Online Harassment Touches One-Third of Americans

One in three American adults have either witnessed or personally experienced online harassment, according to non-profit organization CiviliNation’s latest CiviliNation Harassment Barometer tracking online harassment in the United States.

Of those who said they experienced harassment, 40% said they knew their attacker. In 25% of these cases, the…

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Binge-Watching, It’s Not Just for Obsessive Freaks Any More

Do you binge-watch TV for hours – even days — on end, only to wonder if you’re some kind of oddball for doing so? Worry not, your TV watching habits are now in the mainstream.

According to new research from Deloitte, a full 70% of U.S. consumers binge watch…

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Pangolin Poaching Reaches Alarming Levels

At first glance, you wouldn’t think of the Pangolin as the kind of animal that poachers would find valuable. However, in some parts of the world a Pangolin is worth its weight in gold.

Market demand for the scaly African anteater has caused an estimated 1,100,000 pangolins…

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Happy Birthday, Pittsburgh!

Pittsburgh is turning 200 this year, and it’s time this city got the respect it deserves.

Sure, it might be Pennsylvania’s second-largest city. And sure, it doesn’t have quite the historical gravitas of Philadelphia. But Pittsburgh has nonetheless brought a lot of great things to the…

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An Aging Population…of Pets

Humans aren’t the only population group that’s aging in America. Pets are also living longer, and having some of the special needs that advanced age can bring.

A new report from Packaged Facts finds that U.S. retail sales of senior, weight management and special needs (SWM) pet…

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