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The device you have with you the most can also be the one that lets you get the most stuff done.

A close analysis of why typing in lower case and other rogue linguistic habits have reached critical mass.

If we continue business as usual, by the middle of the century the average number of days that feel hotter than 100 degrees will more than double.

Some archaeologists argue it’s essential to preserve the history of lunar exploration. But would it represent a claim of U.S. sovereignty over the moon?

Umber Presents: "The Sound Issue" Release Party Mike Nicholls’ Umber Magazine has put out amazing themed issues for the last three years. Each issue is focused on the artisanal quality of the printed page, and last year’s issue, themed on relationships, sold out in less than six months. This year’s issue on music promises to be snatched off the local shelves even faster. Featuring the words and music of DJ Nina Sol, Mani Draper, Yasmeena and more, Umber Magazine’s official release will include…

Many Americans are sleep-deprived. But you can’t always solve the problem by logging more hours.

FaceApp reveals convoluted process amid calls by Democrats for the company to be investigated over national security concerns.

The company beat analyst expectations on both earnings per share and revenue. The only small disappointment was a lack of growth in the Xbox business.

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is getting rid of a policy that let pollution enforcement officials drop in at power and chemical plants for unannounced inspections.

The Raise the Wage Act is unlikely to go anywhere in the Senate, but the action in the House shows that momentum is continuing to build around improving the long-stagnant minimum wage.

The EPA rejected a petition by environmental and public health groups to ban a widely used pesticide that has been linked to neurological damage in children, though a federal court said last year there was “no justification” for rejecting the ban.

When everyone is an influencer, no one is an influencer—and Instagram’s user interface is partly to blame.

Newly announced plans to retire part of a coal plant in Indiana adds the largest single coal unit yet to a growing list of completed and planned coal retirements in the U.S.

Welcome to our DIY News Digest. The focus of the Digest is all things DIY: gardening, painting, home repair, cooking, tools, remodeling and more. Articles an... by Cole Hardware

It’s nearly all the debt currently in the hands of debt collectors in Los Angeles—and it cost a lot less than $30 million to do.

One in six Americans have some sort of caregiving responsibility, yet their employers do little to support them. That’s costing the company money.

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- In a recent interview with Eva McKend of Spectrum News, Donald Trump’s EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler was pressed about his reaction to Trump’s racist attacks on four women of color in Congress -- Representatives Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and Ayanna Pressley. Wheeler twice refused to condemn Trump’s racism and instead pivoted to his own attacks on Congress while distorting the effects…

The beer brand takes a well-earned swipe at the growing trend of pop-ups, branded streetwear, and exclusivity—by joining the trend.

Conversations about controversial topics can be difficult, painful, and emotionally charged. This user-friendly guide will help you engage in effective, compassionate discussions with family, friends, colleagues, and even strangers about race, immigration, gender, marriage equality, sexism, marginalization, and more.

Maybe you'd like to create for yourself. After all, connecting to our creativity helps us connect to ourselves. It helps us to connect to our dreams and our emotions. It helps us to connect to ou

Rock Springs, WY-- The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will meet on July 18th and 19th to decide whether or not to require hunters to carry bear spray in grizzly bear habitat, how to control the spread of chronic wasting disease, and adopt regulations for wolf hunting, among other topics.

Northern Ireland-born Leon McCarron explores the effects of borders on the people that live around them amid today’s growing fear of ‘the other’.

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Did you know that the retail industry has historically been very early adopters of new technology and the use of big data? What can other industries learn from retail? And after listening to this podcast, you will never enter a store with the same mindset again.

Promoters of the traveling festival want you to celebrate and heal at the same time.

How Oakland is getting scooter regulation right — and changing the complexion of urban transportation.