New data reveals a drastic drop in U.S. refugee resettlement. Here's why it matters
"It's a watershed figure," says Ryan Allen, Associate Professor in Humphrey School of Public Affairs at the University of Minnesota. "It marks a change in terms of how America interacts with the world."
The scary new way that abusers are going after their victims
Perpetrators of domestic abuse have found a new way to terrorize their victims: by hacking into the internet of things. Security analysts say everyone should be aware of the ways in which smart technology can be used against us.
What to do when summer makes you depressed
Longer days, more sun and vacations make many people happier in summer. But many suffer from a form of depression that occurs only during the summer, making the season especially challenging for parents with children home on vacation.