The number of international migrants (people living in a country that is different from their country or territory of birth) reached 244 million in 2015 — over 3 percent of the world’s population today — according to the United Nations. Some migrants have moved by choice to seek economic [ … ]
It’s the return of the great “What color is this dress?” controversy of 2015, but in audio form. By the time I had heard “Laurel” I immediately began researching the reasons for the differences of opinion. Some had said age matters, or what kind of speakers you are listening to with, or if you have some kind of hearing loss, but I had a chance to immediately put this to the test. [ … ]
Two-thirds of U.S. adults now receive their news from social media, with 1 in 5 American adults doing so often, according to a September 2017 report from the Pew Research Center. Nearly half of all Americans get their news from Facebook, where its influence on the recent U.S. presidential election [ … ]
Here’s a snapshot of the state of mental health in the U.S:
—About 4 in 10 adults with a mental health condition are receiving treatment.
—About 7 in 10 adults with a serious mental illness are receiving treatment. [ … ]
(Editor’s note: there are mild spoilers in this article.) If you ever have come across Chris Gethard, through the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, his “Beautiful Stories from Anonymous People” podcast, or his self-titled television show, you know that he embraces the unconventional, unexpected, and unplanned in his comedy. [ … ]