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Slayings of homeless men underscore street dangers

The brutal slayings of two homeless men in Albuquerque underscores the vulnerability of transients.

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Crash victims’ remains reach Ukraine-held city

The remains of the victims of the Malaysia Airlines crash arrived in territory held by the Ukrainian government on Tuesday on their way to the Netherlands, after delays and haphazard treatment of the bodies that put pressure on European foreign ministers meeting in Brussels to impose tougher economic sanctions on Russia.

Sisters produce a fix for the slipping tape measure

If you’ve ever tried to measure a door, table or lumber by yourself, you know the problem — keeping the far end of the tape measure from slipping off the edge of whatever you’re measuring.

Veggie burgers that don’t go all mushy

Most of the elements that often go into a homemade veggie burger (vegetables, beans and tofu) are high in moisture, which can lead to a soggy patty that’s unpleasant to eat and nearly impossible to flip on the grill without it falling apart.

Sunday Spotlight: Risky move from academia launched man’s art career

Paul Milosevich traveled the path filled with uncertainty. He left behind the stability of campus life and a guaranteed paycheck to test himself in the competitive art world.

Active mind and body fend off Alzheimer’s, study says

Sleep disturbances such as apnea may increase the risk of Alzheimer’s disease, while moderate exercise in middle age and mentally stimulating games, such as crossword puzzles, may prevent the onset of the dementia-causing disease, according to research to be presented Monday.

Faces and places, July 13, 2014

Tom Betts, Bandelier National Monument’s chief ranger and a 32-year veteran of the National Park Service, has been named the 2013 recipient of the Harry Yount National Park Ranger Award. The h…

Governors Island, the people’s retreat

With a playground, picnic tables, biking and walking paths, public art, outdoor concerts and theater, carless streets, hammocks where you can catch your breath, and terrific views, Governors I…

Private or public school? A multitude of options

U.S. Department of Education statistics show a decline in private school attendance over the past 10 years, with just 10 percent of all students enrolled in private schools.

Verizon boosts FiOS uploads to match downloads

Verizon is boosting the upload speeds of nearly all its FiOS connections to match the download speeds, vastly shortening the time it takes for subscribers to send videos and back up their files online.

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