Graphology, the practice of determining personality from handwriting, is being used to screen job applicants. Continue reading →
A new comedy about a talking teddy bear, is the target of protests by people who believe the film makes fun of those who have Lou Gehrig's disease.
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By raising taxes on fatty foods, sugary drinks, alcohol and other vices, the government could raise hundreds of billions of dollars in revenue.
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It may read " sustainable," but Chilean sea bass is not always what it appears to be on store shelves.
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