A New England discount supermarket chain has provided a glimmer of hope against a bleak backdrop for American workers.
The news: West Africa's deadly Ebola epidemic has spread to another country: Senegal is now reporting its first-ever case of the hemorrhagic fever.
Put down the M&Ms: Your junk food habit isn't just making you fat — it's making you boring as well. According to a new study in Frontiers in Psychology, we lose our natural desire for different types of food when we eat unhealthily on a regular basis.
A handful of Ferguson protesters are turning to the courts to hold law enforcement accountable for their actions, so they have filed a $41.5 million lawsuit against Ferguson and St.
On Thursday, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced changes to the league's domestic violence policy in a letter to all 32 team owners.
Here's some fantastic news for your Friday: On Thursday, the California Senate unanimously approved a new bill that defines sexual consent as a firm "yes" rather than a lack of "no." This is a big win for anti-rape activists, many of whom have been touting the necessity of an "affirmative consent" standard for years.
Male entitlement is everywhere — even in those hallowed halls of Congress. You'd think a stellar resume — and the fact that she's the widely popular U.S.
It's practically impossible to Google KING, but when their new album drops, the challenge will be to escape them.
The news: NASA has completed a comprehensive review of the Space Launch System, the rocket system that could one day propel humans to Mars.
President Barack Obama came down hard on Russia but did not detail any further action against the country during a statement Thursday afternoon.
The shocking death of a firing range instructor who was overseeing a 9-year-old shooting an Uzi seems to raise a simple enough question: Why was a 9-year-old shooting an Uzi?
WE tv, home to quality programming like Marriage Boot Camp: Bridezillas and Kendra on Top, has finally found a way to distinguish itself.
The city hall building in the Spanish city of Valladolid has been wrapped around with bras — and it's pretty amazing.
Russian forces are invading Ukraine. Whether it's an act of war, though, depends on who you ask. Soldiers, tanks and artillery are crossing the border from Russia; many, apparently, are joining forces with pro-Russian separatists.
Many white people may never truly understand why incidents like the Michael Brown shooting infuriate blacks and other people of color — even when it's clear that race plays a large, looming role in how the situation snowballed to the 18-year-old's death.
Last week, Marvel invoked the ire of the Internet when it released a hypersexualized variant cover for Spider-Woman #1.
The universe is pretty freaking huge. While this concept isn't foreign to us, it can be difficult for our puny human brains to grasp.
While Republican candidates have benefitted greatly from the financial assistance of the Koch brothers and their network of mega-donors, it's unlikely you'll ever see them owning up to that on the campaign trail.
The news: Job seekers, those dreaded extra years of experience listed as a requirement for job postings should not deter you from going for that dream position.
Oh, Amy. How do we love thee? Let us count the ways. For one, she can make a feminist argument zing like a "Weekend Update" punchline, a skill she demonstrated as a recent guest on The Approval Matrix, the Sundance Network's new panel show. During her interview, Poehler was asked about modern men and the difficult challenges men face.