Augustine Reyes Chan
On a US Airways flight carrying 267 passengers that departed from Charlotte, North Carolina, to London this week, a female lawyer in first class tried to unwind and sleep by taking Zaleplon, a prescribed drug for insomnia, and drinking three glasses of wine on an empty stomach after having refused dinner. That’s when she says she blacked out.
After the Supreme Court ruled last month that all states are required to recognize same-sex marriage, one might believe a majority of Americans would also support the idea that businesses shouldn’t be able to refuse service to customers based on their sexual orientation.
A librarian at a Chinese university stole precious 17th and 20th century pieces of Chinese art and got away with it for years by replacing them with fakes, only to find that his fakes looked so real that they were later stolen and replaced with new fakes.
Actress Amanda Seyfried is speaking out about the gender gap in Hollywood, where female actresses are often paid less than their male co-stars even when their roles in a movie carry the same weight.
John LeFevre, the British-born former banker behind Goldman Sachs Elevator, has just substantiated for those outside the insular world of investment banking that the behavior on Wall Street is spot on with how the movie “Wolf of Wall Street” portrayed it.
Walmart is going head to head with Amazon by offering “Black Friday deals” on July 15, shortly after Amazon declared their own “Prime Day.”
A new carpooling pilot program launched today in Israel by online mapping company Waze could eventually put Google, which purchased the company in 2013 for $1 billion, in direct competition with Uber.
Google Photo’s facial-recognition software can classify pictures — whether they are of people, pets or objects, among other things — according to their content using automatic image labeling.
Two teens who ordered pizza from Pizza Hut using one of the chain’s drive-through services claim they caught a male employee at the window fondling himself.
Apple CEO Tim Cook took to Twitter this morning to voice his opinion on the U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling in favor of legalizing gay marriage in all 50 states.