Updated May 22, 2015 because of data reported in the Los Angeles Daily News.
Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia, and Baltimore are examples of large cities that are dying. 540 more words
MAY 15, 2015 3:26 PM
AUTHOR: STEPHEN D FOSTER JR
SOURCE: Addicting Info
Wisconsin Republicans are following through with their plan to be the cruelest state in the nation when it comes to the way poor people are treated by passing a bill that would ban them from eating a multitude of foods. 891 more words
Not that long ago on 25th April 2015, a massive 7.8-magnitude earthquake hit Nepal that claimed nearly 8000 lives and displaced estimated 200,000 people. After experiencing more than 150 aftershocks and several 5+ Richter scales tremors, people thought that dust had settled and started going back to their houses that were livable. 107 more words
When I was first becoming interested in politics a few years ago I had a conversation that has stayed with me since. It was about the power of the media and a concept then called information-entertainment, which is a merging of serious news such as politics, with light hearted content such as what celebrities are doing, what the latest fad is. 634 more words