More storms are steering toward California, which is already deluged. Warnings of flash floods and mudslides are in place in some communities, as worries rise about additional flooding.
Students educated abroad find opportunity – and a lifestyle similar to what they had overseas.
North Korea's attack, one of the worst since the Korean War, didn't jar most Seoul residents as they listened to Jingle Bells or tuned into the Asian Games. But men of military age are concerned.
Bank accounts with no fees attached are becoming a thing of the past at large US banks, which are starved for revenue.
Bosses Day 2010 has arrived, bringing with it the existential question: What do you buy for someone who makes more money than you do (and why should you buy a present for your boss, anyway)? Whether you work for the world’s greatest boss or an intolerable tyrant, here are ideas that won’t get you fired – and might even help with that next promotion. (Note: We haven't actually tried any of these, but they seem boss-friendly.)
National Coffee Day is today, Sept. 29, throughout the US. Here are a few places you can participate.
Starbucks prices will be going higher, CEO Howard Schultz said. The prices of basic coffee and espresso drinks will stay the same. But Starbucks will hike prices on packaged coffee and large, labor-intensive drinks. Does that mean frappuccinos?
Eagle, Colorado, a town struggling to surmount recession, offers a window into why America seems so sullen heading into what could be a hinge moment in politics.