Pilots approve six-year contract with American Airlines American Airlines pilots approved a new contract Friday with the Fort Worth-based carrier, boosting American’s efforts to settle its affairs and emerge from bankruptcy court in the first part of 2013. Several analysts also projected that settling the ... 12/8/2012 - 10:01 am | View Link
Pilots at American Airlines approve new contract, could speed consideration of U.S. Airways merger American has about 7,500 active pilots plus a few hundred others on furlough. The union said the vote to ratify the contract was 5,489 to 1,951. The six-year contract will raise pilots' pay by 4 percent on signing and 2 percent per year after that ... 12/7/2012 - 7:00 pm | View Link
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A new app for iOS and Android phones, is the first app designed for medical marijuana users that allows them to order and have their “medication” delivered right to their doorstep.
The app, called "Nestdrop," launched today in Los Angeles where medical marijuana is legal and plans are underway to bring it to other parts of the country with medical marijuana dispensaries.
This fall, Mount Holyoke College in western Massachusetts became the second all women's college in the U. S. to begin accepting applications from transgender students. The announcement was received positively on the South Hadley campus, but it's also raising questions about Mount Holyoke's identity as the oldest women's college in the country.
When Mount Holyoke president Lynn Pasquerella made the announcement during this year's convocation, tears welled in her eyes.
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The American version of "The Office" ran for nine seasons, won four primetime Emmy awards before it ended in 2013 and is still considered one of the greatest television comedies of all time. Michael Scott may have bought himself the mug for "World's Best Boss," but after all those awkward-cum-hilarious years he truly earned that title.
WASHINGTON -- In 2011, a then-14-year-old orphan fled Honduras for the U. S., fearful that gang members would come after him after he had refused to join them. He'd grown up in an orphanage and on the streets, and thought that if he stayed in Honduras, he would be killed.
If your diet requires you to pee on a stick to find out if you’re doing it right, then you’re doing it wrong. Unless you’re a child with epilepsy whose doctor is making a very low carb dietary recommendation, never go full keto.
A variation of the ketogenic diet (one that promotes getting 80% or more of your calories from fat), is getting promoted in quacktacular circles these days, and people are buying into it, proving once again that Adolf Hitler was right: “If you tell a big enough lie and tell it frequently enough, it will be believed.”
That’s the first Hitler bomb I’ve dropped in an article.
Americans are just as mean on the Internet as you thought they were.
Twenty-eight percent of Americans admit to participating in "malicious online activity directed at somebody they didn’t know," according to an online survey of 1,125 adults by YouGov -- including making fun of a stranger or deliberately making controversial or inflammatory statements meant to annoy strangers.