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For The First Time Ever, a Woman Has Won The Prestigious...

For the first time, a woman has been awarded the prestigious Abel Prize. Karen Keskulla Uhlenbeck of the University of Texas at Austin will...

America’s Religion Is Work

Why worshipping our careers is making us miserable Nicky Loh / Reuters In his 1930 essay "Economic Possibilities for...

For The First Time, Scientists Have Made Synthetic DNA With 4...

Earth might have a dizzying array of life forms, but our biology ultimately remains a solitary data point - we simply don't have a...

FBI Agents Say the Shutdown Is a Threat to National Security

Read: The Republican Party turns against the FBI Another agent who left the bureau last year told me that certain leads that might be...

Feeling poorer? That’s because

The pay people take home after accounting for inflation fell 1.3 percent last year, a new analysis shows. The findings come a year after...

An introvert’s advice for networking

Self-described introvert and veteran tech executive Karen Wickre shares her secret to cultivating professional connections with a minimum of anxiety and awkwardness.There are two...

Federal workers won’t see a check until Jan. 25 at the...

The Environmental Protection Agency is winding down operations this week as the partial U.S. government shutdown drags on, out of cash to keep...

Minimum wage increases coming to 20 states in January

Halpert Baldwin, who makes beds and handles laundry in a nursing home near St. Louis, is looking forward to a raise next year. With...

Why 10 million Filipinos endure hardship abroad as overseas workers

This story appears in the December 2018 issue ofNational Geographic magazine.Recuerdo Morco was 22 when he first saw snow. Wrapped in four layers of...

Man walks over a dozen miles to first day of work,...

Cameron Edgeworth/WIAT-TVIt was supposed to be Walter Carr's first day of work with a moving company Sunday when his car broke down. But,...