Aaron R. Davis looks at Jenny McCarthy's anti-vaccine backtracking.
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Batman and Superman will battle Captain America at the box office. Aaron R. Davis wonders why they can't just get along.
We all know that Goonies never say die. That's why it's no surprise that rumors of a Goonies 2 also refuse to die. Director Richard Donner added fuel to the fire recently by telling TMZ that a sequel was in the works. Aaron R. Davis shares
It's hard to tell much from a teaser trailer. They give you the briefest glimpse of an upcoming film, evoking an emotion without actually showing you anything meaningful. They are rarely an indication of how good or bad a film will be. But for some fans of
We tend to think of bullies as those brutish kids in school who beat you up and take your lunch money. But Internet anonymity has given rise to the cyber bully, a group that attacks with words instead of fists. This week, Aaron R. Davis explains how
Aaron R. Davis had a rough week. He opens up about it in this week's column, talking about his troubles navigating our convoluted health care system. We often hear healthcare debated by both sides, but Davis' column this week is a firsthand account of one man who
Have you ever wanted to write your own Internet column? Do you think you have what it takes to spew out your thoughts into an entertaining weekly feature? Well, if so, my friends, this week you are in luck because Aaron R. Davis gives everyone a glimpse
Aaron R. Davis had a simple mission this week: to watch Saturday Night Live on Sunday morning. He had both a DVR recording of the episode and the ability to watch a replay of it on Hulu, but Davis explains how both of those seemingly-viable options let
Net neutrality was recently shot down in the courts, a decision that could fundamentally change the Internet as we know it by giving providers the power to decide what sites their customers see and how fast those sites load. It's a serious change that jeopardizes every site
Comedian Louis CK and others have argued that smartphones keep us isolated in our own little bubbles, disconnected from the world and missing out on a simpler time when strangers at a bus or in a cafe talked to each other instead of staring at tiny little