BTR speaks with employees who work on Christmas Day to learn why a quarter of Americans clock-in during the holidays and struggle to balance time for family.
Part 2 with Robert Blum from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public health on the corporate and political influences in US dietary guidelines.
We learn from the Climate Change rally the greatest obstacles towards using renewable energies and how to combat them for the future.
Labor Week - Last month, workers in New York City saw the passing of an historic bill: legislation mandating that all fast food chains raise their minimum wage to $15 an hour. The measure will roll out over the next few years.
Excess Week - According to recent research, a person’s outcome in “lotteries,”--whether they happen to be born into a position of better economic and social standing and in good health or the opposite--affects their perception of the world around them.
Lara Aknin, professor of psychology at Simon Fraser University whose research focuses on generosity, money and happiness.
The best of the best comedians and writers in New York get together at the end of every month to share their wild and crazy stories, hosted by David Martin. The theme for this month's show is "Money" and features Ophira Eisenberg, Jim O'Grady, Catie Lazarus and Peter Aguero.
This week, The Hash covers how to stay friends after paychecks diverge, five ways our friends influence us, and what we wish we knew about sex.
According to a recent survey, the average first date in New York and Washington, D.C., is over $150. This week on BTR Pulse, Sarah Fraser asks people what they think to be an appropriate amount to spend on a first date.
Hacking Week - How to earn credit card rewards and travel the world for free.