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The Union Daily Times, S.C.Saturday's commencement exercise was followed by a reception in the Main Building. Saturday's commencement exercise was followed by a reception in the Main Building. slideshow UNION -- The USC Union Class of 2013 was honored not only as graduates of...
Reuters(John Lloyd is a Reuters columnist but his opinions are his own.) By John Lloyd May 7 (Reuters) - Russia is now in a hard, even dangerous, place. A series of shocks are coming, and it is not well placed to weather them. It has, to be sure, little debt:...
If you think today's university is home to individual thinkers thinking individually, think again. Today's university is international and multinational in every way — blown open, in great part, by this century's digital explosion of information....
One day last year, a 9-year-old named Thomas came home and announced he was running for office. "Are you kidding me?" his father responded. "Don't we have enough elections in this family?" Thomas, the son of Los Angeles City Controller Wendy Greuel, has...
ReutersMay 06 (TheWrap.com) - One of the biggest jobs in media is a new position and a high-risk opportunity: running Al Jazeera America. The job running the Qatar-based network recently bought from Current TV has high visibility and no doubt a high salary...
Is Laughter Really the Best Medicine? A new study suggests, people who are happier in their daily lives have healthier levels of key body chemicals than those who muster negative thoughts. The study further suggested that happier people may have...
LONDON -- Margaret Thatcher, the grocer's daughter who punched through an old-boy political network to become Britain's first female prime minister, stamping her personality indelibly on the nation and pursuing policies that reverberate decades later, has...
Tags: Russia, Government, BBC, White House, Elizabeth II
ReutersBy Kate Kelland LONDON, April 29 (Reuters) - Austerity is having a devastating effect on health in Europe and North America, driving suicide, depression and infectious diseases and reducing access to medicines and care, researchers said on Monday....
An international team has released new estimates of the number of dengue infections around the world, mapping out the places where risk of getting the viral illness is great and those where it's low. It estimated there are 390 million dengue...
Margaret Thatcher never cared much for feminism and other progressive equal-rights movements. Yet she deserves to be honored by those of us who do, whether we like the result of her politics or not. Thatcher, who died Monday at age 87 after a stroke,...
Tags: Tony Blair, Bill Clinton, England, Ronald Reagan, NPR
Premium Health News ServiceMUMMIES WITH BROKEN HEARTS Heart disease is commonly thought to be a modern ailment, but evidence from ancient mummies suggests humans have had heart problems for thousands of years. Randall Thompson at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and...
The Pittsburgh Tribune-ReviewThe gun-control controversy brings Glenn Beck back to bookshelves among new and upcoming titles about U.S. foreign policy, an unforgettable electoral battle settled in court, Europe and the world over the past 500-plus years, and how some less familiar...
Tags: Book, George W. Bush, Literature, Glenn Beck, Pittsburgh
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