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  • Older dog might not welcome a new canine buddy

    Older dog might not welcome a new canine buddy
    Q: I've been reading your book "Decoding Your Dog" and loving it! I'm an adult student studying psychology. It's great to read a book about animals with a psychological approach. My dog, Bailey, is a 13-year-old Maltese. His brother died last year and I'm thinking of getting another dog. In general, Bailey's not good with other dogs, however. He loves me, and I don't want him to get jealous. Any ideas? -- J.R., Florham Park, NJ
  • How to Remember What’s-His-Name

    Now that I teach meditation, I’m trying to improve my ability to remember people’s names. New students come to the class every week. Every week they tell me their names. Every time a new student tells me a new name, I think to myself, “...

    NCAA agrees to restore Joe Paterno's wins

    NCAA agrees to restore Joe Paterno's wins
    HARRISBURG — The NCAA agreed to restore former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno's wins to settle a lawsuit challenging the NCAA's authority to punish the university over Jerry Sandusky's crimes. The decision, announced Friday, was met with...

    Emmert: NCAA settlement in Penn State case was to free $60 million in fines to be distributed

    NCAA President Mark Emmert says the association agreed to a settlement with Penn State to ensure that $60 million in fines paid by the school could finally be distributed to victims of sexual abuse. Emmert added Friday that the settlement was not an...

    Konza Prairie gives visitors a look at true Kansas

    MANHATTAN, Kan. To many motorists on Interstate 70, Konza Prairie in northeast Kansas is viewed with only passing interest. But Rob Manes, executive director of the Kansas Nature Conservancy, has a far different look. He has waded into that sea of...