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Trendy fall pairs from designers like Gucci and Balenciaga will add a few extra pounds to your overall body mass. But is that a good thing?

In the heart of the old city, a local historian discovered strange Hebrew inscriptions.

The Affordable Care Act’s federal exchange system for insurance was breached and about 75,000 consumer files compromised, the Trump administration said Friday.

A private-equity firm is urging oil producer Resolute Energy to merge with a rival, the latest salvo in a growing campaign by some investors to force shale drillers to consolidate.

Do you often focus on your flaws and failures? Is your inner critic often in over drive? Research shows that self-compassion may be the answer to your self-criticism, helping build your mastery, confidence and performance. Here's how to build it and why you must.

The ride-hailing service can be a boon for local public transit, but only in certain kinds of markets.

Tasso Katselas was prolific in his home city for the second half of the 20th century, but his work remains underappreciated.

October 12, 2018
Delivering highly reliable care is a challenge throughout the care continuum, but nowhere more so than in the complex environment of critical care. Banner Health recognized these challenges and decided to focus efforts on improving care of high-acuity patients. Multiple studies convinced Banner that daily intensivist involvement with critically ill patients leads to improved survival, shortened length of stay and reduced complications, but…

Susan Sontag's 'Notes on Camp' gives 58 definitions of this year's Met Gala theme. Here are seven

Rather than compete for a slot in one of the city's specialized high schools, I am choosing for her to be “left behind.”

While enthusiasm for blockchain use in the provision of insurance and reinsurance continues to grow, most insurance industry blockchain applications are still in development... Click to read this alert by C&M's Laura Foggan and Brendan Mullan.

In Marriott hotels across the country, employees are striking for better wages and benefits—but also for the right to decide how technology is used in their industry.

As amazing as fringe benefits sound, it turns out that millennials seek substantial benefits from their employers, not just fun add ons.

Taking your Social Security benefits at the right time may help maximize your benefit.

There are several types of job and career fairs, from ones scheduled on college campuses for students to industry-specific ones for professionals held as stand-alone events or ones held in conjunction with local, regional or national conferences. Nevertheless, they all have one common theme: It is a forum for an organization to meet and screen a high volume of potential job candidates. Whether you are a…

You may have heard the famous saying that “nothing is certain but death and taxes.” But what happens when death precedes taxation, and how are the decedent’s survivors financially impacted? These are critical questions affecting

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Also: The neighborhoods buried in student debt, and the fight to integrate New York’s specialized schools.

The V&A Museum in London has announced the launch of “Christian Dior: Designer of Dreams,” a comprehensive show exploring the history and influence of the house from 1947 to the present day, set to open its doors in February 2019
Based on the major exhibition “Christian Dior: Couturier du Rêve,” organized by the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris, the show, which has been reimagined for…

Communities from St. Peters to Edwardsville, and coming soon to Crestwood and St. Charles, are already working with police to provide home surveillance video.

Tomorrow is World Mental Health Day, and we want to open up a conversation about mental health, especially for women in STEM.

A new study led by York University researchers has found that fluoride levels in urine are twice as high for pregnant women living in Canadian cities where fluoride is added to public drinking water as for those living in cities that do not add fluoride to public water supplies.

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Fashion columnist Lynn Yaeger assesses the wardrobe options (or lack thereof ) for women running for office.

Designed for reliable and economical chemical injection, new Hydra-Cell Metering Solutions SM Series electronic solenoid metering pumps from Wanner Engineering, Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, are available to meet applications in the municipal and industrial water purification and wastewater treatment industry, metering of chemicals for disinfection and pH neutralization for swimming pool treatment, and de-chlorination treatment for Reverse Osmosis (RO) film.

Questions about David Price, middle relief and the bottom of the lineup subsided as Boston clinched the American League pennant.

The federal agency just launched a feel-good photoblog called "Humans of HUD." Just what are these portraits of real-life housing aid recipients telling us?

Asian CEOs are mostly declining to take a stand on whether they will speak at an investment conference that has become contentious after the suspected death of Saudi journalist, a contrast with U.S. and European counterparts.

Facebook has hired Britain’s former deputy prime minister, Nick Clegg, as its top policy and communications executive, giving a Silicon Valley outsider the task of mending the social network’s image.

Technology is a vital part of every business, which means that all professionals should have a working understanding of the rapidly evolving rules. C&M's Gabe Ramsey will present "Trade Secrets and Internal Investigations." Click to learn more.

The oil industry has a wastewater problem. As shale drilling has grown, so has the issue of how to dispose of the huge amounts of water required of the process. After years of injecting brackish wastewater back into wells thousands of feet below the surface, scientists have become concerned that pressure in disposal wells is building to unsustainable levels from overuse.