March Madness is here, and the sight of pens filling out NCAA tournament brackets can be seen in offices throughout the country.
The celebrity gossip industry is thriving like never before. Camera phones, web sites like TMZ.com and social networking platforms such as Twitter have turned
Dogs are often called man’s best friend, but occasionally that friend can turn into your worst enemy. Dog bites occur dozens of times a day in every state in
Many U.S. employers require drug testing as part of their hiring process. Some companies even administer periodic random drug tests to their existing
Virtually everyone takes medications at some point in his or her life. Most of us rely on drugs, whether prescription or over-the-counter, to help us with
The sexual abuse case involving former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky continues to dominate headlines. Sandusky is accused of having sex
Sexual harassment has been a problem in America’s workplaces for decades, but the accusations against Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain have put
With the national jobless rate hovering around nine percent, small businesses all over America are having a tough time coming to grips with unemployment
With the new school year in full swing, students all over America are once again in the process of learning. Unfortunately, some students will learn how it
It was the split heard ‘round the world: Jennifer Lopez and husband Marc Anthony recently announced they’re getting a divorce after seven years of marriage.
After spending four years in an Italian prison for murdering her roommate, American college student Amanda Knox was set free this week when an Italian court
Cell phones are everywhere these days. That includes people using their phones in their cars and trucks, which can lead to distracted driving. This presents a
With housing prices down to 2003 levels, that’s bad news for mortgage holders who are “underwater,” or owe more on their mortgages than their homes are worth. A recent study by