In the quest to stay healthy and happy, nothing is free: $350 to fill a cavity, $120 for a monthly gym membership, $30 for a yoga class. But you don’t … read more »
We carefully watch what goes into our mouths and on our bodies—organic this, petroleum-free that. But when it comes to keeping a healthy home, knowing what to do isn’t so … read more »
Northeastern University criminologist Jack Levin agrees environmental influences determine whether a psychopath will go on to be violent, but discredits Fallon’s theory The author of a book about mass murderers, … read more »
2. The End of the Presidential ‘Stroll’ Before JFK’s assassination, presidents had much more freedom to travel around the capital without extreme protective detail. President Coolidge was known for his regular … read more »
Moreover, as Northeastern University Economist Andrew Sum recently pointed out, young workers and new graduates find themselves caught in a difficult job cycle. With baby boomers working later in life and … read more »
“A serial killer typically uses sex as a vehicle for tempting to gain a sense of power and dominance and control,” said Jack Levin, a professor of criminology at Northeastern University in … read more »
Burris, who lives in Lincoln, Calif., northeast of Sacramento, says after he graduates from high school he will attend Northeastern University in Boston, and plans to major in business administration, … read more »
Although there are currently said to be more than 14 billion pages on the Internet, a new study shows that navigation between any two of these pages should take you no more … read more »
In a country where 11 million people live without papers, cutting 50,000 more visas without improving legal immigration flows will do nothing to fix the greater system, according to Rachel … read more »
The drug company Merck is in hot water for using cartoon characters and stickers to market grape-flavored children’s allergy medicine.
Experts warn that the recent glut of reported acts of cannibalism in the United States, Canada, Japan and Sweden is a trend that — figuratively as well as literally — … read more »
Thirty-three years after the disappearance of Etan Patz, the only suspect ever arrested is as much an enigma as the missing child case that has baffled investigators for decades.