In 2015, a record heat wave roasted Southern California. At the time, Nick Obradovich was a graduate student at the University of California at San Diego. During the day, he said, everyone on campus turned sluggish and grumpy.
Forty percent of Americans say they are more cautious about what they write in emails since last year's cyber attacks against the Democratic Party, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Thursday.
Pro-Palestinian activists have demonstrated outside the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) conference in Washington, DC to protest against the most powerful pro-Israel lobbying group in the United States.
A new survey study in the US reveals that a majority of young adults in the country – including three-quarters of African Americans and nearly half of whites - regard President Donald Trump as an “illegitimate president.”
Millions of Americans have not filed their income taxes with just one month left in the tax filing season, according to the US Internal Revenue Service (IRS), an issue that some experts blame on President Donald Trump’s political rhetoric.
African-Americans are far more likely to be wrongfully convicted of crimes such as murder, assault and illegal drug activity than whites due to factors including racial bias and official misconduct, a study released on Tuesday said.
If you pull out your phone to check Twitter while waiting for the light to change, or read e-mails while brushing your teeth, you might be what the American Psychological Association (APA) calls a ‘constant checker.’ And chances are, it’s hurting your mental health.