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Politics Jun 24What does Bobby Jindal believe? Where the candidate stands on 10 issues
He’s the son of Indian immigrants, a Louisiana native, Ivy League graduate, Rhodes scholar and former college president. A two-term Louisiana governor, Bobby Jindal has served in the U.S. House of Representatives and consulted for Fortune 500 companies. Here is…
Politics Jun 01What does Lindsey Graham believe? Where the candidate stands on 10 issues
He’s an Air Force veteran and current reservist, a former lawyer who raised his sister and the first of his family to attend college. The South Carolina Republican has three terms in the U.S. House under his belt and is…
Nation Feb 26Top dog: Labrador retriever remains America’s favorite breed
You have spoken, people of America: For an astounding 24th consecutive year, the most popular breed of dog in the United States is the Labrador retriever, according to rankings released by the American Kennel Club today. Nipping at the…
Health Apr 07Professional gets personal as doctor considers care of the Alzheimer’s caregiver
Though family caregiver support has been lacking in the past, recent years have seen considerable research on the subject, along with legislation enacted to help families struggling with dementia.
Arts Mar 19Tolkien’s 88-year-old ‘Beowulf’ translation to be published this spring
One of the oldest, longest and most influential works in the history of Old English will soon be experienced through the eyes of one of the world’s most beloved fantasy authors.
Science Mar 14Welcome to Pleistocene Park: Russian scientists say they have a ‘high chance’ of cloning a woolly mammoth
Woolly mammoth blood and tissue discovered in Siberia in 2013 will give scientists “a high chance” to clone the prehistoric animal, a medical anthropologist told the English-language Siberian Times this week. Paleontologists discovered the carcass of a female…
Arts Mar 12Want to add a word to the official Scrabble dictionary? Now’s your chance
Tired of staring blankly at six consonants and a “U” during family game night while your little brother just adds an “S” to everything and your great-aunt Ruth spells out “IS” and “AM” three times each? It’s time to give…
Health Mar 04Will the Affordable Care Act spur reform of inmate health care?
Inmates with a history of mental health problems – and that’s almost 65 percent of them – or another long-term medical problem, like substance abuse, receive care on a regular basis while incarcerated. But upon release, which is often after…
Nation Feb 26Your SAT and ACT scores could make a difference in your job future
A nice SAT or ACT score may end up paying dividends even after college graduation.
Health Feb 25Changes may be coming to nutrition facts labels
The "nutrition facts" that appear on the sides of nearly all packaged foods and drinks in America may soon be seeing an overhaul, according to a Politico report.