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    • PROMoting Teen Driving Safety During Prom and Graduation Season

      PROMoting Teen Driving Safety During Prom and Graduation Season

      High school is full of defining moments for teens and two of the highlights are prom and graduation. While a cause for celebrating, statistics confirm that prom and graduation season — the months of April, May, and June — is […]

    • Lawsuit Financial Supports Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

      Lawsuit Financial Supports Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

      Spring has finally arrived! It’s a time when more and more motorcyclists are returning to the streets nationwide. Historically, this also means an increase in motorcycle crashes. This past weekend, in Michigan alone, shows how motorcycle accidents can be serious, […]

    • Racism Must No Longer Be a Social Norm

      Racism Must No Longer Be a Social Norm

      On April 12, two black men walked into a Philadelphia Starbucks. Before placing an order, they reportedly sat down to wait for an acquaintance to arrive. However, the store manager called the police and had the two men arrested for […]

    • Tragedy Underscores the Importance of Taking Auto Recalls Seriously

      Tragedy Underscores the Importance of Taking Auto Recalls Seriously

      Last month, a 23-year-old Indiana man died after trying to rescue his 3-year-old daughter from a retention pond at an apartment complex. According to police, the man parked his Pontiac G6, but left it running while he got out to […]

    • April Awareness: Bringing the Issue of Clergy Abuse into the Spotlight

      April Awareness: Bringing the Issue of Clergy Abuse into the Spotlight

      A Pennsylvania grand jury will soon conclude hearing testimony about sexual abuse by priests in six Catholic dioceses in the state. A report is expected to be released in May. Former Attorney General Kathleen Kane launched the statewide probe after […]

    • How Can We Arm Our Way To A Safer America?

      How Can We Arm Our Way To A Safer America?

      In a recent New York Times op-ed, retired United States Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens had a clear message: Repeal the Second Amendment. Moved by the March for Our Lives movement, Stevens said: “Rarely in my lifetime have I […]

    • Distracted Driving Awareness Month Focuses On Need For Safe Driving Habits

      Distracted Driving Awareness Month Focuses On Need For Safe Driving Habits

      April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month, a time to focus on the choices one makes behind the wheel and to increase awareness of what happens when drivers don’t give their full attention to the road. Distracted driving continues to gain […]

    • Lawsuit Financial Celebrates Four Years Promoting Financial Literacy

      Lawsuit Financial Celebrates Four Years Promoting Financial Literacy

      April is National Financial Literacy Month as an effort to highlight the importance of financial literacy and teach Americans how to establish and maintain healthy financial habits. Most Americans are living paycheck to paycheck. That means they will not be […]

    • Spring Break Safety: Travel Tips for Teens and Young Adults

      Spring Break Safety: Travel Tips for Teens and Young Adults

      While spring break is a great time for students to relax and enjoy time away from the books, it has also become notorious for traveling to party spots and “letting loose.” However, it’s important to not throw all caution to […]

    • Fatal NYC Helicopter Crash Puts Scrutiny on Harnesses in Open-Door Choppers

      Fatal NYC Helicopter Crash Puts Scrutiny on Harnesses in Open-Door Choppers

      The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has released a preliminary report on the fatal March 11, 2018 helicopter crash in New York that killed five passengers on board. The report includes an interview with the pilot, the sole survivor. The […]