President Obama allows old health plans for one more year: President Barack Obama announced today that insurance companies will be allowed to extend for one year the health plans for those consumers who received cancellation notices about their policies.
The Environmental Protection Agency could announce as early as this week how much ethanol must be blended into gasoline and diesel fuel in 2014. A draft of the proposal, leaked in October, points to a reduction of the so-called ethanol mandate by the EPA to 2012 levels, to 15.21 billion gallons.
Does an 'all natural' label make you more likely to buy a product? Many consumers think a 'natural' or 'all natural' label means those products are less processed but that's not always true. Unlike the "organic" designation, there are no federal guidelines for which food products can be labeled as natural.
Snapchat, a popular photo messaging app, recently turned down a $3 billion offer from Facebook to buy the company. The application lets users take and send pictures to friends that expire within 10 seconds or less.
A new Gallup poll reveals that Americans still prefer a male boss. Thirty-five percent of respondents preferred a male boss, while only 23% preferred a female boss. The poll survey over two thousand adults.
American political history is filled with famous brothers. The Kennedys. The Bushes. The Kochs. In “The Brothers,” author and veteran New York Times reporter Stephen Kinzer casts the spotlight on John Foster Dulles and Allen Dulles, the secretary of state and the director of the Central Intelligence Agency, respectively, under the Eisenhower Administration.