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By COLLEEN PETERS and PETER MELANSON Drones are the new iPhone. Everyone has to have one. Whether you are an extreme sport enthusiast, travel photography nerd, or a business owner, they can provide an extraordinary birds-eye-view and first-class more
By ROY DiNOLA and ALYSSA GALUSKA Brexit dominates the news in the U.K. and tariffs do so in the U.S.; Big sweeping economic changes can tug at people's heartstrings, inspire thoughts of independence and cause a rally for the homeland's prosperity. It has more
The President’s recent comments on Russian meddling in the 2016 elections cycle have been a low point in his administration. His confusing statements and failure to correctly articulate his … more
By GARY SASSE A system of checks and balances functions best when people on opposite sides of an issue are capable of compromise. For the last decade, hyper-partisanship, not problem-solving, has characterized American governance. Alice Rivlin, former more
By EMILY WHITE and BETH CRONIN She came into the Emergency Room alone, wild eyed with fear. When the painful contractions came she would moan and cry, asking for pain medication. This went on for hours and all we could offer her were words of more
By JEREMY GREENBERG As the college Class of 2018 ventures out into the working world, many of them will choose to work for themselves, or at least entertain the thought. A variety of factors - less security in the traditional job market, more innovation more
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