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    Dog Lost at Sea and Presumed Dead Turns Up Weeks Later

    A fisherman whose dog had been missing for five weeks after falling off a boat has been found. Nick Haworth had lost all hope and... Read more

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  • Princeton University mathematics professor Andrew John Wiles poses next to "Fermat's Last Theorem" written on a chalkboard in his Princeton, N.J., office Tuesday, Jan. 6, 1998. Wiles, 44, a native of Cambridge, England, was awarded the $200,000 1998 King Faisal International Prize for solving the 350-year-old mathematical puzzle that scores of mathematicians could not. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

    Math Professor Wins $700,000 for Solving 300-Year-Old Theorem

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  • One of the cats stranded by flood waters runs across the  Sacramento River near the Tower Bridge on Tuesday, March 15, 2016 in Sacramento, Calif.   Two cats were rescued after high flood waters left them stranded in trees half-submerged in the river. The animals were eventually saved when the Sacramento Fire Department organized a water rescue, using a small boat and ladder. In the background a turtle swims away.   (Randall Benton/The Sacramento Bee via AP)

    Firefighters Rescue Cats Trapped by High Flood Waters

    SACRAMENTO, Calif.—Raising waters can be pretty scary for cats. And that’s what happened around two California felines on Tuesday, when high flood waters left them stranded in... Read more

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    Automakers Agree to Put Automatic Braking in Cars by 2022

    WASHINGTON — Automatic braking will be standard in most cars and light trucks within six years and on heavier SUVs and pickup trucks within eight... Read more

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    This Stunning Modern House Is Built Right in the Trees

    It feels like this house was made of harmony and meditative peace. Mexico-based architects from Grupo Arquitectura proved that modern design can live in harmony with nature... Read more

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    Tomb Radar: King Tut’s Burial Chamber Shows Hidden Rooms

    CAIRO — Radar scans of King Tutankhamun’s burial chamber have revealed two hidden rooms, a tantalizing discovery that could resolve a mystery as old as... Read more

  • The Facebook logo displayed on an iPad in Philadelphia on May 16, 2012. Facebook says it’s cracking down on online gun sales, with a new policy that bars private individuals from advertising or selling firearms on the world’s largest social network, on Jan. 29, 2016. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

    Here’s How to Find Out Who’s Ignoring Your Friend Requests on Facebook

    There’s an easy way to look up a list of all the people you’ve sent friend requests to on Facebook, but haven’t replied.  It’s relatively... Read more

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    SeaWorld Ends Captive Breeding of Orcas at All Its Parks

    SeaWorld announced today it is ending its killer whale breeding program, and for its last generation of orcas it will provide only natural encounters for... Read more

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    Mom Sheds Tears After Son Brings Home Birthday Invitation From Classmate

    A mother couldn’t help but cry when she saw a birthday invitation her son had brought home from school. Tricia Klein, a resident of Ontario... Read more

  • Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., speaks during a campaign stop at the Rochester Opera House, Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016, in Rochester, N.H. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)

    New York Times Backtracks on Bernie Praise

    In an article published on Monday, March 14, 2016, the New York Times gave a glowing review of Democratic nominee Bernie Sanders’s work in the... Read more

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    Florida Woman Fights to Keep Her Pet Alligator

    A woman in the Lakeland area of Florida is fighting to keep her 125-pound alligator in her home. Mary Thorn has had a license for... Read more

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    A Prison Education Saved Me From a Lifetime Behind Bars

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    All-Female Airplane Crew Lands in Saudi Arabia, Where Women Can’t Drive

    Royal Brunei Airlines’s first all-female aircrew landed a flight in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, where women don’t have the legal right to drive.  The flight from Brunei,... Read more

  • Orange County sheriff's deputies investigate early Saturday morning, Jan. 23, 2016, after three jail inmates charged with violent crimes escaped from Central Men's Jail in Santa Ana, Calif. The men include 20-year-old Jonathan Tieu, who is charged with murder; 37-year-old Hossein Nayeri, charged with kidnapping and torture; and 43-year-old Bac Duong, charged with attempted murder. Sheriff's Lt. Jeff Hallock said Saturday that the inmates were last seen at 5 a.m. Friday morning and could have escaped anytime between then and late Friday night. (AP Photo/Kevin Warn)

    Homeless Man Who Helped Cops Catch Fugutives Gets $100,000 Reward

    SANTA ANA, Calif.—A homeless man from San Francisco who pointed police toward two Orange County inmates who had escaped from jail will get the lion’s share... Read more

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    Abused Dog, Who Had Both Eyes Removed, Gets Adopted

    A dog was found lying, exhausted, on the side of the road in Phoenix, Arizona, by the Arizona Humane Society’s Emergency Animal Medical Technicians (EAMTs)... Read more

  • Dr. Rick Snook, a veterinarian with the Santa Fe Animal Shelter & Humane Society, gives Honey, a Dogue de Bordeaux, a pat after examining her Tuesday, March 15, 2016, at the shelter’s Thaw Animal Hospital. The dog swallowed a 6-inch stuffed toy that was lodged in her intestine and was successfully removed following surgery on Monday, March 14, 2016. The dog would have died without the surgery. (Photo by Ben Swan/The Santa Fe Animal Shelter)

    Ailing Dog Found With Stuffed Polar Bear in Stomach

    SANTA FE, N.M.—A veterinarian helped save the life of an ailing New Mexico dog after discovering the source of the pup’s pain—a 6-inch long, 2-inch... Read more

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    In Whitney Exhibit, Poitras Explores the Art of Surveillance

    NEW YORK—Here’s a question you’ve likely never asked yourself: Can covert surveillance be beautiful? But you might be asking it as you stroll through “Astro... Read more

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    Texas Animal Shelter Fire Kills Resident Animals; ‘Puppy Room Hit the Worst’

    A fire at an animal shelter in Beaumont, Texas has resulted in the deaths of 67 dogs. The Humane Society of Southeast Texas (HSSET) caught fire... Read more

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    Iceland has been in the news quite a lot lately, mainly because of its young soccer team’s outstanding performance in the Euro 2016 football tournament... Read more

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    ‘Dennis the Menace’ Cartoonist Just a (Talented) Kid at Heart

    PINE BUSH—Like a kid’s room packed with favorite things, Ron Ferdinand’s tiny home studio has walls covered with cartoons, drawings, clippings, drawings, and shelves of... Read more

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    It’s Peace Day! (Video)

    Ring the Bells of Peace  A great video about what we really need to do in this world. With Melissa Etheridge and Salman Ahmad for Search... Read more

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    These Dolls Were Taken From Two Girls Destined for Auschwitz (Video)

    In February of 1944, two young Jewish girls were removed from their school near Dijon, France and deported to Auschwitz. While taking sisters Denise and... Read more

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    14-Year-Old Girl Breaks Down in Tears Hearing Mom’s Voice Clearly for First Time (Video)

    14-year-old Breanna was overcome with emotion hearing her mom’s voice clearly for the first time in her life. The teen had moderate to severe hearing... Read more

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    5-Year-Old Boy Running Late for School Stops to Recite ‘Pledge of Allegiance’

    A mother in Texas posted a photo of her son reciting the Pledge of Allegiance a few weeks ago. The photo went viral, generating more... Read more

  • Wedding Ring Returned to Owner, 37 Years After He Lost It

    MADRID—Agustin Aliaga’s marriage to his wife Juani Sanchez has lasted 37 years, even though he lost his wedding ring just months after they tied the... Read more

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    National Anthem Inspires Boy With Cerebral Palsy to Stand for First Time

    A 9-year-old child suffering from cerebral palsy cannot walk, stand, or speak—but he made an attempt to stand up as the national anthem began playing on... Read more

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    Bus Driver Risks Life to Rescue 20 Children From Burning School Bus

    A school bus driver in Maryland is credited with risking her own life to save 20 children from a burning bus. Reneita Smith’s bus, which... Read more

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    $300K Raised for 89-Year-Old Chicago ‘Popsicle Man’

    Fidencio Sanchez, 89, should be enjoying retirement, but instead lugs around an ice cream cart on the streets of Chicago. It was a disheartening sight... Read more

  • One of the keys to a long live could be a hormone called adrenomedullin. Researchers studying the residents of Acciaroli, an Italian village whose elderly often exceed 100 years of age, have found that many recorded relatively low levels of the hormone in their blood tests. (AOL Screenshot)

    Residents of This Italian Village Who Often Live Past 100 Could Hold Key to Longevity (Video)

    One of the keys to a long life could be a hormone called adrenomedullin. Researchers studying the residents of Acciaroli, an Italian village whose elderly... Read more

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    Ham Radio Operating: More Sophisticated ‘Sport’ Than You Think

    It was the end of a hard-fought contest at the 2014 World Radiosport Team Championship (WRTC). The first- and second-place winners had been agreed upon; the... Read more

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    Expecting Mother Reveals What It Means to Multitask

    A pregnant doctor’s act of supreme multitasking has captivated the attention of many. Dr. Megan Meier, a sports medicine physician, posted a picture of her... Read more

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    ‘Robin Hood Army’ Feeds the Poor in India, Pakistan (Video)

    Volunteers in India and Pakistan are taking leftovers from “the rich” to feed the poor. That’s why the group is called the Robin Hood Army... Read more

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    Taiwan Rated the Top Spot for Expats in 2016

    Taiwan, stands out above 66 countries and regions, topping the list of expat destinations, according to the latest InterNations Expat Insider Survey, just released. According... Read more

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    Can Social Media Make Older People Healthier?

    Older adults enjoy using Facebook, email, instant messaging, and other forms of social media—and doing so may even reduce loneliness and improve health. “Older adults... Read more

  • Michelle Burton holds an infant girl after finding her parents drug overdosed in an Alabama apartment on Aug. 31. (Facebook/Brian Burton)

    Touching Photo Shows Police Officer Comforting Baby Whose Parents Overdosed

    An Alamaba police officer is receiving praise for her care of a one month old baby whose parents had overdosed. In a photo posted onto... Read more

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    Mother’s Tearful Selfie Revealing Struggles of Parenting Goes Viral

    A young mother’s teary selfie accompanied by candid remarks about parenthood has gone viral. Allison Brothers, 22, posted an image of herself with tears welled up in... Read more

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    McDonald’s Employee With Down Syndrome Retires After 32 Years

    Longtime McDonald’s employee Freia David celebrated her retirement from the fast food industry after an incredible 32 years of service on Aug. 29, according to... Read more

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    Indonesian Man Claiming to Be 145 Years Old Says Key to Longevity Is Patience (Video)

    A man in Indonesia is claiming to be 145 years old, which would make him the oldest living person ever recorded, notes The Independent. His... Read more

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    9 Tips to Manage Your Fatigue With Ulcerative Colitis

    Ulcerative colitis causes fatigue and inflammation in the lining of the colon and rectum. Nearly 75 percent of inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) patients – including... Read more

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    Lyme Disease: A Hard Road to Diagnosis and Recovery

    When it comes to diseases spread by insects, all the headlines these days focus on the mosquito borne Zika virus. But for decades, Americans have... Read more

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    Dong Quai: A Super Women’s Herb That Works Best With Others

    Dong quai is one of the most famous herbs in traditional Chinese medicine. Sometimes called “female ginseng,” its thick, brown roots are best known for... Read more

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    What Is Infant Reflux and Will It Get Better?

    Gastro-oesophageal reflux is a condition that affects up to half of all babies under three months of age. It can happen multiple times a day,... Read more

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    Don’t Bank on Wearables to Keep Weight Off

    Wearable devices that monitor physical activity are not reliable tools for weight loss, say researchers. As a matter of fact, they may even have the... Read more

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    DIY Remedies for Bug Bites, Stings and Scratches (Infographic)

    Even the most vigilant families can fall prey to any number of summertime ailments, whether that’s overexposure to the sun, getting bit by mosquitoes or... Read more

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    Can Therapy Before Age 3 Wipe Out a Peanut Allergy?

    Preschool children with a peanut allergy were able to start eating peanuts after taking part in oral immunotherapy, a new study shows. The findings confirm... Read more

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    Answering the Same Questions Over and Over: How to Talk to People With Dementia

    If you care for or know someone with dementia, they’ve probably asked you “what are we doing today?”, “who are you?”, or “when are we... Read more

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    Rheumatoid Arthritis Triggered by Hormone Imbalance in Women

    Rheumatoid arthritis is triggered by estrogen and progesterone hormone imbalance in women. In the study published in Nature Review, the researchers point out that sexual dimorphism has... Read more

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    Thunder God Vine Treats Cancer and Joint Pain, but at a High Price

    Modern medicine often dismisses the value of herbs in treating illness. But a traditional Chinese herb known as thunder god vine (lei gong teng) is... Read more

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    Hypothyroidism vs. PCOS, Differences in Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment

    Hypothyroidism, also referred to as underactive thyroid, has been linked to PCOS, or polycystic ovary syndrome. While many studies show that these two conditions share... Read more

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    Why I Think All Men Should Have a Baseline PSA Test Starting at Age 40

    In 2012, the United States Preventive Service Task Force (USPSTF) advocated that urologists not routinely screen men without symptoms of prostate cancer using the prostate... Read more

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    Be the Boss of Your Brain

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    Sugar Industry Scandal: Paid Harvard Scientists to Shift Blame to Fat

    A sugar industry scandal is rocking the research world, serving as a strong reminder that public policy should take industry-sponsored studies with a grain of... Read more

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    Foods That Fight Depression Better Than Medication!

    If you want to improve your mood, lower feelings of stress, reduce cravings and addictions then one of the best ways to see these benefits... Read more

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    4 Things That Could Heal Childhood ADHD/ADD

    By Ash Stevens, Healing the Body A problem stays a problem until it’s fixed. ADHD is no exception. So, while pills and special interventions are... Read more

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    Drinking Peppermint Tea Boosts Memory

    Next time you head into an important meeting or you are giving a speech, you might consider drinking a cup of peppermint tea. Why, you may ask?... Read more

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    Most people are aware of the importance of vitamin D for good health and that it comes from the sun in its natural form. And many know... Read more

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    Swapping Just One Sugary Drink for Water Has Huge Health Benefits, Says Study

    Many factors contribute to obesity and chronic disease, but a significant body of evidence points to our love of sugar as the cause for our declining... Read more

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    Looking at Trashy Online Content May Be Bad for Your Brain

    These days, practically everyone turns to the internet to get informed or to be entertained. And while most of us are somewhat aware of how... Read more

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    Malala Yousafzai Speaks Out for Love and Education

    Malala Yosafzai, the youngest to ever receive the Nobel Peace Prize, has a message for everyone, a message everyone can apply to their lives. “A... Read more

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    Young Choir Sings to Honor Fallen War Hero on Flight

    Diane Hollifield Cupp was on a flight from Germany when she saw an Army private in uniform escorting the remains of a World War II... Read more

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    Four Teens’ Free Lawn Service Lifts Louisville Community

    It’s not every day that someone asks you if they can mow your lawn for free. But four teens in Louisville, Kentucky, are doing just... Read more

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    Father Surprises Little League Son on Birthday

    A Philadelphia little league baseball player was devastated when he learned his father hadn’t purchased him anything for his birthday—or so he thought. Braheim Fowler,... Read more

  • TV personality Robert Herjavec from "Shark Tank" visits LinkedIn for an Interview with Daniel Roth at LinkedIn Studios on April 26, 2016 in New York City.  (Photo by Ilya S. Savenok/Getty Images)

    Robert Herjavec of ‘Shark Tank’ Offers to Replace 4-Year-Old’s Stolen Prosthetic Leg

    Frank Brenes is “crushed” that his 4-year-old son’s prosthetic leg was stolen at a California beach over the weekend. Brenes and his family and friends were... Read more

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    A 6-Year-Old’s Dream Comes True: Garbage Man for a Day

    Six-year-old Ethan Dean, who at just 2 weeks old was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis, says he wants to be a garbage man when he grows up.  ... Read more

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    Police Officer Saves the Day for Woman and Son Stranded on Highway

    Angela Brown was waiting on the side of a Virginia highway for a tow truck after her mother’s car broke down, when police approached. “Henrico... Read more

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    Modern Knights Revive Chivalry as Cultural Reform

    Chivalry-Now is a movement that introduces a new form of chivalry for the 21st century. Founder Dean Jacques is a retired social worker. Throughout his... Read more

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    Creativity Makes the Everyday Vibrant

    While some enhance their creativity by reading books on the subject, such as “Wired to Create, Unraveling the Mysteries of the Creative Mind,” others study those who... Read more

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    Rental Car Employee John Goodlett Lends Helping Hand to Mom With Twins, Kindness Goes Viral

    Good isn’t only in John Goodlett’s name—he embodies it. When Coty Vincent entered a Tulsa, Oklahoma, Enterprise Rent-A-Car office on July 13, she encountered “one of... Read more

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    Children’s Hospital Uses Pokemon as ‘Sneaky Way’ to Get Kids Exercising

    A pediatric hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan, is using the recently launched Pokemon GO game to “help patients get out and see the world.” “It’s kind of a... Read more

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    Buffalo’s ‘Ice Creamcycle Dude’ Gives Away Cool Treats and Enables Warm Hearts

    James Karagiannis, known as the Ice Creamcycle Dude, is not a typical ice cream peddler.  Karagiannis, 36, recently started a pay-it-forward campaign to bring free ice... Read more

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    Man Who Walked 16 Miles to Two Jobs Gets a Free Car

    A man in New Hampshire walks 16 miles per day between his two minimum-wage jobs. Kyle Bigler works at both Dunkin’ Donuts and a Big... Read more

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    Homeless Student Lives in Tent Before College Starts; Then Community Helps

    While tensions have heightened between police officers and civilians in some places around the country, two security officers went out of their way to help a... Read more

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    Texas Woman Making and Donating Superhero Capes for Children of Dallas Police

    A woman of Frisco, Texas, wanted to honor real heroes and to give solace to children in pain. Alicia Lopez has been making superhero capes... Read more

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    Professor Becomes Street Librarian, Delivers Books to the Homeless by Bike

    A writing professor is hoping to give homeless people in Portland, Oregon, fodder for more stimulating conversations by giving them access to literature. Laura Moulton cycles... Read more

  • Essynce Moore, 13, and her mother Starr Barrett in New York City on July 13, 2016. Moore is a fashion designer, author, spa owner, and was recently named Teenpreneur of the Year by Black Enterprise. (Samira Bouaou/Epoch Times)

    With Mom’s Support, This 13-Year-Old Entrepreneur Is Taking the World by Storm

    Doing something you love is the inspiration behind unstoppable 13-year-old Essynce Moore—who proves that with a little support, opportunities are endless.  Moore’s drive and determination have allowed her to accomplish things... Read more

  • American flags at the graves of U.S. soldiers buried at Arlington National Cemetery, in preparation for Memorial Day in Arlington, Va., on May 21, 2015. (Win McNamee/Getty Images)

    Hundreds of Landscapers Volunteer at Arlington National Cemetery

    Hundreds of landscape professionals joined forces Monday to beautify Arlington National Cemetery, the final resting place for hundreds of thousands that served in the U.S... Read more

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    Healing Grief Through Serving Others, a Unique Trip to Nicaragua

    A lot of organizations provide a platform for those who are grieving to come together, but few provide a positive outlet. Catherine Stern and Carole... Read more

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    Video: Portuguese Boy Consoles Devastated French Fan After Soccer Win

    A crushed French fan was comforted by a young Portuguese boy after Portugal beat France 1-0 in the Euro 2016 final on July 10. The video shows... Read more

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    Shopping for functional and stylish home office furniture? You’re definitely not alone. The home office has become an increasingly important room in the Canadian home... Read more

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    Style File: Cottage Decor

    The cottage decor style is very welcoming and cozy. It is bursting with romance and personality and intended to make family and guests alike feel... Read more

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    For new parents, the urge to keep little ones entertained and enriched can often lead to a home so full of baby gear and toys... Read more

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    Style File explores the breezy, beachy world of coastal interior decor. Coastal is a real feel-good style that finds its anchors (pun very much intended)... Read more

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    Australian Couple Raffling Tropical Island Resort for $36 a Ticket

    An Australian couple is raffling their tropical island resort and scuba diving business, after living there for more than two decades. One lucky winner will... Read more

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    Building For Multi-Generational Households

    As housing prices continue to skyrocket and the inventory of Canadian homes becomes increasingly smaller, multi-generational homes have begun to experience a renaissance. Parents and... Read more

  • This photo taken April 8, 2016, shows town homes at The Cannery, which is set beside the plowed field of the small, urban farm that is a centerpiece of the community in Davis, Calif.  (Michelle Locke via AP)

    Agrihoods Take Root: A Housing Trend Rooted in Agriculture

    DAVIS, Calif.—”How ya gonna keep ’em down on the farm?” asks the old song. The answer may be: Build them an agrihood. Feeding off the... Read more

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    For couples setting up a new home together, it’s a challenge: how to merge two sets of stuff and two decorating styles into one space... Read more

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    A winter trip to the “Isle of Enchantment,” Puerto Rico, left me feeling sorry for many of my houseplants back home. The effects of steam-bath... Read more

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    Costly Real Estate Market Drives Home Renovations Industry, says EiEi

    Home renovations are big business in Canada, outstripping even residential real estate transactions. has tapped into the flourishing home renovation industry by establishing a... Read more

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    Finally, the warmer weather is here to stay. That means dining alfresco on freshly grilled delights. Instead of hiding indoors, time will be spent trading sips... Read more

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    Laundry Pods Poison More Children Every Year

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    Neglected Treasures Freshly Innovated in Milan Furniture Fair

    MILAN—Big Italian furniture brands turned out collections at the 55th Milan Furniture Fair that included forgotten or neglected treasures from their archives, along with fresh... Read more

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    Bees aren’t the only pollinators suffering from a massive North American die-off. Butterflies and moths, those flying flowers of the insect world, are disappearing too... Read more

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    Why This Incredible Creation Should Not Be Called Dr. Seuss House?

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    Man Turns Political Campaign Signs Into Awesome Camper for His Bike

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    Women in Craft: Making Their Mark, and Often a Living

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    2016 Cadillac CT6 3.6 L Premium Luxury: The Prestige Sedan Reinvented

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    2016 Acura TLX SH-AWD Advanced: The Proof Is in the Drive

    The 3.5 L direct-injection SOHC i-VTEC aluminum V6 engine delivers up to 290 hp and 267 lb-ft of torque. A push button starts the engine... Read more

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    2017 Nissan Armada: Once a Beast, Now the Beauty

    The powertrain that powers this Armada beauty is completely new. This year’s standard 5.6 L V8 Endurance engine provides 390 hp (up from 317) and... Read more

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    2016 Infiniti Q50 Red Sport 400: Feel the Intensity of Performance

    The Red Sport 400 houses the most powerful engine in the Q50 lineup—the new 3.0 L twin-turbo V6. This powerplant with direct fuel injection produces... Read more

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    2016 Audi A3 Cabriolet 2.0 TFSI quattro: Created for A Sunny Day Or A Sunny Disposition

    The Audi A3 Cabriolet has an acoustic folding roof with a unique space-saving system. This allows it to be stored almost seamlessly in an elegant,... Read more

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    2017 All-New Ford Super Duty: Toughest, Smartest, and Most Capable Super Duty Ever

    When it comes to building trucks, Ford knows it really well. And Ford makes the Super Duty trucks, which may just well be the hardest-working... Read more

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    2016 Subaru Forester 2.0XT Touring: Lots of Room, Lots of Possibilities

    In the Subaru Forester line, the 2.0XT Touring is the most refined and feature-laden trim. The 2.0 L aluminum alloy turbocharged 4-cylinder horizontally-opposed Boxer engine... Read more

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    Video: Rare Ultima GTR Supercar Spotted Swerving into Traffic in Russia

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    2016 Subaru Crosstrek 2.0i Premium: Up for Any Challenge

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    Dallas Cowboys Player With $3.5 Million Contract Still Drives Car He Bought for $2

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    2017 Hyundai Elantra Eco: Provides the Power for Self-Improvement

    The Elantra Eco has a surprising amount of power. This energy comes from the 1.4 L turbocharged inline-four engine, producing a maximum of 128 hp... Read more

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    2016 Chevrolet Camaro: Performance Personified

    Shortly after the Chevrolet Camaro hit the streets in September 1966 as a 1967 model it was transformed into a muscle car outfitted with Chevy’s... Read more

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    GM Recalling Almost 290,000 Chevrolet Impalas Over Air Bag Concerns

    Chevrolet Impala sedans from the 2009–2010 model years are being recalled by General Motors Co., according to a filing by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) on... Read more

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    2017 Volvo S90: A Scandinavian Sanctuary

    Malaga, Spain. Volvo selected the magnificent Mediterranean coastline of Spain to launch the beautiful S90 luxury automobile. The new fabulous Volvo S90 did not come... Read more

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    Rhode Island, the smallest state in the country, is the most dangerous state for senior drivers, a recent study says. An estimated 14 million Americans... Read more

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    Learning to Drive a Car Versus Learning to Fly a Plane

    Though the requirements for obtaining an operating license for air versus ground travel may vary in different regions, learning to drive in the United States is generally... Read more

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    2016 Honda Accord Sedan Touring: Inspiring Everywhere You Drive

    The Honda Accord has been on the Car and Driver 10 Best List a record 30 times. Accord is sophisticated and comfortable, and the Touring... Read more

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    Driver of Tesla Crash in Pennsylvania Says Autopilot Was On

    Another Tesla vehicle in autopilot mode has been involved in a crash, coming a week after the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said it is investigating the circumstances... Read more

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    Four Ways Brexit Will Hit Personal Finances

    British people have woken up to the news that their country has voted to leave the European Union. Along with this, there has been turmoil... Read more

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    How to Lower Your Car Insurance as a Convicted Driver

    We all make mistakes, and if you’ve been convicted of a crime while driving, you can see your insurance rates shoot through the roof. You’ve... Read more

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    Missouri Man Pays $50,000 Interest on $2,500 Payday Loan

    In 2003, Elliot Clark of Kansas City, Missouri, was desperate. His wife broke her ankle, she needed surgery, her health insurance didn’t cover it, and... Read more

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    5 Tips for Filing a Tax Extension

    With the April 15 tax deadline coming up, many taxpayers are feeling increasingly stressed. Many wish they simply had more time to compile the necessary... Read more

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    A Resurrection for Investment Clubs?

    While low-cost investing with “robo-advice” is one solution gaining traction for helping people invest, an avant-garde option—one that actually makes people better investors—could be group... Read more

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    A State-by-State Look at Unemployment Benefits

    Some states have been cutting back on the benefits offered to unemployed workers. Since the end of the recession, eight states have reduced the duration... Read more

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    Is That Credit Card With the Annual Fee Really Worth It?

    NEW YORK—The biggest months for adding and dropping credit cards are December and January, so now’s the time to make sure that $95 annual fee... Read more

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    IRS on the Line Looking for Money? More Likely a Scammer

    WASHINGTON—The Treasury Department has a message for taxpayers getting calls from the IRS demanding immediate payment: Hang up. Those aggressive, threatening calls are coming from... Read more

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    The Science Is In: Winning the Lottery Probably Won’t Make You Better Off

    Stories about the tragedies that have befallen lottery winners are so common that it’s almost a cottage industry in journalism. As the Powerball jackpot approaches... Read more

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    Equity Investing in 2016: Bull Market Still Has Legs

    Analysts expect a better year for stocks in 2016 than in 2015 with more compelling opportunities in Europe and Asia versus the U.S. That may... Read more

  • A customer pays for goods while shopping at the Atlanta Farmers Market in Atlanta on June 6, 2015. Wage growth has been perhaps the job market's biggest weakness since the recession ended. Pay increases have been both slow and uneven, highly dependent on your field of employment and, for many, not enough to keep pace even with a slow-rising cost of living. (AP Photo/David Goldman)

    What 2016 Will Do to Your Checkbook: Rent, Food, Gas, Raises

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    Uber Banking: Fintech Aims to Revolutionize Financial Services in Canada

    Fintech, applying cutting-edge technology to revolutionize financial services, is hot. As tech innovation disrupts industries like transportation and accommodation through companies like Uber and Airbnb... Read more

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    Q&A: How MyRA, a New Retirement Account, Works

    NEW YORK—It’s time to get saving. A government-backed individual retirement account announced nearly two years ago by President Barack Obama is now available across the... Read more

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    Credit Scores Can Reveal If You’re Healthy or Not

    A new study confirms what insurance companies already know: Credit scores can reveal how healthy you are. Researchers have uncovered a strong relationship between low credit... Read more

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    To Cut Costs, College Students Are Buying Less Food and Even Going Hungry

    Studies have long shown that a college student’s odds of achieving financial security and a better quality of life improve when he or she earns... Read more

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    Stay the Course During Stock Market Correction

    A stock market correction was long overdue, but understanding the bigger picture and seeing through the fear in financial markets can present some excellent opportunities... Read more

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    Why Americans Waiting Longer Than Ever to Buy First Homes

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    Extroverts Tend to Save Less Money

    Extroverted populations tend to have lower savings rates, new research shows. “Many of the choices that people make are influenced by their personality characteristics,” says... Read more

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    Do Student Loans Prevent New Small Businesses?

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    Vancouver Real Estate Market Keeps Surging

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    For Successful Business – Mum’s the Word

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    Women Aren’t Too Timid to Ask for Raises

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    Makerspaces Critical for Advancing Hardware Innovation, Learning

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    How Do Olympic Athletes Pay the Electric Bill?

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    Chess Grandmaster Garry Kasparov Fights the World’s Dictators

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    Fixing Canada’s Innovation Conundrum Demands Multi-Pronged Approach

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    Hardy Fred Harriss first picked up a hammer when he was 10 years old. The year was 1938, the time, before World War II even... Read more

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    Smokers Have a Harder Time Finding Jobs, Stanford Study Finds

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    Automation Won’t Destroy Jobs, but It Will Change Them

    The last few years have seen numerous studies pointing to a bleak future with technology-induced unemployment on the rise. For example, a pivotal 2013 study... Read more

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    We Need to Look Beyond Unemployment to Fix Labor Market Inequality

    When we think about disadvantages and challenges in the labor market, unemployment generally takes center stage, clearly exemplified by the monthly jobs report hype over... Read more

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    Colored Historical Photos Look Shockingly Lifelike

    You’ve probably seen these pictures before. Abraham Lincoln, Winston Churchill, John F. Kennedy. But chances are you’ve never seen them like this. The vintage artsy... Read more

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    Artist Creates Most Cute and Beautiful Pictures on Her Eyelids

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    Simplify Your Life to Take Control of Anxiety

    Most of us experience anxiety—moments when the stress we feel is out of proportion with the situation at hand and not helpful for dealing with... Read more

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    Artist Chisels Pencil Tips Into Stunning Sculptures

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    These are the 25 highest paying jobs in the U.S., according to the jobs and recruitment website Note that C-suite level jobs were excluded... Read more

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    Jobs Don’t Need to Be Lousy

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    Is It Even Possible to Have a Work-Life Balance?

    Back in the early 1980s, when I started researching the field of careers, the notion of “work-life balance” was decidedly embryonic. It certainly had almost... Read more

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    Family Travel in the Off-Season

    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. —Robert Frost Two... Read more

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    After School—Keys to a Happy Transition Each Day

    Something that surprised me when my children started attending school was how challenging the hour or two after school could be some days. After 6... Read more

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    Family on a Mission: How Embarking on a Quest Can Encourage You to Travel

    If extensive travel is a priority for your family, a fun and effective way to meet your goals is by embarking on a specific quest... Read more

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    Family Friendly Make Ahead Meals

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    Back to School Prep—Planning Ahead for the Busy Season

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    Family Travel Packing: The Kids’ Bags

    When it comes to family travel, recognizing and planning for the unique needs of your children is key. In general, children may find sitting still,... Read more

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    How Companies Learn What Children Secretly Want

    If you have children, you are likely to worry about their safety – you show them safe places in your neighborhood and you teach them... Read more

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    8 Strategies to Keep It Together While Getting Out the Door

    Leaving your home is something you completely take for granted before having children and that can lead you to feel like an utterly incompetent human afterwards. ... Read more

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    A family vacation—however simple or luxurious—is a wonderful antidote to today’s hectic, over-scheduled, digitally connected family life. The enormous benefits of unplugged, focused time together... Read more

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    Olympic Life Lessons—10 Reasons to Watch the Olympics With Your Children

    The 2016 Rio Olympics are underway. The very best athletes in the world have descended upon the city for their chance at Olympic gold.  Tune... Read more

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    A Parent’s Guide to August

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    It’s not every day that someone asks you if they can mow your lawn for free. But four teens in Louisville, Kentucky, are doing just... Read more

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    Social Media Stunts Children’s Morality, Say Parents

    Children are learning more anger and hostility, and less fairness and humility through social media, concerned parents say.  More than half of U.K. parents think popular... Read more

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    How Make the Most of a Rainy Summer Day

    Sometimes a rainy day interrupting the glorious summer weather can be a welcome change of pace and a great opportunity to slow down, check in, and... Read more

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    5 Tips for Planning a Multi-Generational Family Vacation

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    Kids Pray for Father’s Safe Return After Police Officer Shootings

    Multiple police shootings in Dallas and Baton Rouge this month have left families of police officers around the country on tenterhooks. The Indianapolis Metro Police... Read more

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    Don’t Dismiss Dads as Just the Breadwinners

    New research provides some of the most conclusive evidence to date of fathers’ importance to children’s outcomes. The study reinforces the idea that early childhood... Read more

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    Doing something you love is the inspiration behind unstoppable 13-year-old Essynce Moore—who proves that with a little support, opportunities are endless.  Moore’s drive and determination have allowed her to accomplish things... Read more

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  • (L-R) Chancellor of the Board of Regents Betty Rosa, Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther, and Regent Judith Johnson speaks with Middletown high school students (left) in Middletown on Sept. 6, 2016. (Yvonne Marcotte/Epoch Times)

    State Chancellor: How Have Middletown Schools Achieved So Much?

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  • Kindergarten school teacher Shannon Raftery poses for a photograph in her classroom as she prepares it for the upcoming school year in Philadelphia on Aug. 31, 2016. Raftery raised funds through crowdfunding to supplement the money she took out of each paycheck to pay for classroom supplies. (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

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    NEW YORK—Ms. Carver needs pencils, markers, and erasers for her seventh-graders. Ms. Olsen needs some koosh balls and ribbons to help her autistic children stay... Read more

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     MIDDLETOWN—Middletown’s Board of Education has set high goals for the school district. The Board of Education instituted Project 20/20 with ten goals to reach by... Read more

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    Making College Worth the Cost

    Americans are increasingly wondering if liberal arts colleges are worth the cost to both students and taxpayers. After noting the most important deficiencies, I propose... Read more

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    Music Training Speeds up Brain Development in Children

    Observing a pianist at a recital—converting musical notations into precisely timed finger movements on a piano—can be a powerful emotional experience. As a researcher of... Read more

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    Do we value self-control or indulgence? Do we value kindness and generosity or competitive self-interest? These are the questions educator Jeremy Tate asks us to... Read more

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    Coding for Kids

    Kids are amazing at learning new technologies. They can learn to use smartphones or tablets before they are able to talk. But merely using new... Read more

  • More than 250,000 Syrian refugee children in Lebanon are out of school, despite efforts by the government and donors, Human Rights Watch said calling it an "immediate crisis." (HASSAN JARRAH/AFP/Getty Images)

    ‘Crisis’ in Lebanon for Syrian Children out of School

    Mariam Khatib, a 15-year-old Syrian refugee in Lebanon, says she has just one wish in life – to be able to go back to school... Read more

  • In this Sept. 13, 2015, file photo, Miss America 2015 Kira Kazantsev crowns Miss Georgia Betty Cantrell as Miss America 2016 in Atlantic City, N.J. (AP Photo/Noah K. Murray, File)

    Miss America Launches Education Scholarship for Former Winners

    Miss America continues to advocate for women’s education. The non-profit organization announced on July 19 the launch of a new scholarship that will offers financial assistance... Read more

  • Children who continue to learn during the summer break from school avoid a decline in knowledge that compounds over the years, experts say. (Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock)

    Experts Encourage Parents to Keep Kids Learning Over the Summer

    The final days of the school year are met with excitement from students across the nation. Children rush out of classrooms as the final bell rings... Read more

  • Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton (R) holds hands with NEA President Lily Eskelsen Garca (L) after she addressed the 95th Representative Assembly of the National Education Association July 5, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Alex Wong/Getty Images)

    Clinton Looks to Raise Teacher Wages, Revamp Testing in New Education Plan

    The students at Charles L. Spain Elementary-Middle School in Detroit are not participating in much physical education—school conditions don’t allow for it. A faulty roof leaked rainwater... Read more

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    Kindergartens in the Forest Allow Children to Sync With Nature

    The rapid growth of technology in our society has inevitably made its way into classrooms, spurred on by educators across the nation. School districts continue... Read more

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    Higher Education Pays for Itself Many Times Over

    The relative neglect of higher education investment in political debate is a missed opportunity. The economic evidence is that not only does higher education build... Read more

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    10-Year-Old Awarded PhD-Level Fellowship

    The sky’s the limit for 10-year-old Eva, who recently applied to the Paris Summer Innovation Fellowship last month, in hopes of building Thymio robots. “The streets of Paris... Read more

  • First lady Michelle Obama  visits a woman education program in Monrovia, Liberia, on June 27.
US First Lady Michelle Obama told girls in Liberia on Monday to fight to stay in school, as she visited the west African country where the vast majority drops out due to financial pressures. (ZOOM DOSSO/AFP/Getty Images)

    For Girls in Liberia, Going to School Is a Delicate Venture

    Jomalin Kamara is one of the lucky few young girls in Liberia who completed primary school. And it wasn’t easy—there were cultural quagmires she had to navigate along... Read more

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    Just Graduated? Does It Make You Feel Like a Grown Up?

    We may think that a simple age cutoff – such as 18 – should make us feel like adults. And why not? After all, crossing... Read more

  • An Eastern firefly, Photinus pyralis. (Wikimedia/art farmer, CC BY-SA)

    June Weather Means Fireflies Are Showing, Lawns Are Glowing

    LINCOLN, Neb.—The glow of fireflies is nothing short of magic. It’s the joy of watching them light up in the grass, or catching them and... Read more

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    How to Plant a Fall Vegetable Garden

    By Susan Grimes, Organic Lifestyle Magazine In the midst of summer fun, those who love garden fresh greens for months to come will take the time... Read more

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    This Free Lunch for 5,000 People Was Made From Food That Would’ve Been Wasted

    We’ve all heard the phrase, “When in doubt, throw it out.” Chances are, that mentality has contributed to the pitching of perfectly good leftovers into... Read more

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    How to Make Your Own Compost Tea

    By Ali Lawrence, Organic Lifestyle Magazine If you’re still using plain old compost, you’re living in the past. These days gardeners are raving about the wonders... Read more

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    Swede Designs Tiny Bike-Car for Healthy Commuting in Tough Weather

    Mikael Kjellman really likes to bike, but where he lives (in Sweden) the weather is not always conducive to biking. Fortunately, Kjellman works as a design... Read more

  • Clear skies provide good views of The Milky Way, Kosciuszko National Park, New South Wales. (Luke Tscharke/WWF-Aus)

    Earth Hour: Community Action Key

    SYDNEY—Earth Hour, conceived in Sydney in 2007 as a one-off community event, is now a global phenomena. On March 19 this year, over 172 countries... Read more

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    Understanding the Heart of Chinese Medicine

    Modern people typically believe that the brain rules the body. But according to ancient Chinese doctors, the heart is in charge. In traditional Chinese medicine,... Read more

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    Green Living: The Most Effective Oven Cleaner

    By Natalie Miller, Organic Lifestyle Magazine Cleaning your oven with baking soda and vinegar will leave it sparkling clean and shiny, without you having to rely... Read more

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    A Healthy Way to Build Communities

    Mark Winne, an author and anti-hunger activist, often says that the most important word in “community garden” isn’t “garden.” I saw this firsthand not long... Read more

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    How to Use Vinegar and Baking Soda to Clean Your Home

    PPBy Allene Edwards, Organic Lifestyle Magazine When it comes to cleaning your home, how do you choose products? Marketing companies try to convince us that scrubbing... Read more

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    Is the Meat Industry More Sustainable Than California’s Almond Plantations?

    By Ethan A. Huff, contributing writer to Natural News When “progressives” speak about unsustainable food production, they often go after meat products as being among the worst... Read more

  • A view through a canopy of trees in full fall color Oct. 24, 2015, along Skyline drive in Shenandoah National Park in Virginia. (Karen Bleier/AFP/Getty Images)

    All National Parks to Offer Free Admission on 16 Days in 2016

    WASHINGTON—The National Park Service turns 100 years old in 2016 and wants everyone to celebrate! All national parks will waive their entrance fees on 16... Read more

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    Why Gardening Is Good for Your Mind as Well as Your Body

    More than half the planet’s population now live in cities, with limited access to the natural world. For Europe and Latin America, the figure is... Read more

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    How to Get Rid of Black Mold for Good (Infographic)

    If you detect black mold in your house, it is important that it be removed as soon as possible. Toxigenic black mold can quickly take... Read more

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    Simple DIY Rose Water

    It’s rose water season! Can you get your hands on some fragrant rose petals? If yes, then you can make some amazing rose water that you... Read more

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    Cowspiracy Will Expand Your Perception of the Modern Meat Industry

    If you haven’t had the pleasure of getting your mind ripped wide open by the movie Cowspiracy, I will tell you it is a highly intelligent... Read more

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    France Has a Great Plan for Its Soil—And It’s Not Just About Wine

    French wine lovers have always taken their soil very seriously. But now the country’s government has introduced fresh reasons for the rest of the world... Read more

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    Goal Zero Venture 30: Rugged Waterproof Power Pack & Solar Charger

    When you need reliable offgrid power for charging phones, cameras, tablets, or other mobile devices, a portable solar charger and power pack are just what... Read more

  • This is what happens when baking soda and acid (in this case vinegar) interact. (Kate Ter Haar/Flickr/CC BY)

    28 Baking Soda Hacks to Make Life Easier

    Forget about cakes and cookies–baking soda is one of the most useful items you could (and should!) have in your kitchen, and for more reasons... Read more

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    How Apple Cider Vinegar Can Change Your Life

    Vinegar is said to have been discovered around 5000 BC, when unattended grape juice turned into wine and then vinegar. Originally used as a food... Read more

  • Lalomanu Beach, island of Upolu. (Joyce MacPhee)

    Samoa: A Tropical Paradise With a Rare View of the Moon

    Samoa. The word rolls off the tongue easily, like a gentle tropical breeze. This tiny country halfway between New Zealand and Hawaii spans less than... Read more

  • Sculptor Gutzon Borglum (L) directs drillers suspended by cables from the top of the mountain as they work on the head of President George Washington at the Mount Rushmore Memorial in the Black Hills area near Keystone, S.D., on July, 22, 1929. (AP Photo)

    75 Years of Mount Rushmore, a Boon for Tourism, Creativity

    SIOUX FALLS, S.D.—It was a historian’s idea: carve gigantic sculptures into the granite pinnacles of the Black Hills of South Dakota, significant Western figures like... Read more

  • The Mayan ruins at Tulum in Mexico during the off season. (Benjamin Chasteen/Epoch Times)

    Family Travel in the Off-Season

    Two roads diverged in a wood, and I— I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference. —Robert Frost Two... Read more

  • The Cité du Vin, located in the heart of the Bordeaux wine region, is a celebration of wine culture and history. (Susan James)

    Bordeaux’s New Cité Du Vin: A Must-See on France’s Wine Road

    If there’s one thing that’s synonymous with France, it’s wine. This spring, an ambitious new installation, Cité du Vin, opened in Bordeaux. Intended to “promote... Read more

  • Airbnb co-founder and CEO Brian Chesky speaks during the Fortune Global Forum on Nov. 4, 2015 in San Francisco, California. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

    Airbnb Apologizes for Racism Complaints, Outlines Changes

    NEW YORK—Airbnb on Thursday apologized for its slow response to accusations of racism and outlined new policies to combat the problem, including reducing the prominence... Read more

  • Expats enjoy Taiwanese food. (Courtesy of Taiwan Travel and Living Channel)

    Taiwan Rated the Top Spot for Expats in 2016

    Taiwan, stands out above 66 countries and regions, topping the list of expat destinations, according to the latest InterNations Expat Insider Survey, just released. According... Read more

  • The Mount Washington Hotel and Resort in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, built in the late 1800s by a local tycoon. (Courtesy of Omni Mount Washington Resort)

    Late Summer Magic in New England

    New England is world-famous for its spectacular autumn scenery, and for that reason many choose to visit this northeastern U.S. region during the fall. Often... Read more

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    Family on a Mission: How Embarking on a Quest Can Encourage You to Travel

    If extensive travel is a priority for your family, a fun and effective way to meet your goals is by embarking on a specific quest... Read more

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    Travel as an Education in Itself

    “Experience, travel. These are an education in themselves.” —Euripides Few experiences can offer an education as whole as that of travel. Rather than feel guilty... Read more

  • View from Round Hill Hotel and Villas in Montego Bay, home to popular beaches like Doctor’s Cave Beach and Walter Fletcher Beach. (Courtesy Round Hill Hotel and Villas)

    Jamaica: Why ‘Ya Mon’ Brings You Back for More

    Known as the happiest island in the Caribbean, Jamaica is world-famous for much of what we take for granted today, like Bob Marley and jerk... Read more

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    Family Travel Packing: The Kids’ Bags

    When it comes to family travel, recognizing and planning for the unique needs of your children is key. In general, children may find sitting still,... Read more

  • Hehuan mountain taken at 3,200 metres, on the highest road in Taiwan. (Song Bilong/Epoch Times)

    Indulging in Taiwan: Third Time’s a Charm

    Last summer, I went to visit Taiwan for the third time, and really enjoyed the homey feeling of this beautiful island. People say third time... Read more

  • 5 Fun Ways to Commemorate Your Family Vacation

    A family vacation—however simple or luxurious—is a wonderful antidote to today’s hectic, over-scheduled, digitally connected family life. The enormous benefits of unplugged, focused time together... Read more

  • The Yehliu Geopark in Taiwan has become a popular tourist destination due to its variety of otherworldly rock formations; however, human contact and natural elements have put some of the structures at risk. (AOL Screenshot)

    Bizarre Rocky Landscape at Taiwanese Park Seems to Belong to Another Planet (Video)

    Northern Taiwan’s Yehliu Geopark features an almost otherworldly landscape of rocks and other natural formations. The narrow, approximately one-mile-long stretch contains mushroom, ginger, and other... Read more

  • A hot air balloon drifts above wildebeest on Tanzania's Serengeti Plain. (Barbara Angelakis)

    An Unforgettable Tanzanian Safari

    Tanzania is a country of abundant natural beauty situated on the east coast of Africa. It boasts an amazing seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, 16... Read more

  • Summer 2014, Pontoosuc Lake, Lanesborough. (Ogden Gigli)

    The Berkshires: Hitting the High Notes for Fitness and Culture

    The Berkshires in western Massachusetts, a two-and-a-half-hour drive from Boston, are picture-perfect with rolling hills and leafy knolls. It’s no wonder the Gilded Age’s high... Read more

  • Xiuguluan River (Rafting)

    The Wonders of Taiwan’s East Coast

    Though Taiwan is an island country only somewhat larger than the state of Maryland, its mountains and history make for a land of variety, be... Read more

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    How to Eat Well on Your Next Family Vacation

    I know. I know. “It’s vacation.” All rules are out the window right?  Food is such an integral part of experiencing a different place and... Read more

  • Sidi Bou Said. (Mohammed Reza Amirinia)

    Tunisia: A Historical Treasure Trove

    Editor’s note: Canada, the United States, and the United Kingdom all advise exercising a high degree of caution if travelling to Tunisia due to the... Read more

  • The fairytale-like Neuschwanstein Castle, a 19th-century Romanesque Revival palace perched on a rugged hill above the village of Hohenschwangau in southwest Bavaria.   (Anisha Sreddy/Public Domain)

    Bavaria: Fairy-Tale Castles and BMW World

    I’m not sure what I expected when I boarded my Lufthansa flight from Ottawa to Bavaria’s capital, Munich. Sure, images of fairy-tale castles flanked by... Read more

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