Ana Swanson/The Washington Post
September 24, 2016
While unemployment rates are going down, some young men are still not working or not working full-time. One reason, according to economists from Princeton, the University of Rochester and the University of Chicago: advancements in video game technology.
Whether you’re interested in chain saw safety or just learning how to make ice cream at home, the Milton Grange is offering to help people do more for themselves, or at least learn a little agricultural wisdom.
Students from across the Capital Region explore Mohonasen High School's new Center for Advanced Technology. The facility is home to classes in welding, manufacturing, and drama, as well as BOCES programs.
To an amateur eye, Ahmad Khan Rahami’s travel history might appear to be a red flag: He had traveled to Pakistan, the home of al-Qaida, four times between 2005 and 2014. The last time he stayed for a year.
Marlene Cimons/Special to The Washington Post
September 23, 2016
Scientists believe that the major source of people's positive reactions to pets comes from oxytocin, a hormone whose many functions include stimulating social bonding, relaxation and trust, and easing stress.