Keeping the Internet free
Internet freedom is not something to be taken lightly, as anyone who has tried to gain access to forbidden sites in China will tell you.
Walking for a cause? 5 apps that can help
There's no doubt that exercise does a body good. But a new batch of smartphone apps allows you to do good simply by moving your body.
Great ways for teens to stay busy
Many parents will say that keeping a kid out of trouble is all about providing him or her with options--activities to do, positive places to go and other kids to be around who want to stay away from trouble. A positive way to accomplish this is by allowing teens to volunteer or get involved with a website or company that creates programs around social change.
VIDEO: Lance Armstrong admits to doping in Oprah interview
For the first time since cyclist Lance Armstrong was stripped of his seven Tour de France titles and banned from elite competition by the United States Anti-Doping Agency, he sits down for a no-holds-barred interview, with Oprah.
Retiring superintendent reflects on time at Stew-Stras
For decades, Steve Harsy has seen nearly everything there is in the world of education
Is the world prepared for the driverless car era? Are you?
Picture it. You slip into your car, recline and start reading the day's news on your smartphone. The vehicle accelerates, smoothly navigates traffic and seamlessly merges onto the freeway, without your lifting a finger.
9 tips to cure your bad grooming habits
Pretty up your daily routine with smart products and techniques for curing bad grooming habits. (We're looking at you, Ms. Eyebrow Over-Plucker.)
Slate: New Monopoly token will ruin game, possibly America
The board game Monopoly will soon lose a classic token and gain a new one, by way of a public vote on Facebook. It may sound like harmless fun, but is in fact a travesty, though not for the sake of nostalgia or preservational instinct.
How Illinois can be a broke state defies logic
As many of you know, I am a school teacher. Like most school teachers, I plan to someday retire and drive around New England in the fall. While I have a considerable number of years before retirement, I used to daydream about this day quite often
Here's why your paycheck just shrank
Many Americans just received their first paycheck of 2013. That sound you hear is the collective "What the . . ." they have emitted upon looking at their pay stub.
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