What Are Young Non-Working Men Doing?

By Derek Thompson From The Atlantic  In February 2011, the Washington Post published a survey it conducted with the Kaiser Family Foundation and Harvard University on the U.S. economy. Although black and Hispanic families were hurt by the Great Recession, it was the “non-college whites” who held the darkest view of the country. These men…

Women In The U.S. Workforce

By ASHLEY YOUNG From NPR Women have been breaking all sorts of glass ceilings recently. At the 2016 Rio Olympics, U.S. women took home more gold medals than anybody else. Beyoncé was nominated for 11 VMA awards this year and took home eight, setting a record for VMA wins (and the #BeyHive rejoiced). And of…

This Map Shows the Most Popular Attractions in Every State

by Laura Stampler from Time.com Approximately 17 million people go to Walt Disney World every year. And 3.5 million people who go to Maine check out the L. L. Bean flagship store annually. This map pulled 2009 numbers from National Park Services, state tourism offices, and other statistical resources to show what the most popular attractions are…