Chris Van Hollen, a U.S. senator from Maryland, likely wanted to highlight the fact that Democratic senators are making a last-ditch effort to save net neutrality in a light-hearted, relatable way. But instead he ended up rudely suggesting on Wednesday that “Netflix and Chill is easy.”
In what is truly the most depressing news I’ve seen in a long time, a new study shows that Americans’ knowledge of the Holocaust is shockingly poor, a trend that gets worse among millennials.
Seems like a certain generation wasn’t scolded properly when they were kids—and now we’re all paying the price. Thankfully, not as high a price as those same kids are paying—for something so outrageous I can barely bring myself to describe it!
The trend piece is like matcha: no one actually likes it, but someone somewhere decided that we all needed a ton of it, so it’s everywhere. The New York Times is famous for its months-late pieces on trends like bubble tea and millennials texting their friends when they’re grieving. Equally famous are the huge…
According to survey conducted by Bank of America, the bank that is now charging its poorest customers a monthly fee just to maintain a checking account, 16 percent of millennials have $100,000 or more in savings.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker’s administration announced a plan this week to spend nearly $7 million on a marketing campaign in an attempt to lure veterans and young workers back to the state.
Perhaps you, a non-tech-savvy regular moron, have walked past a “WeWork” location in your city and wondered to yourself, “What the hell is so special about this stupid office space company? Turns out you were right!