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Is Your Small Business at Risk?, How to Get People to Like You, Enter to Win $20,000 and Other...
Is Your Small Business at Risk?, How to Get People to Like You, Enter to Win $20,000 and Other Things Entrepreneurs Need to Know
Why Divorce Is Harder On Women's Hearts
When it comes to the fallout from a divorce, one spouse is harmed more by it’s biological and psychological effects on the heart
How the Chromebook quietly grew into the machine that's about to change the computer industry
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10 Natural Cancer Treatments
People consider the phrase cancer cure to be controversial. But according to much research there are many natural cancer treatments that may be effective
Printing 101: What is Spot or Two-Color Printing?
Understanding the difference between full color or process printing and spot color printing.
The Best Colleges for Women in 2017
We've identified the 20 best colleges for women. Find out which colleges are making the effort to support women and set them up for success in school and beyond.
Four sinkholes open up at Top of the Rock golf course
Representative says Department of Natural Resources is evaluating the situation.
How to Grill the Juiciest Boneless, Skinless Chicken Breasts
Chicken breasts are arguably one of the most difficult of the standard meats to grill—so often, they come out dry, chewy, and cardboard-y. But chicken breasts can actually be fantastic on the grill; it just takes a little know-how.
Daniel H. Pollitt Papers, 1935-2009
Daniel Hubbard Pollitt was born in Washington, D.C., in 1921 to Mima Riddiford and Basil Hubbard Pollitt. Both parents were lawyers in the New Deal administration of President Franklin Roosevelt and committed to principles of social justice. In 1939, Pollitt set off to college at Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn., where he earned a bachelor of arts degree in government. In 1943, he joined the United States Marine Corps and served as an infantry officer in the Pacific theater during World War II. After the war ended, Pollitt studied law at Cornell University, earning a LL.B. degree and graduating with honors in 1949 Pollitt worked for a year in the private law firm of McFarland and Sellers, followed by another year as law clerk to Judge Henry W. Edgerton of the United States…