Childhood obesity has been called an epidemic, but in some ways, that’s wishful thinking. Because with an epidemic, you can usually pinpoint a cause and potential solutions. Childhood obesity is more like fighting a hundred infections at once and trying every medication you’ve got, hoping something sticks. Worldwide, obesity amongRead More →

A Kickstarter employee says that the tech company fired her for her union organizing and that she was told to sign an overly broad non-disparagement agreement if she wanted severance pay. Clarissa Redwine, who was a senior design and tech outreach lead at the company, said Kickstarter let her goRead More →

Fifty U.S. attorneys general on Monday announced an investigation into potential antitrust violations by Google, marking the latest attempt to regulate the tech giant. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (R) announced the probe at a press conference on the steps of the U.S. Supreme Court, saying Google “dominates all aspectsRead More →