A new study finds that gazing at your own profile boosts self-esteem, but makes you mentally lazy
Users can upload photos to name and shame substandard commodes or even single out favorite restrooms for special merit.
Celebrity life may not be all that it’s cracked up to be. Aside from the glitz and glamor that comes with the spotlight, a new study finds that actors, musicians and sports stars may live shorter lives, reports
Sadly, it’s not made of tiny, interlocking bricks.
Nope, that’s not an April Fools joke. Alum Susan Patton has come under fire for her op-ed in the ‘Daily Princetonian’, which urged undergraduate women to find their future husbands before graduation.
Extravagant display of wealth or good planning?
While some would think a watch or shoes may indicate a man’s social standing, 61% of men say their phone is the first thing people notice about them, according to a new study
Nine months after Hurricane Sandy battered the northeast, maternity wards could be bracing for a flood of a different sort.
A new survey carried out by Gallup Politics has found that the District of Columbia and the state of Hawaii have the largest number of adults who identify as LGBT
The Internet, predictably, voted to drop replaced the iron game piece in Monopoly with a cat. Which got us thinking.
A family traveling from Canada to the Caribbean forced a pilot to make an emergency landing last Friday night after allegedly refusing to cooperate with flight attendants who accused them of smoking on board.
A 1954 Corvette Roadster bricked away like the victim in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” and sprung decades later bid up to $100,000 but ultimately failed to sell at auction last weekend.