Social Security Is Changing Soon. Here's What You Need to Know
New rules are set to into effective on April, so it may be a good idea to consider your Social Security strategy now.
What Startups Can Learn From The Art Market
As legendary art dealer Durand-Ruel showed, generating volatility can foster creativity.
Air Conditioning Energy Saving Tips
Keeping your home or office cool during the hot months of the year can go a long way toward having happier and healthier occupants. But it can also be a huge expense, both to your pocketbook and to…
10 Best Cities for Seniors Ranked
The SeniorScore calculated by one site takes into account more than 100 variables across major categories, such as health and safety, to pinpoint the best places to live in your golden years.
Counsel for discipline dismisses Chambers' grievance against resigned Supreme Court Justice Kelch
The Nebraska Supreme Court's counsel for discipline has concluded he lacks jurisdiction to investigate a grievance filed by state Sen. Ernie Chambers against former Justice Max Kelch, who resigned earlier
How to Choose The Best Mattress For Your Body
Orthopedic mattress, innerspring, memory foam, firm or soft: Who knew that choosing a new mattress could be so daunting? Check out our handy guide.
Muscle Cramps: Inevitable or Preventable?
If you experience painful, involuntary contractions of your muscles, you’re having a muscle cramp. They can occur in any muscle but are most common in the legs, feet, and muscles that cross two joints, such as your calf muscle (the gastrocnemius, which crosses your knee and your ankle joints), quadr
In Victory for Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Court Finds That Approval of Dakota Access Pipeline...
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe won a significant victory today in its fight to protect the Tribe’s drinking water and ancestral lands from the Dakota Access pipeline. A federal judge ruled that the federal permits authorizing the pipeline to cross the Missouri River just upstream of the Standing Rock reservation, which were hastily issued by the Trump administration just days after the inauguration, violated the law in certain critical respects.
A patient is angry with her emergency care bill. But here's what she really got.
Most of all, the patient and her husband received peace of mind for her $500. That's priceless.
This Is What You Should Think Right Before You Hit
A sports psychologist weighs in on how to get your mind in the right space to hit a good shot.