America’s Deadly Gun Addiction, By the Numbers

AURORA. NEWTOWN. SAN BERNARDINO. AND NOW KALAMAZOO.Mass shootings have become sickeningly routine in the US, each resulting in outpourings of grief and calls for more robust gun control—countered by arguments that the problem is everything but the guns. However, the data is irrefutable: The US is home to more firearms than adults; more people own guns here than in any other nation; and the US is also host to more gun deaths per capita than any other advanced country.

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What You Don’t Know About Background Checks Can Hurt You

A lot of companies will ask for your references and then never call them, but it’s still important to prep the reference-givers listed on your reference sheet just in case they get a call or an email message. Reference-checking is different from a background check, but in small companies in particular the two processes can intermingle.

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Galaxy S7 Hands-On: The Six Things You Need to Know

Samsung revealed its new flagship smartphone—the Galaxy S7—today at Mobile World Congress (MWC), and we were lucky enough to get our hands on the device for a short demo. After spending a few minutes testing the device, it became clear that Samsung can still makes a great Android phone.

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