Keri Wiginton is a writer and photographer who focuses on women’s issues and mental health, with a heavy dose of travel thrown in. Before lending her expertise to Stacker, she spent 15 years in the newspaper world at the Tampa Bay Times and Chicago Tribune. She lives in Madison, Wis., with her husband and cat-child, Nea.
From 1919 to 2018, inventors have created medical and technological advances that have changed the world and made life safer, healthier, and easier. See brilliant inventions from the year you were born.
To fund the government, the president proposes a budget. Then Congress has to talk it over and vote before anything gets the green light. The approval process generally takes a considerable amount of time.