Naz Barouti’s new book, Love, Death, and Money: A Woman’s Guide to Legally Protecting Yourself, is an inspiring financial and legal guidebook for women.
The Associated Press tackles problems in modern journalism via blockchain.
“Don’t you Giuliani me.” This week’s episode of Murphy Brown moralizes on the culpability of the press in “normalizing” extremist political figures.
Do the Internet Giants Plan to Banish Websites from their Ecosystem in the Future of Search?
The Scope Weekly September’s top crowdfunding campaigns revolved around education including interactive toy sets, a children’s book series and a library fund: QBI Toy Building Blocks, Reading with Rebecca and Character Education Heroes.
Great Fall Accessories: Scope Weekly picks a Scarf and a pair of sneakers by Marimekko, daytrip ruffle weave socks, and a crossbody purse
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Learn to identify common myths about mental health.
Everyone except Google appears before Congress tech Committee even though the tech giant has recently encountered the ire of the President who accused the company to be biased against him.
In protest of Colin Kaepernick’s appointment to the Nike campaign, critics have responded by burning Nike trainers and clothing leading to wonder how the brand’s new advertising campaign will fare.
Photoshoot: The Aspen JAS music festival ends with all-time record attendance and a top-notch musical line-up. Gary Clark Jr., The Record Company, and the Zac Brown Band wrapped it up to an enthusiastic audience.