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No matter how maxed-out your agenda is, you can transform Google Calendar into a clutter-free space for getting stuff done.

We need to slash emissions from agriculture while at the same time feeding billions more people. It’s a difficult task, but there’s a path forward to make it work.

Congressional “antitrust” hearings included Apple, Facebook, and Google. But most of the heat was on Amazon’s sales practices.

Unlawful national origin discrimination may include discrimination because of a person's looks, customs, or language. It isn't necessary for a person to show that his or her ancestors are from a particular country or region to prove national origin discrimination. A claim can be proven if a person is discriminated against for having the characteristics for a different group. For example, a person might mistakenly be…

Although ingredients in organic teething remedies may be “benzocaine free,” some parents claim that the use of organic teething gel pods has led to injury.

The Consumer Technology Association, which organizes the annual CES, is putting in measures to improve diversity and ensure that people are fully clothed on the event floor.

Round number crosses for each of the three major U.S. equity averages over the past month helped elevate investor sentiment, but is it now stretched?

“I believe that the best way to take on abortion care is to contextualize it as the fundamental healthcare that it is.”

Facebook’s head of Calibra, David Marcus, hoped to convince D.C. lawmakers that Facebook can be trusted with financial products. They weren’t convinced.

The WUKY Gallery is an extension of WUKY 91.3FM “Where NPR Rocks” and its efforts to promote the local arts scene and artists
With the move to the New WUKY Studios (2640 Spurr Rd), we continue in our mission “to create a more informed and engaged community.”
WUKY is always looking for established or emerging artists and is now accepting submissions for future exhibits... Could our next exhibiting artist be you?
If you are interested in exhibiting or know of anyone that would…

The Department of Health and Social Care in the UK has confirmed some changes to how health professions are regulated but will hold off on reducing the number of regulatory bodies pending further research and consultation. Regulators will be allowed...

This year’s Emmy nominations have just been announced, and the nominees had many different ways of reacting to the news online.

Jordan Davis and wife Kristen announced they are expecting their first child.
"Very blessed to announce that me and my amazing wife are expecting our first child...Baby Davis will be here soon," said Jordan via Twitter.
Jordan and Kristen were married in March 2017.
Jordan, who is currently

As we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, we need to cultivate a more diverse workforce to spearhead the next moonshot, argues the CEO of DreamBox Learning. That begins in the classroom.

The beer company is going to plant 100 trees for every person who can find its secret pop-up bar in a forest (and give one winner free beer for life). But please take your cans with you when you leave.

What happens when you cross T-Mobile with a Taco Bell? NYC, L.A., and Chicago are about to find out when pop-up “T-MoBell” stores open their doors.

Jim Cantrell has been prolific in his artistic endeavors and starting July 26, the Owensboro Museum of Fine Art will present a 60-year retrospective of his works.

Companies are putting you to work for them by encouraging you to feel ownership of their products—without actually giving you any ownership.

The 2nd annual Nashville Songwriter Awards—taking place on Sept. 17 at the Ryman Auditorium—will feature star-studded performances from Reba McEntire, Sam Hunt, Dierks Bentley, Chris Janson, Lee Brice, David Lee Murphy, Michael Ray, Dean Dillon and more.
Country legend Loretta Lynn will receive t

Many companies overlook workers with autism. Here’s why they miss out when they do so and what they can do to make sure that autistic employees thrive in the workplace.

Greenville, SC (FOX Carolina) - The Greenville Police Department and the Greenville City Fire Department will be collecting toys this week for kids at the Shriners Hospital for Children.