The Cold War was more than a buildup of arms, it was also a space race between the United States and the Soviet Union that began with the launching of Sputnik in 1957 and culminated with...
Cristabelle Tumola
Nearly 3.8 million babies were born in the United States in 2018. Many of these babies were given names that are currently and have been historically popular, like Emma, William, and James. Others...
Charles Stockdale
One of the most important decisions for dog owners is naming their pet. People often look to their favorite books and movies for inspiration. Some stay closer to home and choose a family name. For...
Charles Stockdale
Between space-themed names such as Luna and Nova, and the re-emergence of old-fashioned names including Dawson and Eleanor, parents of this generation — without a doubt — are getting more...
Cheyenne Buckingham
In 1947, 30 years after Mississippi became the last state in the country to pass compulsory education laws, less than one in three American adults had a high school diploma. Today, a high school...
Michael B. Sauter
Constantly being in the spotlight can lead people to do strange things. The combination of being creative, wanting to appear unique, and the public’s expectation that famous people are not ordinary...
Hristina Byrnes
The United States is in an unprecedented period of employment growth, gaining jobs for over 100 straight months. As the number of Americans working has increased, the unemployment rate has shrunk,...
Grant Suneson
The Labor Department announced in early August that the U.S. economy added 157,000 jobs in July. The announcement marked the 94th consecutive month of job growth, the longest period of uninterrupted...
Samuel Stebbins
Cinema has been in a state of constant evolution ever since the first moving images were created in the 19th century, thanks mostly to advances in technology. One can only imagine how audiences from...
Charles Stockdale
Science fiction is one of cinema’s most consistently beloved genres. Just as audiences were dazzled by Georges Melies’ “A Trip to the Moon” at the dawn of motion pictures in 1902, modern...
Evan Comen, Charles Stockdale
Cinema has been in a state of constant evolution ever since the first moving images were created in the 19th century, thanks mostly to advances in technology. One can only imagine how audiences from...
Charles Stockdale
January 2020 was the world’s warmest January on record, according to scientists at NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information, which maintains a 141 year climate history. This January...
Thomas C. Frohlich
January 2020 was the world’s warmest January on record, according to scientists at NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information, which maintains a 141 year climate history. This January...
Thomas C. Frohlich
Science fiction movies challenge the viewer to think beyond what we know about life on Earth, about the potential for space travel, and encountering other forms of life. The best science fiction...
John Harrington
Science fiction is one of cinema’s most consistently beloved genres. Just as audiences were dazzled by Georges Melies’ “A Trip to the Moon” at the dawn of motion pictures in 1902, modern...
Evan Comen, Charles Stockdale