Why Do We Work 40 Hours a Week?
If you’re putting in a 60-hour workweek, you may think the people who do their regular 40 hours and go home are slackers — but the truth is, they’re probably more productive than you are.
New Mexico Town Will Cut Off Your Utilities for Not Paying Traffic Tickets — Dollars and S…
Many drivers have bemoaned the cameras installed in intersections that catch drivers blowing through red lights and issue tickets accordingly. But in one New Mexico city, ignoring those tickets is an especially bad idea — doing so could get your utilities shut off.
Why Is Rick Santorum Calling Mitt Romney ‘Frightening’ After Dropping Out of the President…
After a long primary battle, Mitt Romney now seems like the inevitable GOP nominee for president. But as his fellow Republicans begin to rally around him, Iowa voters received a letter in the mail from Romney’s one-time opponent, Rick Santorum, who seems anything but enthused.
George W. Bush Dismayed Over Tax Policy Bearing His Name [VIDEO]
Ever since former President George W. Bush left office in 2008, he’s kept a pretty low profile. But on Tuesday, he made a rare public appearance to talk about taxes — specifically, how his tax cuts for the rich shouldn’t be allowed to expire.
Which Airline Ranks Worst in Customer Satisfaction?
Last year, airlines in the US posted their highest profits in more than a decade — but all that money sure didn’t buy a lot of customer satisfaction.
Texas Hospital Sparks Controversy for Refusing to Hire Obese Employees
When you apply for a job, you assume your qualifications are what matter most, but the Citizens Medical Center in Victoria, Texas is also asking prospective new hires to step on a scale. If they weigh too much, they’re excluded from consideration.
How Does Your County Rank in Overall Health?
This year’s County Health Rankings, which size up the relative health of people in more than 3,000 US counties, was released Tuesday. And although each county was only compared to others within the same state, there are some interesting and revealing general findings.
Political Gaffe By Mitt Romney’s Camp Helps Etch A Sketch Sales Skyrocket — Dollars and Se…
During an interview earlier this week, an advisor to Mitt Romney inadvertently made a comment that is now likely to stick with the GOP hopeful for the duration of the campaign season, and it’s lead to a boom in sales for a very old and largely forgotten toy: the Etch A Sketch.