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Wed, Jul 23, 2014 1:22 PM
In Portland, Oregon, prisoners transitioning to outside life are taught a money-saving life skill that helps them navigate life after incarceration.
The phrase ‘helicopter parenting’ takes on an entirely new meaning as Millennials get their parents involved in their careers.
Hotels, restaurants and other downtown buildings turn out to be the ideal, out-of-the-way spot to keep honeybees.
As kids head back to school, single parents are hitting the dating scene again.
A new study provides insight into workers' motivations during pressured economic times.
CALLAHEAD offers port-a-potties for every possible occasion, mood, or theme.
Business Insider CTO Pax Dickinson didn't hide his feelings about feminism, classism and racism and it cost him his job.
BrightScope ranked the top industries with the best 401k plans and the law sector came out on top.
Bad credit is a relationship killer for some singles.
In consumer psychology, the 'paradox of choice' theory holds that too many options can hamper shoppers' decision-making ability, but the concept has been brought into question.
The brewer is nearing its goal of achieving a 3:50:1 water-to-beer ratio by 2015.
Fewer people are paying no federal income tax, which is just one sign that the economy is improving.
This is one part of the economy that hasn't kept up with inflation. In most states, the bottle deposit is still a measly 5 cents.
A man's self-esteem takes a hit when his female partner earns a promotion, throws a successful dinner party or anything else considered to be successful.
Physical balance is connected to making balanced decisions, and so standing may help with tough choices.
Countersurveillance clothing is emerging as a niche market in the fashion industry.
Activist and author blogs about politics, energy and Earth's resources.
Science journalist blogs about humans and other wildlife.