Brookings researchers find the gap persists even among populations that follow the “success sequence”
Check out the latest big tech move to be more generous with leave for new parents and caregivers.
Taking your own lunch to work or school can save a lot of cash. Here are three tips for making the process easy.
New research presented at the American Psychological Association’s annual convention shows that sexting is everywhere — and that it has significant benefits for couples.
You might think a CEO faces much less day-to-day danger than a firefighter or police officer, but security costs seem to suggest otherwise.
A growing number of patients can choose to consult with a physician 24 hours a day — without leaving home. Find out more.
The average parent drops more than $600 on their kids’ back-to-school needs, but you don’t have to.
It is possible to save money (and agitation) on a new ride without ever speaking to a car dealer yourself. Here’s how it works.
In a new poll, this former first lady topped a list of remarkable women, including a leader in the fight to end slavery, a pioneering pilot and a U.S. Supreme Court justice.
If you’re looking for shortcuts to booking trains, planes, hotels and more, here are nine apps that are worth checking out — and some duds you might want to avoid.
Where are the opportunities as the economy builds steam? Hint: It’s not the energy sector.
Thinking about jumping ship for a new job opportunity? Here are three reasons why that may be a good idea — and a few potential drawbacks of such a strategy.
Your job could increase the risk for breast cancer by up to fivefold. Find out which professions pose the greatest risk.
Men — especially young males — are more likely to drive drunk than women. And the numbers are not even close.
Short-lived companies have become the rule in many industries. What is going on?
Getting the nutrients you need does not mean paying more — not even when it comes to buying vitamins — but it does mean paying attention.
Why there are fewer and fewer homes within reach of young families and people with average incomes.
This week: How student loan debt is destroying would-be entrepreneurs, how you’re rinsing and spitting money down the drain, tricks to save on overseas travel, credit score killers and the world’s craziest frugal hotels.
Airline reward programs aren’t what they used to be. Here’s a ranking that helps you weigh the perks and a confusing array of restrictions.
Beyond salary and vacation time, there is one benefit that is essential to keeping many men satisfied at work. A few companies are beginning to catch on.
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