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Pinocchio, that little wooden scamp with the growing nose, has been delighting children of all ages for generations. StoryBook Theater presents this lively, captivating tale in a zippy, family-friendly 55 minutes. Pinocchio, a little wooden boy, yearns to be real so he can read, run and make friends like other children do. But his new friends, the clever Cat and Fox, have other plans for this…

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Beneath the guttural rumble of a car engine is an incredible amount of force. As soon as you step on the gas, fuel vapor mixed with air begins exploding, driving metal pistons in and out of chambers…

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It’s great to have a job where you’re not stamping out the same widgets everyday, and Megan Dahlen has taken that love of new professional challenges to an extreme. As the general manager of global…

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"We see this sometimes," a paternalistic phrase doctors use to "reassure" patients, should be retired, replaced by a precision approach to medicine.

But there are signs that a gradual cooling is starting to take place in Seattle. That’s how other U.S. housing markets with the fastest home-price appreciation in recent years eventually wound down their boom — rather than with the boom-and-bust cycles of decades past.

Hedgehogs, bearded dragons, rabbits. ... Office animal parties are pitched as a way to reduce stress and cope with long work hours.

An ongoing opioid epidemic in the U.S. killed 42,249 people in 2016 and has lowered national life expectancy. Journalist and filmmaker Alex Hogan has lost many of his childhood friends to opioid misuse in Somerville, Massachusetts, and in the new film "Runnin’" he explores their effects on his hometown. NewsHour Weekend’s Christopher Booker talked to Hogan and co-director Matthew Orr for more.

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Kelly also was acquitted of five counts of money laundering in his retrial on charges stemming from his operation of a now-shuttered business that prosecutors alleged failed to refund millions dollars in unused closing fees paid by homebuyers.

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The announcement follows artistic director Nicola Formichetti’s decision to depart the lifestyle brand that accounts for the majority of revenue at Only The Brave, founder Renzo Rosso’s luxury group.

Seattle is showing other American cities how transit can help a growing population get around without an increase in car traffic.

We've got all the hottest photo booth trends to look out for in 2018! From private events to major corporate activations, we've got the best experiences for your 2018 events!

T-Mobile Chief Commercial Officer Andrew Sherrard, a senior marketing executive who has played a key role in the “Uncarrier” initiatives that are fueling the company’s growth, is leaving after 14…

Twitter is really into users having the ability to say as much as they want on the social platform these days. A little more than a month after bumping the longstanding 140-character limit for a more…

Attorneys for Lakewood police are asking a federal judge to throw out a $15.1 million civil-rights verdict over the sniper-shooting death of an unarmed black man, arguing the court erred by allowing the plaintiffs' lawyers to “play the race card.”