Daily Archives: April 26, 2010

Does eating chocolate to relieve depression make it worse?

A recent study documented a chocolate/depression link. Does this mean eating chocolate causes depression? Does it mean anything at all?
Chocolate

Oil spill in Gulf of Mexico: 1,800 square miles and spreading

An oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana is growing and could reach landfall in Gulf states by Tuesday. READ MORE...

Arizona immigration law slammed by Napolitano, others

The Arizona immigration law is finding few fans, condemned by Janet Napolitano and the Mexican President. Is the bill worth it? READ MORE...
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano

Payday Loans and How You Can Protect Your Personal Information From Identity Theft

Encryption of your data is just the basic level of protection you need to look for. You can also check to see if the page has HTTPS in the address bar when on application page.
Encryption of your data is just the basic level of protection you need to look for. You can also check to see if the page has HTTPS in the address bar when on application page.

Wal-Mart class action could cost retail giant billions

Wal-Mart faces a class action for billions of dollars over sexual discrimination against female employees. Low, low prices? Not this time…
Wal-Mart is a brand that consumers associate with low prices, but their own price for sexual discrimination could be billions of dollars, if over 1.5 million female Wal-Mart employees since 2001 have their way.

Craigslist | Legal questions about sex ads, kids and crime

Craigslist, the online classifieds site, is encountering yet another set of legal challenges. How is the company planning to defend itself?
Cragislist corporate offices

Williams syndrome: On being hypersocial and racially blind

Williams syndrome is a genetic condition that causes children to show no racial biases, but they struggle at detecting social danger signals…
Young children of various races, singing together in a classroom. Children with Williams syndrome don't show racial biases, according to studies.

How People Are Taking Advantage of Installment Loans To Cover Budget Shocks Today

Budget shocks are something very common these days. Many middle class Americans have started using installment lending products to get through tough times.
Budget shocks are something very common these days. Many middle class Americans have started using installment lending products to get through tough times.

Kelley Blue Book iPhone app shows used car trade-in value

Kelley Blue Book has added a free iPhone app to its resources for pricing used cars and trade-in value for auto financing. READ MORE...
A white Chevy Camaro IROC-Z28, probably 1985/86 model year