Just in Time for Halloween: What Are Americans’ Top Fears?... October 31, 2014 | Anneliese Mahoney
How Not to Sue the President: No Progress for Speaker Boehner... October 30, 2014 | Anneliese Mahoney
Court of 1000 Corpses: 8 Times Halloween Horrors Were Real... October 30, 2014 | Ashley Shaw
Why is Fashion Such an Important Issue for Women in Power?... October 30, 2014 | Katherine Fabian
5 Things Not To Do This Halloween If You’re a Decent Human... October 30, 2014 | Hannah R. Winsten
Children “Drop F-Bombs For Feminism,” Are You Listening?... October 30, 2014 | Morgan McMurray
Google Doesn’t Want You to Stream That TV Show... October 30, 2014 | Anneliese Mahoney
Killers of Craigslist October 29, 2014 | Chelsey Goff
Individuals and groups are increasingly using YouTube as a means of promoting social change. Can improving the world go viral?
In an effort to boost enrollment and make tuition more affordable, Wayne State University’s Law School, located in Detroit, Michigan, will freeze their tuition and offer every incoming student a scholarship.
As we approach voting day in one of the most money-heavy midterm elections ever, it’s easy to be concerned about the way that money and lobbyists can influence our elected leaders. A few recent incidents–such as the high-profile case involving Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster has raised an important question–how cozy is too cozy?
The Iranian government executed a woman on Saturday for murdering a man who she said attempted to sexually assault her. After several delays of her execution and despite condemnation from human rights organizations, the Iranian government went forward with hanging Reyhaneh Jabbari.
Whether you’re working to reach sources before a deadline, applying for a position, or merely trying to network, making your emails stand out is a top priority. Here are some tips on how to ensure your emails are not lost in the shuffle.
Species come and go. A virtually inestimable number of living creatures have existed on the Earth since the rise of life. Most of them are not currently in existence; this is the natural order of things. As evolution takes its course, more specialized or adaptable creatures force out less advanced ones. However, there have been several occasions where large numbers of species have disappeared over very short spans of time.
Midway into a new football season, there are certainly plenty of controversies surrounding the National Football League. Between the ongoing debate on concussions and player safety and the number of NFL players who are under public and legal scrutiny for their actions on and off the field, the NFL is no stranger to scandal. But one of the hottest topics for a while now has been the status of the Washington Redskins’ name. Read on to learn about the controversy, and where it now stands.
Today’s “wow, people really suck” story comes straight to you from the California highways. Or, to be more specific, California’s Highway Police. Apparently, a few officers from Contra Costa County, California, have created a new, sick game to pass the time. They began accessing the cell phones of female suspects brought into custody, and then sending nude or semi-nude photos of these women to themselves. Allegedly, the pictures were then passed to the other officers playing the “game.”
On Thursday, October 23, 2014, NBCUniversal agreed to pay $6.4 million to settle claims that it violated labor laws over its unpaid internship program. NBCUniversal’s decision to settle is pivotal because it marks a huge step toward eliminating unpaid internship programs completely.
Monday again, huh? It’s rough. I’m not even going to try to dispute that. Ease into the work week with a recap of last week’s top stories from Law Street. Blogger Hannah Kaye took the number one spot with an analytical look at the the myth of “stranger danger” through the lens of the disturbing case of Hannah Graham in Virginia; writer Hannah Winsten took it to the people behind #GamerGate and violence against women to earn the number two spot; and I wrote about Starbucks’ upcoming competition to win free coffee for 30 years. ICYMI, check out the top three stories from last week.