Articles about state
Egypt experienced a military coup today. What does it all mean?
As a nation, we are obsessed with murder trials. Why? And what does this tell us about ourselves?
On Saturday night, George Zimmerman was found not guilty of the murder of Trayvon Martin. Given the lack of evidence, it is difficult to dispute the unsettling verdict. But what is easy to identify is the numerous shortcomings of the American judicial system.
In the United States, the minimum wage is $8.25 / hr or lower. When you crunch the numbers, it is not possible to raise a family or even oneself on this amount of income. Unless you work around the clock--which is apparently what companies expect you to do.
The 2013 Wimbledon Final ended a 77-year British drought. But the match itself had an unsettling feel to it. This article examines why this was the case, and why the match was actually beautifully characteristic of the journey of Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray.