A new US survey finds that on Valentine's Day, most men plan to shell out an average of $84.39 to romance their significant others. Women will spend an average of $48.13. That said, not many people get what they want when it comes to gifts.
It's probably not something you think about a lot, but we all leave pieces of ourselves everywhere we go. Flakes of skin here, a renegade hair there, the occasional loogie, they all leave some of your DNA behind.
Celebrating birthdays at school just got a little less fun for kids in Australia. New guidelines issued Tuesday say that children can no longer blow out the candles on cakes at school because doing so spreads too many germs.
According to Reuters, an employee of Nationale Suisse called out sick from work, claiming that "she could not work in front of a computer as she needed to lie in the dark." When she was discovered to be surfing Facebook from home, she was terminated. The woman maintained that she had used her iPhone to check her Facebook page from bed; however, Nationale Suisse issued a statement saying explaining that the incident "had destroyed its trust in the employee.
New studies on how dogs process information could lead to more clues about their personalities. CBS News' Rebecca Jarvis talks to the author of "The Genius of Dogs, " a book that shows dogs may be smarter than we think.
An OB-GYN in St. Louis is under fire after posting a Facebook status about one of her patients. According to KMOV, Amy Dunbar, a physician at Mercy Hospital, was so frustrated with an expecting mother's lateness that she ranted about it online.
CHICAGO, Feb. 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Frozen car keys, a functionally fashionable cement duck, and coin-operated newspaper machines top this year's list of most outrageous excuses for arriving to work ...