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Top reasons why workers quit their jobs

Quitting a job isn't something most people do lightly. Employers have to give them a really good reason -- or several.

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Why do we celebrate Cinco de Mayo?

Guacamole and fajitas. Mexican flags and mariachi bands. Margaritas, beer -- and more beer. (Sometimes with lime, thanks to that clever marketing campaign.)

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Want to be an optimist? Pick up these habits

Ever notice how some people just seemingly have a bright outlook on life -- even when everything isn't exactly on the sunny side?

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Smith College to admit transgender women

In yet another sign of evolving attitudes toward gender identity, venerable Smith College will begin admitting transgender women.

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Weight Watchers founder Jean Nidetch dies at 91

Combining healthy eating with moral support, Jean Nidetch became a heavyweight in the weight-loss industry. The founder of Weight Watchers died Wednesday at her home in Florida.

She was 91.

What would become Weight Watchers started as a group of…

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Designer gets heat for altered Jenner pic

"Tasteless." "Insanely inappropriate." "Just bizarre."

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The death of the 40-hour workweek

When you're hired for a full-time job, the understanding is that you'll put in at least a 40-hour workweek.

The expectation -- especially for salaried employees who don't qualify for overtime -- is that you'll put in more to ensure your projects get…

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Church touched by 18-cent donation

"Please don't be mad," the back of the envelope said. "I don't have much. I'm homeless." The offering envelope left at the First United Methodist Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Sunday had no name -- just the note.

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FDA approves new drug to dissolve chin fat

This news may mean the end for the ultimate selfie killer, the double chin. The Food and Drug Administration will now let you say bye-bye to nasty neck fat and hello to a jawline that doesn't jiggle.

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Study: Daily hour of TV boosts children's weight

Even a little bit of television viewing goes a long way to potentially hurt a child's health, according to new research.

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