed, August, 7, 2019
Detailing some of the aftermath effects of the El Paso shooting, WSJ's Alicia Caldwell describes how a lot of Mexican and US citizens along the border now have new fears and concerns to deal with.
Walmart Workers' New Security Threat is Active Shooters, Not Shoplifters Walmart Workers' New Security Threat is Active Shooters, Not Shoplifters
Tue, August, 6, 2019
What is Walmart doing to combat and prevent future active shooter situations? Sarah Nassauer from the WSJ details active shooter training for employees, emergency operation headquarters, and other practices in order to keep the store safe.
FBI's haunting warning about 'lone offenders' paints a grim picture FBI's haunting warning about 'lone offenders' paints a grim picture
Tue, August, 6, 2019
Kevin Johnson of USA Today calls for more enhanced focus on combatting domestic terrorism, but wonders if the situation will get better before it gets worse.
There's science behind why parents leave their kids in hot cars There's science behind why parents leave their kids in hot cars
Tue, August, 6, 2019
USA Today's Morgan Hines describes the science accounting for recent tragic accidents involving parents leaving their kids in hot cars, and why you cannot chalk it up to negligence. She also offers a possible solution so that it doesn't happen in the future.
5 questions you should ask your bank before trusting it with your personal data 5 questions you should ask your bank before trusting it with your personal data
Tue, August, 6, 2019
MarketWatch's Andrew Keshner suggests some questions to ask our banks in order to properly take care of our personal information and prevent hacks similar to what happened with Capital One.
Inside the mind of a mass murderer Inside the mind of a mass murderer
Tue, August, 6, 2019
Dr. John Huber, a clinical forensic psychologist, lays out some commonalities amongst mass murderers, takes us inside the mental health issues that ultimately lead to their decisions, and offers a possible solution to stop these harmful acts.
America's Highest Minimum Wage Sparks Fight in Small California City America's Highest Minimum Wage Sparks Fight in Small California City
Mon, August, 5, 2019
Time to move to Emeryville, California? Jim Carlton of the WSJ details the city with the country's highest minimum wage, and the national economic debate that is now coming along with it.
Facial Recognition Tech Comes to Schools and Summer Camps Facial Recognition Tech Comes to Schools and Summer Camps
Mon, August, 5, 2019
Would you want facial recognition technology at your children's schools and camps? The WSJ's Julie Jargon lays out all of the potential benefits and details.