Poet Maya Angelou Is First Black Woman On U.S. Quarter
The coins are the first in the U.S. Mint's American Women Quarters Program.
Why are more married couples living apart?
The latest U.S. Census shows roughly 3.89 million American married adults are living apart.By Scripps News
Why are Americans spending more time alone?
Americans are spending more time by themselves than they have over the past 20 years. A professor who studies solitude helps explain why.By Rick Bowmer / AP
What is ‘quiet hiring’ — and how can you benefit from it?
Quiet hiring is when employers acquire new skills without taking on more employees — typically by stretching existing employees' workloads.
House GOP wastes no time launching investigations
With their new majority in hand, House Republicans have made it clear that government oversight will be a huge focus.By Jose Luis Magana / AP
Where Gen Z gets its news: Social media
A 2022 poll shows network and cable TV news came in fifth and sixth place, with newspapers dead last.By Martin Meissner / AP
Federal funding helps Jackson, Mississippi address water crisis
A Jackson restaurant owner shares what the millions headed to the city could do to help businesses like his deal with aging infrastructure.By AP