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30 Largest Worker Strikes in American History

Since the early days of American industrialism, wealthy business owners have been able to leverage their wealth and influence into political power, getting politicians to propose and adapt legislation that ...
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Best Action Movies of All Time

Action movies have been a staple of American cinema since the release of Edward S. Porter’s “The Great Train Robbery” all the way back in 1903. The genre has of ...
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The Best Movie Filmed in Your State

Over the last 100 years, Hollywood studios and surrounding areas were the filming locations for many classic movies. Southern California is not only the home base of many of the ...
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Why Are Bees Dying and Why We Should Save Them

For more than a decade, the bee population has been dying at an alarming pace in the United States and around the world. Bee colonies have been dying off at ...
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The Biggest Threats to Bees in America

In 2007, the United States was presented with a frightening fact: managed honey bee populations were dying off at an alarming rate, raising the specter of a future compromised by ...
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Would Humans Starve Without Bees?

The buzz of bees is the soundtrack of summer and spring, like the hum of a lawnmower or the soothing cadence of a sprinkler. Bees zip by your ear, hover ...
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America’s Melting Pot Cities

Throughout the history of the United States, the growth of large cities has been fueled by international immigration. Since 2010, nearly a third of the net 7.7 million Americans who ...
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America’s Unsafe Medical Products

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued five new safety alerts since the end of July, four related to product recalls and an update to previously issued alerts ...
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Police Are Now a Leading Cause of Death for Young American Men

If you’re a young man in America today -- and especially a young black man -- you might want to give law enforcement a wide berth. A new study found ...
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What Everyday People Can Do To Help Honey Bees And Pollinators

Animal pollinators – bees, wasps, beetles, ants butterflies, birds, and others – perform the essential task of fertilizing plants. Without them, many plant species would decline or disappear, along with ...
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If the Trade War Explodes, These 5 Stocks May Be the Safest Play Now

Every time it seems as though the United States and China get closer to a trade deal, it turns into a one step forward, two steps back gambit. While a ...
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America’s Unsafe Medical Products

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued six new safety alerts since mid-July, four related to product recalls and two safety communications, one of which is related to ...
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Wide Home Ownership Disparities Along Racial Divide

Since the home price recovery began in 2010, U.S. home prices have risen by 73%, even though homeownership rates among all Americans has declined by 3% to 64.1%. The rate ...
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20 Ways To Make Your Summer More Environmentally Friendly

Summer may be many people’s favorite time of the year, but it’s not necessarily the best time for our planet. As temperatures rise, so do our energy and water use, ...
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What to Expect When Apple Reports Late on Tuesday

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is scheduled to release its fiscal third-quarter financial results after the markets close on Tuesday. The consensus estimates are calling for $2.10 in earnings per share ...
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