Cato Conroy is a Manhattan-based writer who yearns for a better world. He loves to write about politics, news reports, and interesting innovations that will impact the way we live.
Best Books for People Who Want to Learn About Stocks
I remember the first time I decided to start investing. I downloaded Robin Hood, saw a bunch of charts that showed prices to me, made a bet, and watched my money turn to nothing. It was not a good move, though it did look like it was doing well once before disappearing completely.
10 Legendary Aquatic Monsters You Don't Want to Meet
For the most part, Earth's land has been explored and discovered to its entirety. We think we know most of the world, but in fact, we don't. Around 70 percent of Earth's waters have not been fully explored—and that means we really don't know what lurks in the watery depths.
10 Ways to Find Money to Invest
Let's get one thing straight: It's hard to make ends meet. Even the day to day of trying to find enough money to scrape together for rent can be a hassle for most of us. Nowhere is this more apparent than with Millennials and Gen Z kids.
What's Life in the Mafia Like?
Scarface. Growing Up Gotti. The Godfather. West Side Story. A Bronx Tale. Fuggetaboutit... The list of movies, books, television shows, and musicals inspired by the Italian mafia grows every single year, and it's a genre that never seems to get old. Heck, it's one of the most timeless fiction genres to touch upon the American crime world.
10 Ways Military History Impacts Civilian Life
I remember my professor lecturing us about the Trojan Wars in history class. More specifically, I was sitting down, listening to the story of the Trojan horse, and the warning about "Greeks bearing gifts."
10 Crime Scene Photos with Horrifying Backstories
Photos have a way of conveying intensity, despair, and horror in ways that words often can't. Pictures are one of the most powerful tools criminal investigators have when it comes to solving homicides—and oddly enough, they are one of the most emotionally striking parts of any true crime story as well.
The Mysterious Death of Richard Lancelyn Green
How far would you go to show your love for your favorite fandom? Would you spend money on merchandise? Become a scholar on the subject? Go to conventions based on the topic?
10 Employment Laws Every Person Needs to Know
Back when I was 26, I worked for a person who was a total pig. He made a point of telling me that I would not be able to get a raise unless I lost weight... for an office job. He would regularly berate women for being not "hot enough" and make seriously derogatory remarks towards anyone who was female. To him, women and non-binary individuals like myself weren't people; they were accessories that propped up his fragile ego.