| Mar 15, 2012
| 10:11 PM
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — A Kansas House committee has endorsed legislation meant to ensure the state doesn't subsidize abortions even indirectly through tax credits and deductions.
The Federal and State Affairs Committee advanced the bill Thursday after...
| Mar 16, 2012
| 12:56 PM
The law aims to protect men and women equally. Yet some types of cases nearly beg for female representation-and don't get it. That's why Karen Barth Menzies, partner at Robinson Calcagnie Robinson Shapiro & Davis, has devoted her career to taking on the...
| Mar 22, 2012
| 8:28 PM
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Founded in 2004 by partners Laura Gianni and Marcus Petoyan, the firm has achieved countless multimillion-dollar...
| Mar 22, 2012
| 8:08 PM
Throughout her career, Amy Fisch Solomon has been committed to providing the next generation of female attorneys with mentoring opportunities. “There are so few women trial lawyers as role models,” she says, “so I think it’s...
| Oct 3, 2012
| 1:25 PM
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Pregnant women with frequent exposure to solvents at work may be at higher risk of having babies with birth defects, French researchers have found.
Both self-reported exposure and urine samples supported the link between the...
| Oct 29, 2012
| 3:42 PM
While all those around him were tempted to waffle, Kyle Brindza wouldn't be flustered.
Confidence and technique are all the kicker for the Notre Dame football team has.
When one area is lacking, they both suffer.
The 6-foot-1, 225-pound sophomore who...
| Apr 30, 2012
| 11:59 AM
DAVIE – The latest issue to get stuck in the swamp of Washington politics: student loan interest rates.
It has a big impact in Florida. U.S. Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Weston, said Monday as many as 500,000 students could face higher interest...
| Oct 11, 2012
| 9:20 AM
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Baby boys whose moms ate organic during pregnancy do not seem to have a lower risk of a birth defect of the penis, a new study finds.
The birth defect is known as hypospadias, where the opening of the urethra is on the...
| May 5, 2012
| 9:18 AM
Test-tube babies have higher rates of birth defects, and doctors have long wondered: Is it because of certain fertility treatments or infertility itself? A large new study from Australia suggests both may play a role.
Compared to those conceived...
| May 7, 2012
| 7:31 AM
High amounts of lead, phthalates and the toxic chemical BPA were all found in the water of a new hose after sitting outside in the sun for just a few days, according to researchers at the Ann Arbor-based Ecology Center, who just completed a large study of...
| May 11, 2012
| 11:54 AM
NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Children whose mothers smoked during pregnancy may have a tougher time controlling their asthma than other kids do, a new study suggests.
The findings, from a study of nearly 2,500 U.S. kids, add to evidence that prenatal...
| Oct 18, 2012
| 1:15 AM
My favorite quote was from the British government spokesperson, who assured us: "All ammunition used by UK armed forces falls within international humanitarian law and is consistent with the Geneva Convention."
Tears come to my eyes as I think about...