The criticism came swiftly last week after Atlantic magazine published a writer’s account saying that Sen. Al Franken “groped” her in 2009 by putting his hand on her waist during a photo op, “grabbing a handful of flesh” and squeezing…
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12/10/2017
As home prices continue to rise, many prospective buyers are getting priced out and are forced to stay in the rental market longer. This in turn drives up rental prices and drives down vacancy rates. Consequently, rent as a percentage…
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12/6/2017
While it’s clear that a college degree helps one’s employment prospects, studies have shown that some degrees are in much higher demand than others. To see which college majors boast the best employment numbers, StudySoup, a college learning community,...
12/5/2017
WalletHub used 23 metrics to compare the quality and efficiency of state-government services across five distinct categories — Education, Health, Safety, Economy, and Infrastructure & Pollution — taking into account the drastically different rates at...
12/1/2017
Curators have worked for years to build the collection at the massive Museum of the Bible, a $500-million facility that recently opened in Washington, D.C. Here's a look inside.Learn more:...
11/30/2017
Hundreds of Argentine kids who were born without limbs are now able to write, play sports and make music thanks to low-cost prosthetic hands devised by Gino Tubaro, a 21-year-old inventor whose work was praised by President Barack Obama during…
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11/30/2017
Researchers analyzed DNA from 209 cats as old as 9,000 years, including Egyptian cat mummies, to reveal the pet cat's origin story.Learn more:...
11/28/2017
SANTA CATALINA ISLAND, Calif. (TNS) — Nearly a century ago, an amateur archaeologist and showman named Ralph Glidden dug up Native American burial sites on Catalina and other Channel Islands off Southern California’s coast.
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11/26/2017