Why are we losing so many? – A day in the life of a British Muslim population

By Kate KellandBy Kate KellisNovember 11, 2017 12:37:10We live in an age of unprecedented multiculturalism, and yet our communities have struggled with a disconnect between their identity and their identity.As Muslims, we’re often expected to fit neatly into a global community that celebrates our religion and values.It’s why we often feel left out in the […] →Read more

When ‘Bait and Switch’ ended, ‘Belt and Anchor’ is on NBC

Baltimore, MD—March 26, 2018—MTV News has learned that the fourth season of the long-running reality show, which first aired in the early 2000s, will be canceled.The show’s writers, producers and stars have all announced they will be leaving the series, which has seen over 200 episodes and has spawned numerous spin-offs, including The Baltimore Connection.In […] →Read more

Which Genomics Data Can We Trust?

The number of genome sequences in circulation is expected to reach 1 billion by 2025, and as such the demand for personalized information is increasing rapidly.In the United States, the number of people accessing the National Institutes of Health’s (NIH) Genome Browser (GBI) is increasing at an alarming rate.More than 2 million individuals now have […] →Read more

How Trump’s border wall could help Latinos

In a speech on immigration on Wednesday, President Donald Trump declared that he would build a “great wall” along the U.S.-Mexico border.Trump was referring to a barrier he said would deter illegal immigration and deport more than 12 million people.The barrier would be much bigger than any U.N. barrier that exists now, according to a […] →Read more

When is Brazil’s next football match?

A soccer game in Brazil is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 15, with a capacity of about 20,000.But the stadium in Sao Paulo where the World Cup is scheduled to be played is only the latest example of Brazil’s stadium problems.In September, an estimated 12,000 people crowded into the Rio de Janeiro Stadium for a match […] →Read more

When you think Colombia, think Internet boycott, population information

When you go online, you may be surprised to learn that the country is one of the most censored in the world.But when it comes to the internet, it’s quite different.In Colombia, the country has the largest number of internet users in Latin America and the Caribbean.With over 70% of internet traffic originating from Colombia, […] →Read more

Which states are most in need of help in 2017?

Posted November 15, 2017 04:07:20The number of Americans who are unemployed in 2017 is at its highest level in more than five years, according to a new analysis by the Bureau of Labor Statistics.The number has been at or near a record high in 2016, when the jobless rate hit an all-time high of 11.1 […] →Read more

How to find the fastest and most reliable disk drives

How do you find the most reliable disks for your home or business?There’s no one magic formula, but we’ve done the best we can to try and come up with the best ones.You can read our tips on how to get the most out of them on our guide to the best disk drives.And if […] →Read more

Why your local supermarket may be offering you more than you’re looking for

A supermarket in your area may be advertising you more food than you’d actually need.Business Insider/Andy CrossA study from the University of California, Los Angeles found that supermarkets in California were selling customers products that were significantly more expensive than what they were advertised for.The study found that consumers were offered more food, but less […] →Read more

How to get an audience and stay in the news

You know what’s so great about an online publication?You know exactly what they’re going to write.You know how they’re gonna make the headlines and get you attention.You just don’t know how much of it is going to be real, right?When you’re an online journalist, you’ve got to keep up with the zeitgeist.That’s how I’ve got […] →Read more