America's Health Rankings just released their annual report, which analyzes the nation's health every year and ranks the states from healthiest to unhealthiest.
For all its joy and good tidings, the holiday season can be one of the busiest times of the year, and particularly so for professional women, who are often the event planner, chef, and chief shopper of the family. It’s not just the gift-buying that makes these workers’ crazed; it’s wrapping up the year at work, attending all the parties, and pulling together the decorations and festivities at home.
For the better part of the past year and a half, Fox News investigative reporter Jana Winter's life has been turned upside down — simply for doing her job. Her brother and father, along with her, received death threats, from "supporters" of alleged Aurora, Colo., movie theater shooter James Holmes.
The 90-year-old CEO of Dole Food Company David Murdock is selling his gorgeous estate overlooking Los Angeles for $30 million, according to celebrity real estate blog The Real Estalker.
Things are getting ugly at Violin Memory, a company that makes on-site, enterprise storage hardware that just went public two months ago.
Yesterday when the media became fixated on the fact that President Obama, David Cameron, and the Prime Minister of Denmark Helle Thorning-Schmidt took a selfie, I jokingly asked in the office whether this was going to be a two-day story or three-day story.
For much of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show last night, the focus was on performer Taylor Swift even more than it was on the models. Swift opened and closed the show, interacting with models as she performed.
In response to U.S. Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel giving Afghan President Hamid Karzai "until February" to sign a defense agreement, Karzai shot back today that "there is no deadline," reports Stephanie Gaskell of Defense One.
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The technology analyst Benedict Evans recently tweeted the chart below, which is based on data from Enders Analysis. Evans notes that the estimated number of smartphones in use is about to pass the number of PCs in use — probably in the first half of 2014.
The Wall Street Journal published an investigation Wednesday into lobotomies performed on World War II veterans, some of whom are now thought to have suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.
Dartmouth College is the first Ivy League school to accept students to the Class of 2018, taking 28% of early decision applicants.
For the first time, the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command used a vehicle mounted high-energy laser to successfully engage more than 90 enemy mortar rounds and flying unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).
The NFL's Pro Bowl game rarely produces notable moments and is often just a glorified version of a touch football game.
Despite violent price fluctuations in Bitcoin, it's becoming increasingly common for individuals to take their salary in the digital currency.
Yesterday, supermodel Gisele Bundchen posted this controversial Instagram selfie: But it's not the fact that Mrs.
According to the L.A. Times, Walmart will start a big holiday sale for one of Apple's new iPhones on Friday. The iPhone 5c will be sold for $27 on a two-year contract, down from its selling price of $99.
The markets sold off sharply, closing right near their lows of the day. First, the scoreboard: Dow: 15,843.2 (-129.9, -0.8%) S&P 500: 1,782.1 (-20.4, -1.1%) Nasdaq: 4,003.8 (-56.6, -1.4%) And now the top stories: Today's sell-off comes a day after Washington agreed on a budget deal.
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A figure skater twirls without a head. A soccer player is 22-inches tall. An army of Beyoncés performs at the Super Bowl.