Economics Reporter, Wall Street Journal
Economics Reporter, The Wall Street Journal
huffingtonpost.com — Sleep has been called the "third pillar" of health, along with nutrition and exercise, yet according to the CDC, 35 percent of Americans report getting fewer than seven hours of sleep a day. Meanwhile, the typical nightly recommendation for an adult is 7-8 hours.
npr.org — Take a break from the scandal du jour for something that's just darn nice. A little girl was running in circles at the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., this week. On the other side of a window, a sea lion was mimicking her moves - playing something of a game of tag without the tagging part.
blogs.wsj.com — The Powerball jackpot is up to $600 million, with a day still to go before tomorrow's drawing. Which means it's time once again to ask the question: Is this the rare time where it makes economic sense to buy a lottery ticket? Spoiler alert: No. No it is not.
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