The Public Reckoning with Facebook

Facebook, along with the rest of the tech industry, is facing renewed scrutiny for governments and political watchdogs. Recently, Germany’s top court ruled that the company had abused its social media dominance to illegally collect data about its users. This comes after the already present antitrust concerns that resulted in Mark Zuckerberg agreeing to testify... Continue Reading →

NHL Award Predictions

The NHL’s announcement of its plans to resume play contained mostly good news (check out my “NHL Playoffs Explained” article for more info). Yet, there is one negative aspect: the fact that the 2019-2020 regular season will not be completed. But since we now know that the regular season will not be resumed, I thought... Continue Reading →

2020 NFL Offensive Rookie Preview

In April, NFL fans were pleased to hear that the NFL would hold its draft. Raking in record numbers for draft viewership, 50 million viewers tuned in over the three-day span. And alongside this, the draft had a great deal of media coverage. At Quibbl, we covered the draft in my article: “The Winners and... Continue Reading →

NHL Playoffs Explained

On May 24th, the NHL announced its “Return to Play Plan” which outlines guidelines pertaining to a new playoff format and draft lottery. Sports-deprived fans across America were excited to hear that playoff hockey will likely be back barring no major coronavirus setbacks. While the NHL coronavirus pause was certainly eventful, it’s nice to hear... Continue Reading →

A Coronavirus Roundup

As states officially reopen this summer, the media opines about 'the new normal' and the President turns his attention to other news, we look back our coronavirus coverage so far. Uncertainty Over Unemployment Numbers Economists are stunned as positive jobs numbers roll in. But are we truly on the other side of the Coronavirus economy?... Continue Reading →

Secretary of Defense Mike Pompeo Faces Claims of Corruption in Light of the Firing of Inspector General Steve Linick

Secretary of Defense Mike Pompeo is facing scrutiny after President Trump’s firing of Steve Linick at Secretary Pompeo’s recommendation. At the time, Pompeo was the subject of multiple investigations into potential misuse of government funds at the time of the firing and has been accused of firing Linick for retaliation against these investigations. In his... Continue Reading →

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