One of the things I've appreciated over the years is how food labeling has improved.
A mostly humorous, sometimes serious, reflection on life in Madera, California, by the publisher of The Madera Tribune.
The one thing humans value above almost anything else, is freedom, or at least the illusion of freedom. Think back, if you can, to when cordless telephones first became popular.
We all know that former Rep. Newt Gingrich lost the Republican presidential primary to Mitt Romney, and it’s probably because Romney was smart, worked harder and spent more money.
One of the things we keep hearing is how there are jobs waiting to be filled in this supposedly jobless economy, but they go begging because of a lack of qualified people to hold them.
Mom told me this when I was a kid, so I think it must be true:
A stalk of celery has negative calories; it takes more calories to chew and digest it than the stalks have.
The overwhelming negative criticism of the substitute referees in Monday’s Seattle-Green Bay football game, during which Seattle won after a highly controversial call, shows that as a people we like our rule
Dan Neil, The Wall Street Journal’s automotive writer has ridden in the driverless car, and writes that the driverless car will soon be common, and a good thing that will be, too, he says.