The Jeff Ward Show

The washing machine, iPad and the humble toaster have been named among the top 30 products which have changed our lives. A study among 2,000 adults also found we consider broadband, microwaves and the ability to send emails worthy of a place in the hall of fame. Catch-up TV,...
A Californian restaurant has banned crying children from its dining room saying they distract other diners. The Old Fisherman's Grotto on Fisherman's Wharf in Monterey has installed signs saying children making loud noises are a distraction to other customers. It adds that...
Women and ethnic minorities who reach executive level positions in corporate America have more to lose from encouraging and promoting diversity in the workplace than their white male counterparts, claims a new study. Researchers from The University of Colorado found that female...
Researchers have revealed exactly what facial features lead us to create a first impression of someone - ans say it could change the way we take selfies. They say even in a single image such as a selfie, small changes in the dimensions of a face can make it appear more...
National Guard troops stationed on the Texas-Mexico border can't arrest illegal immigrants, but Texas Gov. Rick Perry says the deterrent factor makes sending the troops there worthwhile. 'It's a powerful reminder that what you are doing is a crime,' Perry told an online news...
Eight out of ten women 'edit' their holiday snaps before uploading them to social media so only their slimmest angles are shared, according to new research. Most women will also delete unflattering pictures of themselves even if other people in the frame look good. More than...
This is the dramatic moment a woman was seriously hurt after being hit by a car during a zombie walk at the Comic Con in San Diego. The crowd, which were all dressed as the living dead, then went crazy and began to attack the family’s car that had struck and seriously injured...
Many of us take to Twitter and Facebook to share our excitement when we have good news. But bad news is different. Whether it be a break up, job loss or illness, a phone call is still our preferred choice of communication. Now a recent study has found, despite the popularity of...
A meteorologist for ABC affiliate WATE in Knoxville, Tennessee recently received some rather unwelcome fashion advice from an elderly viewer in a handwritten letter. The letter tells Julya Johnson that while she's a 'great meterologist [sic],' she would get a lot more...