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 […]
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 […]
“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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 — […]
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.
Graduation speakers include President Obama, Oprah Winfrey and Jane Lynch.
Debby calls her 26-year-old daughter Beth three times a day – and might add a few daily texts on top of that. Mother and daughter, both of whom live in Denver, […]
As details emerge on the kidnapping of an infant in Texas on Tuesday, psychologists said the woman who allegedly committed the crime seemed to fit a familiar profile of an […]