Where Is It More Affordable To Buy Than Rent?
In some of the largest metropolitan areas in the U.S., it is becoming cheaper per month to buy a house as a first-time home buy than to rent a similarly sized unit.
Numbers Indicate The Opioid Crisis Is Here To Stay
The opioid crisis is ongoing and will probably continue for many more years as deaths rose during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Is There Any Hope For 4-Day Working Week? US Businesses Lag Behind Trend
There is evidence that shortening the workweek helps with productivity and profitability. Still, the U.S. has yet to accept the benefits because of the “workaholic” culture that has defined the nation's workforce for decades.
What Is Pandemic Fatigue And How To Manage It
The world is three years into the COVID-19 pandemic and these prolonged conditions have led to feelings of pandemic fatigue.
Around 80% Of Workers Want To Stay Remote After The Pandemic, Despite Businesses Opening
With easing restrictions of mask and vaccine mandates taking place around the country, remote working models are still a favorite among employees.
Union Push Turns To Apple Store Workers
An article in the Washington Post alleges Apple store workers are attempting to unionize, following efforts by Starbucks and Amazon employees.
Why The FBI Is Forming A New Crypto Unit
The FBI announced on Thursday that they formed a new crypto unit that will help to curb criminal activity in virtual currency spaces.
The Amazon vs. Visa Standoff Is Over: Two Companies Come To An Agreement
Amazon and Visa announced that the two companies have reached an agreement, preventing any future problems with Visa payments on Amazon in the U.K.
Who Is Loretta Lynch? Ex-US AG Defending The NFL Against Brian Flores’ Allegations Of Discrimination
Loretta Lynch has a long history of service to the U.S. and law enforcement. Now, she represents the NFL in a class-action lawsuit brought by former Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores who alleges unfair and discriminatory hiring practices by multiple teams in the league.
Will Britney Spears Testify Before Congress?
Pop sensation and icon Britney Spears posted to her Instagram a photo of a letter she received from Reps. Swalwell and Crist, inviting her to share her story before Congress.
What Will ‘Truth Social’ Look Like? Donald Trump Posts On Platform For First Time
Donald Trump's alleged first post on Truth Social was revealed by his son Don Jr. on Twitter.
President Biden Rejects Trump's Claims Of Executive Privilege Related To White House Visitor Logs
The Biden administration has ordered the release of Jan. 6, 2021, White House visitor logs from Trump's care to be delivered to the Jan. 6 Committee within 15 days.
What To Know About China’s ‘Metaverse’: Creating A Virtual World Amid Strict Regulation
China is looking to regulate the metaverse as it is being developed.
These Companies Have Lifted Mask Mandates For Vaccinated Workers After Omicron Surge
Many companies are lifting mask mandates for vaccinated workers, in line with states that are beginning to do the same.
Big Banks Are In League With Coal For $1.5T Since 2019
NGOs from around the world have released a report on the big bank and investment firm spending in coal industries from 2019 to 2021.
Facebook Facing Texas Lawsuit For Unauthorized Access To Facial-recognition Data
Facebook was accused of similar offenses during the 2016 presidential election and has since faced criticism of its data-collection practices.
US Capitol To End Vaccine And (Most) Mask Mandates To Enter Businesses
Mayor Bowser made the announcement on Monday saying that the vaccine mandate for businesses would end on Tuesday and the mask mandate would end by March 1.
Which COVID-19 Rapid Tests Are Easier To Use? The Higher Rated, The Better
Based on a ranking of ease of use, ECRI ranked seven at home COVID-19 rapid test kits based on how easy they are to use.
Which Member Of The British Royal Family Tested Positive For COVID?
The wife of Prince Charles, Duchess Camilla, has tested positive for coronavirus.
Puppy Bowl 2022 Live: Where To Watch Online, On TV During Super Bowl 56
Ready, Set, Pup! Get ready for this year's Puppy Bowl XVIII with even more adorable pups than last year featuring celebrity coaches Martha Stewart and Snoop Dog, bringing awareness to the animal adoption crisis.
Amazon Will No Longer Pay Unvaccinated Workers For COVID-19 Leave
While Amazon does not have a vaccine mandate, the move to keep paid leave away from workers who are not vaccinated is a statement to staff encouraging them to get vaccinated.
Older Adults Who Get COVID-19 More Likely To Develop Health Conditions, Study
As more people contract the COVID-19 virus, many estimate that more will enter the hospital for months afterward with health concerns and prolonged side effects, though the longer-term effects of Covid are not fully understood yet.
Biden Says Corporate Leaders, Nobel Laureates Predict Inflation Will ‘Start To Taper Off’ In 2022
President Biden gave an interview to NBC's Lester Holt after the news broke of inflation rising to a 40-year high.
Entertainment Weekly, In Style, More Magazines Will No Longer Offer Print Versions
Six magazines from Dotdash Meredith will no longer be available in print, the company's CEO, Neil Vogel, noted in a memo to employees.
Why Are Biden’s Approval Ratings So Low? President Sees Lowest Numbers Since Taking Office
A CNN poll found that Biden's approval ratings are the lowest since his presidency began, with respondents citing the economy, Covid-19, and foreign policy as areas of disappointment.
Bill Ending Forced Arbitration In Workplace Sexual Harassment Cases Passes With Bipartisan Support In Senate
The #MeToo movement has received a big win from Congress with a new bill ending forced arbitration for sexual harassment and assault cases in the workplace.
Passenger Threatened To Kill Everyone On Board, Flight Diverted To North Carolina
A passenger on a flight bound for Orlando ON Wednesday night made threats against multiple passengers and had to be restrained, causing the plane to make an emergency landing.
This Cruise Line’s Mask Mandate Lifted, CDC Guidance For Ships Updated
The CDC updated its guidance to an optional program that cruise lines can follow, though opting out does not exempt them from CDC enforcement.
CVS Concerned About Demand For COVID-19 Vaccines Fading In 2022
As the world enters the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, and with no other variants of concern on the horizon, CVS predicts that interest in vaccines will fall in 2022.
Biden Enrages Conservatives By Supporting Harm Reduction With Safe Drug Kits
Conservative voices turned a harm reduction grant aimed at mitigating the effects of drug addiction and abuse into a rallying cry against government-sanctioned drug dens.