With the pressure on Trump to release his tax returns, KH explains how this tradition started and why it matters.
Today Donald Trump gave a speech explaining in broad terms the economic policies he would install if he were president. SS simplifies his speech and details what a few of his policies actually mean.
KH talks about the revolutionary changes that will come to US currency within the next few years.
With Apple's recent annoucement about new products SS talks about the updated phone and watch, as well as touching on the $14.5 billion that some believe Apple owes Ireland.
California is the first state to pass a bill that raises the minimum wage to $15 an hour. KH talks about where else these bills might pass, and what people are saying the bill could do for Americans.
SS talks about public housing in America and why the tensions between lower income and higher income residents are so high.
This the resounding argument from the US Women's National Soccer Team after issuing a complaint that the US Soccer Federation pays the men's team, who is considerable less successful, nearly four times as much as them.
KH discusses the challenging situation in Puerto Rico where there has been a decade-long recession coupled with $72 billion in debt. Congress will vote this week whether or not to aid the quasi-independent American commonwealth.
Apple has reported a 13% drop in revenue last quarter, mainly because of the decline of iPhone sales. Does this drop mark the end of a thirteen-year period of growth? Or is it just a scratch in the golden surface of Apple's history?
The term Wall Street gets thrown around all the time in political conversations, and especially candidates' campaign rhetoric, but who is wall street, and why are we supposed to hate them so much?
Over 11.4 million documents have been leaked from a Panamanian law firm called Mossack Fonseca which detail the illegal dealings of the some of the wealthiest people in the world.
A recent 4-4 tie in a Supreme Court case awakens both the discussion about labor unions, and the desperate need for a 9th judge.
The craziness surrounding March Madness often clouds a bigger issue at hand. KH sheds light on the arguments being made about salaries for students who spend the vast majority of their time on the court.
Google keeps growing, creating different companies in order to avoid lawsuits.
We define affirmative action and one of the most recent supreme court cases. Most importantly, we tell you why you should care.