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The angular roofs of houses in West Seneca, New York, turned into lumps of snow after a Tuesday night snowstorm in the region. Photo by Derek Gee/Buffalo News Winter has landed in the United States. On Tuesday, all 50 states recorded freezing...
A new study says tilting your neck while texting may be harming your back. Photo by Flickr user Garry Knight Do you tilt your head down while texting on your cellphone? Chances are you may be damaging your back in the process, according to new study...
PBS NewsHour will live stream the president’s prime time address Thursday. Watch it in the player above. WASHINGTON — Sidestepping Congress, President Barack Obama on Thursday will announce steps he will take to shield up to 5 million...
Brent Huffman, the director behind the new documentary “Saving Mes Aynak,” tells the story of one of Afghanistan’s archaeological treasures and discusses the threats it faces from a Chinese mining company. In the dusty mountains about an hour...
President Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Medicare Bill at the Harry S. Truman Library in Independence, Missouri, with President Truman seated next to him. Twenty years earlier, President Truman proposed his idea for nationwide health care. Archive...
A new study published in Nature finds that bankers, themselves, aren’t dishonest, but the cultural norm in their industry makes them behave that way. Photo by Flickr user snapshooter.ch. What makes people dishonest? Being a banker helps. That’...