Deciding whether you can afford to live in your dream city might be as simple as taking a look at a new map.
Twitter parody accounts might seem like a laughing matter, but in Peoria, Illinois, the creation of one led to warrants, a raid, arrests and a $125,000 out-of-court settlement, according to The New York Times.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development has issued a report stating that the Palestinian territory of Gaza could become uninhabitable by 2020 if current economic trends continue.
Apparently honesty is the best policy, even when it comes to going viral.
Regardless of the outcomes of clashes between college football powerhouses during the second-ever College Football Playoff hunt, Auburn fans reign supreme on the gridiron of grammar, according to a study by Grammarly.
In the never-ending battle of low-carb versus low-fat diets, scientists may have just settled the debate — and discovered there really shouldn’t be one.
Earning the MacArthur Foundation's $500,000 "Genius Grant" provided Seattle poet Heather McHugh enough money to travel the globe or pamper herself.
Twelve homeless shelter cats escaped their cages into a maximum security prison in Pendleton, Indiana, in a new program that rescues cats and gives inmates pet therapy in one package.
Keeping up with the U.S. economy for even a minute proves daunting, but a new infographic gaining traction online will alow you to try, according to Mic.
Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer may have doubled the company's paid maternity leave in 2013, but that doesn't mean she'll take much time off when she gives birth to twins this winter.
TANZANIA — The African country of Tanzania is taking reality TV shows to a whole new level. Of reality that is.
A nonprofit organization is working to alter negative stereotypes of children in foster care. Given the depressing rates of adoption from the foster-care system, the group has a lot of work to do.
UNDER THE SEA — A massive great white shark known as "Deep Blue" is once again making waves on the Internet.
Talk of how to give relief in regards to Europe's growing refugee crisis heightened last week after a photo of a drowned 3-year-old boy grabbed attention on social media, according to USA Today.
The prospect of earning $15 an hour might encourage young adults to ditch endeavors in education if nationwide efforts to raise the minimum wage come to fruition, a Times Square billboard indicates.
Parents struggling to help their children get some much-needed sleep are more frequently turning to melatonin.
U.S. immigrants are an ever-changing group, and a recent report shows that now they're the most educated they've ever been, according to ...
Achieving impressive things takes knowledge, drive and perseverance, but "best-self activation" might trump all of those, according to a Harvard Business School working paper.
John King, current deputy U.S. Education Secretary, will replace Secretary of Education Arne Duncan when he steps down in December. According to The Huffington ...
Whether sitting too much or standing too much in the office, workers are likely to suffer health issues unless discovering the perfect combination of both.
Summing up the European refugee crisis proves difficult because of all the factors involved, but a video making the rounds on social media proves knowing ...
The hosts of a new TLC program dedicated to giving online dating tips feel fairly confident they can help you garner more right swipes on ...
Presidential hopeful Ben Carson incited controversy last month when stating he "would not advocate" a Muslim becoming president, according to The Guardian.
A recent study indicated the age listed on people's birth certificates might not matter as much as another figure: the age of people's ...
People often say only God can judge them, when it all comes down to it.
In a push to pass legislation, 18 Florida lawmakers hope limiting their spending to $17 a day will show those on both sides of the ...
A new study suggests pregnant women diagnosed with cancer — a group having to make difficult decisions in regards to delivering children — don't need to ...
Low pay isn't the only aspect that makes experienced and new teachers alike question if they can stay in education.
What started as standard red-inked feedback in regards to a class assignment morphed into another rendition of the debate over cursive writing when a teacher ...
Consumers purchased 13 million of Apple's iPhone 6s and 6s Pluses since Friday, setting a record, according to Reuters.