Kansas votes to remove Martin Luther King’s name from one of city’s most historic...

Civil rights icon Dr Martin Luther King’s name will be removed from one of Kansas City's main roads after residents voted overwhelmingly to replace...

Agencies Ramp Up Classified Plans to Protect 2020 Elections

An array of agencies acted on Monday to both review past and prevent future foreign intrusions in the U.S. election process. It’s a subject that...

How easy is it for international students to land a Swiss job?

Foreign nationals holding a degree from a Swiss university and wanting to find work in the Alpine nation got some help from the law...

Why McDonald’s Might Be Training Your Next Great Hire

No question about it, “soft skills” have a PR problem. “Calling them ‘soft’ sounds derogatory. It sounds weak,” observes Jeremy Auger, co-founder and strategy chief...

Land a Job by Reframing Your Work Experience

How often have you considered the requirements in a job posting and found that you were missing a few of the desired qualifications? While...

New Haven company plans to add 150 jobs

Continental Diamond Tool, New Haven, plans to invest $5.5 million in real estate improvements and new equipment and more than double its workforce, according...

What The 4th Industrial Revolution Will Mean For Your Career

We are at the beginnings of a new industrial revolution that will not only fundamentally transform most industries and businesses but will also have...

Company news: Heather Shannon joined Oswego County Opportunities

Heather Shannon, NP joins Oswego County Opportunities (OCO). She works with patients in the reproductive health services department. Most recently, she worked at Upstate Medical University as...

Advertising, Payments a Powerful Combo for eBay

Shares of e-commerce leader eBay Inc (Nasdaq: EBAY) were up nearly 3 percent on Wednesday after a rare double upgrade from Morgan Stanley. Analyst Brian Nowak says...

U.S. Shuts Down Backpage, a Classified-Ad Website, Indicts Co-Founders

Federal officials said they were shutting down Backpage, a controversial classified-ad website that has long been accused by political leaders and law-enforcement officials of...

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U.S. NEWS Bedbugs released at Pennsylvania Walmart prompt investigation

Pennsylvania State Police are investigating after bed bugs were released in a Walmart changing room. A manager at the Walmart store in Washington Township told...

Iran strike puts U.S. cybersecurity experts on alert

Almost immediately after news broke that the United States had killed Gen. Qassem Soleimani, a high-profile Iranian military commander, in Iraq, John Hulquist’s inbox...

Mount Holyoke prof tried to kill colleague in case of unrequited love, police said

A college art professor, wielding a fire poker and garden shears, tried to kill a colleague in a case of unrequited love, Massachusetts police...

Striking for the Common Good

WHEN TEACHERS IN Chicago reached an agreement with the city to end a historic 11-day strike Thursday, it marked the closure of a labor...

Relieving the Stigma of Epilepsy

PEOPLE WITH EPILEPSY all too commonly experience psychological distress such as anxiety or depression. One of the contributing factors is something that's not often...