Former Miss America slams pageant

(NEW YORK) -- A former Miss America is speaking out days after the reigning titleholder, Cara Mund, reportedly released a letter slamming the pageant's current leadership, including chairperson Gretch... Read More

New York University offers free tuition to all medical students

(NEW YORK) -- New York University medical students received life-changing news on Thursday -- the School of Medicine will cover full tuition going forward for all current and future students, regardless of need or merit.

The stunning annou... Read More

Consumer Reports finds 'concerning' levels of heavy metals in some baby foods

(NEW YORK) -- A new report published Thursday by Consumer Reports found "concerning levels" of heavy metals including arsenic, cadmium and lead in some popular baby food products on the market.

Consumer Reports says that they tested sample... Read More

Reservations required: London McDonald's goes luxe for a day

(LONDON) -- Now that's what you call a happy meal.

Imagine walking into a McDonald's fast food restaurant to find white tablecloths, a string quartet playing, a smartly-dressed maître d' to see you to your table, and a Michelin Star ... Read More

Trump's tariffs make lumber more expensive as California recovers from wildfires

(WASHINGTON) -- As hundreds of families begin rebuilding after their homes were destroyed or damaged by the wildfires in California the Trump administration's trade policies could increase the price tag for building new homes.

More than 1,... Read More

Learn the best tips to negotiate more vacation days at work

(NEW YORK) -- It's August, and if you feel like you’re stuck at the office while everyone else is on vacation, you’re actually not alone.

American employees forfeited 212 million paid vacation days in 2017, the equivalent of mo... Read More

Facebook facelift: How to clean up your social profile to help you get a job

(NEW YORK) -- When a boom in business put Troy Roberson in need of many more employees for his fishing guide service in North Carolina, he turned to Facebook to cast his net wide for potential recruits. In only a few weeks, Roberson hired 15 new bran... Read More

New York research company discusses different means to gathering data

(NEW YORK) -- Nonfiction Research is a young research-based company from New York looking to approach research for businesses differently.

"We're basically an independent rese... Read More

US government buying $50 million of milk from dairy farmers

(WASHINGTON) -- The U.S. Department of Agriculture said it's buying 11 to 13 million gallons of milk from dairy farmers for $50 million and planning to send it to local food banks.

It's the first time the USDA program that buys surplus pro... Read More

Southwest Airlines announces new rules for emotional support animals

(NEW YORK) -- Southwest Airlines announced Tuesday that it will soon enforce new restrictions on customers traveling with emotional support animals.

Beginning September 17, only one dog or cat, either in a carrier or on a leash, will be al... Read More

Vienna named world’s most livable city

(NEW YORK) -- Move over, Melbourne -- the world has a new most livable city.

Vienna now tops the Economist Intelligence Unit's Read More