Colin Kaepernick hasn't been in the NFL since the 2016 season. There is a reason why he isn't and it is not what you think.
There is no doubt the voices for white supremacy have grown louder in the past two years. Here is the case for white supremacy.
The 2016 U.S. Presidential election is likely to impact your investment portfolio unlike any election in history.
Another round of horrible policy decisions is making it's way into state constitutions. What is the academic response?
Remembering the University of Michigan basketball team that changed college basketball forever.
Now is the time to stop criminalizing the use of marijuana. The studies are in but the government does not want you to believe them.
An accomplished lawyer with two Ivy-league degrees is at the top of the list of history's most hated First Lady. The public's reasoning is fairly recognizable.
Nearly all collegiate basketball enthusiasts are emphatic this time of year. Why? March Madness, that's why. So how do you correctly predict every match-up?
As many know, Orenthal James Simpson was acquitted of any involvement in the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman. Many still believe O.J. got away with murder, but did he really do it?
This past week saw North Korea issue yet another threat against the U.S. and its neighbor to the south. But how afraid should we all be, exactly?
Everything in the universe came into existence last Thursday. Don’t believe me? Prove me wrong.
The FBI has made requests to Apple that equate to a kind of fear-mongering, fitting with American politics of modern times. Apple refuses to act and there is a defining reason.
Bubbles in your soda may soon contain excess carbon dioxide from our atmosphere. Swiss company, Climeworks, plans on capturing the harmful carbon dioxide emissions from our atmosphere and make a profit doing so.
Color vision is something normal people take advantage of. But how can we be sure that your colors are the same as everyone else? In short, we can't.
In honor of President's Day in the United States, we take a look at 5 of the worst presidents as history remembers them.
Great scientific discoveries mark generations in the history books. And now, you have lived in the time of one of the biggest discoveries in scientific history.
Leaders of countries such as El Salvador are warning against pregnancy. Due to the outbreak of the Zika virus, certain countries that ban abortion are expanding caution.
Not everyday do we get to see a freak athlete perform at the scouting combine with no college football background. That is exactly what we will get when Odell Beckham's cousin takes part in the scouting combine later this month.
First proposed in 2014, Planet Nine is a hypothetical body which could be present in the outskirts of our solar system. Estimated to be at least 10 times the size of the Earth, science is starting to heat up and the proposal may not be so hypothetical much longer.
Ghosting has become a practice used in the modern dating scene. Often times, love interests will seemingly cease to exist. There may be an underlying reason and it may point to technology.
Monday night, DeRay McKesson joined Late Show host Stephen Colbert to discuss police brutality and white privilege.
St. Louis has lost their NFL franchise. Ownership states how difficult it was in making their decision to move the team to L.A. Fans of the team also appear to be heartbroken.
Last years' big lottery winner, North Carolina single mother Marie Holmes, won a huge $188 million jackpot. She pledged to spend it on her kids while giving donations to her church, but so far the biggest beneficiary seems to be "Hot Sauce," her alleged drug dealer boyfriend and father to her youngest child.
Increasing racial sensitivity leads many to point out racist language used by others. Ja Rule, in his interview with Vlad TV expands on the matter and provides his personal opinion on the issue.
There is definitely a matter of debate on gun-control laws within the public. Regardless of your stance on the need for guns (I am all for guns), it is logical that they should all be registered.
The South African Air Force has 2 new members selected to active duty earlier this month. Wim and Tobie are sure to contribute greatly during their 2-year stay.
Shady actions by individuals in the Chicago Police Department have prompted probing. Cover-ups and a lack of information release are the basis of the Justice Department's involvement. Is this a start for something better?
Dementia, with no cure, has become a problem among older people. Japan, a country known for high life expectancy, is a reliable population to study the disease. These results may help other countries before it is too late.
Views on climate change are becoming more polarized. Which side are you on?
Facebook is responsible for millions of dollars stolen from the hands of content creators. It understands the issue, vow to fix it, but have yet to do anything.