Should Congress Be Able To Freely Trade Stocks?Should Congress Be Able To Freely Trade Stocks?
Should Congress Be Able To Freely Trade Stocks?Rep. Nancy Pelosi reignited the debate after she explained why she was against prohibiting trading.
Fact-Checking Social Media In An Era Of Manipulated Photos, VideosChristian Bryant explains the effect manipulated images and videos have on news literacy, with suggestions on how to weed out the fakes.
Why Is Major League Baseball Still In Its Lockout?Owners and players have been deadlocked over a wide set of issues like TV money distribution, players' salaries and even game rules.
Why Don't Artists Like Taylor Swift Own Their Music Masters?Taylor Swift has been re-recording old songs as a way to gain ownership of her music after Scooter Braun purchased them.
Why The Fight To Cancel Student Debt Keeps StallingUntil May, it's unclear if the executive branch will step in to forgive some debt, and the debate over how much should be wiped will continue.
Critical Race Theory Fight Made Libraries A Free Speech BattlegroundMany librarians are dealing with a wave of challenges to what they're putting on their shelves.
How The Jan. 6 Insurrection Has Changed U.S. ElectionsElection deniers are trying to fill administrative roles where they could overturn elections.
Have Social Media Companies Changed Ways Since Jan. 6?Lawmakers have spent the last year looking into the role social media sites played in the Capitol insurrection.
Almost Two Years Into The Pandemic: Where Are We Now?2022 will bring the world to its second year of COVID, as Omicron spreads rapidly and new protocols are being put in place.
Why The U.S. Has A Debt Ceiling, While Most Other Countries Don'tThe U.S. debt ceiling was raised by $2.5T, but it's been raised dozens of times since its 1917 creation.
How Police Can Use Civil Asset Forfeiture To Get Your CashA photo of a police dog at an airport is driving conversation on civil asset forfeiture, a controversial series of laws that allows property seizure.
The Ripple Effects Working From Home Has On Business (In The Loop)Christian Bryant digs into the different concerns as more Americans are starting to work from home indefinitely.
The Door-To-Door Push For Vaccines, Plus Profiles Of The UnvaccinatedPeople are going door-to-door to clear up misinformation and are trying to get more people vaccinated.
Love And Marriage Amid The Pandemic, Plus The Polyamory LifestyleCOVID turned life on its head for so many of us, and in so many ways. One big change has been with love and marriage.
Navajo Nation Reflects On Its Battle Against COVID-19The Navajo Nation has gone from having one the highest COVID-19 infection rates per capita, to now having one of the highest vaccination rates.
How Gen Z Has Powered Protests For Racial JusticeAn Ipsos survey finds young Americans are more likely to follow the protests closely and less likely to approve of how police have handled protests.