Ann Curry learns a family secret on the PBS series, 'Finding Your Roots'
Journalist Ann Curry, who graduated from the University of Oregon, makes a dramatic discovery on "Finding Your Roots."
[Infographic] Donating to a Food Pantry? Here’s What to Give.
Giving to a local food pantry is an excellent, low-commitment way to support your neighbors. So how can you help your donation to make the biggest impact?
How to Start a Residential Program
This workshop will give you an overview of how to start your very own residential program. You will learn about the different types of residential programs, zoning, licensing, permins, documentation needed, funding, and more!
How to transplant a tree
A gardening expert offers tips for digging up a tree, moving it to its new home and re-planting it — all without killing it.
Why more cities need to add up the economic value of trees
Cutting-edge urban foresters argue not only for the intrinsic value of trees but also for the many economic and health benefits.
China says Panchen Lama is 'living a normal life' 20 years after disappearance in Tibet
A young Tibetan who vanished two decades ago after he was chosen by the Dalai Lama as the second-highest figure in Tibetan Buddhism is "living a normal life" and does not want to be disturbed, a senior Chinese official said today....
Apartment Hunting Tips
There are many types of apartments you may come across on your search, check out our apartment hunting tips to find your type. Read more!
State Sen. Daylin Leach Tangles With Trump Through Twitter
Pennsylvania state Sen. Daylin Leach took to Twitter to post an expletive-laced tweet against President Trump, according to the Associated Press. Leach, who is Jewish, was defending an unnamed Texas lawmaker after Trump made a remark about “destroying” the lawmaker’s career, the AP reported. Trump had told a Texas sheriff at a Feb. 7 White …
The Butterfly Effect That Powers a Masters Swimmer
Tackling the toughest stroke for 9 miles a week lays a fitness foundation for a swimming lifer still kicking it in competitive races at 75.
China Bike-Sharing Giant Ofo to Shut Most U.S. Operations
Less than a year after China’s Ofo Inc. entered the U.S. with big ambitions, the world’s largest bike-share company plans to shut down most of its U.S. operations, people familiar with the matter said.