Starbucks says it will close its 8,000 company-owned stores in the United States for one afternoon to educate employees about racial bias. The announcement follows an uproar over the arrest of two black
Having a flat belly is the holy grail for both fitness junkies and the average Jane, but for most, it seems to be an unattainable goal. But it doesn't have to mean that you are stuck with your muffin forever.
LONDON — There’s an ugly truth about the rubber duck, the popular bathroom toy that children put in their mouths and use to squeeze bath water into their siblings’ faces. Something yucky is likely to inside,
WASHINGTON — President Trump’s embrace of the country’s racially charged past has thrown the Republican Party into crisis, dividing his core supporters who have urged him on from the political leaders
Hydrological changes do not need to be sudden or large to change the water pressure in a fault zone. As aquifers are depleted for irrigation, the water table slowly drops, which may also trigger earthquakes.
Donald Trump isn't shy to tout his distaste of regulations. Since he kicked off his presidential campaign in June 2015, Trump has derided Obama-era financial regulations as "bad for business" and responsible
Facebook ($FB), Amazon ($AMZN), Netflix ($NFLX) and Alphabet (formerly Google) ($GOOGL) are also known as the FANG stocks. They were some of the strongest performing stocks over the past few years. These
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Studying the human body isn't rocket science – in some cases, it's much harder. "I tell my grad students that we can put a man on the moon, but we still can't come to a consensus on how much protein to
Yawning. We all do it. But why? Is it because we're bored? Tired? Growing our brains? Say what? That's right. In a paper published on Tuesday, psychologist Andrew Gallup and his colleagues reported on
Bills to pay, retirements to be funded, big purchases to be saved for: The financial demands most families face can make saving for a child's college education seem overwhelming or even unattainable. with
If you've maxed out your 401(k), have a fully funded emergency account, and are prepared for bigger, upcoming purchases, you may want to consider investing in the stock market. After all, there are several
Science & InnovationGermination The global problem of antibiotic misuse that allows bacteria to become resistant can be solved in part by more use—not of antibiotics, but of vaccines and other compounds,
An emergency relief well is expected to intersect Southern California Gas Co.'s damaged injection gas well near Porter Ranch as soon as Thursday, possibly ending the leak within days, regulatory and utility
The US Supreme Court placed a temporary halt on a wide-reaching plan to curb carbon emissions from power plants, in a major setback to the Obama administration’s plan to shift the US to clean energy. a