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Educators Standing Up To Legislators By Simon Romero, Jack Healy and Julie Turkewitz, The New York Times Thousands of teachers in Arizona and Colorado walked out of their classrooms on Thursday to demand more funding for public schools, the latest surge of a teacher...read more
Social Media Refining The Art, Science Of Memes If a picture is worth a thousand words, a viral meme on social media is worth exponentially more. Advocates, marketers and public policy wonks are all embracing the power of social media, pop culture, politics and memes....read more
Veterans Group Asks Players To Stand During National Anthem By Nikki Wentling, Stars and Stripes Editor's Note: In the wake of corruption and injustice, Americans across the board are standing up against the killings of unarmed, innocent citizens at the hands of...read more
Bankruptcy Threatens U.S. Constitution Since we now fund our government and our record debt three months at a time, the showdown over funding was predictable. President Trump signaled his approval of a government shutdown last May, when he endorsed the possibility...read more
DUNS Number More Than A Credit Report Businesses of all sizes spend billions of dollars every year to help build their brands and their bottom lines. Meanwhile, millions of these businesses are oblivious to their business credit report at Dun & Bradstreet, which can...read more
Information War Gaining Momentum Editor's Note: This article was posted before the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal broke. Unfortunately, collusion, corruption and technology have taken the art and science of propaganda to new heights. Propaganda and censorship...read more