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Damage From Hurricane Matthew Will Cost Florida Millions

Damage From Hurricane Matthew Will Cost Florida Millions

The aftermath of Hurricane Matthew has been devastating in many parts of the world. The Haitian government has officially reported 271 deaths as a result of the storm, and many…

Offensive T-Shirts on the Rise Across the Globe

Offensive T-Shirts on the Rise Across the Globe

Wholly nine out of every 10 Americans have at least one T-shirt that they just can’t throw away out of sentimental value. Unfortunately, there are also plenty of T-shirts that…

Toys R Us Locations in the UK to Host Special Shopping Hour for Families of Children With Autism

Toys R Us Locations in the UK to Host Special Shopping Hour for Families of Children With Autism

For children with autism and their families, even a trip to the toy store can become stressful. In the U.K, the retail chain Toys R Us has decided to take…

Supreme Court Hears Case on Juror Racial Bias

Supreme Court Hears Case on Juror Racial Bias

The U.S. Supreme Court held hearings earlier this week for a case that, in the view of some of the justices, had evidence of “screaming race bias in the jury…

Countries Conducting Internet Blackouts Are Costing Their Own Economies Millions of Dollars

Countries Conducting Internet Blackouts Are Costing Their Own Economies Millions of Dollars

During the first week of October, the Iraqi government shut off the Internet for three hours a day as sixth graders across the country sat for their national placement exams.…

Switching to Non-Western Fashion Could Help Offices Save on Energy Bills

Switching to Non-Western Fashion Could Help Offices Save on Energy Bills

American office buildings have a reputation for being astonishingly cold. The reason for this might be because male employees often wear non-breathable suits at the office and are therefore perfectly…

Italy’s Health Ministry Criticized for Racist ‘Fertility Day’ Flyer

Italy’s Health Ministry Criticized for Racist ‘Fertility Day’ Flyer

Last month, Italy celebrated its first-ever “Fertility Day,” promoted by the Health Ministry in an effort to combat the country’s low birthrates and prevent infertility and sterility. Health Minister Beatrice…

Kenya’s Olympic Wins Overshadowed By Corruption Claims

Kenya’s Olympic Wins Overshadowed By Corruption Claims

No one can deny the excitement produced by the idealistic, spirited competition of the Olympic Games. Even the 2016 Olympic team trials were a thrilling event for hosts in TrackTown…