• Flood Insurance: Underwater

    Roared ashore. Barreled across. Lashed down. However they arrived, the record-breaking  hurricane waters of 2017 engulfed residents in Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands triggering $8 billion in National Flood Insurance Program...   Read More

  • The Money in Mary Jane

    Hooch. Broccoli. Bud. Mary Jane. Santa Semilla. If it is not there already, legalized marijuana is coming to your neighborhood. It won’t be in a nickel bag, but rather packaged as a sparkling cherry tonic,...   Read More

  • Lock Them Up

    A 14-year-old boy died from a gunshot wound in Glendale, Arizona, last week when he and a 13-year-old friend were “messing around” inside a home with a handgun that had not been properly secured; at...   Read More

  • Hackproofing U.S. Elections

    The mayoral primary win of WWE wrestling champion Glenn Jacobs, aka Kane, by 23 votes wasn’t the only election surprise in Knox County, Tennessee, this month. While Jacobs, as Kane, was known for wrestling in...   Read More

  • The H1-B Visa: Help Wanted

    The U.S. isn’t turning out American STEM workers fast enough to keep up with our expanding digital economy. As of 2016 there were three million unfilled STEM jobs in the U.S. Nor are companies able...   Read More