There's fairness, and then there's craziness.
- There's no dispute that climate change is real and we're causing it.
- Climate coverage coverage gives non-expert outsized influence.
- Non-scientists with mere opinions get as much or more exposure as experts.
A new survey suggests that free money isn't as popular as you'd suppose.
- A new survey shows a majority of people making more than $125,000 a year oppose a basic income plan.
- The survey also showed how age and political affiliation relates to support for the idea.
- This news should put a major damper on any hopes that the United States will get around to basic income anytime soon.
It could be the largest data leak of a Russian intelligence agency.
- The data included information about several ongoing Russian projects, including operations to deanonymize Tor and scrape data from social media users.
- Little is know about the hacker group, which goes by the name 0v1ru$.
- Earlier this year, Russia briefly disconnected itself from global internet serves.
At 18 percent of the population, Hispanics account for 67.2 percent of U.S. net homeownership gains.
- After a 50-year low, Hispanics have seen the largest homeownership gains for any ethnic demographic.
- The uptick likely results from a bevy of gains Hispanics have seen in recent years.
- This rise in homeownership is part of an increasingly diverse United States.
It's the first major insurance company with operations in the U.S. to move away from coal.
- Chubb Ltd., which operates in the U.S., plans to no longer underwrite construction of new coal-fired power plants and to stop investing in companies that generate significant revenue from coal.
- Insurance companies have to cover losses from natural disasters, which are increasing in frequency and intensity as a result of climate change.
- Climate change could also cause individual insurance premiums to rise significantly.