1:45 pm, July 25th | by Grace Rasmus
Ladies and literature aficionados, rejoice! In some non-#RoyalBaby British news, the Bank of England announced today that it will issue 10-pound notes featuring the image of Jane Austen starting in 2017.
12:30 pm, July 23rd | by Colette McIntyre
Finally there is some good news for our poor uteri: a federal judge temporarily blocked North Dakota’s new anti-abortion law — the nation’s most restrictive.
11:15 am, July 19th | by Cheri Young
When the economy took a turn for the worst, consumers cut back on those extra expenses and became determined to save on daily expenses such as grocery shopping and gas. Take a look at how the economy has influenced consumer behavior and how businesses have suffered.
1:45 pm, July 15th | by Grace Rasmus
The economy is sort-of looking up these days, with 195,000 new jobs created in June and the unemployment rate staying pretty much stagnant. However, the numbers aren’t that impressive when you take into consideration the number of part-time jobs being added versus full-time jobs.
1:45 pm, July 11th | by Colette McIntyre
According to the Bureau’s Job Openings and Labor Turnover survey released Tuesday, job seekers are facing some of the worst odds in more than a decade.
3:25 pm, July 9th | by Colette McIntyre
The Church of England has renewed its attempts to introduce female bishops even though similar legislation was defeated last year.
1:45 pm, July 1st | by Grace Rasmus
A New York Times exposé reveals the decline of regular paychecks and its adverse impact on many low-income workers.
12:30 pm, June 27th | by Grace Rasmus
The tribunal ruled that Group Captain Wendy Williams “was not selected” for a promotion “because of her sex.”
4:20 pm, June 25th | by Colette McIntyre
25-year-old Rebecca Mabrey was turned away from her final exam at Florida State College for bringing her 10-month-old daughter with her.
5:00 pm, June 24th | by Grace Rasmus
The Supreme Court totally screwed over working women and minorities today.