Welp, there goes another one: U.S. Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein resigns – letter to President Trump pic.twitter.com/2sAX7fEegS — Reuters Top News (@Reuters) April 29, 2019 According to his letter, Rod Rosenstein is grateful for the opportunity to have served as deputy attorney general and has nothing but the highest regardRead More →

People with disabilities are sharing personal anecdotes of how society—and other external factors—make it difficult for them to continue their academic path. It began with a thread from Christine Marshall, a University of California, Santa Cruz student and a queer deaf activist.  “#WhyDisabledPeopleDropout was created to expose the frustration and challenges disabledRead More →

Following a shooting at a California synagogue that left a person dead and three others injured, Senator and presidential candidate Bernie Sanders encouraged everyone to work to eradicate hatred and bigotry while (of course) grabbing guns. Another horrific shooting at a place of worship, today at the Poway Synagogue inRead More →

Honest question: Is there a single Democratic presidential candidate who wants to beat Trump? Because it’s really starting to look like they’re all just tripping all over each other to pile into the clown car. Case in point, here’s what Pete Buttigieg did today: Welcoming Democratic Presidential Candidate @PeteButtigieg, Mayor,Read More →

If you’re looking to bling out your wrist with something a little more technologically advanced than your standard Timex watch, the Samsung Gear S3 is the perfect way to go. It’s sleek, intuitive, and a great way to become even more connected with your other smart devices.  You can currentlyRead More →