Busiest Airports for July 4 Travel

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — July 4 vacations are already in swing, and with the busiest travel day of the summer coming up, travelers should expect crowded airports. And if they’re headed to one of the nation’s busiest airports, they should prepare for Read More

World Cup Reaches Fever Pitch on Facebook

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — More than one billion interactions about the World Cup have been measured on Facebook since the start of the tournament on June 12 — and it’s expected to hit a fever pitch Tuesday when the United States battles Read More

Irish Bar Now Hiring, Apply Via Snapchat

iStock/Thinkstock(DUBLIN) — Hopeful candidates for a position at an Irish bar need not worry about a long application process, as Cork-based bar Sober Lane is currently accepting applicants for their new Dublin location via Snapchat. “We wanted to cast a very Read More

GM Recalls Outnumber Six Years of Sales

General Motors(NEW YORK) — The numbers are staggering. In the first six months of this year, General Motors announced the recall of more than 29 million cars, including a new recall on Monday of 8.2 million more vehicles. That’s the largest number of recalls Read More

Google Fails to Get Exemption from Federal Wiretap Act

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Search engine giant Google could face a multitude of lawsuits after the U.S. Supreme Court Monday refused to hear its appeal about allegedly violating the U.S. Wiretap Act in regards to its Street View mapping. Google was Read More