An 11-year-old showed me his science notebook this week and, pointing to a picture of the human body, said "That's the CNS." "The what?" "CNS. Central nervous system." I feel that barely a day goes by
Dene people in the Northwest Territories have temporarily thwarted federal attempts to reduce their control over their lands and waters in a case that is being heralded as a recognition of modern-day agreements.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australian researchers unveiled the world’s first 3D-printed jet engine on Thursday, a manufacturing breakthrough that could lead to cheaper, lighter and more fuel-efficient jets. Engineers
Inside the glittering buildings that line Brussels' Rue de la Loi, unseemly behaviour is often met with little more than a slap on the wrist European Commission officials have fiddled their expenses, harassed
A new study points to yet another benefit of stealing 30 minutes of shut-eye this afternoon. Naps are incredible. For something so socially questionable–have you ever tried to snooze at the office?–the
As I mentioned on Daily Finance, the IRS says that budget restraints are hurting its ability to process taxes. Yes, I know, you're crying a river over a smaller chance that someone might audit your return.
Bastiaan Janmaat and Mike Dorsey are co-founders of DataFox, a predictive intelligence company reinventing the way investors, analysts, and business development professionals research and track technology
Journal commentary warns that using a tablet or smartphone to divert a child’s attention could be detrimental to “internal mechanisms of self-regulation” Using a smartphone or iPad to pacify a toddler
Laura Gaskill, Houzz Contributor Hosting occasional overnight guests is a fact of life for many, but not so many of us have the square footage to spare for a guest room that rarely gets used. Make your
What if we are going about jump-starting our own economy the wrong way? I'm not talking about any political party. I'm talking about our modest sensibilities: our belief that giving our best and brightest
I come from a long line of divorced fathers. My father divorced my mother when I was 12. I use “divorce” not as a noun but as a transitive verb because, as I watched my mother in the months that followed,