Working the night shift on an intensive care unit, Suzanne Ohlmann brushes up against death, Jesus, and her biological father.
Michael Shapiro returns to Israel after 35 years to visit a grave and find a country.
Reporters Nina Martin and Renee Montagne go behind the scenes of their multi-part series on women who die in childbirth.
Michael Gillespie has automated a way to decrypt ransomeware, and he gives his code away for free just to help people in need.
Experts Warn: Justice System Threatened by Technology Lawyers are reporting the possible problem of staging evidence by simply using technology or any social media platform. According to a cyber-psychology expert, Dr. Mary Aiken: “I get very worried when I see convictions based on cell tower pings and mobile phone text messages when both of these […]
Additional up the ranking in a search engine search when particular search phrases are used. It is only gotten worse, though Fb claims to be clamping down on fake news stories, it nonetheless doesn’t cease the spread and recycling of all other viral junk. Mobile telephones for automobiles became obtainable from some telephone organizations in […]
When Christopher Wink graduated college in 2008, he had no intention of launching a media company. He just wanted an entry level journalism job that would allow him to work his way up within the industry. But back then, when newspapers were hemorrhaging revenue and announcing mass layoffs, there weren’t a lot of journalism jobs […]
Paying attention to the Poor People’s Campaign.
Like so many of our lofty ideals, the “American Work Ethic” is actually two different standards — one for the wealthy and one for the poor — with two different interpretations of what work looks like.