When the people of Flint, Michigan, complained that their tap water smelled bad and made children sick, it took officials 18 months to accept there was a problem. By Anna Clark On a hot day in the summer
Americans are having fewer babies. At first, researchers thought the declining fertility rate was because of the recession, but it kept falling even as the economy recovered. Now it has reached a record
Working at Google is a dream job for many. Its swanky perks, bar-none benefits and the opportunity to work alongside some of the smartest minds in tech land Google near the top of "best places to work"
Some job interviewers (including CEOs) take a fairly unusual approach to interview questions, and most job interviews involve the most common questions and answers. Yet most job interviews also include
Accountability is a topic that lots of CEOs and leader talk about. Specifically, most of their concern is that they don't feel like their people hold themselves accountable to the things they need to in
This College Dropout Made Almost $1 Billion Betting on Horses. Now He's Finally Telling How He Did It
Does gambling on horse racing seem like a good career path? For a college dropout from Pittsburgh who spent years figuring out how to increase the odds, it became amazingly profitable. Like, almost $1
Updated at 6:20 a.m. ET Friday Kilauea — Hawaii's most active volcano — began spewing lava into a residential area on Thursday, prompting evacuations after hundreds of small earthquakes in recent days
Amazon wants to attract a new type of subscriber — bookish children (or, at least, their parents). A new subscription program for Prime members will send a box of children's books, selected by Amazon,
Today is a big day for Facebook . The company is hosting its F8 developer conference in San Jose today and just before the event is scheduled to start, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg dropped a bit of news:
When people think of a psychopath, they often conjure up images of serial killers. And while most serial killers likely are psychopaths, many more psychopaths aren't murderers. In fact, research over past
The world’s largest all-female motorsport competition draws women from across the globe to the western Sahara desert. Welcome to the Rallye Aïcha des Gazelles du Maroc Over the course of an average year,
(CNN) — A key component of the global oceanic circulatory system, which includes the Atlantic's Gulf Stream, is at its weakest in more than 1,600 years, a new study has found. Research recently published
HO CHI MINH CITY (Reuters) - The United States is seeking to send thousands of immigrants from Vietnam back to the communist-ruled country despite a bilateral agreement that should protect most from deportation,
Lois Wheeler Snow, a former actress and writer whose criticism of human rights abuses in China was amplified by the legacy of her husband, the American journalist Edgar Snow, the author of the landmark
When Evan Taylor heard that Oklahoma teachers planned to walkout, he converted his small Tulsa church into a "glorified daycare" furnished with board games, crafts and a movies to keep kids entertained.
A crowd of Vermonters packed into Chris Shaw's living room this spring, not to hear about local politicians, but to meet a Democrat running for a House seat in upstate New York's 21st Congressional District.
Scientists just gave the middle finger to the idea that early humans migrated out of Africa in a single surge. In work published April 9 in Nature Evolution and Ecology, a massive group of international
This year, I vowed to live a life less basic, by getting back to the basics. I’m making every effort to use my iPhone for only its essential purpose—and you should, too. Here’s how: Delete Facebook and
“One of the writers in our cast told me [she wrote a role for me]. The character was a waiter who spoke in a Chinese accent. We are no longer friends.” In the production of Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton