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Survey reveals beer drinkers get chatted up more at bars
Sep 6, 2016
It's a Friday night and if you are out at a bar, chances are you are there hoping to meet someone nice to have a conversation with. So how do you pick the lucky one who gets to possibly spend the rest of the evening with you?

2016: States with the Best & Worst Health Care
Sep 6, 2016
Major insurers such as Aetna, Humana and UnitedHealthcare recently announced their exit from state-sponsored insurance exchanges while the uninsured rate has fallen to a historic low, bringing into question the cost and quality of health care in America.

2016: Best & Worst Cities for Recreation -- Study
Jul 25, 2016
With July being National Park and Recreation Month and America’s largest cities investing more than $6.9 billion on park and recreation in 2015, the personal-finance website WalletHub conducted an in-depth analysis of 2016's Best & Worst Cities for Recreation.

United Grounds A Pilot Who Said Clinton should Be Hanged, Thousands Demand Resignation
Jul 25, 2016
United Airlines has grounded one of its pilots pending a full investigation into an online message that said Hillary Clinton should be "hung on the mall in Washington, DC." Michael Folk, who also serves in the WV state legislature made the comments this past Friday night.

Don't Let Overreaction To Brexit Drive You Into Panicky Investment Decisions
Jul 25, 2016
The British vote to leave the European Union – commonly referred to as the Brexit – seemed to catch much of the world by surprise, at least temporarily shook up the markets and left many people wondering whether they should act quickly to protect their investments.

US teachers visit Trinidad and Tobago to develop science curriculum
Jul 25, 2016
Teachers from the Omaha Public School in Nebraska, United States of America (USA) will be visiting Trinidad and Tobago to learn more about our country’s biodiversity and abundant eco systems as they seek to boost their Science curriculum and help students appreciate the varying scientific cultures of our twin island paradise.

New Poll: Donald Trump Surges Past Hillary Clinton With Post-Convention Bump
Jul 25, 2016
A new Morning Consult poll taken in the days following the Republican National Convention finds Donald Trump leading Hillary Clinton for the first time ever in Morning Consult polling

Foods That Reverse Brain Damage
Jun 8, 2016
Attempting challenging puzzles and reading up on the theory of relativity aren't the only ways to keep your brain at its finest.

NJ State Senate amends "Pet Store Puppy Mill" Legislation
Jun 8, 2016
At Monday's hearing of the New Jersey state Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee, Senator Raymond Lesniak, D-Union, introduced amendments to Senate Bill 63, known as the "Pet Store Puppy Mill Ban."

How A Muslim Filmmaker Overcomes Adversity And Stereotypes To Live His Dream
Jun 8, 2016
American views about Islam often are fueled by terrorism that's routinely in the news, leading to a stereotypical view of Muslims that's reflected in everything from political rhetoric to pop culture.

Sewage Sludge Storage Areas Could Cause Green Algae In Florida Freshwater
Jun 8, 2016
Most people don't know, and don't really care, as long as it goes away - and stays far away from their home. But county governments all across Florida have a dirty little secret they are hiding from the pubic that causes big problems for the Florida waterways, lakes and estuaries

Nonprofit Colleges Online Publishes 2016 Online Computer Science Master's Degree Program Rankings
May 23, 2016
Nonprofit Colleges Online has just published a ranking of 20 top colleges and universities offering an online master's degree in Computer Science.

Scientists Sound Off - Florida Red Tide Resides Only In The Ocean
May 23, 2016
Red Tide has been reported to have been seen in Florida waters and the Gulf of Mexico since Europeans first landed on the shores of the Sunshine State.

Leftist Proposal Defeated at Annual Meeting of Aetna Investors
May 23, 2016
At today's annual meeting of Aetna shareholders held in Avon, Connecticut, the major health insurer's investors followed the National Center for Public Policy Research's advice and rejected a shareholder resolution from a liberal activist organization that was designed to prevent the company from working with free-enterprise oriented groups.

National Map Reveals Use Of Monsanto's Toxic Glyphosate in Parks and Playgrounds
May 23, 2016
The World Health Organization says glyphosate is a probable carcinogen. Scientific studies have found glyphosate to cause non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and other cancers, birth defects, and celiac disease, allergies, asthma, chronic fatigue syndrome.

Five Tips For Choosing Your Next Travel Destination
May 23, 2016
Your Boston vacation was great, especially that side trip to Salem to learn all about witch trials. The Grand Canyon lived up to its name and orca watching off the San Juan Islands was breathtaking.

National Archives Hosts National Conversation on Rights and Justice in Atlanta
May 23, 2016
Event is First in a Series of "National Conversations on Rights and Justice" Held in Cities Across the Country

Graduates face a big challenge
May 23, 2016
When they go into the Real World, college and high school grads will actually have to THINK

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