In case you missed it, here are three things you should know this week...
1.) Tax Fraud Plays Key Role in College Bribe Scandal
- David Ragland speaks with Dr. Drew and Leeann Tweeden about taxes and the recent scandal involving parents that received tax deductions for illegally getting their kids into various colleges.
2.) The Madness Machine
- It’s completely OK if you saw the NCAA tournament bracket and realized you didn’t have the slightest clue about anything that happened this season. With the Wall Street Journal’s Madness Machine, that's no problem at all.
- The Madness Machine can create a complete, customized bracket based on your own preferences.
- Ready to get in the game? Visit The Wall Street Journal for a little coaching on your bracket.
3.) Can You Learn While You Sleep?
- For most people, the 16 hours spent awake each day are hardly enough time to get critical tasks done, let alone acquire knowledge.
- A growing number of neuroscientists believe, however, that sleep not only helps cement memories, but is a time to learn something new— even a foreign language.