October 14, 2018 Archive October 2018

Why is it fun to be frightened?

An Indonesian city’s destruction reverberates across Sulawesi

Seniors are getting slowly strangled by Social Security’s flawed math — here’s how to fix it

Rachel Maddow shames Georgia Secretary of State for voter suppression

Ralph Nader: Democrats are still weak and corrupt, "could blow it again"

The 5 major scandals that should have destroyed the Republican Party for good

Create a spa vibe with these aromatherapy diffusers

4 Sonicare alternatives at a fraction of the cost

The U.S. economy swoons on the lip of the global debt canyon

"He doesn't give a damn": MSNBC's Morning Joe slams Trump for putting his wealth over U.S. security

SNL mocks Kanye West's mental illness in new skit with Alec Baldwin as Trump

How will California’s climate ambitions reshape food and agriculture?

Today Amazon, tomorrow the railroad industry

"Seinfeld," "Breaking Bad" and beyond: "CinemAbility" explores Hollywood and disability

Neil Armstrong's legacy could have been much different

Countless Floridians left hanging as Trump's FEMA struggles to respond to Hurricane Michael

Do Americans really hate "political correctness"? Another misguided attempt at balance falls flat

Hidden drugs and danger lurk in over-the-counter supplements, study finds

If you're an Indiana voter, you may have been purged... and this website will help you find out

Maryland is the cutting edge in running trustworthy elections

A household favorite: Here is how you can enjoy a hearty meal of chicken and waffles minus the guilt

Marco Rubio says if Trump won't act on Saudi Arabia, Congress will

GOP Senate candidate uses neo-Nazi sympathizer to organize campaign meet-and-greet

Why #Resistance TV shows are so hard to watch

Trump's approval rating is slightly better, but Democrats still favored to retake House

Matthew Shepard's murder increased fight against hate crime

Skip dessert: How to create the perfect raspberry martini to sip on as your day comes to a close

What young people can learn from the Kavanaugh hearings

Time for video game makers to unionize