Some homeowner associations (HOAs) have created rules that limit how property owners can advertize their homes for sale or lease. Learn how AAR has protected...
What the New Urban Agenda means for architects
A new initiative from AIA's Strategic Council encourages small- and medium-scale communities to embrace the aims of the New Urban Agenda.
2017 Federal Engineer of the Year Awards
Highlights from the 2017 Federal Engineer of the Year Award ceremony held February 17, 2017 at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. NSPE was honored t...
Here's One Simple Way We Can Change The Conversation About Drug Abuse
The negative words we use to describe drug addiction -- "clean" vs. "dirty," "patient" vs. "addict" -- can drive some individuals away from the very help...
Basic Bookkeeping Tips For Small Business Owners
The old joke of showing up at the accountant’s office the day before taxes are due with a shoe box of receipts is still a reality for many small businesses. However, time with accountants is …
10 Bad Habits That Lead To Debt Disaster
These money pitfalls could bankrupt you. Good news: They can be easily avoided, too.
Memory Loss and Confusion
Memory loss and confusion in those with Alzheimer's and other dementias can be difficult for caregivers. Learn causes of memory problems and how to respond. Understand the association between serious mental decline and normal aging and why 'senility' and 'senile dementia' aren't correct references.
Idaho man’s pet squirrel goes ‘nuts’ on burglar
MERIDIAN, Idaho — Many homeowners have dogs for protection, but an Idaho man’s unusual pet proved to be just as effective when fending off a burglar. Adam Pearl walked into his home on Tuesday and quickly realized something was wrong, KIVI-TV reports. "I came in the front door and I saw snow prints out in the front driveway going to the back of the house so I thought something was awry because no one usually goes through the yard,” Pearl said.
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FAA's new drone rules could curtail cell tower deaths
The FAA's new drone rules will allow robots to replace humans in dangerous jobs.