A Boston landlord and self-proclaimed pacifist has found herself in hot water of the legal sort after she told a military member his service presented a “conflict of interest” and suggested he find an apartment someplace else.
Americans may have fewer entertainment dollars to spend these days, but according to new attendance estimates, they seem to be spending more of them at theme parks — and the Harry Potter phenomenon has a lot to do with it.
Thanks to the boom in handheld devices like tablets and smartphones, a new survey from Cisco Systems finds that by 2016, there will be almost 19 billion business and consumer internet connections — or 2.5 such connections for every person on earth.
Pretty much everyone knows by now that the US has a real obesity problem — even aircraft manufacturers like Airbus. In response, the company is now offering airlines the option to equip its new planes with extra-wide seats.
If you’ve ever listened to a member of Congress speak and felt like you were being addressed as a child, it’s not your imagination. A new study shows congresspeople now talk at a 10th grade level — a full grade lower than they did just seven years ago.
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