Angelo Young

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To get an idea of how economically dependent the United States is on fossil fuels and motor vehicles, consider that in 16 states, including Massachusetts, Illinois, and Connecticut, crude oil or...
Researchers at Ohio State University’s Wexner Medical Center and College of Medicine recently developed a new molecule that targets certain cells that contribute to the progression of heart...
The Town of Fogo Island is located on the largest of a group of islands in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. Four scenic towns were founded on Fogo Island by English and Irish...
Large companies are disappearing at a much younger age than they used to. According to a study by management consulting firm McKinsey, the average lifespan of a company on the S&P 500 list of the...
Just a day after Türkiye (now the formal name of Turkey) dropped its objections to Finland and Sweden joining the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, leaders of the Western military alliance...
For as long as humans have been able to sharpen sticks and stones, they have fought each other over resources such as land and water or for a myriad other reasons, including religion, ideology, or...
Eighty feet below lower Manhattan is a massive vault containing, as of 2019, nearly a half-million gold bars. What sounds like a setup to a heist film is in real life the basement of the Federal...
In May 2020, the U.S. was digging out from its COVID-19 recession, the country’s shortest economic contraction on record. Thanks to lockdown and other public health measures aimed at combating the...
Unless you’re committed to working in a struggling or challenging industry, like journalism or acting, the best way to ensure job security outside of highly technical fields that require advanced...
History is filled with extinct occupations. Most of these jobs were accessible to people with the least formal education, from lamplighters to switchboard operators. (These are jobs that used to be...
The Covid-19 pandemic has delivered a lot of economic and physical hardship to the world. Millions of Americans lost their jobs in the first year of the outbreak alone, and businesses of all kinds...
On March 1, 1872, the U.S. Congress established Yellowstone as the world’s first national park. Situated mostly in what would later become the state of Wyoming, Yellowstone National Park was placed...
To get an idea of how modern technological advances are a leading cause in the decline of certain professions, consider the insurance underwriter, a professional who evaluates risk and establishes...
The United States has long prided itself as a melting pot country, and for good reason. According to the United Nations, as of 2015, about one in five of the world’s migrants lived in the U.S.  In...
The white-hot U.S. housing market is finally showing signs of cooling. The number of new residential construction permits has been falling in recent months, as inflation has surged to a 40-year high...