You've accepted an invitation to interview for a position that sounds great. But now you're reading negative comments in online reviews about what working for the company is really like. How should you handle the interview?
There are many things you can do to make a tough time easier. Some may be hard to see if you are stuck in a negative thought loop. Here are ways to get started.
Jonathan Marchessault scored twice and started an early blitz that chased the NHL’s hottest postseason goalie, and Adin Hill continued his stellar play as the Vegas Golden Knights seized control of the Stanley Cup Final with a 7-2 victory over the Florida Panthers to take a 2-0 series lead. Hill made 29 saves and Marchessault had an assist to finish with three points.
Does your kid need a break from smartphones? Plus, sick restaurant workers fuel foodborne illness, and more health news
A psychiatrist from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston offers some tips for making sure smartphones and tablets are put to good use and not used to excess. Here's that and more health news.
Actors represented by the Hollywood union SAG-AFTRA voted to authorize a strike if the major studios, streamers and production companies don't meet their demands for a new contract by June 30.
Stewart Cink has earned another trip to the U.S. Open at age 50. Cink first qualified for the U.S. Open in 1996. He turned 50 a month ago and loves playing the majors so much he says he'll trying to qualify as long as he can. He advanced through an Ohio qualifier. It was among 10 sites that had 36-hole qualifying across America. One stop was in Canada.
Apple unveils new $3,500 headset, Dow Jones falls, comedian Matt Rife announces world tour, and more trending news
Apple's Vision Pro will sell for $3,500 once it's released in stores. Get that and more of today's trending news.
At least five of the record-tying 10 Southeastern Conference teams that made the NCAA Tournament won regionals and will take the next step on the Road to Omaha. No. 2 national seed Florida and No. 5 LSU wrapped up regionals and join fellow SEC members in No. 15 South Carolina, No. 16 Alabama and Tennessee in super regionals beginning Friday. The SEC could advance two more teams.
The pilot of the business jet that flew over Washington and crashed in Virginia appeared to be slumped over and unresponsive, the fighter jet pilots reported, according to two US officials briefed on the matter.
Tiare Jennings doubled in the ninth inning to score two runs and No. 1 seed Oklahoma defeated No. 9 Stanford 4-2 to earn a shot at its third straight Women's College World Series title. The Sooners increased their Division I record to 51 consecutive victories. They advanced to play Florida State or Tennessee for the national championship. Oklahoma looks to become the first program since UCLA in 1988-90 to win three consecutive championships. The best-of-three championship series starts Wednesday.
The pilot of the business jet that flew over Washington and crashed in Virginia appeared to be slumped over and unresponsive before the crash, fighter jet pilots reported.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and New York Gov. Kathy Hochul joined Buffalo Bills owner Terry Pegula in helping break ground on the team's new $1.54 billion stadium scheduled to be built in time for the 2026 season. The ceremony was held on the former parking lot which is being cleared for construction and located across the street from the team's current home. The new facility will carry over the naming rights of Highmark Stadium after the team reached a long-term agreement with the health insurance provider. Among those on hand was Mary Wilson, whose late husband Ralph Wilson founded the franchise in 1960.
Former Vice President Mike Pence filed paperwork Monday declaring his campaign for president in 2024, setting up a challenge to his former boss, Donald Trump.
Ukrainian forces are making a major effort to punch through Russian defensive lines in southeast Ukraine for a second day in what may be the start of a counteroffensive. Russian officials seem to be trying to portray the Ukrainian attacks as the start of the counteroffensive. They said that Russian forces have foiled at least one assault. While not explicitly confirming such a large-scale effort, Kyiv authorities say their forces are indeed increasing offensive operations and making gains. But they suggest some of the Russian announcements are misinformation.
Michael Vick, Larry Fitzgerald and Terrell Suggs are among the college football stars who will be considered for induction to the Hall of Fame for the first time this year.
Ukrainian forces are making a major effort to punch through Russian defensive lines in southeast Ukraine for a second day in what may be the start of a counteroffensive.
Coco Gauff put aside a skinned knee and a bad stretch in the first set to reach the French Open quarterfinals for the third consecutive year. The 19-year-old American was a 7-5, 6-2 winner over Anna Karolina Schmiedlova on Monday at Court Philippe Chatrier. Next for Gauff will be a rematch against No. 1 Iga Swiatek, who beat her in last year's final at Roland Garros.
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The second annual NIL Summit has delivered predictions of more dramatic changes to the landscape of college sports. This comes only days before a contingent of Southeastern Conference coaches and administrators will ask for federal help in regulating the expanding ability of college athletes to earn money while still in school. The three-day NIL Summit ended Monday at the College Football Hall of Fame. Athletes' new-found ability to earn money off their name, image and likeness has the potential to create more dramatic change in all college sports. There were predictions college athletes will be classified as employees and form unions.
The United States will be playing for an unprecedented three-peat at the Women's World Cup this summer. It won't be easy for the world's No. 1 team. Co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand, the quadrennial tournament for international soccer's most coveted trophy kicks off on July 20 and features an expanded field of 32 teams, up from 24.
Former FBI agent Robert Hanssen, who was convicted of spying for Russia in notorious case, dies in prison
A former FBI agent convicted in one of the most notorious spying cases in American history has died in prison.
U.S. stocks drifted lower Monday to start what could be a quiet stretch following several weeks of gains.
The vicious, relentless and high-profile racist insults directed at Brazilian soccer player Vinícius Júnior underscore an entrenched and decades-old issue that refuses to go away in the world's most popular sport. It is a deeper societal problem that is manifested in soccer matches predominantly in Europe, but also all around the world, and has been amplified by the reach of social media. Federations have been slow and, in some cases unwilling, to use powers to sanction teams for the racist behavior of their fans. Players past and present worry racism is just an accepted part of soccer. Experts say more education and stronger punishments are required to combat racism.
The Supreme Court’s recent decision on the limits of federal authority under the Clean Water Act has been celebrated or condemned, depending on the ideological predilections of the observer. But everyone agrees the court's opinions themselves make for rough reading. They boil down to a squabble over the words “adjacent” and “adjoining.”
Rose Zhang needed only one tournament to make good on high expectations. Two weeks after she won another NCAA title, Zhang made her professional debut by winning on the LPGA Tour. No one had done that in 72 years. What's next for the 20-year-old Californian? Zhang heads back to Stanford for finals and to move out of her dorm. Then she goes to the second LPGA major of the year at Baltusrol for the KPMG Women's PGA. Expectations are sure to follow. Zhang isn't bothered. As Michelle Wie West says, Zhang makes the game look easy.