Americans want privacy as much as ever—but in the digital age, most of us think it’s a lost cause. That, at least, is the depressing takeaway from a new Pew report, which shows that our faith in digital service providers (and ourselves) to protect our data is abysmally low.
The empty stomach is the ultimate travel ice breaker. Everyone eats, everyone loves food, and the less you know about what’s on offer in a place, the more people want to help you.
Whether you live in the United States or are simply visiting, you don’t have to leave the country to get a taste of the rest of the world—and its influence on local cultures.
A patrolman charged in the shooting deaths of two unarmed suspects during a 137-shot barrage of gunfire was acquitted Saturday in a case that helped prompt the U.S. Department of Justice determine the city police department had a history of using excessive force and violating civil rights.
An 11-year-old boy graduated from American River Community College on Wednesday in Sacramento, California. Local news station KTXL-TV reports that Tanishq Abraham has earned three associates degrees in math, physical science, and foreign language studies. You can start questioning your life choices now.
Zachary Davis was 15 years old when he bludgeoned his mother to death with a sledgehammer while she slept, then set the house on fire in an attempt to kill his older brother. In an exclusive jailhouse interview, Davis, who was sentenced to life in prison for his 2012 crimes, reveals to Dr. Phil what he claims led him to kill his mom, what went through his mind before he hit her approximately 20 times while she slept in her bed, and why he laughed while doing it.
Maybe you grew so fast it left stretch marks on your legs. Or your voice started cracking every time you got on the phone. Or you hated needing to wear a bra. Growing up means going through puberty. It’s an integral part of becoming an adult. But we still don’t know how our bodies start the process.