By a unanimous vote, Carson's city council agreed to send for final approval a measure that would make bullying of children and young adults -- up to age 25 -- a misdemeanor.
A forthcoming Boston College report suggests that smart businesses should evaluate their parental leave practices if they want to attract quality employees...regardless of gender.
From the country whose hit shows have featured slow boat rides and bird box video streams comes "Kisten" ("The Coffin") in which famous people spend time thinking about and preparing for their future final send-off.
Students, faculty, staff and alumni helped convince the university's board that it would be better to divert those funds to companies offering environmentally friendly energy alternatives.
Later this month, the state's Game Commission will vote on a proposal that, if passed, would make New Mexico the fourth state to outlaw a practice that sportsmen and animal activists say hurts "the concept of free chase."
Researchers conducted several studies that they say suggest people ascribe greater intelligence and status to those whose signatures include one or more middle initials.
It's a delicious treat to watch godless libertarians rise to the defense of Protestant evangelicals this week.
There’s one institution in life where you get time off for good behavior and that’s prison.
The golden rule of investor partnership: I want to communicate to my investors as I would wish they would communicate to me.
The magic of an orchestra is when everybody suddenly gets the same thing at the same moment.
This map shows that your chances of rising above your birth class vary tremendously depending on where you live.
If we want to fail fast and fail hard, we should be sure to be mindful about disrupting gurus of innovation.
A true pacifist doesn’t even think there should be police forces. I can’t agree with that.
What you need in terms of business smarts is great pattern recognition.
First instituted over 60 years ago to help care for war orphans, the schools eventually began to attract a more moneyed clientele. Today, supporters say they promote independence, while critics say they leave some kids feeling abandoned.