Is A College Coach Your State's Highest-Paid Public Employee?
It's #MarchMadness time again — which often reignites the debate over money and college athletics. A lot of the debate centers around coaches salaries — which more often than not, have made them highly-paid state employees. 😮
What's going on inside a recycling center
What happens to our yogurt tub once we've thrown it away? In France, new technology makes it easier for citizens to recycle. Brut Nature followed our waste inside a recycling center. ♻️
U.S. Vs The World On Plastic
The U.S. is a world leader on many issues — regulating plastic consumption isn’t one of them. See how the U.S. stacks up to other nations dealing with plastic pollution.
The 1st Indigenous Beauty Queen in Mexico
There are 25 million people in Mexico who identify as indigenous — it's about time one of them was crowned a beauty queen. 👑
These fascinating snowy formations could disappear
Japan's "ice monsters" are mesmerizing, but researchers say climate change is coming for them.
What Happened to the Daily White House Press Briefings?
They were once must-see TV — daily White House press briefings that grew more and more contentious by the week. But times have changed — and so have their frequency — thanks to Sarah Huckabee Sanders.
School Principal Goes Extra Mile For Her Students
Teachers and faculty routinely work exorbitant hours. This elementary school principal isn't letting that get in the way of a nightly routine — live streaming story time for her students. 📖
5 Reasons Not to Fear Flying
Nervous about an engine failure? Or a lightning strike? Here's why you shouldn't fear flying.
How avalanche rescue dogs are trained
Must, Otis and Maïko are trained to rescue people buried in avalanches. This is how they practice to be ready the day they're called to duty. 🐶❄️
Blue is not a common color in nature
No, this butterfly is not blue... 😏