The Political Repercussions of the Kavanaugh Vote.

This week, Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed by the slimmest of margins. The vote was 50 to 48 to approve Kavanaugh for the highest court in the land. The nomination process was extremely contentious with protests occurring both for and against confirmation. Now that Brett Kavanaugh has won confirmation, what is the potential political fallout? Who

Outside Prosecutor Rachel Mitchell Claims Dr. Ford’s Testimony Is Full Inconsistencies

The Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee brought in Rachel Mitchell, an outside prosecutor to question Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford during the recent hearing. The committee wants to get to the bottom of Dr. Ford’s accusations against Brett Kavanaugh. Mitchell didn’t like the question-asking format, but she did her best to weed out

Canada, the Country to Watch out for in Tech World.

As economies fight to outshine one another in information technology talent, technology specialists seem to be enjoying the most as their demand rises with guaranteed employment opportunities. In this light, Canada’s technology sector has been identified as the largest economic sector in the state and it continues to show good progress. In its third most

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Fortress Investment Group’s Brightline Breaks Ground on SoCal-to-Vegas Train

There’s no denying the fact that Americans love their cars. While their counterparts in Europe and Asia have long relied on extensive networks of passenger train lines, Americans have largely turned up their noses at such forms of public transportation. Brightline, a transportation company that is owned by Fortress Investment Group, is hoping to change

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Talkspace on the Rise: A Deep Dive Review of Talkspace

Researchers agree that mental health concerns plague millions of Americans. Information from a study conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health and cited in a Washington Post article stated that “nearly one in five U.S. adults had some form of mental illness in 2016, and almost half of those adults lacked access to routine

Harvard’s Evolving Learning Environment

Harvard University is one of five prestigious and coveted universities that belong to the Ivy League. Studying at Harvard University’s medical school is a dream to most medical students aspiring to become a professionals in the field. The University was ranked as number one in the medical school rankings of 2018. Located in the Longwood

Kavanaugh Answers Tough Questions in Senate Briefing

Supreme Court Nominee Brett Kavanaugh continues to be put on the defensive for a variety of allegations including his apparent refusal to shake the hand of a father of a Parkland school shooting victim. During Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing last week, it appeared that he abruptly walked past Fred Guttenberg when he was approached during a

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Can a Service Like TeenSafe Protect Your Teens From Social Media?

Advances in technology have helped contribute to a greater quality of life for many people in the modern era. Arguably one of the most impactful technologies to emerge recently has been the internet, and along with that, social media. Through these innovations, we have been able to learn, share, and connect in ways we would

Choosing to Accept Michael Hagele’s Challenge to Try Mountain Biking Around California

Mountain biking offers challenges and rewards that on-road rides cannot start to rival. A considerable difference between the two modes that may seem the same to the unknowledgeable observer is the quality of equipment. A graduate of the University of Iowa at the bachelor level and the University of California at Berkeley for his J.D.,