The face of America is changing, and the housing market is changing along with it. If the mortgage market doesn’t keep up, the nation’s economy will bear the consequences. The mortgage market has a long
It has a sleek black pill of a body, with two rigid, white arms sprouting from its sides. It looks, in other words, like an iPad had a baby with a crop duster, or like a Volkswagen Bug from a future designed
Artificial intelligence isn’t creating fake photos and videos — it can do fake voices, too. Up until now, these voices have been noticeably stilted and robotic, but researchers from AI startup Dessa have
Companies are not even trying to hide their greedy agendas anymore. They destroy careers, leaving people unemployed without the possibility of attaining a new appropriate-paying position. When you enter
The evolution of neuroscience has proven that words and tone immediately affect our brains and can trigger emotions, sometimes negatively. Whether or not you consider yourself an emotional person, your
The long knives are out again for one of American real estate’s oldest and most controversial traditions: requiring home sellers to pay the agents who represent the buyers of their properties. A landmark
YORK, Pa. — The numbers are staggering: Seventy-one percent of young people are ineligible to join the military, according to 2017 Pentagon data. The reasons: obesity, no high school diploma or a criminal
In a recent WSJ article, business writer Sam Walker presents the challenge of growing our economy "back to the glory days of 7% growth." He writes: "Here's a crazy idea: What if it's something simple?
If You Say Yes to Any of These 5 Questions, Science Says You Definitely Make Smarter Decisions Than Average
Even though we do our best to make smart decisions, we all end up regretting at least a few choices. One reason is that we are all, to borrow the title from one of Dan Ariely's books, predictably irrational.