New US Census Bureau data places Delaware third in the country for lowest rental vacancy rate.
A new virtual tool is teaching East Coast marine vessel captains how to navigate a commercial vessel through a simulated offshore wind farm.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, there was a period of dramatically increased scams against Delaware's most vulnerable populations, including seniors.
This Week on "The Green"
August is here and for many families that means getting kids the gear they need for school this fall.This year, back to school shopping comes with a new set of challenges, as inflation leaves many trying to figure out how to pay for everything they need.Contributor Eileen Dallabrida takes a closer look at the back-to-school shopping landscape and how families can get everything their kids need.
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The pop star's parents are from Kosovo and Dua Lipa lived there briefly as a teen before moving back to the U.K. She told her 85 million Instagram followers all about being honored by the president.
A brand of mattress is looking for part-timers to sleep in their stores. Casper says the ideal candidate should have "exceptional sleeping ability" and the "ability to sleep through anything."
When it comes to disability, a lot of ableist language and tropes are perpetuated by the media. Here's what experts have to say about how to talk about disability.
The Texas gubernatorial race is tightening, despite polls earlier this year that indicated an overwhelming lead by Republican Gov. Greg Abbott over former Rep. Beto O'Rourke.
In the week after Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed in a U.S. drone strike in Kabul, Afghanistan saw anti-U.S. protests and a deadly ISIS-claimed attack on a Shia mosque.
NPR's A Martínez speaks with law professor Melissa Murray about Indiana's new abortion ban, which is the first law restricting abortion since the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade.
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