It's one of the oldest debates when it comes down to choosing a college major. Well, perhaps this chart can help you decide: An infographic by H&R Block shows how much clout your college major carries in the workforce....
A national atheist group claims a Missouri principal’s commencement speech that touched on God and prayer late last month was an “underhanded and dishonorable” way to address students at the high school, FoxNews.com has learned.
What's the thing that lingers on your heart -- that you just can't stop daydreaming about? Do the thing you would do if you could do anything. It's called your passion. And it's what you should be doing....
Christian, 15, did not commit the crime against this woman, but what he does to repay the debt will touch your heart as you see two different generations coming together with love and respect for the other. God bless them both!
Days after Athena Orchard, 13, died of bone cancer, her family discovered a message on the back of her mirror. (Credit: Caters News Agency) Days after 13-year-old Athena Orchard died from cancer, her family discovered a hidden message on the back of her mirror. “Happiness depends on ourselves,” she wrote. “Maybe it’s not about the happy ending. Maybe it’s about the story.” Athena was diagnosed with osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer, after discovering a tiny lump on her head in December, according to a Caters News Agency. She collapsed at home around Christmas, and doctors found the cancer in…
The days of drab, ordinary toothpicks may be numbered. Montreal-based company PhoodStation brings us Castor, a line of “gourmet” toothpicks that feature two different flavors on a single stick. If a Kickstarter campaign to bring the picks to market is successful—which is looking likely, since PhoodStation has already raised about 40 percent of its total goal—toothpick flavors like habanero-honey, bacon-maple, dill-pickle-mustard, raspberry-wasabi, and sake-blueberry could become a reality. Photo credit: PhoodStation "The toothpick is one of the oldest human tools—it has been around forever but has never really been revamped," says PhoodStation president David Desjardins in the Kickstarter video above.
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