In the past year, executive wages have broken new records while labor struggles and uncertainty soldiered on, creating some interesting juxtapositions in the numbers.
The ride-hail industry's leader has suddenly reversed its long-held opposition to tipping.
Charlo Greene checked in about her new cannabis beauty line, broadcasting "The Weed Show" five days a week, and her home state's attempts to burn her through legal loopholes.
The 2016 'Nobel for Computing' goes to none other than Sir Tim Berners-Lee, who gave rise to the massive global network (and for which he's still got some suggestions).
Diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2000, he set out to find the safest, most effective form of medicinal cannabis and bring that product to the masses.
Experts worry the proposed American Health Care Act could cut off addiction and mental health support for millions who need it most.
Studies suggest that people-watching is one pastime, at least, that money just can't buy.
Women have been practicing (licensed) medicine and working against pay disparity since 1849, but today's hearty wage gap is starting to widen again.
The mandate helped drop Americans' out-of-pocket expenses by 63% and likely saved the government billions each year on behalf of 'the fairer sex.'
Members of the political, academic, and intelligence communities want the Trump government to know that fortifying our national cybersecurity could help save billions, not to mention lives.
According to research, the plant has the potential to curb addiction and save lives, but also to save taxpayers billions (if not drug companies).
The free platform let users compare the actual experience of taking different medications, from side effects and cost to availability and convenience.
The White House has started filing out its opioid team ahead of executive deadlines, but critics warn that Christie's New Jersey track record on opioids and cannabis make him a bad fit from the start.
Researchers have smoked out dozens of DNA markers affecting cannabis' flavor, proving once more that scientific study is rife with small miracles.