Erin's Law will require all students and teachers to be educated on the signs of sexual abuse starting next year, John Artimez explains.
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Ever wondered where the rule of contributory negligence started? Jay Stoneking explains with a brief history lesson.
Can attorneys practice in states other than those where they are admitted? Bordas & Bordas explains.
Technology is changing the way we do just about anything, and healthcare is no exception - Erica Cross explains.
Sharon Eubanks tells the tale of the first woman to run for President of the United States, Victoria Woodhull.
If you think it was the nails that held Jesus to the cross 2000 years ago, think again. God first announced His plan for sending a savior in the garden of Eden. When Adam sinned, God promised to send someone to “crush” the wily serpent and to provide a final remedy for sin. Again and again the...
Chris McCabe explains how getting a copy of the camera footage from an accident could be your best witness.
March is Women’s History Month. We celebrate the lives of remarkable women, both the well-known and those whose stories have been largely forgotten. One such woman is Jo Ann Robinson, a largely unsung heroine who played a key role in the historic 1955 Montgomery Bus Boycott. Jo Ann Gibson Robinson...
With gun control being an ever-present topic in today's society, John Artimez breaks down a bit of what exactly our constitutional rights mean.
Wedding season is upon us and Erica Cross explains how to create less stress the closer you get to the big day.