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 debate the need for a $15 minimum wage.
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 put off treatment or end their pregnancies.
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's disdain for the penmanship went viral.
Consumers purchased 13 million of Apple's iPhone 6s and 6s Pluses since Friday, setting a record, according to Reuters.
With two workplace advancements going viral this week, there's a chance you could take a nap at your desk in the near future — or end up playing a childhood game to find office space.
SEATTLE — A Washington state real estate ad pitting working moms against child-free men is going viral.
What kids see in film and TV heavily influences them, and the top children's costumes for Halloween 2015 prove as much, according to Consumer Affairs.
It wasn't too far different from other parent-child talks about etiquette in public places — except for one detail: the kid gave the lesson with the parent asking questions.
When it comes to smiling, babies expect a little something in return — especially from mom and dad, according to a new study.
Lewis Mandell got an allowance as a kid.
The United Nations is meeting this week to set new benchmarks on eradicating extreme poverty. Sub-Saharan Africa will, yet again, be a particular concern. While many anti-poverty conversations revolve around technological and industrial development, The Economist magazine makes the case that it's the continent's agriculture sector that needs attention.
It turns out the world isn't as connected as most might have thought: 57 percent of people — or 4.2 billion — lack Internet access, according to findings by the United Nations Broadband Commission.
Political squabbles over Europe’s migrant crisis have slowed the continent’s response, but a surprising agreement Tuesday is setting the stage for quicker action.
Shirley Batchelder didn't hope to do anything too extreme to complete the last item on her bucket list. Instead, she wanted to do something surprisingly simple.
A recent survey conducted by Netflix found "five more minutes, please" is a means of negotiating parents hear nightly from children not quite ready to ...
An annual report on the cost of college released Wednesday indicated parents who help their high school seniors plan for college should always take tuition ...