The Self-Driving Car May Soon Be a Reality to Make Our Lives Easier
Have you ever heard someone talk about how his or her car is so luxurious that it practically drives itself? Well — today a statement like that can almost be taken quite literally.
Survey Reveals People Have Already Begun Christmas Shopping — Have You?
While it is still too hot outside for most people to get into the holiday spirit, new research suggests that more people are already trying to beat the Black Friday rush by getting a jump start on their holiday shopping.
British Airways Going to Extremes to Let Flight Attendants Find Your Personal Information — Is It Fair?
How would you feel if you found out that an airline was using the Internet to track down photographs and personal information about you before you even boarded the flight? Surprise — it’s happening.
FDA Announces First Ever at Home HIV Test
In the never-ending war against the spread of the HIV virus that can lead to AIDS, the Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that it has approved the first-ever a self-administered HIV testing kit that produces results without the use of a laboratory.
Best Buy Announces Plans to Lay Off 650 Geek Squad Employees — Dollars and Sense
It looks like the Geek Squad has come across a problem it can’t solve.
What Is the Best City in the World?
If you are currently living in Anytown, America and think that you are living in the best city in the world — you are dead wrong.
Medical Breakthrough Can Keep People Alive Even After They’ve Stopped Breathing
Modern medicine has been known to perform the impossible, including resuscitate people on the edge of death. Now doctors will be able to wow us even more since they’ll soon have the ability to keep people alive even if they’ve stopped breathing.
Tennessee’s ‘No Holding Hands’ Bill Becomes the Strictest Sex Ed Law in the US
In the wake of some recent controversial sexual education demonstrations in the classroom, one that actually involved a sex toy, the state of Tennessee has now passed the strictest pro-abstinence sex education law in the nation.
Is There a Correlation to Believing in Hell and High Crime Rates?
It is a common belief that those who are religious live seemingly pure lives full of joyous content. However, a new study suggests that it may actually be a belief in hell and supernatural punishment that motivates people to do good rather than faith in forgiveness and happily heaven after.
What Cities Are People Most Likely to Have Their Cars Stolen?
Your vehicle might be a little bit safer this year against auto theft than it has been in the past, but according to a new report, you might just want to hang on to that security system and full coverage insurance for awhile.