With the rise of smartphones, there are now a bunch of ways to cut costs by embracing a more mobile lifestyle. There are apps that will let you invest with no fees and subscriptions that can help you up
This past February, I decided to try investing for the first time. Putting money into a system that could change at any second is a scary thought. In fact, the only investment I've ever made was probably
Experts in UX, AI, and product design weigh in on the next big modality in computing. “I wish I could touch you,” Theodore says, laying in bed. He’s met with silence. Rejection. Until she speaks up, tentatively.
Twitter buzz is good, engagement is great, and sales - or new clients and customers - are even better. Writing tweets that drive relevant interactions is important. Having a lot of conversations on Twitter
(CNN) — What is email? Seems like a silly question. Before the explosion of social media, it was simply the way people communicated on the Internet. But the effect was astounding: Email destroyed the traditional,
Teacher Adam Schoenbart gives his students an hour a week to pursue a topic that interests them – and it has transformed their engagement Half a century ago, a scientist called Art Fry added a little to
Halloween is a celebration of artificial fear. No goblins or witches are really going to cause harm to us. For Christians, the deeper and more genuine fear may come from within our own faith. Halloween
If catwalk models are regularly criticised for being underweight, it is now their instore counterparts – mannequins – in the firing line. This week, Topshop customer Becky Hopper tweeted a picture of friend
Today people worry about NSA spying. Fifty years ago it was intelligence tests. The conversation hasn't changed. In November of 1967, The Atlantic's cover featured an evil Uncle Sam generating data readouts
The Chinese meat scandal expanded to at least three new, major fast-food brands and one new nation on Tuesday, and more are expected to soon join the embarrassing fray. Burger King, Starbucks and Papa
Ukrainian Emergency workers carry a stretcher with a victim's body in a bag as pro-Russian fighters stand in guard at the crash site of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 near the village of Hrabove, eastern
Three of the world's richest men are calling on Congress to pass legislation that would overhaul the nation's immigration system and provide some sort of path to citizenship for undocumented immigrants.
Four journalists and an executive from a Myanmar magazine have been sentenced to 10 years of hard labor on charges of violating state secrets by claiming the military was making chemical weapons. The has
The Obama administration deserves much of the blame for the failure of the latest round of Israeli-Palestinian peace talks. It had originally been hoped that the United States would present a binding along
Energy / Updated May 15, 2014 / 2:55 PM GMT / Source: CNBC.com Territorial conflict is an old story in the South China Sea, where several nations make conflicting claims on the region—and its oil and potential.
Science & InnovationOnly Human A new study calculates the rate of false convictions among death-row inmates. Is there a more tragic story than an innocent person going to prison? Tragic, and powerful.
Do police have the right to hunt through your iPhone’s treasure trove of text messages, photos, and call history during an arrest? The Supreme Court will attempt to answer that question Tuesday as it two
For the last eight days Fatima Ahmet has not sent her children to school. The mother of four said that school officials have called her daily and pleaded with her to at least come by the small private
World A recent bomb blast that ripped apart a bus station in Nigeria's capital was a sign that a bloody al Qaeda-linked insurgency is intensifying, analysts say. Boko Haram, an Islamic sect whose name
Myanma Freedom Daily published its last issue last week–at least for a few months. It became the third daily newspaper in Myanmar (aka Burma) to close this year. In fact, it was third daily paper to close
Surging demand for housing and services puts historical sites at risk. Part of our weekly "In Focus" series—stepping back, looking closer. On a blustery February morning, residents of Alexandria's Wabour
Nearly 70 percent of more than a billion Indians are now guaranteed cheap food. One big issue for Indians hittting their second week of general elections, is food security. The right to food was enshrined
Latino WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Protesters marched to the White House Saturday with signs labeling President Barack Obama “Deporter In Chief” to pressure him to curb deportations of immigrants. The protesters
French voters turned to the mainstream conservative party in municipal elections over the weekend as citizens continue to lose faith in the ruling socialist party. Socialist French Prime Minister Jean-Marc
Climate change has already cut into the global food supply and is fuelling wars and natural disasters, but governments are unprepared to protect those most at risk, according to a report from the UN's