Bringing you just the headlines

  • Experience: I am a great-great-great-grandmother

    Six-generation families – especially an unbroken line of women – are very rare. I don’t expect to see a seventh I was 16 years old when I met Ron. We were both working at the Quaker Oats flour mill in Saskatoon, Canada, and he was the most handsome guy there. More importantly, he was kind. We married soon afterwards. I was 21 when I became a mother, which was not unusual in the 1940s. Gwen’s birth was pretty straightforward, and I loved having a baby around. Five years later, we had a second...

    the Guardian
  • The Heart Wants What The Heart Wants, And It Wants You To Brush Your Teeth

    Part of avoiding heart disease might involve brushing your teeth, suggests a study published this week. Researchers in Korea have found a clear link between good oral health and a lower chance of heart irregularities and serious heart failure. More

    www.gizmodo.com.au
  • NBC digital news division officially unionizes

    Employees of NBC's digital news division announced Friday that they have officially unionized.The employees announced they will form a union through the NewsGuild of New York after winning an election with the Nati

    TheHill
  • Hearings great for cable news, less so for broadcast

    The impeachment hearings were a boon for cable news networks, but weren’t so great for broadcasters that had to pre-empt daytime programming

    ABC News
  • Hearings great for cable news, less so for broadcast

    The impeachment hearings were a boon for cable news networks, but weren’t so great for broadcasters that had to pre-empt daytime programming

    Washington Post
  • Hearings great for cable news, less so for broadcast

    NEW YORK (AP) - Five days of impeachment hearings were a boon to programmers and accountants at the cable news networks. For the big broadcasters, not so much. The daytime hearing audience ranged from a high of 13.8 million on opening day to a low of 11 million on the

    The Washington Times
  • Hearings great for cable news, less so for broadcast

    NEW YORK (AP) — Five days of impeachment hearings were great news for the cable news networks. That wasn’t necessarily the case for broadcasters. CNN, Fox News Channel and MSNBC showed every minute of

    WTOP