So you’ve been considering getting an MBA. It seems like a foolproof plan, right? After all, the MBA is the degree that opens the doors to the world of business. Never mind the two years out of the workforce or that pesky student loan you’ll be paying off for the next 15 years. Show More Summary
9:56 PM: Sanders really is not comfortable talking about Afghanistan. 10:03 PM: For whatever reason, in my mind I keep coming back to the metaphor of a boxing match in thinking of the exchange between these two. You see this pattern where they keep looking for broad thematic disagreements, past votes, etc. Show More Summary
A couple of weeks ago, I mentioned the cleanse I had started. I've had some requests for a review, so thought I would mention it while it is fresh in my mind. It's a two week cleanse that basically omits dairy, gluten, sugar, soy, caffeine and alcohol. Show More Summary
For much of this week's episode of The X-Files, "Mulder & Scully Meet the Were-Monster," I was of two minds: This is vintage, 90's monster-of-the-week The X-Files, a fantastic Darin Morgan story with all the Darin Morgan callbacks he could...
Netflix Instant just blew my mind by adding Brian De Palma’s 1978 The Fury, pictured above, to their streaming service. Starring Kirk Douglas, John Cassavetes, Carrie Snodgress, and Charles Durning, “When two telekinetic teenagers become the target of an exploitative government baddie, one’s father becomes determined to stop him.” Whether you’re a fan of Carrie, […]
For today’s Big Idea, and for her book Blood in Her Veins, author Faith Hunter gets under the skin of her main character, and reveals why that character is often of two mind about many things. FAITH HUNTER: Big Ideas are exciting and scary and sometimes dangerous. So, of course, I dare, perhaps far too […]
A federal probe into Circuit Court Clerk Dorothy Brown's office hasn't derailed her re-election bid so far — she's well ahead of her two challengers, though many voters have yet to make up their minds, a new Chicago Tribune poll shows. The survey found 36 percent of voters supporting Brown in the...
In our minds, the Venn diagram of life and death consists of two separate circles. Maybe we think about it this way because it makes it easier to sleep at night, knowing that being alive is an absolute truth powerful enough to preclude death. Nowadays, we even separate our living spaces from the places we die. Show More Summary
Presidential hopeful Donald Trump was recently compared to Harry Potter villain Voldemort and Nazi Party leader Adolf Hitler in two different instances. During Thursday night’s GOP debate, presidential candidate Ted Cruz has revealed that FOX News anchor Megyn Kelly compared Trump with Voldemort off-camera. Show More Summary
Rob Kardashian is living the modern day Romeo and Juliet with his love Blac Chyna! LOL! Despite objections from the KUWTK krew and feuding families, there's no stopping these two lovebirds' relationship. Take that, Kardashians! An insider told People: "Rob seems really happy with Blac Chyna. He's really not thinking about what his family thinks, or how everyone [...]
Harvard Law School has had about two months to work on its newest project, Free the Law. I was of two minds. I shed tears for all the tomes in the collection were being sliced off to digitize the pages but cheered at the access that this will grant myriad customers. Yet, the access this project creates may cost more than those working on it intend.
Lieutenant Colonel Robert Risdon's good deed went viral this week when someone caught him on camera purchasing hot meals for two young boys at an Alabama Taco Bell. The boys, aged 9 and 12, were in the fast food restaurant selling homemade desserts for money. Show More Summary
With each playing to different strengths, you get two good budget choices. Now that you can put money down for an Honor 5X (at a great price, of course) it's at the top of many minds, trying to figure out if it's the right budget phone choice for them. Show More Summary
The Qube consortium bid for Asciano is structured with the two threats to its success in mind.
Sign #1: Two Glasses of Wine Make You More Insightful Ever hear of people suddenly "seeing" the solution to a problem when they're relaxing and not actively engaging their minds? For instance, you're taking a shower and you have a sudden insight into solving a problem at work. Show More Summary
Traditionally, young people aren’t especially fond of grumpy old guys, but two grumpy old guys in particular have somehow managed to capture the hearts and minds of young people everywhere: Larry David and Senator Bernie Sanders. Saturday...Show More Summary
Two things you wouldn't naturally think of pairing together? Disney princesses and sexy lingerie. But with all this talk about Valentine's Day, we let our obsession get the best of us, allowing our minds to run wild with the possibilities. Show More Summary
Two power conference veterans and a pair of longtime mid-major coaches will help decide the nation's top four teams in 2016 and beyond. The College Football Playoff added four new veteran minds to its selection committee on Thursday....Show More Summary
There's two kinds of people in this world - those who go to the gym first thing in the morning and those who haven't completely lost their minds. Let's face it: it's not easy squeezing in a sweat sesh every day, much less before your brain is even fully awake. Show More Summary
When discussing the importance of women's equality, there are two numbers to keep in mind, says James Manyika, the director of the McKinsey Global Institute: $28 trillion and $12 trillion. The first number is the amount we'd add to the...Show More Summary