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With divorce rates in the U.S. consistently reported at 30 to 50 percent, odds are pretty good that anyone on the dating scene is dancing, dining and moviegoing with someone who has been divorced, and often more than once. Relationship experts don't...
Tags: Family, Plainview, Human Interest, Google Inc., Psychology
Change of SubjectUPDATED TUESDAY MORNING The public directly and indirectly subsidizes an awful lot of academic research on the theory that knowledge is an important public good. So the public should have access to it! We should be able to arrange the......
Sumner Redstone has joined an elite group of Hollywood heavyweights in cementing his legacy with a prominent USC building named in his honor. The billionaire media mogul gave a $10-million gift to the USC School of Cinematic Arts this year. This week, the...
Re: “Program offered for English learners” (Mailbag, Jan. 5): According to two Harvard University Reports, the conclusions of which I found in a Verdugo Labor Market Report flier among the nicely stacked group I first found on the Glendale...
The motive behind the Connecticut elementary school rampage is not known, but behavioral specialists with expertise on mass killings note that such events typically do not occur spontaneously, that the perpetrator has harbored both resentments and...
Tags: Steven Kazmierczak, Crime, Law and Justice, Suicide, Murder, FBI
It’s a highly toxic element that travels the world in mysterious ways, respects neither manmade nor natural boundaries and rapidly accumulates in people and the food they eat. Mercury’s risks for human and environmental health have slowly...
L.A. NOWStudent standardized test scores can accurately identify effective teachers, along with other performance measures such as classroom observations and pupil surveys, according to a major national study released Tuesday. The study of 3,000 teachers in seven...
Alexis Marie Smith, a student at Williamsport High School, will travel to Harvard University to participate in a People to People Leadership Summit. Smith, along with fellow students from around the country, will take part in exploring the JFK...
A few years ago, Harvard University startled the academic world by offering what many would call a form of class-based affirmative action. Essentially, the elite university offered a free college education to high-achieving students whose families...
Google has come out swinging against German legislation that would require search engines to pay for using snippets of newspaper articles, photographs and other media content. German lawmakers are slated to debate the legislation Thursday, one in a...
Sentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelThe Florida PTA wants its members to learn about the three finalists for Florida's next education commissioner and, if they have concerns, share them with key state leaders, it said in an email sent out today. ”Many of the issues that these...
PolitiCalDr. Eric J. Small, the oncologist treating Gov. Jerry Brown’s cancer, is highly respected in the profession and a leading expert on the treatment of prostate cancer, colleagues say. The governor "is in very good hands,’’ said Stuart...
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