Can Airlines Refuse to Let You Onboard Because of How You Dress? [POLL]
Even though a busy airport is likely one of the most popular places to see a lot of interesting people dressed to their full potential in self-expression, some airlines are now calling in the fashion police and refusing to let people board their planes because of how they are dressed.
Woman Forbidden from Handing Out Free Water — Is It Fair? [POLL]
While the summer heat wave continues to bear down on most of the country, Phoenix, Arizona is feeling a different kind of heat since telling a woman she could not hand out free bottles of water on the city streets.
AT&T Employees File Suit Claiming Company Places ‘Heavy Restrictions’ on Lunch Breaks
More and more employers are now encouraging lunch breaks as a means for promoting health and creativity. However, workers for AT&T in Indiana claim the only thing creative about their lunch break is the “heavy restrictions” the company is putting on them.
General Motors Recalls More Than 38,000 Chevy Impala Police Cruisers
The safety of police cruisers all across the United States and Canada are now in question, as General Motors announced that it is recalling more than 38,000 Chevrolet Impala police vehicles because of suspension issues in the front end that could lead to an a accident.
What Are the Most Frequently Stolen Luxury Cars in America?
There must be something about the new car smell that attracts thieves, as recent FBI statistics report that nearly 800,000 motor vehicles were stolen in the United States in 2009 — representing a nationwide loss of $5.2 billion.
New Study Reveals Peer Pressure Is a Better Motivator Than Making Money at Work [POLL]
Throwing money at people has always been thought of as the great American motivator, but new research suggests that while lining the pockets with cash is nice, pleasing other people is a lot better.
Will Roseanne Barr Be the Next President of the United States?
Each time we get closer to a presidential election, it seems the political landscape gets weirder and weirder. Now, thanks to comedian Roseanne Bar entering the race, the trend remains consistent.
Fast-Casual Joints Set the Standard by Creating a Better, Yummier Burger
The carnivorous world of the burger business has been using the “better is better” philosophy to help beef up their sales, and as cheesy as it might sound, consumers seem to be eating it up.
What Are the Best Cities in America for Senior Citizens?
Watching old episodes of the hit television series ‘Seinfeld’ can lead a person to believe that all senior citizens flock to Florida to live in the sultry confines of places like Del Boca Vista, but a new study suggests that might not be exactly accurate.
You Won’t Believe How Much Americans Will Give Up to Get More Time Off
One of the most supreme perils of being a great American workhorse is there is never enough paid time off — and new research suggests that not only do workers desperately want more vacation time, but they are willing to give up a whole heck of a lot in order to get their hands on it.