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Four in 10 working Americans have provided care to aging loved ones in the last five years. While the toll can be severe, there are resources to help. Photo by Getty Images/MoMo Productions Your boss has asked you to stay a couple of hours late to...
A federal magistrate judge ordered 23-year-old Dominic Adesanya, who climbed over the White House fence and assaulted two Secret Service dogs Wednesday, held without bond. WASHINGTON — The 23-year-old Maryland man who climbed over the White House...
Not everyone with a good idea, a suitcase full of hoodies and a one-way ticket to Silicon Valley is going to become the next Mark Zuckerberg. But for starters, you can learn how to speak like a startup geek. Photo by C Flanigan/WireImage I moved to...
The technology that runs our daily lives, from laptops and cellphones to car sensors, rely on tiny computer chips. As consumers demand better, faster computers, the chips have to evolve, says Doug Keszler, director of the Center for Sustainable...
Election day is fast approaching. What burning questions do you need answered before making your way to the voting booth? Not sure what initiatives are on the ballot in your state? Curious how voter ID laws and early voting could impact turnout?...
Photo by Flickr user Leonardo Rizzi. For 29 years now, Paul Solman’s reports on the NewsHour have been trying to make sense of economic news and research for a general audience. Since 2007, our Making Sen$e page has striven to do the same, turning...