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There are two skills students learn in high school that are more important than all the rest.

The group that makes the SAT pinpointed the 2 most important skills for students to learn for future success

The College Board has revamped the SAT and its Advanced Placement courses to reflect the importance of the skills.

Ex-NYT editor Jill Abramson shrugs off plagiarism allegations against her new book because ‘it isn’t exactly the same as journalism’...

Jill Abramson, a former New York Times executive editor, continued to push back against allegations of plagiarism in her new book.

Wealthy New York moms are embracing a $600 ‘uniform’ that signals a change in how people display their money

The in-look for wealthy Brooklyn moms currently involves a $500 pair of clogs and a $150 strap to customize designer purses.
President Donald Trump was asked by Fox News host Jeanine Pirro if he's ever worked on behalf of the Russian government.

A Fox News host asked the president if he was a Russian agent, and Trump said it was ‘the most insulting question he’s ever been askedR...

During an interview that aired on Saturday, Jeanine Pirro asked Trump, "Are you now or have you ever worked for Russia?"

Top Republican promises that ‘action will be taken’ after Rep. Steve King asks why white supremacy has ‘become offensive’

In a promise for a strong response to the comments, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy promised that "action will be taken" against the congressman.
Julie Sweet, CEO of North America for Accenture.

The CEO of a consulting firm says if ‘you can see your future’ at work, you may not be in the right career

Julie Sweet left the No. 1 law firm in the country in 2010 to work for the consulting firm Accenture, eventually becoming its CEO of North America.

The teenager who will graduate from Harvard at 16 had a ‘midlife crisis’ in the fifth grade

Braxton Moral, 16, will graduate from Harvard in May. Like many other gifted teenagers, he experienced existential depression when he was younger.
American parents are determined to make sure their kids are better off than them.

American parents might be agonizing over their kids’ piano lessons, soccer games, and SAT scores, but it’s hiding a deeper anxiety

American parents are worried about the demise of the American Dream, and they're doing everything they can to make sure their kids are successful.