Author: <span class="vcard">Evan Comen</span>

At least for residents of the Northern Hemisphere, the approach of summer will provide some relief from the novel coronavirus pandemic crisis currently unfolding. It will bring the end of the flu...
Evan Comen, Thomas C. Frohlich
Combining elements of rhythm and blues, country, jazz, and gospel, rock music has had a strong cultural impact throughout America and the world since its early inception in the 1940s and 1950s. In...
Evan Comen, John Harrington, Charles Stockdale
Combining elements of rhythm and blues, country, jazz, and gospel, rock music has had a strong cultural impact throughout America and the world since its early inception in the 1940s and 1950s. In...
Evan Comen, John Harrington, Charles Stockdale
Comprising 26 climate zones and 25 physically unique regions, the United States is one of the most geographically diverse nations in the world. Measured by the distance from base to summit, the U.S....
Evan Comen, Grant Suneson
Thanks to advances in technology  in recent years, a number of newer companies have achieved rapid growth and ascended the ranks of the Fortune 500. Amazon, for example, was founded in 1994 and now...
Evan Comen
2019 closed a decade in which the Earth’s temperature reached exceptionally high levels, contributing to the melting of glaciers and rising seas, according to the World Meteorological Organization....
Evan Comen, Thomas C. Frohlich
2019 closed a decade in which the Earth’s temperature reached exceptionally high levels, contributing to the melting of glaciers and rising seas, according to the World Meteorological Organization....
Evan Comen, Thomas C. Frohlich
A lot can happen in 365 days — and the world is a different place today, at the end of 2019, than it was at the beginning of the year. This year was marked by a seemingly endless procession of...
Samuel Stebbins, Evan Comen, Grant Suneson
Corporate scandals seem to have dominated the news cycle more than ever over the past 10 years. Amid widening income inequality and the aftermath of the Great Recession, many of the past decade’s...
Evan Comen, Thomas C. Frohlich
Companies invest time, and energy on research, development, and advertising before launching a product in the fiercely competitive U.S. market. All of this work does not always pay off. Some products...
John Harrington, Grant Suneson, Evan Comen
When the 21st Amendment repealed national prohibition in 1933, the power to regulate the sale and consumption of alcohol was left to the states. While 16 states explicitly prohibit the creation of...
Evan Comen
The U.S. military spent over $42 billion in research and development in 2018. Though much of this funding tends to go to weapons programs, a great deal of military research often ends up also having...
Evan Comen, Grant Suneson
Developed in 1963, the official poverty rate is based on pre-tax income thresholds related to the cost of a minimum food diet and the number of individuals who depend on that income. As federal...
Evan Comen
Developed in 1963, the official poverty rate is based on pre-tax income thresholds related to the cost of a minimum food diet and the number of individuals who depend on that income. As federal...
Evan Comen
This year marks the 55th anniversary of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the landmark legislation outlawing racial segregation and other forms of discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex,...
Evan Comen