Meet the most influential people in the world. They are artists and activists, reformers and researchers, heads of state and captains of industry. Their ideas spark dialogue and dissent and sometimes even revolution. Welcome to this year's TIME 100
RateMyProfessors.com, an online database for professor ratings, released its annual lists ranking the highest rated college professors and universities. Sounds like the more students a university has the more votes that school will get, thereby leading to a disproportionate number of state public schools ranked on the top. But anyway it's still a...
The International Monetary Fund has just dropped a bombshell, and nobody noticed. For the first time, the international organization has set a date at 2016 for the moment when the “Age of America” will end and the U.S. economy will be overtaken by that of China.
Netflix Inc. said Monday it now has 23.6 million customers thanks to a major first-quarter growth spurt that pushed the online video and DVD service past traditional subscription entertainment powerhouses such as Showtime and Comcast.
Incarceration of young Americans costs the country billions of dollars, as it costs $37,000 per year to keep an inmate in prison, Canada said. He added that this money would be better invested in children’s early education.
Omega-3s may increase the risk of prostate cancer, a surprising result for the fatty acid known for its health benefits. Don't give up on the omega-3s just yet, even though a new study has singled out the fatty acids found in fish as having a possible link to aggressive prostate tumors.
Job-related stress is on the rise again! And it’s no surprise given the slow economy and disappearing pay increases. Even if you’re lucky enough to have a job, the crush of extra responsibility and uncertainty about the future can take its toll on your health and well being.
Rental Affordability Worsens After Recession: The nation’s renters are devoting much more of their income to housing in the wake of the recent recession, and a growing share of middle-income Americans are struggling to pay their rent, according to a new study.