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J.D. Power & Associates 8 most dependable cars, minivan

J.D. Power & Associates has released its annual dependability study and it marks another banner year for Toyota.

Resumes are more art than science

A resume is a marketing tool.

How to open a resume: Objective statement vs. qualifications summary

Objective statements used to open every resume. Over time, these statements became incredibly self-serving and more and more vague.

Don't confuse a resume with an autobiography

Your resume does not need to be a narrative of everything you have ever done, rather a strategic picture of what you have done that supports your candidacy for what you want to do now.

Do I really need a cover letter? Plus more common resume questions

Typically you try to minimize the appearance of your age on your resume, so you wouldn't likely present all of your experience.

Tim Tebow stalked by Colorado woman at Mets spring camp: cops

Tim Tebow's baseball adventures in Port St. Lucie took a scary turn.

Proposed $54B jump in defense budget won’t help economy much

Investing another $54 billion in the U.S. military won’t do much for the overall economy.

Romanian protesters fight corruption

After weeks of protests — the largest here since the fall of communism nearly three decades ago — Romanian Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu was forced to scrap a decree that would have made it harder to prosecute some of this poor country’s corrupt politicians. So why, then, haven’t the protesters gone home?

Trump administration inviting more than 60 countries for strategy session on countering the Islamic State

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will lead the two-day gathering later this month.

Why Hawaii says Trump’s new travel ban is still unconstitutional

After state lawyers filed a complaint about the executive order, a federal judge scheduled a hearing for the day before the ban is set to take effect.

Sessions directs federal prosecutors to target the nation’s most violent offenders

The attorney general urges prosecutors to aggressively use firearms and drug offenses to combat violent crime.

WikiLeaks disclosure exposes rapid growth of CIA digital operations — and agency vulnerabilities

The files provide a map of the cyber divisions and branches that have multiplied across the spy service.

ISIS dumped bodies in a desert sinkhole. It may be years before we know the full scale of the killings.

The mass grave near the city of Mosul could be among the militants’ largest.

Syrian peace talks flounder as participants ask: Where is America?

The latest effort to negotiate a settlement seems destined to fail, in part because of a vacuum in U.S. policy on the war-ravaged state.

David Rubinger, Israeli photographer who captured ‘nation in the making,’ dies at 92

His 1967 image of Israeli paratroopers at the Western Wall caught the spirit of modern Israel.

A Paris exhibit of Nazi-looted art honors a Europe many fear is under threat again

As nationalist movements thrive, a Jewish dealer’s granddaughter sees restitution of stolen works as preserving “a civilization.”

Scandal-hit François Fillon stays in French presidential race, but rivals sense openings

France’s anti-immigrant National Front could get a boost before April’s election.

Little-known governor runs as the hope and change candidate in South Korea

Aspirants are getting in position in case President Park Geun-hye is impeached this month.

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