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If a trip overseas isn’t in the books, here is Wellington Apothecary’s picks for the best all-natural, organic, and recyclable beauty products.

"We believe union labor is the safest workforce, has the most talent and can meet a schedule better," Louis Coletti says

No longer a sign of failed cooking, charred dishes are proving popular in restaurants around the world.

Lawmakers suggested they had not reached a decision after President Trump told them that the fate of the Chinese telecom company was closely tied to geopolitical negotiations.

An executive at the giant retailer signed a document that indicated the property was being purchased with a loan from a large shelter operator.

The White House plans to propose merging the Departments of Labor and Education as part of a broader reorganization of the federal government, according to a person with knowledge of the proposal.

A legal advocacy group filed an ethics complaint this week against four Louisiana district attorneys over their practice of shifting thousands of traffic tickets into lucrative pre-trial diversion programs. It

At the chapter of 1591, St. John retired from office as definitor and consulter. Gregory of the Holy Angel, elected to the consulta at the chapter, recalled in 1627 that John had been left without office so that he could …

No matter where she moves to next, Atlanta-based designer, Brittany Shields knows how to pull together a home that feels at the same time novel and her own. She moved from a big suburban home to cool minimalist loft in Ponce City Market to this brownstone-style duplex off of Piedmont Park in Atlanta. Each space had its own unique character that she was able to harness and put her own personalized touch. In her latest home, she was inspired by the brownstones in…

Jason and M.K. Williams learned to live on less when they were paying off debt, but they haven’t given up on frugality now that they’re debt-free.

Immigrant and civil rights activists emblazoned the facade of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., with a reminder about the Trump administration’s cruel and barbaric policy tearing babies from the arms of migrant parents at the...

A judge strikes down a uniquely harsh law, sanctions Kris Kobach and sends a message to other states about voting rights.

For the past year and a half, I have been living in a state of in-between. Since the announcement of my retirement in February of last year and the consecration of Caryle Hughes on September 22, I have been on a journey that has been both wonderful and weird. I can sense that many people across the diocese are on a similar journey. So many join with me in the excitement of Caryle’s arrival, and yet wonder what it all will be like…

Firehouse Subs, the chain of sandwich shops, has opened in Hackensack at Hackensack Commons. The award-winning fast casual chain, serves steamed premium meats and cheeses on toasted rolls with fresh produce and condiments. It was founded by former firefighting brothers and features a “firehouse décor”, typically decorated with firefighter memorabilia from a local fire dept. The…

Change is often the only constant in organizations. From mergers and acquisitions to partnerships, not to mention new data regulations from various global governments, organizations have to be able to adapt to a shifting landscape. Power365 solves many different challenges in this dynamic environment, helping organizations manage data in Office 365 tenant transformations.

Alzheimer's afflicts African-Americans at twice the rate of white Americans, and Rutgers Newark's African American Brain Health Initiative is doing something about it. In addition to their annual Classic Car Show, they're undertaking targeted public outreach and aiming to build a nationally renowned center in Newark.

In a dream world, we wouldn’t have to write this article, because teachers would get paid what they deserve. But we do. So here are some tips for how to save money as a teacher — without getting a summer job.

With the 10th anniversary of Better Homes and Gardens® Real Estate upon us, it’s time to celebrate this great milestone with a spectacular event! And who doesn’t like a good party?

When you refresh legacy applications for the cloud, there are some key things you can do to keep a handle on your resources, time, and budget.

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Small improvements can make your home more pleasant for everyday living and give you a feeling of confidence and pride when sharing your space with invited guests. The budget makeover ideas below offer a quick pick-me-up for your home without breaking the bank
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Give Your Lamps Some Attention: New table lamps are a great way to update your space but a new set of shades on your old lamp can often do the trick. A drum shade with straight vertical sides…

WASHINGTON: A group of 52 Indians, mostly Sikhs, has been held at a detention centre in the US State of Oregon for being part of a large contingent of illegal immigrants seeking asylum, an American lawmaker has said.

First Star Recycling's recent policy change is aimed at preserving cardboard quality, but may also inspire broader changes in the Omaha market.

Organizations worldwide see blockchain as a significant force for their business and industry, and are well on their way to developing a strategy, with an eye on reducing operating costs, automating key business processes and enhancing trust and transparency, our latest study reveals.

CIO Journal Columnist Irving Wladawsky-Berger calls AI a new kind of research tool--"an invention of a method of inventing"--with the potential to open up new avenues of inquiry and enable a new approach to innovation itself.

The Cardinal’s Tribute Dinner held at The Catholic University of America on June 4th was a great celebration in which the Province and Carmelite Family were represented by Br. Daryl Moresco, Fr. Jack Welch, Dr. Keith Egan, Fr. Quinn Conners, …

Would you like to see 4 very easy and affordable ways to create an indoor garden dinner party for summer? Hello, this is Anke with another tabletop-column, cherishing the month of June and the color green! I love the rich green outside that come with summer season! Most o