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  • Non-Surgical Brain Stimulation Shows Promise, but Unknowns Remain U.S.News & World Report

    When medication and psychotherapy don't prove effective against depression, some patients find relief from another source: noninvasive brain stimulation. "Patients are usually treated with medications …

    When medication and psychotherapy don't prove effective against depression, some patients find relief from another source: noninvasive brain stimulation. "Patients are usually treated with medications and treated with psychotherapy, and if that's not enough, then they come to our clinic and consider noninvasive brain stimulation, …

  • Twitter Inc. Will Now Pay Users to Create Videos (TWTR) U.S.News & World Report

    Twitter Inc. (TWTR) desperately wants users to use its platform -- so much so that it's literally going to start paying them to create videos on it. While previously only available for company use, individual …

    Twitter Inc. (TWTR) desperately wants users to use its platform -- so much so that it's literally going to start paying them to create videos on it. While previously only available for company use, individual users can now try out Twitter's Amplify Publisher program. Approved users can check a box before tweeting out …

  • Why the Stock Market Could Be Headed for a 1987-like Crash
    Why the Stock Market Could Be Headed for a 1987-like Crash Fortune

    There are some eery similarities.

    Why the Stock Market Could Be Headed for a 1987-like Crash

    There are some eery similarities.

  • What to Do When You Can't Sell Your House U.S.News & World Report

    Your house is cursed. For instance, the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released a joint report on Aug. 23, showing that July was a very good month for the …

    Your house is cursed. For instance, the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development released a joint report on Aug. 23, showing that July was a very good month for the industry, with a 31.3 percent jump over the number of homes sold one year earlier. If your house isn't selling at all, …

  • Why Apple May Have to Pay Ireland $14.5 Billion in Taxes Money

    Here's the European Union's case.

    Why Apple May Have to Pay Ireland $14.5 Billion in Taxes

    Here's the European Union's case.

  • Apple Versus the EU Is the Biggest Tax Battle in History Time

    Apple's $14.5 billion tax bill is just the beginning of a very big fight between the world's richest companies and its governments

    Apple Versus the EU Is the Biggest Tax Battle in History

    Apple's $14.5 billion tax bill is just the beginning of a very big fight between the world's richest companies and its governments

  • 10 Underrated Cities for Art Lovers U.S.News & World Report

    When you picture Puerto Rico, beautiful beaches likely come to mind. Take the Puerto Rico Museum of Art, which houses a collection of Puerto Rican art dating back to the 17th century, or the Puerto Rico …

    When you picture Puerto Rico, beautiful beaches likely come to mind. Take the Puerto Rico Museum of Art, which houses a collection of Puerto Rican art dating back to the 17th century, or the Puerto Rico Museum of Contemporary Art, which features modern art, including paintings, sculptures and mixed media. The mile-long …

  • 12 Business Leaders on How They Handle Stress Fortune

    Tips from Susan Wojcicki, Jack Dorsey, and other executives.

    12 Business Leaders on How They Handle Stress

    Tips from Susan Wojcicki, Jack Dorsey, and other executives.

  • Should You Open a 401(k) at a Short-Term Job? U.S.News & World Report

    Regardless of why you don't plan to stay at a job over the long term, you will have to decide whether or not to participate in the company 401(k) plan. Here's how to decide whether to save in the 401(k) …

    Regardless of why you don't plan to stay at a job over the long term, you will have to decide whether or not to participate in the company 401(k) plan. Here's how to decide whether to save in the 401(k) if you know you will be leaving soon. Some short-term workers are concerned about opening a 401(k) because they don't …

  • Learning to Improve the World U.S.News & World Report

    It is necessary and urgent that teachers prepare students to understand the world in which they live, in all its complexity, to recognize the way in which global and local affairs are intertwined, to understand …

    It is necessary and urgent that teachers prepare students to understand the world in which they live, in all its complexity, to recognize the way in which global and local affairs are intertwined, to understand globalization and its consequences, including global risks, and to have the skills and the desire to contribute …

  • 10 DIY Projects That Add Value to Your Home U.S.News & World Report

    Whether you're looking to sell your home down the road or you're getting ready to put your home on the market this month, there are many home improvements you can do on your own to add value to your home. …

    Whether you're looking to sell your home down the road or you're getting ready to put your home on the market this month, there are many home improvements you can do on your own to add value to your home. A well-informed homeowner will keep track of all remodels or updates over the years, while being aware of the projects …

  • Verizon Communications Inc. Is Ramping Up Data (VZ) U.S.News & World Report

    Verizon Communications Inc. (ticker: VZ) isn't playing around in the great mobile wars of 2016, attempting to give consumers more of what they want in the face of bolstered competitor efforts. The company …

    Verizon Communications Inc. (ticker: VZ) isn't playing around in the great mobile wars of 2016, attempting to give consumers more of what they want in the face of bolstered competitor efforts. The company touted new 50 percent faster peak wireless data speeds for 39 of its capable phones and tablets -- dubbed Verizon LTE …

  • 6 Tips for Transitioning Your Summer Career Habits Into Fall U.S.News & World Report

    As tans begin to fade and summer winds down, there's no denying it: Crisp fall mornings are on the horizon. And while the past several months were probably characterized by a more casual dress code , summer …

    As tans begin to fade and summer winds down, there's no denying it: Crisp fall mornings are on the horizon. And while the past several months were probably characterized by a more casual dress code , summer ...

  • 6 Tips for Learning to Play a Musical Instrument on the Cheap U.S.News & World Report

    Learning a musical instrument as an adult can seem like an expensive proposition. There's the cost of the instrument, books and hiring a music teacher -- it can all add up quickly. You can take advantage …

    Learning a musical instrument as an adult can seem like an expensive proposition. There's the cost of the instrument, books and hiring a music teacher -- it can all add up quickly. You can take advantage of an inexpensive instrument, use free instructional materials and even find opportunities for free or low-cost in …

  • Why Resource-Rich Economies Are Really Cursed U.S.News & World Report

    When it comes to investing in overseas markets, beware of countries that are heavily endowed with natural resources. Some examples of countries that have recently seen an economic swoon include Australia, …

    When it comes to investing in overseas markets, beware of countries that are heavily endowed with natural resources. Some examples of countries that have recently seen an economic swoon include Australia, Canada, Brazil, Russia and Saudi Arabia. One of the biggest problems is that countries that rely heavily on exporting …

  • 9 Dividend Investments to Buy Now U.S.News & World Report

    "If you're looking for income, you don't have a lot of good options today," says Charles Sizemore, founder of Dallas-based Sizemore Capital Management. The low-yield phenomenon is not limited to the U.S. …

    "If you're looking for income, you don't have a lot of good options today," says Charles Sizemore, founder of Dallas-based Sizemore Capital Management. The low-yield phenomenon is not limited to the U.S. In fact, while U.S. Treasury bonds still offer a positive return, many government bonds throughout the globe now boast …

  • The Best Honeymoon Destinations of 2016-17 U.S.News & World Report

    To help you and your spouse-to-be find the perfect postnuptial getaway, U.S. News analyzed user votes and expert opinions, and considered the accommodation options and overall romance factor in a variety …

    To help you and your spouse-to-be find the perfect postnuptial getaway, U.S. News analyzed user votes and expert opinions, and considered the accommodation options and overall romance factor in a variety of locales to determine the best honeymoon destinations. Spain's largest city is a thriving metropolis, with a diverse …

  • Ace the Transition From Full-Time Worker to Full-Time Student U.S.News & World Report

    Remembering how to live like a student didn't come naturally to Claire Seely, who is currently in her second year of a master's program at the University of South Carolina. Not only do adult students …

    Remembering how to live like a student didn't come naturally to Claire Seely, who is currently in her second year of a master's program at the University of South Carolina. Not only do adult students need to re-learn how to study, interact with professors and endure multi-hour lectures, they have to grasp how to budget, …

  • 4 Ways to Protect Your Retirement While Being a Caregiver U.S.News & World Report

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 40.4 million Americans act as caregivers for someone else and the majority of those aged 35 to 64 are doing so for a parent. When planning for retirement takes …

    According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, 40.4 million Americans act as caregivers for someone else and the majority of those aged 35 to 64 are doing so for a parent. When planning for retirement takes a backseat to caring for an aging parent, you could end up paying the price in your later years. If you're anticipating …

  • Stress: Manage it? Or Avoid It? U.S.News & World Report

    Because let's face it -- no matter whom we elect as president, no matter if we're winning the war against terrorism, no matter whether we get immigration issues and race relations under control -- no matter …

    Because let's face it -- no matter whom we elect as president, no matter if we're winning the war against terrorism, no matter whether we get immigration issues and race relations under control -- no matter what is going on outside, we will always have stress. Not all stress is bad. Most of us are familiar with the story …