Whether you are a newly married couple or two people who have decided to simply live under the same roof, combining households can be a challenge for all involved. Here’s how to make it work.
But many homeowners have no experience working with wood, so they don’t realize how easy it is to make a home more beautiful by improving the existing wood or creatively adding new wood to walls, floors and even ceilings.
A Beverly Hills home that Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz once leased is for sale for nearly $7 million.
Kevin Harvick shattered his own Kansas Speedway record and won the pole to start the second round of the NASCAR Chase for the Sprint Cup Championship.
Two entrepreneurs are transforming some of Britain’s beloved, and outdated, red telephone booths into charging stations for mobile devices. The first one was unveiled in London this week.
A teenager's boasts to fellow students about having group sex with two teachers led to two investigations and the arrests of both faculty members of a New Orleans-area school, according to authorities.
After a report of shots fired in the neighborhood, Ballard High School went briefly into "shelter in place" mode Friday morning, locking the doors and stationing a person just inside, said Stacy Howard, spokeswoman for Seattle Public Schools.
Mississippi State also home for a big game against Texas A&M
Microsoft says Samsung owes it more than $6.9 million in interest for late payments on a royalty agreement reached between the two companies.
The Mariners’ opening and ending payroll in 2015 likely needs to go higher still. Better yet, the Mariners should try opening 2015 with at least the payroll they finished 2014 with.
Edward Lee Vargas, who oversaw a rise in reading scores during a time of increasing student poverty in the Kent School District, is leaving his post as superintendent to work with a national education nonprofit.
A loaded Sunday slate headlines this version of the weekend watch:
Marriott International will pay a $600,000 fine for jamming conference attendees' own Wi-Fi networks at its Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center, forcing them to pay hefty prices to use the hotel's own connection.
McAdams Wright Ragen has long been a keen observer of the Pacific Northwest’s publicly traded companies, But this week it published its last analysts’ notes on two dozen companies.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Wellcome Trust are among the organizations championing convalescent plasma and working on how to put it into effect.
Boeing reached 2014 net sales of 1,000 jets as of Sept. 30, a rare milestone, but cancelations included 15 Dreamliners canceled by Air Berlin and two 747-8 freighter jets canceled by GECAS.
Microsoft has released some new diversity statistics and among them is this notable figure: The percentage of women in its global workforce jumped to 29 percent in the past year, after several years of remaining stubbornly flat at 24 percent.
Trying to use a phone to pay at restaurants and retailers can be frustrating. It’s often easier just to pull out a plastic credit card than to figure out which card works with which app and which app works with which store.
For journalists covering the spread of Ebola in West Africa, the infection of a freelance NBC News cameraman highlighted the dangers of bearing witness.