Since the FBI was founded over 100 years ago in 1908, the Federal Bureau of Investigation has always used the highest forms of technology to track down prospective criminals.
It’s not an uncommon belief amongst industrialized animal farmers: Keep possible animal cruelty and other distasteful business practices out of the public eye. No photos or videos are to be taken without the owner’s discretion.
Images of the capsized Costa Concordia cruise liner are still fresh in the minds of people the world over. And another cruise ship saga, the stranded Carnival Triumph in the Gulf, even played out on the stage of Saturday Night Live.
Tapping retirement money early has become a trend in recent years.
March Madness is here, and the sight of pens filling out NCAA tournament brackets can be seen in offices throughout the country.
Not long ago,complaining about your job or crappy boss happened around the water cooler, at lunch with friends, or at home with your family. But the social media revolution has completely transformed the way we vent about work.
The Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting revived the debate over gun control, with even some gun lobby allies acknowledging that America needs to curtail the flow of assault weapons and ammunition.
If you’re a Facebook user, you probably know that becoming a fan of your favorite brands and retailers can pay off. Once you’ve “liked” these companies, you might see special offers, sale notices and other insider information that appears only on Facebook.
' Tis the season to eat, drink and be merry. That means offices, restaurants, and homes will be throwing holiday parties that serve lots of merriment.
Stop for a moment and think about all the personal information you carry in your pocket or purse — not inside your wallet, but on your smartphone.
As the presidential election draws closer, the economy is clearly the issue creating the most debate. However, both candidates are attempting to attract voters by highlighting their differences on social issues.
The U.S. Supreme Court will decide the constitutionality of involuntarily blood draws on drunken-driving suspects without a warrant.
Certainly the founding fathers meant for the judicial branch to simply interpret the laws made by the legislative branch, but it’s difficult not to think of the Supreme Court as an instrument of political change – especially in cases like ObamaCare.
If you’ve seen the movie Erin Brockovich, you’re likely familiar with hexavalent chromium.
With warm weather spreading across the country and summer right around the corner, millions of Americans are planning trips to amusement parks.
Depression can strike at any time, and there’s a good chance it could affect you or someone you love.
Many U.S. employers require drug testing as part of their hiring process. Some companies even administer periodic random drug tests to their existing employees, especially as part of their workplace substance abuse programs.
When does self-defense cross the legal line?