Do You Want to Own Just 2.5% of Your Home in 2022?
You want to buy a condo. It costs $540,000 and you really don’t have much money on hand because of this thing called life. So a startup appears and says “Hey, friend! We have a solution!”:Read full story
Why Have So Many Top Women Lost Early In The First Week Of The WTA Season?
It would be a huge understatement to say that the short WTA off-season has been tumultuous. Between the drama surrounding who would be allowed into Australia and whether the virus would even permit the January tournaments on the continent to move forward, to the ongoing tragic saga of Peng Shuai, everyone on tour is glad be be back together and focused on tennis.Read full story
Tragic Philadelphia Fire Claims 13
In what will go down as a tragic day in Philadelphia history, 13 people have been killed in a fire in the city’s Fairmount District. The fire was in two units, 18 people living in one, 8 in the other. Of the 13 dead, 7 were children.Read full story
Finding the Perfect Macchiato
I’m a coffee achiever. On every trip I’ve taken in over three million miles of pre-pandemic air travel, I’ve sought out and often found the world’s best coffee. My daily coffee drink is one of the most misunderstood and underappreciated coffee drinks - the espresso macchiato, more commonly known as simply a macchiato.Read full story
Can Shad Khan and the Jacksonville Jaguars Get Out of Urban Meyer’s Contract?
While you were sleeping, Urban Meyer was fired as head coach of the Jacksonville Jaguars. For your edification and entertainment, I have created a three image photo essay to explain this mercy killing:Read full story
Is Fair Trade Coffee Fair?
As we coffee fanatics know, we are in what is known as coffee’s Third Wave. While some think of Third Wave coffee simply as the coffee scene post-2000, it’s more complex, just like anything in the coffee world is probably more complex than it needs to be.Read full story
In An Ominous Sign for Roe, The Supreme Court Keeps Texas SB8 Intact
For Elizabeth Prelogar, her first full day at work in November, after being sworn in as Solicitor General of the United States, was a busy one. She began her first morning arguing the second of the morning’s two challenges to the Texas “heartbeat” abortion law - SB8 - before the Supreme Court of the United States.Read full story
The Journey Towards Increasingly Fair Jury Selection in New Jersey
In August, New Jersey’s Supreme Court made a progress report public on the issue of the state judiciary’s efforts to address racial disparities in the court system. One of the issues the court sees as among the most important is jury selection, specifically, the racial composition of juries, which often does not reflect the people who are required to appear in court before these juries.Read full story
Fashion Giant H&M Walks the Supreme Court Runway
Many people love H&M because they see the massive Swedish fast-fashion retailer as stylish and inexpensive, allowing them to have a far more extensive wardrobe than if they had to buy similar styles elsewhere at significantly higher prices. But few people realize that the designs at H&M may not exclusively be their own.Read full story
FOX Anchor Hands Facebook a Section 230 Setback in Court
In Sweden, there is an expression “Hepp Hepp!” - this loosely translates to “let’s go!” or “all aboard!” Karen Hepp, co-anchor of FOX’s Good Day Philadelphia, must be feeling the same thing this week, after the Third Circuit overturned a 2020 US District Court decision in her case against Facebook.Read full story