"MSG Tattoos and Martinis: Uplifting a Maligned Seasoning's Reputation"
By Patricia Anderson
An innovative New York chef aims to demystify and celebrate the maligned seasoning MSG, emphasizing its culinary benefits and help ejecting ingrained false notions from diners' minds.
Harvard in Trouble: Billionaire Ken Griffin Shuts Wallet Over 'Whiny Snowflakes'
By Olivia Weaving
High profile donor Ken Griffin withdraws funding support amid concerns over Harvard University's handling of antisemitism and deviation from foundational educational values.
"Not Losing Sleep": Margot Robbie Breaks Silence on Oscars Snub
By Hugo Mercer
Margot Robbie remains unbothered by her Oscar snub, shifting focus to "Barbie", the movie's numerous nominations and record-breaking success.
Pandemic Drives Employees to Adopt Flexible Work Hour Email Signatures
By Emma Nguyen
As the pandemic pushes work routines into flexibility, email signatures are evolving to reflect the new realities, fostering understanding and respect for different schedules.
By Felix Hawthorne
Unveiling a nearly $5 billion investment, President Biden bolsters infrastructure across the nation with 37 projects targeting bridge repair and construction.
By Patricia Anderson
Recognizing the growing global value of resale apparel, major fashion companies are launching their own in-house resale programs. Aimed both at customers who want to declutter their wardrobes and those keen on owning quality brand items at lower prices, these programs present a win-win solution for brands and consumers alike.
By Hugo Mercer
A new campaign ad reveals former Trump supporters in Iowa are rallying behind Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis for the 2024 elections.
By James Wilson
A critical report exposing systematic discrimination within the US Coast Guard has remained concealed for nearly a decade.
By Leo Rodriguez
Elon Musk’s controversial remarks cause major advertisers to pull ads, threatening the existence of social media platform, X.
By Lily Hackett
Uncover the harsh reality of child labor in Ghana's cocoa plantations, where children as young as five work to supply cocoa beans for popular American chocolate company, Mars.
By Mia Taylor
Gen. Glen VanHerck, head of NORAD and U.S. Northern Command, announces internal investigation into potential alcohol consumption in the workplace after discovery of alcohol containers in a secure workspace.
Eagles at Risk: Mining Threat Looms Over America's Largest Gathering of Bald Eagles
By Olivia Weaving
Environmentalists raise concern about potential copper mining threatening Alaska's Chilkat River: the homeland to America’s highest concentration of bald eagles.
Tucker Carlson's Unwavering Support for Trump Defies Earlier Disdain
By Patricia Anderson
Despite initially denouncing Trump, Tucker Carlson strengthens ties with the former president, pledging support and donations.
Junk Food Nation: U.S Kids' Caloric Intake Dominated by Ultra-Processed Foods!
By Elliot Chen
A startling 67% of U.S kids' caloric intake in 2018 was from ultra-processed foods, up from 61% in 1999, according to new research.
Online Mob Accuses Innocent Man of Being Nazi, Billionaire Musk Gets Sued
By Leo Rodriguez
A fake news scandal, incited by online trolls and amplified by Elon Musk, triggers lawsuit claim surpassing $1 million.