Monday Apr 14
Fight Over Marijuana Leads to Fatal Stabbing
Investigators say an argument over money that one man owed another man for a bag of marijuana led to a fatal stabbing.
U.S. Department of Defense
Army Women Honored for Courage, Character
Army Spc. Natasha Schuette, a sexual assault prevention advocate; Alyce Dixon, a World War II Army veteran; and Tracey Pinson, director of the Army's Small Business Program, were recognized at the Pentagon on the final day of Women's History Month.
Silicon Alley Insider
12 Powerful Photos Of Human Moments Amid The War On Terror
"Disco Night Sept 11," an upcoming photography book from Peter van Agtmael , documents how the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq have affected U.S. citizens and soldiers.
Study finds forest corridors help plants disperse their seeds
An aerial photograph reveals the experimental landscape used in a study of how forest corridors impact seed dispersal from isolated patches.