More than 6,000 hate crimes were reported to U.S. law enforcement agencies in 2011 — a 6% decrease from 2010, the FBI said Monday. But crimes based on the victim’s … read more »
With more than 12.7 million Americans unemployed, companies have no trouble attracting applicants. What’s tougher for some firms is finding qualified workers. Just ask California Steel Industries.
Reporting from Washingtonâ For a piece of history that gave us the rockets’ red glare and bombs bursting in air, the War of 1812 tends to evoke a collective “Huh?” … read more »
Removal of fuel from the Costa Concordia, which ran aground last month off Tuscany, began last week and officials say that after itâs gone, it may take seven to 10 … read more »
Corporate America is on a hiring binge for people to manage a company’s presence on Facebook, Twitter and similar sites. Once given such titles as social media wizards, ninjas and … read more »
In the summertime, the beaches along Ocean Parkway on Long Island are an American photo album of family picnics, July Fourth fireworks and minivans wedged bumper to bumper. But in … read more »