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Commas are notoriously tricky punctuation marks, and with good reason. So how can you know if you're using them correctly? It comes down to one question: Is it essential?
More than 85 percent of U.S. employers feel cover letters are important -- yet they only have time to give them a 15-second glance. How can you make sure yours stands out in a good way? Just don't do the 10 things on this list.
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If your Facebook status reads, "Leaving for France!" you're not just gloating. You're letting everyone know that your house will be empty. Bad idea.
Hoaxes have been around for centuries, created by people as jokes, or for profit or attention. Crazy as these 10 seem in hindsight, why were people so willing to buy into them?
The idea that dinosaurs roamed the Earth with man is one of many that persist despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. Why does the human mind go to such great lengths to hold onto belief?
OK, so you've never pinned a rubber to a bulletin board. But what about the old inside-out error? Or not squeezing the air out of the tip? It's never too late to learn. We won't judge.
The blood in your veins is blue. Glass is a slow-moving liquid. If you touch a baby bird, its mother will abandon it. Not so fast –- if you learned any of those "facts" in school, you learned wrong.
You know you can't believe everything you see or hear. But between Internet misinformation and our natural tendency to believe what we're told, it can be hard to tell fact from fiction. Here are 10 ways to do it.
Can't say "Xmas"? Sure, you can! Despite Christmas' popularity among Christians and non-Christians alike, little-known inaccuracies like this -- and even outright myths -- abound. Here are 10, exposed at last.
Some malarkey is so believable that it's turned many of us into inadvertent purveyors of hogwash. What are 10 bits of malarkey that tend to slip through the "hey, wait a minute" filter?
What? Scientists get things wrong? We know. It’s shocking to hear, but science isn’t always an exact science. Mistakes do happen -- and they often lead to great discoveries.
Think you know everything there is to know about jack-o’-lanterns, Santa Claus and St. Patrick? Test your smarts with some tricky questions and some real treats that might surprise you.
So you're about to start your new job. But the experience may be different from what you've been told when you were preparing to enter the real world. Is there truth to any of those stories?
On the fourth Thursday in November, Americans will gather with their families to eat turkey and sweet potatoes, just like that first Thanksgiving.... Actually, not like that first dinner at all.
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