Bringing plants indoors can provide a number of benefits, but cleaner air isn't one of them, say experts. It’s a myth you almost wish hadn’t been busted. Houseplants, though charming, do little to purify
Research Suggests Companies Are Wrong About the 8-Hour Workday. Here's How to Prepare for Flexible Schedules
Why, when and how long we work could change everything. Microsoft Japan announced the results of its four-day workweek experiment--where 2,300 employees got to take every Friday off. The result? A 40 increase
In the United States in 2019, it often seems there is little that can be agreed upon. But from the borderlands of Texas, up through the Plains and Midwest and over the Appalachians to the East Coast, was
Stone, 67, could face prison time if convicted in the trial. Roger Stone, the longtime confidant of President Donald Trump, will not testify in his criminal trial in Washington, his defense attorney Robert
The manifesto indicts the “Remain in Mexico” program from the inside in sweeping and scalding terms, describing it as illegal under U.S. law, a violation of the United States’ international human rights
As the House impeachment inquiry goes public, one central figure who will not be heard from is Rudy Giuliani. His name appears more than 500 times in transcripts of closed-door testimony made public. the
The recent efforts of the Disney/Lucasfilm behemoth to free the Star Wars universe from the shackles of its own story have met with mixed results, to put it mildly. Standalone films Rogue One and Solo
A Scottish government spokesman said that the settlement — first reported by the Scotsman newspaper — removed the need for an independent auditor to determine expenses to be paid by the Trump Organization.
WASHINGTON — President Trump on Tuesday said the United States was “close” to an interim deal with China and that an agreement “could happen soon,” even as he renewed his threat of additional tariffs.
A federal court in Boston has ruled that the government is not allowed to search travelers’ phones or other electronic devices at the U.S. border without first having reasonable suspicion of a crime. a
(CNN) — This week is arguably the most important to date in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. It's the first time there will be public testimony, which comes at a time when the American
Lawmakers have shifted their positions on preserving the integrity of American democracy a lot in 20 years. Later this week, when House Democrats launch the public phase of the impeachment inquiry of Trump,