San Jose lawmakers want to provide housing, job stability to homeless
San Jose aims to cut its homeless population by 20% by the end of next year through a new initiative to provide more housing and job stability.
This Is Simply The Best Damn Bodyweight Workout
There's a time and a place for complicated maneuvers, but your daily fitness routine isn't one of them.
Googling for credible information can help correct belief in misinformation, according to a new study
Simply conducting a Google search to verify if a given statement about ethnic minorities in Japan is true or not could help correct disinformation, a new study published Wednesday in PLoS One found.
Speaking Together: Poetry Exercises in Anti-Ableism - Open Space
The documentary Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution has many profound moments (if you haven't yet seen it, rush to your nearest screen!) , but there is one scene which has stuck with me.
Inside the viral collab house featuring OnlyFans and TikTok creators
What happens when creators across mega social media platforms combine forces to create a stash of content from a weekend getaway?
Second line of defence: Taiwan's civilians train to resist invasion
n a quiet workday morning last week, air raid sirens rang out across Taiwan.
Our Brains Were Not Built for This Much Uncertainty
Prior to the pandemic, the working world already felt to most of us like it was undergoing rapid, unrelenting change - changes in customer preferences, client and employee expectations, and competitive advantages.
Rayner targets Raab over holiday fiasco as deputies take PMQs
Angela Rayner has accused the government of failing the British people over the looming energy crisis, in a prime minister's questions notable for its stand-in participants and a series of jibes about the holiday habits of Rayner's opponent, Dominic Raab.
The U.S. Is Buying 500 Million More Pfizer Vaccine Doses To Donate To Other Countries
A Thai teenager receives their first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine Tuesday in Bangkok.
Survey: Campus career center supports during the pandemic
Just two weeks into this academic year, Suzi Billington could tell that students whose career preparation efforts and experiences may have paused during the pandemic were playing catch-up.