Here Are The Top 10 Part-Time Jobs For 2015

by The Huffington Post // March 3, 2015 // Updated 05:00 GMT // 0 Comments

As the country has slowly recovered from the Great Recession in recent years, many workers have been forced to take on part-time or temporary work, as full-time options are often more limited. But choosing a part-time job should not mean that workers have to sacrifice their happiness or well-being.Garry Gay via Getty Images Job database […]

Calista Flockhart Joins CBS ‘Supergirl’ Series As Cat Grant

by The Huffington Post // February 23, 2015 // Updated 21:00 GMT // 0 Comments

Ally McBeal is joining the superhero universe. Calista Flockhart, best known for “Ally McBeal,” is the most recent actress to join CBS’s drama “Supegirl.” Flockhart will play Cat Grant, a former journalist turned “self-made media magnate” and founder of her own global powerhouse company CatCo. The character was previously described as “J.Lo by way of […]

Is cheap oil killing the planet?

by CNN // February 19, 2015 // Updated 17:11 GMT // 0 Comments

Glada Lahn is Senior Research Fellow in the Energy, Environment & Resources Department at Chatham House in London. She focuses on energy and water governance and investment issues and economic sustainability in oil exporting countries. The opinions expressed in this commentary are her own. The halving of world oil prices since June 2014 has generally […]

Bubonic Plague in the Subway System? Don’t Worry About It

by The New York Times // February 7, 2015 // Updated 03:19 GMT // 0 Comments

No human being has caught it in New York City for at least a century, but still, there it was, researchers said, in places touched by hundreds, maybe thousands, of people every day. In October, riders were not deterred after reports that an Ebola-infected man had ridden the subway just before he fell ill. (Robert […]

How Institutional Neglect Affects Kids’ Brains

by The Huffington Post // January 27, 2015 // Updated 21:21 GMT // 0 Comments

BY KATHRYN DOYLE Mon Jan 26, 2015 3:28pm EST (Reuters Health) – Kids who were raised in a Romanian institution for abandoned children have smaller heads, smaller brains, and different white matter structure than similar kids who were moved into high-quality foster care at an early age.Normal Cat Scan image of a child cranium | […]