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What is Bitcoin? Should you invest in it?

With huge numbers and complicated financial terms surrounding Bitcoin, a lot of people have no idea what Bitcoin is and how it works.

Analyzing our first two weeks of Spring ‘21 COVID-19 data

The university recently announced a new series of restrictions applying to on- and off-campus students to slow the spread of coronavirus in the community before it gets completely out of hand.

Being a poll worker in the era of the coronavirus

This year, polling places and poll workers face a more daunting environment than is typical of these elections due to COVID-19.

A look at Hunter Biden: addiction, stereotypes, and stigmas

Almost half of Americans have a family member or close friend who has gone through addiction, and for Joe Biden, Hunter is that family member.

Who can’t vote?: A look at the nation’s disenfranchised

The U.S. has seen a gradual enfranchisement of certain groups since its founding. Despite this, there are still Americans who are denied the right to vote.

Analysis: Comparing Biden’s leads across state and national polls

Several political polls from the Mid-Atlantic region show former Vice President Joe Biden with a strong lead over President Donald Trump.

A tuition breakdown and a breakdown over tuition

The one thing about college life at the university that has not changed due to this pandemic is the cost of attending college.

“Drinking. Relaxing. And drinking more”: 2019 spring break party destinations

As spring break approaches, many students are looking forward to spending their savings on a warm, lavish party destination.

Analysis: Cohen admits to lying to Congress about Moscow real estate project

Cohen “knowingly and willfully made a materially false, fictitious, and fraudulent statement and representation” in an August 2017 letter to the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.

Analysis: How Delaware will be affected by climate change, according to recent report

The 2018 National Climate Assessment makes it clear that the evidence points to climate change being affected by human activity.

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