Lindsay Lohan Now a Suspect in Yet Another Burglary
Another day, another jewelry heist, another nail in the coffin of what was once Lindsay Lohan’s promising career. Last week, LiLo was partying at the home of her wealthy friend Sam Magid, and while she was there, about $100,000 worth of jewelry, watches and designer sunglasses went missing. Coincidence?
Can Being Healthy Help You Do Your Job Better?
It’s pretty well known that smoking, a poor diet and a lack of exercise can all have a negative impact on your health — but did you know they can affect your work performance, too?
FBI Says Wade Michael Page, Shooter in Sikh Temple Killings, Took His Own Life
Wade Michael Page, the shooter in Sunday’s massacre at a Wisconsin Sikh temple, was originally thought to have been gunned down by police — but new evidence is emerging that indicates he, like many other spree killers before him, actually took his own life.
Moms Who Try to ‘Have It All’ Could Be More Depressed
Moms who make their kids the center of their worlds to the detriment of everything else may think they’re better parents, but a new study finds they may be setting themselves up for a major bout of depression.
eBay Rolls Out Same-Day Delivery Service
If there’s one downside to internet shopping, it’s that you don’t get the immediate gratification of having an item in your hands the moment you buy it. But if eBay has its way, you could at least get some of your shiny new purchases within a few hours.
Pentagon to Employees: Stop Using Our Computers for Smut
Looks like some of the Pentagon’s Missile Defense Agency employees will need to find another way to while away their downtime (do they really have that?) — officials have put the kibosh on using government computers to check out porn.
Expecting a Raise Next Year? Here’s How Much You’ll Get — Dollars and Sense
For the past couple years, many American workers have been putting in longer hours to help cover the productivity gap left by the massive layoffs that took place after the recession hit. Now maybe they’ll be seeing some rewards for all that hard work — a new survey shows a lot of companies will be handing out bigger raises in 2013 than they have in recent years.
Do Military Veterans Have More Health Problems Than Civilians?
A new report from the CDC finds that men who’ve served in the military carry a heavier health burden than civilians — in fact, veterans are significantly more likely to have two or more chronic conditions like diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure.
US Gymnast Gabby Douglas Makes History Winning Olympic Gold in Women’s All-Around
US Olympic gymnast Gabby Douglas won perhaps the most coveted title in her sport when she took the gold medal in the women’s all-around competition on Thursday in London, becoming the first African-American female gymnast to ever win individual Olympic gold.
Baby Boomers Like the Savings but Hate the Phrase ‘Senior Discount’ — Dollars and Sense
With age comes wisdom — and eventually, senior discounts. But while the older set likes those cost-saving perks, they’d rather call them something else.
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.
Survey Reveals Hotel Guests Turned Off by Poor Service and WiFi Fees — Dollars and Sense
In the wake of the economic downturn, some hotels have cut corners to save money — and their customers have noticed. According to a new survey, satisfaction with hotel services is now at a six-year low.