A new piece in Car and Driver details the awful corporate situation that birthed one of recent memory's most spectacular automobile industry failures.
Favorite sports teams become outlets for fans' personal frustration. Sometimes this can be seen as a healthy way to channel dissatisfaction. Too often though, this channeling gets ugly.
According to writer Libby Nelson, the reason kids shouldn't get Columbus Day off isn't political -- it's practical. Only 15% of businesses close on the holiday, meaning working parents have to scramble to mind their children during the day.
Some industry prognosticators question whether legalized weed will compete with alcohol for Americans' tightening recreation budgets.
The findings of a new study reveal that killer whales have the keen ability to learn the vocalizations of other species. Researchers came to this conclusion after observing a group of orcas adopt the songs and sounds of neighboring dolphins.
The importance of breakfast is treated as axiomatic by much of society, but the myth that it's the most important meal of the day didn't even exist 100 years ago.
A two-generation Swedish study found that couples who share work, home, and family responsibilities experience benefits both in the household and in the father's career. Interestingly though, their children by and large have chosen not to do the same.
Many of us marry people who don't necessarily share our financial values or tendencies. Communication, above everything else, is key to ensuring a happy and lasting relationship.
Wearable technology is the future, but questions still persist as to where on the body the most popular devices will be worn. According to some prognosticators, temporary tech tattoos will reign supreme.
An alarmingly high number of young people in urban areas have been victims of drug assault. Unfortunately, adequate statistics and records of incidents are neither being sought nor kept.
Data and tech are invading sports arenas at a relentless pace with major emphasis being placed on advanced metrics. On one hand, incorporating new information can help revolutionize a sport. On the other, invasive testing could instigate a conflict between executives and athletes.
Life expectancy has hit a new high in the United States: 76.4 for men, 81.4 for women. But it's important to remember that certain demographics have widely varying expectancies due to several major variables.
A recent marriage study out of Emory University revealed some notable facts about wedding spending. For example, women whose engagement rings cost more than $20,000 are 3.5 more likely to get divorced than brides with more modest rocks.
The discovery of the brain's "GPS," which netted three scientists the Nobel Prize for Medicine, will allow researchers to study the process by which dementia steals control of the body from the afflicted.