Human skulls exhibit Golden Ratio, poor diets can lead to depression, the wealthiest Americans paid a lower tax rate, $700 billion a year of U.S. healthcare spending is wasted. These, and more, are the newsworthy stories from this past week. Advertisements
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Oil and gas companies are not acting in line with climate goals, Americans’ incomes remained flat in 2018, this week was the 18th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. These, and more, are the newsworthy stories from this past week.
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Increasing prices on household staples, increases in domestic steelmaking, retreating glaciers in Switzerland, and the end of a Mars rover’s mission. Here are the top newsworthy items from this past week as shared on our Facebook page.
Growing wages, lower-than-expected tax returns, updates to US-China trade relations, colder-region nations benefiting from climate change, and a long awaited army publication on the war in Iraq. Here are the top newsworthy items from this past week as shared on our Facebook page.
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Fiery heat waves, bankrupt retirees, NYC caps on Uber and Lyft, and the highest number of women in politics in US history. Here are the top newsworthy items from this past week as shared on our Facebook page.
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The following is a research project conducted to determine how those businesses most affected by an increase to the national minimum wage feel about President Obama’s proposal from a few months ago. After the Executive Summary and Report, please find the Questionnaire used as well…
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The Motley Experience on WRSU is back after taking a brief hiatus during Spring Break! We return to the air with a fantastic show and our first ever interview with John Boyd, Jr from The Boyd Company. Our discussion includes what our current national…
The Motley Experience is back on 88.7 WRSU FM New Brunswick! Check it out every Tuesday from 12pm to 1pm from now until May. For live streaming, visit http://www.wrsu.org and click “Listen Live”! In case you miss the live show, you can listen to the recording…
Problem Statement The United States economy has shown positive growth since the Great Recession. Despite the positive overall trends, the economy is still sluggish. The fact remains that unemployment is still plaguing middle and lower class demographics and is leading to weaker-than-preferable economic activity…
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The federal government will shut down in two weeks, and America could default, if the Administration and Congress, especially House Republicans, fail to agree on raising the debt ceiling and paying the country’s bills.