Month: October 2019

Politicon: The Unconventional Convention Trying to Marry Political Fandom and Entertainment

Politicon: The Unconventional Convention Trying to Marry Political Fandom and Entertainment

In a world where former White House press secretary Sean Spicer is dancing with the stars on ABC each week, the former Apprentice host is sitting in the Oval Office, Fox News and MSNBC are the number one and two most watched cable networks on all of television, and Rachel Maddow has numerous fan clubs, […]

Ronan Farrow, NBC News at Odds Over Sex Abuse Allegations

Ronan Farrow, NBC News at Odds Over Sex Abuse Allegations

On the eve of his Catch and Kill hitting shelves, Ronan Farrow and NBC News are escalating their war of words. The explosive book, out Tuesday, charges that NBC was aware of alleged sexual misconduct by disgraced “Today” cohost Matt Lauer years before his firing, secretly paying settlements to his accusers. Catch and Kill also […]

Simple Personal Finance Tips You Can Try All Year Long

Still, that doesn’t mean all personal finance tips need to fall by the wayside. Instead of abandoning all money management tips, try focusing on smaller ones. Money-saving tips that can be started and finished in minutes are easier to accomplish than broad goals such as using the Debt Snowball to pay off debt, and the financial benefits begin adding up […]

Could a New ‘Bretton Woods’ Conference’ Prompt Global Climate Change Policy?

Could a New ‘Bretton Woods’ Conference’ Prompt Global Climate Change Policy?

A new report from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development, which calls for a new Bretton Woods Conference to revamp global climate change policy, has resurrected the debate around the Paris Climate Accord. The proposed conference would mirror what the original Bretton Woods Conference was in 1944 in Bretton Woods, N.H., which set […]