Daily Archives: 7:20 AM
Can’t calculate a tip or balance your checkbook? Take heart. Maybe you can blame your brain — specifically, the parietal cortex in the top back part of the head. It… Read more
COMMACK, N.Y. — The new vending machine sat unnoticed as students rushed past its baby carrots, yogurt smoothies and hummus to neighbors dispensing Snapple, Doritos, Goldfish and Cheez-It. The lunch… Read more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Even though providing higher education to incarcerated individuals is a “no-brainer” from a public safety perspective, the current political climate makes it impractical to seek… Read more
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — When Rhode Island became the 13th state to allow in-state tuition for illegal immigrants at public colleges, supporters heralded the move as one that would… Read more
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta, traveling at a time of what some analysts say are profound and lasting changes in the US-Israel relationship, is carrying a couple of high-priority… Read more
SPRINGFIELD — Stalled legislation authorizing a Chicago casino could wind up costing Illinois schools more than $100 million over a two-year period, according to an analysis by state revenue officials…. Read more
BY WARD CONNERLY – Affirmative action is flourishing, undermining the color-blind vision of Kennedy and King.