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Learn how to handle reptiles and best keep their habitat clean to provide a safe environment for your reptile, friends and family.

The automobile industry is about to be massively disrupted. The shift from internal combustion engines to electric vehicles is unstoppable and will happen faster than almost anyone anticipates. Here's why...

Introduction and the brief history of music. Get to know the music periods and history of medieval, renaissance, baroque, classical, romantic era music. Through the history of music, we find increasing evidence of its key role in sacred and secular settings.

The Arthritis Foundation is the leading nonprofit organization dedicated to the prevention, control and cure of arthritis in the United States.

This hasn't been a great month for two of the titans of tech. Both Apple and Microsoft have been plagued with bug-riddled updates to their operating systems. In Apple's case, their new iOS 12 had to be patched just three...

Fans long feared Google might one day give up the ghost town. Everybody else wondered: What took them so long?

Switchfoot have broken their hiatus with "Native Tongue," the first single off their forthcoming album of the same name.

Three reasons why you’ll be seeing the reboot of the classic horror movie in theaters this weekend.

U.K.-based trip-hop duo Massive Attack have found a use for the band's newly DNA-encoded 1998 album "Mezzanine": reissuing the album as spray paint.

New analysis is latest voting rights controversy in race pitting secretary of state Brian Kemp against Democrat Stacey Abrams

This week’s FTC hearings on the growing power of companies like Amazon, Facebook, and Google only included economists who have taken money, directly and indirectly, from giant corporations that have a stake in the debate.

The West Potomac Band cleaned up at Stafford High School Showcase on Saturday, winning in four categories en route to being crowned Grand Champion.

As many as 30,000 people made up of a mix of both civilian and military personnel have had their personal and financial information exposed. This exposure is what has been reported as a major security breach of the Pentagon. This...

NBC News' Cal Perry travels to Montana to preview the state's Senate race between Jon Tester and Matt Rosendale.

It's now the second biggest lottery in U.S. history, trailing only a 2016 Powerball prize that reached $1.58 billion.

Create a fresh, intentional approach to meetings. When meetings draw employees away from day-to-day tasks but fail to reach their intended outcome, it has huge costs to the organization. All too often, this happens because meetings lack purpose—people gather together to discuss a problem but don’t know how to approach it strategically. Consider that the typical leader spends at least 10 hours a week in meetings…

Teacher questions: I am an elementary literacy coach. A trend I am seeing in our K-2 classrooms are center activities not aligned to measurable outcomes. My question is, in a room of 24 first graders, when the teacher is pulling a small group to deliver targeted instruction, what does research say is best for what the other students to be doing? I'm struggling to find a model that we can confidently start driving towards.

This month we’re spotlighting a collection of spooky crowdfunding campaigns that will help you ring in Halloween the right way.

Unique, useful and fun booth giveaways from the exhibition hall at MRO Europe 2018.

Who dies first? Who laughs last? Kruger’s iconic piece, Untitled (Questions), was reinstalled this week at MOCA.

To keep the recruiting pipeline filled, motor carriers are using technologies to generate more leads and manage early contacts with drivers.

Some days, nothing seems to go right, no matter how hard you try. Read these inspiring words to get you through a particularly difficult day.

​Cut services, layoffs, reduced employee benefits—these are just some of the reasons employers said they opposed the 2016 overtime rule during a hearing the Department of Labor held on its upcoming proposed overtime rule.

AARP compared data from thousands of online job postings to determine which career fields will need the most new workers in the next two years. In many cases, the organization found, older workers already have the skills that these jobs require.