We often assume bipartisanship is about making nice. Actually, it's a political and moral necessity.
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Mouthwash. Rice. A handful of quarters. What do these household items have in common? They constitute the perfect emergency-repair kit for gadgets. When device disasters strike and warranties turn their backs on you, it's time to get in touch with your inner MacGyver. So, here are eight low-tech solutions to high-tech disasters.
St. Louis schools working with Teach for America see a bump in test scores.