We highlight some of our favorite, small-production movie picks as we head into fall film festival season
Aging infrastructure, fewer correctional officers, and a large inmate population. These are just some of the factors feeding into why prison breaks, and then large-scale manhunts, seem to be popping up more these days.
We cover the physical and mental toll these hardships cause and why it’s important to step up and give back in any way you can.
We breakdown what are some of the biggest ways AI helps with tasks and how you can go about interacting with these chatbots to get the answer you’re looking for.
We cover how the screenwriter and actor’s strike in Hollywood is slowing down TV series releases this autumn.
We talk about why Americans should care about this developing international economic news.
We speak with Homayoun about why so many teens seem to struggle post-high school and how adults can better prepare their kids in the long-term rather than focusing solely on short-term academic markers.
We speak with two social media experts about Meta’s big investment in Threads and what needs to change in the coming months to avoid its quick demise.
Swift is continuing the mania (and profits) with the upcoming release of the movie simply titled: “The Era’s Tour”.
Several once prominent cities have struggled to bounce back after a mass exodus of urban residents.
We also speak with Sgt. Ryan Wasson about the critical role informants play in aiding law enforcement, but why it’s important to avoid glorifying the work of people like Flores.
We highlight this ever-evolving lucrative industry and how new laws are better protecting those who’ve been previously taken advantage of.