While President Trump’s Twitter ban is the major headline in social media news, another platform has recently come under fire for its role in last week’s Capitol riot. Parler, the social media app branded as the conservative alternative to Facebook and Twitter, has just been removed from Apple, Google, and Amazon platforms. Today on “What’s […]
It’s a New Year here at WORT, and this week on “What’s the Word” Adam Schuster takes us through the history of resolutions, paying special attention to why they so often fail and what new meaning they might carry after 2020. Image by Aamir Daniyal from Pixabay
We’re less than two weeks away from the expiration of the CDC’s original eviction ban, and with news of the new coronavirus relief bill on its way, many are hopeful that it will help keep families in their homes in 2021. Today on “What’s the Word” Adam Schuster looks into both the guidelines and shortcomings […]
When Warner Bros. announced that it would be making all of its 2021 movies available to stream at home upon release in theaters, it sent shock waves through Hollywood. Today on “What’s the Word” Adam Schuster looks into the effects this decision will have on American cinemas, both next year and in the years to […]
As we enter President Trump’s final weeks in office, we also arrive at the familiar time for presidential pardons, with Michael Flynn kickstarting the process just before Thanksgiving. Today on “What’s the Word” Adam Schuster takes us through the history of the presidential pardon and he explains just how unique Trump’s approach to clemency might […]
As the first Monday after Thanksgiving, today is “Cyber Monday.” This week on “What’s the Word” Adam Schuster looks into the history of the annual shopping day and how this year might be its biggest yet.