A New Study Shows That Those Left In The Office After Telecommuting Are Left Behind

The New York Times reported on a new study by Professor Kevin Rockmann and Micheal G. Pratt that suggests that people who choose to work in the office where off-site work is freely allowed end up feeling lonely and disconnected. The study followed people who chose to come into the office because they wanted social interaction but...

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Man Blames 10th DUI on Beer-Battered Fish Fry; Judge Says No

Feb 15, 16 Man Blames 10th DUI on Beer-Battered Fish Fry; Judge Says No

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Ask any police officer about the craziest excuse they’ve heard from someone driving under the influence, and you’re sure to hear some pretty interesting stories. With nearly 4,000 people arrested for drunk driving each day in the U.S., it’s almost surprising that these interesting explanations don’t make the news headlines more...

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There Could be Scientific Rationale Behind NFL’s ‘Super Bowl Babies’ Claim

Feb 15, 16 There Could be Scientific Rationale Behind NFL’s ‘Super Bowl Babies’ Claim

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It’s common knowledge that a good portion of Super Bowl viewers are more interested in the commercials they’ll see during the break than the game itself. There’s always at least a couple that leave memorable moments and a lot of laughter, but also many that inevitably flop. One of the weirdest ads that lands...

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Home Remodeling Spending Expected to Break Record and Reach $155 Billion

Feb 05, 16 Home Remodeling Spending Expected to Break Record and Reach $155 Billion

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Whether or not the housing market itself is completely back from the burst bubble in ’08 is still up for debate. When it comes to home remodeling, though, the market is absolutely booming. According to the Boston Globe, national spending on home remodeling projects are projected to hit $155 billion and eclipse the current...

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Cost of Hunting and Fishing Licenses Set to Increase in Several U.S. States

Feb 05, 16 Cost of Hunting and Fishing Licenses Set to Increase in Several U.S. States

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Hunting and fishing permit fees have remained fairly stagnant for the past decade across America, but several states are now increasing the price of outdoor licenses to address budget concerns. According to the Lincoln Journal Star, legislators in Nebraska recently proposed the first price increase for hunting and fishing licenses...

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