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Someone told me about a shelter I could stay at on skid row," she said. So the registered nurse hauled her suitcases to the Union Rescue Mission and lined up for a bed. At a homeless shelter a few blocks away, a similar story of despair was unfolding.
That's $200 million more or 4% higher than what shoppers spent in 2012 on the day after Black Friday. If you went shopping last week, did you spend any money in your neighborhood? If not, you might be a part of the unemployment problem that plagues
Stories The city is pursuing a $27 million contract to place a homeless shelter in a vacant Glendale factory, pushing ahead despite the protests of neighborhood residents. The five-year deal would allow Samaritan Village, the Queens-based operator,
Efforts to apply psychological science to aggressive drivers are in their infancy but may have great potential, researchers in Canada said. Christine Wickens of the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto and colleagues at York University
The shopping season as evidenced by loud, repetitive commercials is all about seizing the objects of our desires...A philosophy that finds meaning in consumption is so common as to be hardly noticeable...In his recent, rambling, rambunctious
Ed Batista , an executive coach and instructor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, is a self-proclaimed workaholic, so he knows the innate struggles. "The concept of life/work balance isn't that helpful for us," Batista writes in the Harvard
In today's world of social networks a face-to-face interview can seem outdated, but online resources can help you ace the interview and land the job, especially if mixed with some old-fashioned common-sense advice. On time is 15 minutes early"
One of Britain's biggest charities is today accused by a whistleblower of self-censoring criticism of Big Six energy suppliers for fear of upsetting existing or potential corporate donors. Save the Children, one of the UK's oldest NGOs, which
America is a country that is now utterly divided when it comes to its society, its economy, its politics," Simon said. "There are definitely two Americas. I live in one, on one block in Baltimore that is part of the viable America, the America that
Today the Manawatu Standard, part of Fairfax's network, reported that refugees cost New Zealand $50m per year. It is a curious number, likely plucked from an analysis of the costs of refugees over a three-year period. However, it ignores one basic