For as long as I can remember, I was always told that for every year we humans age, it was like seven years for our furry companions. However, it may be that this ration isn’t necessarily correct. A new study,
Blythe Brown, the ex-wife of "Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown has brought him to court this week, alleging that he led a double life during their marriage.
She stated that the writer cheated on her with a Dutch horse
In recent weeks, we have seen announcements by such brands as Eskimo Pies, Uncle Ben’s, and Aunt Jemima, that their names will be changed due to presenting negative connotations. Now, within recent days, other brands have jumped on the bandwagon,
CVS, the largest drugstore chain nationwide, is adding men's cosmetics line from Stryx to 2,000 of its stores.
The move aims to give more legitimacy and credibility to the growing trend for men's makeup, a niche market already popular across high-end
The next time you are in the mood for a Big Mac and decide to stop off at your local McDonalds, you might notice some significant changes from the burger joint of old.
In the ongoing effects of the recent nationwide
With the lockdowns and stay at home orders lifting more and more every day, residents of the US are learning a "new normal" when it comes to those things in life that we took pretty much for granted just a
This past week, President Trump announced, under the new guidelines set down by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), that houses of worship are to now be classified as "essential." This means that after being closed during the lockdowns related
Iowa State Professor Called To Task For Class Syllabus—Are Universities Still Institutions For Learning?
A professor at Iowa State University has found herself in hot water for releasing a syllabus to her students that warned of disciplinary actions if students chose to undertake any projects that spoke out against Black Live Matter or abortion.
As college students begin to return to campuses across the nation for the fall semester, concerns are heightened as to the still current coronavirus pandemic. Those concerns were even more evident at the University of Connecticut this week.
Several students at