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RANCHO MIRAGE -- Natalie Gulbis, the LPGA golfer who once dated Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger, says she feels ready to play Thursday when the season's first women's golf major, the Kraft Nabisco Championship at Mission Hills Country...
Tags: Thailand, Ben Roethlisberger, LPGA
Google on Tuesday is noting the 366th anniversary of Maria Sibylla Merian's birth with the gift of the Google Doodle. So what makes Merian special? Her work was a marriage of art and science in a time of few female scientists and little documentation of...
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As op-ed commentator Richard E. Chaisson wrote recently, "despite the devastation that TB wreaks, it still is not a global health priority" ("Tuberculosis, the forgotten killer," March 24). Just as it was necessary to eradicate smallpox and combat polio...
Tags: AIDS, Polio, Tuberculosis, Smallpox
SABHA, Libya — Their fatigues don't match and their pickup has no windshield. Their antiaircraft gun, clogged with grit, is perched between a refugee camp and ripped market tents scattered over an ancient caravan route. But the tribesmen keep...
WASHINGTON — It is rare for a museum to lend the heart of its most prized collection to another museum, but the Albertina in Vienna has done just that by shipping almost a hundred watercolors and drawings by Albrecht Dürer to the National Gallery of...
Tags: Artists, Arts, Fine Artists, Museums, Arts and Culture
This is World Tuberculosis Day, the day in 1882 when Dr. Robert Koch discovered the cause of tuberculosis (TB), an airborne infectious disease that continues to rage around the world, killing 1.4 million people each year. The disease remains a leading...
Like a lot of people who follow the gun debate, I was surprised to learn earlier this year that for more than a decade, Congress has made it nearly impossible for our premier federal health research institutions to study gun violence. That became...
Sharon, 3 years old, wanders from neighbor to neighbor, begging for food. The multi-colored beads in her hair clink together and her pink dress ripples in the breeze. Sharon’s neighbors give her what they can and she goes home to an empty “...
Tags: Africa, Joseph Kony
Bror Charles "Chuck" Seaburg died Thursday at 95, having pursued everything from boxing and bombers to bowling and ballroom dancing with a passion that those around him enjoyed. He was born in Chicago, learned to drive by 9 years old, built cars from...
WASHINGTON -- When asked to explain the brisk pace of his novels, Elmore Leonard said, "I leave out the parts that people skip." You will not want to skip anything in William Zinsser's short essays written for the American Scholar magazine's website and...
People in our country mostly seem to possess an innate faith in government. Probably that has evolved because, while our governments generally are unnecessarily expensive, wasteful and intrusive, they have not been overtly corrupt like so many others...
Staff WriterThe Salvation Army Family Store, 1527 N. Center Ave., Somerset, has clothing bins in the back of the building where donations may be deposited. Amy Secrest, assistant manager, said the clothing is sent to the center in Altoona where it is hung up,...
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