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ReutersBy Mary Wisniewski CHICAGO, May 18 (Reuters) - Chicago will shut down part of its "L" elevated rail system's busiest line for five months starting on Sunday, forcing thousands of commuters to seek other routes and creating the biggest such U.S. transit...
WASHINGTON – The next big phase of Everglades restoration will plug canals, build levees and create giant storage areas to guide fresh clean water through western Broward and Palm Beach counties and into the core of the famed River of Grass. The...
Tags: Everglades, U.S. Senate, Lobbying, Wetlands, Politics
The emailed directive went out midmorning April 16 from a Baltimore City traffic engineer: No more speed camera tickets are to be issued from the camera in the 3900 block of The Alameda. Less than five hours later, an engineering supervisor wrote...
The biggest explosion ever recorded on the moon was caused by a space rock roughly the size of a beach ball. It weighed 80 pounds and was just over 1 foot wide, but it was going incredibly fast, traveling through space at speeds of 56,000 mph. And...
ReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - As online titans compete to deliver instant maps to smartphones, the Library of Congress in Washington is focusing attention on an antique "cosmology" printed in 1507 that serves as America's birth certificate. The black-and-...
Tags: Pacific Ocean, Mountains, Politics, Arts and Culture, Libraries
firstname.lastname@example.orgWhen Kathy McKenzie took to the podium Saturday to present graduate remarks at the Hagerstown Community College 66th Commencement, she said she was there as the result of a life change that made her want to “pay it forward.” On March 9, 2004,...
On May 9, for the first time in millions of years, the level of carbon dioxide in the Earth's atmosphere reached above 400 parts per million. What these numbers tell us is that within 25 years, if we continue to produce CO2 at our present rate, we can...
Q. Do you think the new OLED TVs will be better than the best plasmas? -- S.E., Minneapolis A. If OLED TVs are going to be commercially viable, they will have to be better. What would be the point of paying between $5,000 and $10,000 for a 55-inch OLED...
Tags: Sony Corp., Technology
WASHINGTON — Over the last decade, former Navy Secretary Richard J. Danzig, a prominent lawyer, presidential advisor and biowarfare consultant to the Pentagon and the Department of Homeland Security, has urged the government to counter what he...
South Bend TribuneMark Howie, of South Bend, recently had to make a decision about what to do for dinner. His wife, Molly, had a nephew’s ballgame to attend. He had to fly solo through cuisine-land. So he went to CVS, 51467 U.S. 31 North, to pick up a frozen pizza...
Mary Jane Saunders may be stepping down as president of Florida Atlantic University, but she will remain as one of the school's highest paid employees. And her new $276,000 salary will actually cost taxpayers $76,000 more. Saunders, who resigned...
Poolside climbing walls, humongous inflatable floatables and oversized slides built to mimic the racetrack at the Indianapolis 500. All of those are possibilities for future family outings at the Nazareth pool, just not this year. And, maybe not next...
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