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Opinion

Opinion: Deglobalization, an Idea Whose Time Has Come – Inside Sources

For the last two decades, America’s political and economic elite have talked eagerly of “globalization.” But now the tide has turned. Suddenly, everybody is talking about “deglobalization.” Deglobalization means focusing on making things here at home in America. It means reducing our dependence on hostile powers such as China for strategic goods. It means not

Health

The risk of concussion lurks at the Super Bowl – and in all other sports

Over the past two decades, researchers have gained a great deal of insight into the risks surrounding concussions – some of which has led to sweeping policy changes. Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images Sports via Getty Images Steven P. Broglio, University of Michigan An estimated 90 million to 100 million Americans will tune in to watch

COVID-19

Pregnant people aren’t getting COVID vaccine, health providers worry

Giggles fill the room as Ruth Melgar tickles her infant son and gives him kisses. Her 3-year-old son stands by the bed and watches his little brother in amazement. But just a few months ago, with COVID-19 infections surging again, Melgar worried about getting vaccinated while pregnant. Eight months into her pregnancy, at one of

Arizona Corporation Commission

Investor Alert: The Gamification of DIY Smartphone Investing Apps

The Arizona Corporation Commission is warning novice investors about the risks of self-directed, smartphone investing apps. While “do-it-yourself” investing apps often provide cost-effective, convenience with instant access to trading at an investor’s fingertips, some are presented like a video game that attract young investors who are not made aware of the risk of financial loss.

Arts & Culture

Sharlot Hall’s WineFest Postponed

We are very sorry to announce Sharlot’s WineFest, planned for Saturday, August 21, has been postponed until 2022. Rapidly-rising COVID-19 numbers have put a sharp strain on our event vendors and added risk to our event that was not present even a month ago. As hosts for this popular event, we feel responsible for the

Social Media

School posts on Facebook could threaten student privacy

Images of students on school Facebook pages could fall into the wrong hands. Sol de Zuasnabar Brebbia/Getty Images Joshua Rosenberg, University of Tennessee Like many of us, schools in the United States are active on social media. They use their accounts to share timely information, build community and highlight staff and students. However, our research

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