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After US pops 1st balloon, China admits the 2nd one floating over Latin America is also theirs and gave the same excuse that it was just lost
China's Foreign Ministry said the craft was a lost civilian balloon, the same explanation it gave for a suspected spy balloon that drifted over the US.
Some New York City migrants are abandoning New York to escape to Canada where they believe they may have a better chance. The New York Post reports that migrants who are fed up with crimes, drugs, and living in New York shelters are abandoning the city and heading towards Canada.
If You’re Still MAGA, You’re Everything People Say You Are, How About Just Making America Great? (Opinion)
People who wave the Confederate flag may say it’s about heritage, not hate. They may have convinced themselves that’s the only way it should be interpreted. But in their hearts, they know how it’s being received no matter what they say they mean. When people say you’re purveyors of hate, that’s what you are and what you meant to do.
Fragile masculinity at work: 4 experts break down why men may ‘lie, cheat and steal’ if they feel their manliness is threatened in the workplace and how to fix it
Men are already reframing what healthy masculinity looks like in the workplace. Men who believe they are viewed as less manly than their peers—or feel that their masculinity is compromised—are more likely to mistreat their coworkers, lie for personal gain or steal from their employers in order to make themselves feel better, according to new research published in the Harvard Business Review.
Women Say "Even If You Dislike Your Job, Do Not Quit" 'Except Boomers' As Many Allege America Is In A Recession
Employed people have it hard. Dozens of reasons exist for you to quit your job. But women caution that it is not the best choice in 2023. Here is why they suggest you tough it out a lot longer.
Subway is adding another “S” to its process of slinging scintillating submarine sandwiches: in-store slicing. The distinctively smelling chain will now slice its sandwich meat in-store, and its meat will be batch-sliced in restaurants daily — a first for the company. The company first told Restaurant Business Online in August 2022 about its plan to add automatic slicers in all 22,000 of its restaurants and, in the time since, has started by adding them by region.
"Just rest" can be terrible advice because, for many, this brings up an unintended consequence of feeling like they are failing as a "rester." Yet, with 27% of adults finding they are too stressed to function, we also desperately need to build recovery and rest into our lives. There are...
Some people seem to make poor life choices, a problem identified in new research as a “faulty compass.”. The four causes of a faulty compass can be traced to deficits in emotional memories. By understanding the causes of your own poor choices, you can set off on a more...
"This is not a ‘dream job.’ This is not ‘a great culture.’ This is not ‘great benefits and perks.’ This is the baseline that every single person deserves in exchange for spending half of their waking hours at work."
Biden's plan for ending the emergency declaration for COVID-19 signals a pivotal point in the pandemic – 4 questions answered
President Joe Biden’s intention to end the national COVID-19 emergency will have long-lasting ripple effects on federal programs such as Medicare, Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program.
A surprising study suggests there’s a significant difference between age-friendly jobs and age-friendly employers. There's good news and weird news when it comes to age-friendly jobs in America. The good news, according to a recent research paper, "The Rise of Age-Friendly Jobs," by three noted economists, is that between...
When Joy Woo first started in the entertainment business as an executive assistant, her family didn’t understand how the industry worked, and “it wasn’t something they were proud of, or could brag to their friends about.”. But when Woo, a 27-year-old living in Los Angeles, was laid...
There's one highly effective strategy to get the most out of Social Security, but it isn't right for everyone.
Exact dates to claim ‘free money’ from major 10 companies’ like Uber and Apple – but you have to act fast
CUSTOMERS of many high-profile companies may be eligible for free money after payouts have been announced following several legal cases. Corporations including Apple, Uber and AT&T are currently paying out settlements in the wake of class action lawsuits. Because these suits often have thousands of individual plaintiffs, the payouts are...
When a loved one engages in behavior that is scary or dangerous, it's natural to urgently want them to stop. Even if a behavior is destructive, it can still serve a purpose for an individual, leading them to feel ambivalent about stopping. Instead of accusing a loved one of being...
If you're looking for a way to trim serious money from your monthly heat bill but keep those toes warm, using an energy-efficient space heater may have crossed your mind. Space heaters won't stand in as a full replacement for central heat, but using one strategically can cut down your energy bill, especially during the colder months.
Consciously crossing thresholds of life changes can help us develop ourselves more fully. Helping clients face thresholds is a crucial aspect of our work. Reviewing how we've crossed thresholds in our own lives helps us develop skill with threshold work. A threshold is "the door sill, the point of entering,”...
Managers impact employees’ mental health more than therapists and as much as a spouse or partner. Here’s how bosses can spark change in conversations
If you’re spending thousands of dollars on talking to a professional, yet still feeling stressed after a day in the office, it might be time to turn your attention to your boss.
Happiness is a subjective experience that varies greatly from person to person. Despite its individual nature, scientists have made great strides in understanding what contributes to happiness and what holds us back from it. The connection between happiness and mental health is strong, affecting each other in significant ways. Good...
After the tumultuous years of the pandemic, workers appear to be much happier with their jobs—and much less willing to quit in times of economic uncertainty.