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How to make sure your math anxiety doesn’t make your kids hate math
For kids, math anxiety isn't just a feeling, it can affect their ability to do well in school.
3 hours ago
N.J. fishing industry among country’s strongest
The New Jersey fishing industry is among the country’s most robust, generating billions in sales in 2016.
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Scientists are fighting for the stricken pickle against this tricky disease
With failed harvests, fewer growers are taking a chance on cucumbers.
Philippines Duterte praises ‘generous’ Americans for returning church bells
Both are enthralled that church bells seized by the U.S. have been returned to the Philippines after 117 years.
7 hours ago
As sports betting begins in Philly, local gamblers relish the convenience
SugarHouse in Fishtown has become the first casino in the Philly area to offer sports betting, which means fewer drives to Delaware or visits to "the corner store" for some.
9 hours ago
2018 is now the wettest year on record for Washington and other cities
Dozens of other locations have reported record-breaking precipitation, including the cities of Baltimore, Philadelphia and Wilmington, North Carolina.
After more than 4,000 years, vibrant Egyptian tomb sees the light of day
More than four millennia after being chiseled by Egyptian artisans, the intricate hieroglyphics and stone carvings of an ancient tomb have been uncovered.
11 hours ago
Investigations look at Trump’s life from all angles
Investigations now entangle Donald Trump's White House, campaign, transition, inauguration, charity and business.
13 hours ago
After the Thousand Oaks’ shooting, a community-wide effort to memorialize and heal
No place in Thousand Oaks seems untouched by the shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill.
15 hours ago
Minor tidal flooding likely in some N.J. areas Sunday
Spotty to minor tidal flooding is likely in portions of the Jersey Shore Sunday, forecasters say.
16 hours ago
N.J. Democratic leaders pull controversial redistricting plan ahead of vote
Critics said the bill would amount to little more than nonpartisan gerrymandering, diminishing the power of voters.
U.S. gets a big win in its long fight with Mexico over ‘dolphin safe’ labels
Authorities north of the border reject Mexican tuna products because they generally reject Mexican fishing techniques in the eastern Pacific Ocean.
17 hours ago
Philly frustration, 1968: ‘The day that they were all against everything’
Mention the Philadelphia Eagles and last year's Super Bowl win comes to mind. But so does that time fans booed and pelted Santa Claus with snow balls.
PG&E falsified gas pipeline safety records, regulators say
The investigation followed the gas pipeline explosion in 2010 that incinerated a neighborhood in San Bruno, just south of San Francisco.
19 hours ago
After decades, ‘Rolling Thunder’ to make its last big ride through Washington, D.C.
Rolling Thunder, the veterans advocacy group that organizes a massive annual motorcycle ride through D.C., announced that the gathering in 2019 will be its last big rally.
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