16 May 2018, 10:51 | Winifred Adams
Net neutrality is getting a big vote in the Senate today
The US Senate is voting Wednesday on whether to put the Federal Communications Commission's net-neutrality rules back in place. For almost all of the past 10 years, the FCC has had in place rules that sought to guarantee net-neutrality protections.
WKU's Sargent finishes tied for 70th at NCAA Regional
Sargent is just the second WKU individual to ever compete in a NCAA Regional and the first since Brent Long in 2008. Matthew Wolf and Zach Bauchau are both at 3-under par, tied with two IL golfers, Nick Hardy and Michael Feagles.
Anxiety UK survey highlights importance of raising stress awareness
Some employers go further and prohibit employees from eating lunch at their desks or sending emails out of operating hours. There are a number of free and practical guides available from leading mental health charities, as well as from ACAS .
How much of Netflix's spending is going toward original shows?
The decision to ramp up its original films production is no secret and has been oft mentioned by the Netflix management. Netflix's heavy investment in its originals certainly appears to have paid off so far.