Facebook has been around for years now. Most of us are quite familiar with how social media works and especially how what we say online can impact our personal lives. Simply put — don't post something political, controversial and especially racist on Facebook if you aren't ready to reap the consequences. One Houston woman learned this lesson the hard way after losing her job because of a highly insensitive Facebook post.Read Full Story
On Friday, the medical examiner for the Northern District of Virginia ruled that James Brady's death was a homicide. The former press secretary was seriously injured on March 30, 1981, during an attempted assassination of President Ronald Reagan.Read Full Story
Jon Voight has always been one to speak his mind, so it's not surprising that he has spoken out about the Israel-Gaza conflict, a topic that has been avoided by most celebs because of its highly sensitive nature.Read Full Story
Each morning, it's the same. After a maddening commute in rush-hour traffic, I settle in at my desk and ready myself for another day; and because I work in the media industry, this morning routine of mine always begins with a visit to Google News. What's trending? What's hot? What's happening? Those are the questions that guide my search each and every morning, and the answers to those questions are what steer the remaining course of my day. So, when headlines began popping up about the recent Senate vote on the minimum wage bill, naturally, I was "on it."Read Full Story
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