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More Idaho women start businesses. Fewer work part-time. But men are still paid more

The number of female entrepreneurs is on the rise in Idaho. Women’s wages are increasing at a faster rate than men’s are, and state labor officials say women are entering …

UPDATED: Fri., Sept. 14, 2018, 3:25 p.m.

Men’s earnings have fallen since 1970s, Census says

Earnings for men have fallen in the decade since the recession, and are even below levels for much of the 1970s and 1980s.

UPDATED: Sun., July 22, 2018, 11:59 a.m.

This startup is cashing in selling generic Viagra and Rogaine

Every man in Dylan Nelson’s family is bald. His dad, uncle and both grandfathers: all hairless. The 28-year-old headhunter from Newport Beach, California, started suffering the same fate when he …

How to get a raise: Be a white man

People of color are significantly less likely than white men to receive a raise after asking for one, despite the fact that no single gender or racial group is more …

Prime-age men may never return to U.S. workforce, Fed paper says

Men in their prime working years have left the labor force at an astonishing rate and they may never return if the state of the U.S. job market holds, according …

Panel set to give ‘a man’s point of view’ on women canceled

A New Jersey-based magazine owned by women has canceled a women’s empowerment panel following criticism because the participants were all men.

Robert J. Samuelson: Middle class comes plodding back

People are reassured, because the economy’s steady, if plodding, performance seems to embody middle-class virtues: order, predictability and hard work.

As workforce bleeds men, health care jobs could be key to keeping them employed

Chauncey Incarnato is part of a small but growing contingent of men pursuing jobs traditionally dominated by women in the fast-growing health sector, a choice some economists say may be …

Testosterone therapy benefits elusive, major studies find

Testosterone therapy for older men possibly could provide some benefit, but there are also signs it could cause harm, according to a major series of studies published Tuesday. The five …

NBA roundup: James Harden powers Rockets past Raptors for 8th straight win

James Harden had 40 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds for his 10th triple-double of the season, and the Houston Rockets beat the host Toronto Raptors 129-122 on Sunday night …

Robert J. Samuelson: Are jobless men shirkers or victims?

Among men 25-to-54 – so-called prime-age male workers – about one in eight are labor force dropouts.

Sexist men have psychological problems, study shows

Psychologists looking at 10 years of data from nearly 20,000 men found that those who value having power over women and endorse playboy behavior and other traditional notions of masculinity …

Male newscasters, bare those arms

Just as serious female journalists are now broadcasting in form-fitting dresses, let’s encourage the men sitting next to them to show what’s underneath all that constrictive fabric.

Ask Doctor K: Longevity in men and women has many factors

Ask Doctor K column for Thursday, July 14, 2016

Hoopfest championship teams have EWU flavor

A team of made up mostly of former Eastern Washington players won the Hoopfest women’s elite division championship 20-19 when Aubrey Ashenfelter sank a free throw to defeat team Every …

Robert J. Samuelson: Real gender pay gap much smaller

When measured as equal pay for the same work, the pay gap between genders shrinks significantly.

Huskies excited to face Long Beach State in NIT

Lorenzo Romar did not watch the NCAA tournament selection show on Sunday. Once the Washington Huskies were eliminated from the Pac-12 tournament, Romar went on the road to recruit, and …

New postseason Vegas 16 tourney only features 8 teams

The Vegas 16 postseason college basketball tournament has become the Vegas 8.

John Drescher: When Dean, Jimmy V and Coach K ruled Tobacco Road

John Feinstein, former Washington Post college basketball writer and the author of 25 nonfiction books, recounts that and many other Tobacco Road battles in his new book, “The Legends Club: …

Duke out of AP men’s Top 25 poll; Oklahoma stays No. 1

For the first time in more than eight years, Duke is nowhere to be seen in the Associated Press Top 25 – not near the top, not even at the …

Eastern Washington’s Tyler Harvey, Venky Jois first-team All-Big Sky

Fighting through injuries all the way to a championship, Tyler Harvey and Venky Jois of Eastern Washington earned another reward Monday: a place on the All-Big Sky Conference first team …

Six men’s teams, 12 women’s qualified for NCAA tournaments

Men Belmont, Ohio Valley Conference Coastal Carolina, Big South Conference

Drama delves into modern disconnect

“Men, Women & Children,” an existential hand-wringing masquerading as an ensemble drama, suggests it’s going to have some Deep Thoughts about The Way We Live Now. Director Jason Reitman, overseeing …

Vandals can’t run with Antelopes in 86-73 defeat

PHOENIX – A 20-3 Grand Canyon run midway through the second half was too much for the Idaho men’s basketball team to overcome Thursday night in an 86-73 loss in …

Making it look easy

Prior to pre-race favorite Ridouane Harroufi’s decision to pull his name from the list of competitors in the 2009 Lilac Bloomsday Run, there was much talk about the Moroccan distance …

An itch to stitch

Jon Moen isn’t on a mission to encourage men to sew, but he’s not ashamed to be part of that small but growing demographic. The 37-year-old Spokane resident started sewing …

When men fear food

This is what Bill Schumacher’s disease has cost him: His job. His family. His health. Trouble is, it’s hard for him to even admit that he’s sick.


E verybody who has tried to lose weight knows this simple fact: It’s all about calories in and energy out. Build up enough of a deficit and the pounds start …

Cardinals Done In By Technicals

North Idaho College’s shot at its second victory in the rugged Scenic West Conference went awry Saturday, when the Cardinals lost 70-68 to Treasure Valley at Ontario, Ore. The Cardinals …

Final Big Sky Standings

League Overall W L PCT W L PCT Montana St. 11 3 .786 19 8 .704 Montana 10 4 .714 20 7 .741 Weber St. 10 4 .714 19 9 …