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Experts say the more-relaxed attitudes of millennials are exerting a greater influence on corporate culture.
"Gay people don't need to be cured, and we are thrilled that the court has recognized this," said David Dinielli, a SPLC deputy legal director.
Some 1.9 million people lived within the city limits in 1950. Now fewer than 700,000 people fill the same space.
Fewer and fewer passengers are getting stuck on the tarmac for longer than three hours, thanks to a 2010 law.
At the World Ag Expo in Tulare, California, more than a half dozen states have booths to recruit milk producers.
Some of the costs of West Coast port congestion could eventually end up hitting consumers in the pocketbook.
NBC's Mark Potter reports from a refrigerated warehouse at Miami International Airport to see how U.S. Customs Officials ensure that your imported Valentine's Day flowers are pest and disease-free.
If you are feeling secure about your retirement, congratulations. You're a relative novelty—at least in the U.S.
Cheaper, better robots will push labor costs down 16 percent over the next decade, a new report says.
A U.S. Airways jet was forced to make an emergency landing at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport after its landing gear failed to deploy.
Death and taxes may be two certainties in life, but there is another. You are highly likely to become less capable of managing your money as you age.