Daycare Workers Cause Furor After Being Accused of Starting Toddler Fight Club [VIDEO]
Three bored Delaware daycare workers found a really inadvisable way to spice up their jobs: they started their own toddler fight club in which they made their charges do battle with each other, and then captured the whole thing on tape.
Restaurant Offers Discount to Customers Who Hand Over Their Cell Phones
In the past few years, it’s become increasingly common to see cellphones on restaurant tables alongside the standard napkin and silverware. But one Los Angeles eatery wants to change all that — and playing along will save you money.
This Spells ‘Trouble’ — Scrabble Player Punted from National Tournament After Cheating
In just about any game, there’s a way to cheat — and consequences if you get caught. That’s something a young Scrabble player learned this week when he was kicked out of the game’s national tournament after a competitor noticed him doing something untoward.
Have Another! Researchers Say Booze Helps Creativity at Work
For time eternal, musicians, writers and artists have had a special relationship with booze. Alcoholism does have a genetic component, but new research indicates something else may be responsible for the drunken antics of your favorite rock stars: knocking back a few makes people more creative.
July Sizzled As the Hottest Month in History
July is always hot, but if it seems like last month was even more uncomfortable than usual, you’re right. In fact, it’s now in the record books as the warmest month in history.
Fake Groupon Emails Contain Hidden Viruses — Dollars and Sense
Even the best writers sometimes misspell things, but if you’ve recently gotten an awkwardly worded, typo-laden email that appears to be from daily deal site Groupon, you can rest assured that you didn’t just catch the editors on a bad day. That spelling-challenged missive is the work of scammers.
Could Your Stressful Job Be Aging You?
If you feel older than your years, maybe your job is to blame. New research proves stress at work could actually make your cells age at an accelerated rate.
Pregnant Survivor of Colorado Shooting Miscarries Days After Her Young Daughter Dies [VIDEO]
Ashley Moser, who was seriously wounded in the Colorado theater shooting two weeks ago, not only faces the physical pain of recovery, but a pair of devastating emotional losses as well — her six-year-old daughter was killed in the tragedy, and Moser also suffered a miscarriage as a result of her injuries.
Could Texting Make Kids’ Grammar Worse?
We already know texting while driving is bad, but new research seems to indicate that even before kids are old enough to get behind the wheel, texting might have another downfall: it’s making their grammar worse.
Your Company May Soon Stop Offering Medical Insurance — Dollars and Sense
Thanks to soaring health care costs, a new study finds that nearly 10 percent of American companies will stop providing medical insurance to their workers within the next few years.
How Many Pregnancies Are Actually Planned? The Answer May Surprise You
Some women have to undergo fertility treatments to get pregnant, but according to a new study by the CDC, about a third of the babies born in the past 30 years weren’t planned — and it should come as no surprise that more than half of those pregnancies are tied to a lack of contraception use.
Victim of Colorado ‘Dark Knight Rises’ Shooting Leaves Behind Eerie Blog About Avoiding Mall Shooting
Details about the victims of the mass shooting in a Colorado movie theater have been scant thus far, but the name of one woman killed in the attack has now been made public — and the details of the days leading up to her death are downright eerie.