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​Is fake news the new normal?

​Is fake news the new normal


By SIMONKOLAWOLE

Heard the latest? The Central Bank of Nigeria has been selling the elusive dollar to some end users at 61 kobo/US$1, while the rest of us are busy buying the stuff at over N500/$1 in the parallel market. 1,838 more words

​Carpet crossing By Dan Agbese 

​Carpet crossing

By Dan Agbese |

It is the season for a new wave of carpet crossing by the politicians. The wind of pragmatic politics is blowing men towards the APC political camp. 1,332 more words

​Carpet crossing By Dan Agbese 

​Carpet crossing

By Dan Agbese |

It is the season for a new wave of carpet crossing by the politicians. The wind of pragmatic politics is blowing men towards the APC political camp. 1,332 more words

Raising Our Voices Proudly

By Jae Bradley

“The New York Times” estimates that nearly 500,000 people participated in the Women’s March on Washington on January 21, 2017. The march was a vibrant and very pink display of solidarity among advocates of various social causes. 348 more words

Features

The November Project

By Jane Lebherz

When my alarm went off at 4:45 a.m. last Wednesday morning, I thought to myself, “Why am I doing this?” Two hours later, on the way home from an awesome workout, I found my answer. 268 more words

NDMU

FORBES: States Prove Why Direct Primary Care Should Be A Key Component To Any Health Care Reform Plan

Health and Human Services (still yet to be appointed) Secretary Tom Price’s health care plan calls for expanding the presence of DPC by broadening the use of health savings accounts (HSAs) – accounts that can pay for medical expenses with pre-tax dollars.

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Insurance

​The Virus of Hate Speech

​The Virus of Hate Speech

By Kayode Komolafe

In a recent discussion of the virus of hate speech that is plaguing the public sphere, a lawyer was reported as saying that there are more important issues worthy of attention. 1,159 more words