Responding to Quake, Chile Uses Lessons of Past

Soon after an 8.8-magnitude earthquake hit southern Chile in 2010 near the end of President Michelle Bachelet’s first term, officials failed to issue a tsunami warning. This time around, when an 8.2 magnitude earthquake struck Tuesday night off the coast of northern Chile, officials leapt into action by comparison.

Unemployed? How to use your time

If you’ve lost your job, taken a severance or redundancy package or ventured into the great unknown of time off between jobs, the first few weeks of unemployment can be both frightening and freeing.

Marijuana´s unlikely allies

Marijuana industry finds unlikely new allies in conservatives. The growing industry is making money and building momentum, driving GOP lobbyists and lawmakers to work with pot advocates.

The future of safe sex?

The future of sex: can the female condom catch on second time around? Once mocked as having the erotic appeal of a jellyfish, the female condom is being reinvented as the next big thing in protective sex.