For some Groupon employees, it’s nontraditional to have a traditional job.According to Groupon’s self-reported numbers, their subscribers are young, smart, single, female, wealthy and employed individuals.
Though both nations are global powers with growing economies and massive populations, India and China seem to garner different reactions on human rights. While China’s record is widely criticized, India’s faces less scrutiny.A closer look at India’s record, however, reveals room for criticism.
David Ansell is Chief Medical Officer at Rush University Medical Center and he also sits on the board that oversees the Cook County Health and Hospitals System. But in the late 1970s, he was a young doctor looking for a place to make a difference.
Illinois lawmakers have approved a budget that makes deep cuts to the spending proposed by Gov. Pat Quinn.Quinn, the Senate and the Illinois House have been at odds over how much to spend in the upcoming year.
Illinois Senators have approved a package of changes to shake up the state's workers' compensation system. It's designed to cut business costs and curb corruption. The bill passed 46-8 and now goes to the Illinois House.
In the documentary, Ugandan women tricked into domestic slavery in Iraq, the BBC’s Anna Cavell investigates how a group of 147 Ugandan women were lured into Iraq. The women were told they would get decent jobs with the U.S. military.
This week, the Tokyo Electric Power Company admitted that three reactors at the Fukushima nuclear power plant suffered meltdowns shortly after the earthquake and tsunami hit Japan in March.From the somber legacy of World War II to this latest crisis, nuclear energy in Japan has a complicated history