Global Discontent Rising Around the World

Experts note that there are strategies taxpayers can use to navigate the system, separate real IRS audits from scams and maximize their chances of...

6 Ways to Help Someone With Depression

HAVE YOU EVER HAD A friend or family member struggle with depression, and you weren't sure how to help? Maybe you were afraid of...

Critical thinking enhances performance

In the global educational domain there has been, for several years already, a pronounced focus on developing critical thinking in schools and learning institutions....

5 Barriers to Critical Thinking

Quite often, discussion of Critical Thinking (CT) revolves around tips for what you or your students should be doing to enhance CT ability. However,...

Amazon chooses New York City, Northern Virginia for HQ2

Amazon is moving into New York City and Northern Virginia. The company announced Tuesday it plans to locate its new "HQ2" headquarters in both areas, ending a year-long...

APLU names six public research universities as finalists for 2018 Innovation & Economic Prosperity...

The Association of Public and Land-grant Universities (APLU) today named six public research institutions as finalists for its sixth annual Innovation & Economic Prosperity...

Companies lack plans to add more women to management, despite CEO pledges: Study

There’s no shortage of corporate leaders who say they care about diversity and pledge to promote more women. The executives in charge of human...

Army Corps, Texas officials propose sweeping hurricane protection plan

Following years of research, studies and public debate, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers — in partnership with the state’s General Land Office —...

‘Stories and scars:’ CFP Board diversity summit spotlights difficult road ahead

"You can't be what you can't see." That's one of the primary messages the CFP Board is trying to send as part of its ongoing...

Weigh an Online Master’s Program to Study International Business

Ed Galasso may be 67 years old, but he has no plans to stop working completely. The South Carolina resident, who describes himself as...

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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...