Mother’s Day and Father’s Day are in the rearview mirror. We’ve shown how much we love our folks, no matter how nuts they make us.
We all spend way too much time in an office, whether it’s a cubicle in a large multinational corporation or a little desk we’ve set up in a living room in our homes.
Mitt Romney’s campaign might have a problem with inspiring a lot of enthusiasm, but one interesting idea from entrepreneur and noted hair trendsetter Donald Trump may pique a lot of interest in the Republican candidate: pick Donald Trump to be Romney’s running mate.
Being president of the United States might come with great power, prestige and responsibility, but it can also be a more difficult job than Robin Williams’ back hair waxer.
Some of the world’s smallest computers now make up a big part of Facebook’s traffic.
The word “unemployment” gets thrown around a lot during tough times and especially during major elections when it’s easy to throw a number on a situation that affects a lot of people.
It’s easy to forget, though, that being unemployed can affect a lot more than a person’s bottom line.
If you’re still carrying the huge financial burden of a student loan, chances are you’re trying to decide between living in a home with running electricity and lights or something more substantial than a jar of lukewarm mayonnaise in the fridge
It goes without saying that times are tough, but it’s been on some than others.
It’s no secret that Americans love to eat. We invented the “super-sized” meal, the “Fourthmeal” and even the “food within a food on a stick.”
This love of freedom to eat has come with a great price. The latest Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index shows that the fattest city in America, McAllen-Edinburg-Mission, Texas, spends up to $400 million a year in unnecessary health-care costs.