Scientists have found a link between cell phone radiation and cancer, causing some mobile users to question whether being constantly connected is worth the risk.
Harold Pollack is a professor at the University of Chicago School of Social Service Administration
Like many other people umbilically linked to my mobile e-mailing, tweets, calls and texts, I'm concerned by the World Health Organization's recent findings regarding mobile phone use and brain tumors. This latest pronouncement prods me to make some lifestyle changes — my favorite one being to waste less time being a slave to my damn cell phone.
From government spending to a next door neighbor, complaints are an everyday occurrence. However, some aren't sure if there's a valid reason behind the grievances.
John McWhorter is a regular contributor to The Root.
It's all about this business of "contesting." And it's about all of us.
One thing we all know is that if Cornel West actually met Barack Obama alone in a room — and we can be sure this will happen one day, and likely more than once — he would embrace him and call him brother.
There's a new study, as we just reported, that concludes the "global war on drugs has failed." It comes from the Global Commission on Drug Policy. The commission's members include former Secretary of State George Shultz, former U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan and others who have held top policy posts around the world.