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  People in the U.S. who own AR-style firearms are again feeling the heat after another mass shooting that involved the weapon

Owners of AR-style firearms defend their weapon of choice

Updated: 6/26/2016 05:45 AM

  With or without eyes in the back of their heads, drivers keep hitting things. Despite the growing prevalence of back-up cameras, federal data shows that this technology hasn’t significantly cut down on cars backing into people and causing...

Back-up cameras haven’t stopped drivers from backing into stuff

Updated: 6/24/2016 02:10 PM

  Most college freshmen learn on Day 1 that they shouldn’t use Wikipedia. It’s framed as a crime on par with cheating: a mortal sin against the gods of academia. In hundreds of classrooms across the country, though, some professors have...

Why some professors are telling students to use Wikipedia

Updated: 6/24/2016 01:48 PM

  When it comes to appointing female CEOs, a new study finds, there apparently is such a thing as getting too much press. Researchers have examined the link between the amount of media attention new CEO appointments receive and the performance of the...

Why more headlines are bad for women CEOs

Updated: 6/24/2016 01:42 PM

  I recently had a client ask me about homeownership through a lease with option to purchase arrangement. There are pluses and minuses to the arrangement, so I thought I would take a moment to explain how it works.

Is a lease-to-buy option on a home right for you?

Updated: 6/23/2016 03:18 PM

  Just 33 percent of millennials own a credit card, according to a new survey. Many are happy to pay with cash or a debit card. But a good credit history can be essential when you apply for an apartment, a mortgage, an auto loan, or a job, or even to...

How to build your credit score if you’re young and don’t use cards

Updated: 6/23/2016 03:07 PM

  A look at the Panama Canal and its newly expanded locks, which are being formally inaugurated Sunday

A look at the Panama Canal and its newly expanded locks

Updated: 6/26/2016 06:57 AM

  Yarrows, botanically termed Achillea, are beautiful, easy-to-grow perennials that tolerate heat, drought and windswept areas in the garden. They adapt to a wide range of soil types, including our northern Illinois soil heavy with clay.

Plant yarrows in hot, dry gardens

Updated: 6/24/2016 10:06 PM

  Britain's decision to exit the European Union puts German Chancellor Angela Merkel at center stage as the bloc seeks to preserve its unity and win back skeptical voters across the continent

Germany's Merkel at center stage as EU faces Brexit fallout

Updated: 6/26/2016 04:58 AM

  Here’s a new take on those post retirement years. “A Gift of Time,” a new study from Allianz Life Insurance Co. says Americans are embracing the opportunity to make up for those decisions they regret, such as the college they...

Living longer means a second chance at life decisions you now regret

Updated: 6/23/2016 03:13 PM

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