Ant Man and the Wasp Might Make You Laugh Again

The next Marvel flick Ant Man and the Wasp is set to be released this Friday. It’s the Marvel film that has been released since Infinity War. Ant Man and the Wasp does not take place after the events of Infinity War, however. This fact plays in Ant Man and the Wasp’s favor as it allows the film to be a separate, fun and comedic adventure. The universe isn’t on the line and most critics seem to agree that this works for the film. The first Ant Man film garnered an average rating of…

Why is ABC Doing A Roseanne Spinoff Without Roseanne?

ABC announced on Thursday, a Roseanne spinoff that won’t feature Roseanne Barr. Last month, the Roseanne reboot that premiered in March with 18 million viewers and ended its revival season in May was canceled after Barr posted a racist tweet. It was going to have a second season (not anymore). The decision didn’t seem rash for it seems Barr’s Twitter page was heated with controversy and her racist tweet was the boiling point. Many people who were a part of the show were going to quit the show before ABC…

Supreme Court Rules a Warrant is Needed for Cell Phone Location Tracking Data

This Friday the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that the government generally needs a warrant if it wants to use cell phone data to track someone’s location. This ruling is a win for privacy advocates. In this situation, the government is obtaining information about you from a third party, your cell phone company. The Department of Justice, the losers of this ruling, argue that a person’s privacy rights are lessened when information is voluntarily shared with someone else (a third party). To some, in this case, the department’s claim is a…

Will Families Be Reunited?

Wednesday, Trump signed an executive order that will help keep families together at the border. Trump made this move after backlash from his administration policy that separated children from their parents. Parents will still be prosecuted for illegally crossing the United States border but now families will be detained together. Also, the Department of Homeland Security, not the Justice Department will handle these cases. There are several key components to this executive order. However, one of the most noticeable ones is that the order doesn’t reunite families already separated. At…

Supreme Court Approves Sales Tax on Online Retailers

Today the Supreme Court ruled that states can now force retailers to collect sale taxes, even if they do not have a physical location within a given state. The ruling was passed 5-4. It overturns a 1992 Supreme Court ruling that prohibited states from collecting such taxes from retailers. This new ruling could affect online retailers by forcing them to increase the prices of their products. The Supreme Court stated that the 1992 law allowed businesses to avoid physical locations in the United States, according to CNN. In such an…