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Stay-at-Home Mothers: Shifting Trends for Women at Home

Stay-at-Home Mothers: Shifting Trends for Women at Home

In 1999, the percentage of women who were stay-at-home mothers had reached an all time low of 23 percent. Fast forward almost a decade-and-a-half later and that trend is beginning to reverse itself. The Pew Research Center, a fact tank that focusses reporting information on issues and trends that are shaping the U.S and the […]

Kyoto Organization Teaches Sustainable Development Worldwide [Video]

Kyoto Organization Teaches Sustainable Development Worldwide [Video]

In recent years, much attention has been focused on efforts by corporations towards Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR), with programs such as philanthropy, scholarships, volunteer efforts, and community relations. Non Profit Organizations (aka Non Government Organizations), or NPO’s, have been doing groundbreaking work in this area for over 100 years. Reborn Kyoto, an NPO in Japan, […]

Oil And Gas Companies: Dracula’s Twin Brother

Oil And Gas Companies: Dracula’s Twin Brother

The vampires are coming! The vampires are coming! And they are in the form of the oil and gas companies, Dracula’s twin brother, waiting to suck us dry of our hard earned money like Dracula to blood, by raising the price of a gallon of gas just so they can live like “fat cats” while […]

Unemployed and Misrepresented

Unemployed and Misrepresented

Unemployed Americans are grossly misrepresented and thus are at the center of political debate. Millions of Americans will be cut off from their unemployment insurance benefits this summer with no continuum means of financial support. The national unemployment rate is currently 6.7 percent; however the long-term unemployment rate (27 weeks and longer) is over 30 percent. […]

Reverse Mortgage Holders May Leave Family to Inherit Debt

Reverse Mortgage Holders May Leave Family to Inherit Debt

Reverse mortgages are loans that are intended to help elderly people stay in their homes. But when the borrower dies the loan becomes due, and the family members of the reverse mortgage holder may inherit nothing but debt. Under the terms of a reverse mortgage, a property owner gets access to the equity they have […]

South Korea Proposes Aid for Arms in North Korea

South Korea Proposes Aid for Arms in North Korea

President Park Geun-hye of South Korea met this week in The Hague at a landmark meeting hosted by U.S. President Barack Obama. The meeting included Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and brought together world leaders to discuss denuclearizing North Korea and reunifying the North and the South. As an outcome of the meeting, President Park […]

Gold Standard Act: March 14, 1900

Gold Standard Act: March 14, 1900

On March 14, 1900 the United States congress passed an act that standardized the value that allowed to brought parity among all forms of currency issued by United States. A long-standing debate about values of gold and paper notes among other things were settled with President. McKinley signing the act that is famously known as the Gold […]

Debt Crisis Is Slowly Resolved

Debt Crisis Is Slowly Resolved

In an economy where money truly matters, millions have found themselves in debt crisis while enduring the effects of an alleged recession. A report by Linda Federico-O’Murchu on NBC News describes a story in which one person took the financial challenge and climbed out of her family’s debt crisis, slowly but surely resolving the great […]

‘Fracking’ Mistakes Lead to ‘Fracking’ Confusion

‘Fracking’ Mistakes Lead to ‘Fracking’ Confusion

Since 2005, when the shale gas revolution began, there has been a back-and-forth battle on whether or not people should be hydraulic fracturing (or ‘fracking’) for shale gas underneath U.S. soil. The debate over where, how, and how much shale the nation should start producing in our attempt to become one of the world’s leading […]

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  • NBA Playoffs Toronto Raptors Pull Even With Brooklyn Nets After Game Two April 23, 2014
    The Toronto Raptors came into their game two Tuesday night tilt with the Brooklyn Nets hoping to pull even in their NBA playoff series. The Raptors overcame another slow start in game two to take a 45-39 lead heading into the half. Despite committing eleven turnovers in the first half, the Raptors were able to […]
    Eric Kummel
  • ‘Friends’ Reunion Not Happening Says Courteney Cox [Video] April 23, 2014
    If anyone out there was holding on to a thread of hope that there just might be some sort of Friends reunion in the works, Courteney Cox has made it clear that it will not be happening. At least, not anytime soon. Cox appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman on Monday evening, most likely […]
    Josh Taub
  • Men Can Stop Trying to Sound Sexy April 23, 2014
    Men can stop trying to sound sexy because, according to a new study, it just does not work. While women are capable of adjusting their voices to sound sexy, a new study found that men are unable to do the same. Society has come up with a stereotype of what sexy sounds like, and apparently […]
    Ashley Campbell
  • Startup Companies Are Sprouting Quickly and Empowering Hundreds April 23, 2014
    The inventors of today’s world have unleashed more resources and equipment of a technological kind than any previous decade or generation, and that blessing is only widening exponentially as startup companies are empowering hundreds as they sprout up in many areas. There are more entrepreneurs, technology developers, social media experts, and business gurus
    Brad Johnson
  • Keyshawn Johnson Arrested After Fight With Ex-Girlfriend April 23, 2014
    Former NFL star Keyshawn Johnson was arrested and jailed after a fight with his ex-girlfriend that reportedly resulted in a gash to the woman’s hand. The Los Angeles County Sherriff’s deputies arrested and charged the ESPN analyst with misdemeanor spousal battery early Monday, after responding to a call at his home in Calabasas, California, according […]
    Rick Sarlat

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