Is anarchy threatening the Internet? Get an inside look at the hackers who disrupt corporations as a form of activism. Don’t miss CNN Presents at 8 p.m. ET Saturday as Amber Lyon takes you inside the secret world of “Anonymous.” New York (CNN) — “Expect us” is the favorite tag line for an endless stream of Web videos posted by the Internet collective known as Anonymous. It’s a promise and a threat…. Read More
What do college students want out of the presidential elections? Are they really as apathetic as everyone claims? What issues do they care about? Our friends at CampusLIVE found out and made a handy infographic about it. Enjoy below! via huffingtonpost
WASHINGTON — Young adults trying to get traction in a tough economy are getting a welcome assist: the new federal health care law has markedly improved their access to health insurance. The number of young Americans ages 19-25 lacking health insurance has shrunk by 2.5 million since President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul took effect, the administration announced in an analysis released Wednesday. That drop is 2 1/2 times as large as… Read More
IN OVER 9% UNEMPLOYMENT AND GRADUATIONS AFTER GRADUATIONS WITH MORE STUDENTS CLUELESS ABOUT WHAT THEY”RE GOING TO DO next, people in my generation have started giving up.
by RICARDO ALONSO-ZALDIVAR WASHINGTON — At least one part of President Barack Obama’s health care overhaul has proven popular. With the economy sputtering, the number of young adults covered by health insurance grew by about a million as families flocked to take advantage of a new benefit in the law.
by Beth Buczynski Inspired by citizen uprisings around the world, thousands of regular Americans recently descended on Wall Street to protest a U.S. economic system that wastes taxpayer money to coddle corporations and stock brokers.
by Natalee Blanchat Four undocumented students stepped behind a podium and tearfully shared their fears, hopes and experiences Thursday. “I was born in Mexico and was brought to the United States when I was eight-years-old,” said Adan Torres, senior accounting major.
By Yesenia Robles Slightly more than a third of all Colorado students qualify for free lunches, and starting this school year, those kids also will qualify for low-cost broadband Internet access if their neighborhoods are served by Comcast. “A lot of families have had to make a lot of tough choices between Internet or cable, for instance, and school supplies or health care,” said Chris Watney, president of the Colorado Children’s Campaign…. Read More
By Jarrod Barry “Obama is on the ropes; why do we appear ready to hand him a win? I just don’t want to co-own the economy by having to tout that we passed a jobs bill that won’t work or at least won’t do enough.”
By Emily Herrington Anthropology senior Mike Skaggs’ house is fully furnished. And he didn’t spend a penny on it. For Skaggs, an avid dumpster diver, one man’s trash is his treasure. Skaggs’ definition of dumpster diving ranges from climbing into a dumpster and rummaging through garbage to picking up abandoned pieces of furniture off the side of the road. He said he has no problem jumping into a dumpster and digging around… Read More