NYC Woman Out $100,0...

Finding your perfect match can be tricky, and one New York woman found out the hard way that even money can’t buy love. Audrey Ruden, 61, is suing New York City matchmaker Richard Easton for not delivering on his promise to find her a husband, after she paid him $100,000. Ruden, a...

Can One of the World’s Biggest Producers of Junk Food Help Solve the Latest World Health Crisis? Oct16

Can One of the World...

As the threat of Ebola hammers ever more loudly home, many Americans are left wondering whether or not we have the capabilities to fight off the disease, should it ever find a foothold in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have said on multiple occasions that...

Tough Texas Medical Malpractice Laws May Mean Duncan’s Family Doesn’t Have a Case Oct14

Tough Texas Medical ...

The Texas man who was afflicted with the Ebola virus died this week, leading his family to ask for an investigation into the care he received at the Texas hospital where he was treated. According to Chicago Tribune, Thomas Duncan died of Ebola on Wednesday. Top infectious disease doctors have...

Eight-Year-Old Boy Earns Nickname ‘Jaws’ After Developing Second Row of ‘Shark Teeth’ Oct08

Eight-Year-Old Boy E...

Eight-year-old Zak Brown, a resident of Leeds, West Yorkshire, has acquired an interesting childhood nickname that he isn’t likely to forget anytime soon — when Zak’s friends found out that he had not just one set of teeth, but two, they dubbed him “Jaws,” after...

New National Mall Memorial Intended to Honor Veterans With Disabilities Oct02

New National Mall Me...

Washington, D.C.’s National Mall, the stretch of the nation’s capital that boasts the Capitol building, the Washington Monument and memorials for veterans of several major wars, welcomes approximately 25 million visitors annually. On Sunday, Oct. 5, the National Mall will unveil a...

Starbucks’ Pumpkin Spice Latte Soars to Social Media Superstardom Sep30

Starbucks’ Pum...

It’s about that time of year when blade signs on sidewalks outside Starbucks coffee shops drive customers inside to purchase the company’s limited-time Pumpkin Spice Latte. But street signs aren’t the only way that Starbucks is pulling in its customers this year. The Pumpkin...

UPS to Start Offerin...

Students looking to print papers, businesses that want to print mailers, pet owners who need to make “LOST” fliers, and more all use UPS to cheaply get work done. After all, original printer manufacturers’ ink cartridges can be pretty expensive, with alternatives not being...

New Concerns About C...

We are living in a digital age, and it’s putting our children at risk in more ways than we may suspect. There’s the much-publicized risk of Internet predators and cyber-bullying, but Internet and smartphone addiction is a new concern parents should be on the lookout for. Our own...

In a Move to Attract...

Cloud computing has certainly come a long way since its earliest days, when the U.S. government first pursued widespread implementation of the technological platform with 2009′s Cloud First Policy. These days, most large tech-focused companies and smartphone apps have embraced the cloud...

Mild Virus Causing Serious Symptoms in Children Across the United States Sep21

Mild Virus Causing S...

As the fall season gradually begins to move towards winter, many parents are taking steps to prepare their kids for the cold months ahead. This includes bringing out warmer clothes, insisting on jackets and hats, and of course, preparing for the dreaded flu season. With the CDC estimating...

By Threatening to Ta...

Internet users don’t just value the immediacy and lightning-fast loading times of the world wide web — by 2014, they’ve come to expect it. In fact, about three-fourths of people surfing the web won’t even scroll past the first page of results for a search engine query....

New Gadget Brings 3D...

Tech developers have recently introduced a spherical display that allows viewers to view — and interact with — 3D images and animations. According to an August 25 IEEE Spectrum article, the Spheree, developed by researchers from Brazil’s University of São Paulo and...

Self-Driving Technol...

While many people will claim that self-driving cars are merely a pipe dream, or an impossible technology like something from The Jetsons cartoon, the possibility that “driverless” cars will start taking over the highways is actually becoming real. As the auto industry finally...

Electronics Retailer...

Electronics retailer RadioShack is having difficulty making ends meet, and recently announced that Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization is strong possibility if it cannot find a means of reworking its debt. The regulatory filing painted a bleak picture of the struggling retailer’s...

Texas Father and Son Killed By Drunk Driver Less Than a Week After TxDOT Anti Drunk Driving Initiative Sep15

Texas Father and Son...

A Texas father and his ten year old son were killed last week in a drunk driving accident. According to KHOU, they were two of a family of four riding in an SUV that was struck by a speeding pick up truck. The surviving passengers did not sustain life threatening injuries. The driver of the...

Tulsa Dentist Accused of Infecting Patients in Unsanitary Office Surrenders License Sep15

Tulsa Dentist Accuse...

Oklahoma oral surgeon Dr. Scott Harrington has seen his last patient. As of Friday, the Oklahoma Board of Dentistry voted to accept the permanent surrender of his license in light of some serious public health concerns. The oral surgeon came under fire in march 2013, when his Tulsa office was...

Electric Companies T...

Due to changing energy efficiency standards and other motions for clean, responsible energy usage, it would not seem wrong to assume that the state of Missouri is heading towards a more sustainable, environmentally friendly future. After all, new regulations requiring heating and air...

New Technology Helps...

It’s been increasingly clear that technology is the way forward for small businesses. In the restaurant industry, technology has been approaching on several fronts. Tablet usage has become more commonplace as the benefits of using them are realized, and more restaurant owners are...

The Personal Touch is Best When It Comes to Small Business Insurance, Says J.D. Power Study Sep05

The Personal Touch i...

A new survey by J.D. Power has found that the personal touch really does matter when it comes to selling small business commercial insurance, and those who write predominantly personal lines of insurance have a greater satisfaction rate for their small business customers. The J.D. Power 2014...

Should Government Become Involved in Small Business Lending? Sep02

Should Government Be...

Now that the worst of the Great Recession seems to be in the past, economists are becoming fully dedicated to analyzing what caused the country to experience such economic disaster, as well as what can be done to prevent a recession of that magnitude from happening again. And one topic...