June 6, 2023

Denying climate change is no longer an option for many climate-change-deniers, according to the insurance industry; Though China makes aggressive moves towards the US during military exercises and Russia threatens to use nuclear weapons, the real battleground lies where we can’t see the field but feel it; Researchers say we (Latinos) are finally making financial progress but, surprise, discrimination still running rampant; Archeologists just found the world’s oldest-known burial site; and If you know someone who’s struggling with addiction, a new app may help. Go beyond the headlines…

Uninsurable America: Climate change hits the insurance industry

Cyberspace plays key role in growing US-China tension

Here are the major Supreme Court decisions we’re still waiting for this term

Latinos Make Financial Progress, But Discrimination Persists

How do credit scores work? 2 finance professors explain how lenders choose who gets loans and at what interest rate

World’s oldest-known burial site found in S.Africa: scientists

New ‘quasi-moon’ discovered near Earth has been traveling alongside our planet since 100 BC

New app helps those struggling with addiction

Mexico: Portrait of a movement: mural tells of struggle to save native corn

Colombia’s ‘cocaine hippo’ population is even bigger than scientists thought

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