In a story called, "What Most Americans Get Wrong About College Graduates," the Times reports that only 14 percent of those participating in a Times poll knew the answer. And only 13 percent of people surveyed by Google knew the right answer.
"The bottom line is that the evidence for the importance of breakfast is something of a mess. If you're hungry, eat it. But don't feel bad if you'd rather skip it, and don't listen those who lecture you."
"It's basically up to the retailer to ensure that what he or she is carrying is up to the safest standard possible. And then it's up to the manufacturer to ensure it's clean and safe so that those shops will stock their stuff."
In a column for this morning's New York Times, business journalist Joe Nocera writes that Tesla "is a company that eats through cash, loses money on every sedan it sells, routinely overpromises what it will deliver to Wall Street and is regularly in need of new funding."
'When I first walked into a locker room, being a woman was a total disadvantage'
By Jessica Murri
Speaking at the Andrus Center Conference on Women and Leadership, New York Times sports reporter Karen Crouse said she still experiences pushback based on her gender, but her stories dig deeper than scoreboards and overtimes.
Based on the nonfiction book of the same name by David Grann, the film seems like a cross between an Indiana Jones movie and a Joseph Conrad novel—one where the world seems full of possibilities, rather than limitations.
A North Idaho landscaping company puts racist images on its vehicles, Donald Trump vows to challenge the 9th Circuit's ruling against his immigration and sanctuary cities actions, and "high touch, high tech" initiatives at the city of Boise.