3 hrs ago
Sarasota Student Invents Computer Tool to Diagnose Leukemia
A Sarasota high school senior has been honored by the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair for a computer tool she has developed to help doctors diagnose leukemia.
5 hrs ago
Injured military compete in Valor Games
About 100 injured military veterans and those on active duty are competing against each other this week in the Valor Games Southeast.
8 hrs ago
Armuchee's Augusta Hosmer is a Stamps Leadership Scholar
Augusta Hosmer, a senior at Armuchee High School, has been named a Stamps Leadership Scholar and will receive a scholarship valued at $210,000 for her college experience.
13 hrs ago
Opinion: Helping kids feel safe again
Two girls stand in rubble in Moore, Oklahoma. Melissa Brymer says parents can help kids by being honest and listening.
17 hrs ago
Despite rare, debilitating Pompe disease, Joseph Walter graduating 20th out of his Clay-Chalkville senior class
CLAY , Alabama -- The doctors told Joseph Walter's parents he likely would not live to see his second birthday, but on Thursday night they will watch as the 18-year-old graduates from Clay-Chalkville High School, 20th out a class of 296 students.
Tue May 21, 2013
Shavar Jeffries officially jumps into the ring for Newark mayoral contest
NEWARK - Shavar Jeffries, a former state Assistant Attorney General and charter school president, made official his bid to succeed Cory Booker as Mayor of Newark tonight in a packed house announcement at the Newark Boys And Girls Club.
New method for producing clean hydrogen
Duke University engineers have developed a novel method for producing clean hydrogen, which could prove essential to weaning society off of fossil fuels and their environmental implications.
Mon May 20, 2013
Doctors using harmful cells to fight traumatic brain injury
WACH Fox News met with a researcher at Duke University who is finding a way to use harmful cells to rebuild the lives of millions of traumatic brain injury patients.
Why Congress isn't working
The study looked at Senate voting records since 1900, and found that the disparity between Democratic and Republican votes on legislation widened over time, and fewer senators now vote independently of their parties.
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
New DSM-5 creates controversy with new diagnoses and changes in existing ones
Go to an ER complaining of chest pain and you are whisked away for an EKG and blood tests to check for certain enzymes that indicate a heart attack is in process or has already occurred.
Sun May 19, 2013
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Commencement set for today at Wilson College of Chambersburg
Sylvia Earle, National Geographic Society explorer in residence and a noted scientist, oceanographer, environmental advocate and author, will address the graduating class at Wilson College's 143rd commencement ceremony at 1:30 p.m. today.
Mavericks ready to chase their dreams
It's important to invest as much as possible in your dreams, Middle College High School senior Eeyi Oon told her classmates on Friday afternoon.
Sat May 18, 2013
Dogs Show: IQ Tests Aren't So Smart
Vanessa Woods is a research scientist and Brian Hare is an associate professor of evolutionary anthropology at Duke University.
Friends and Fur
Will Phillips Jerry Lee, an 11 year old APS rescue dog, kisses Gina Longo, his owner, during the kissing competition at the Walk for the Animals annual fundraiser on Duke's East Campus on Saturday, May 18, 2013.
The Florida Times-Union
Mentor helped start Fletcher student on path to Ivy League
One day, when Kerry Burke-McCloud was in seventh grade at Fletcher Middle School, he was called to the office.
'Supreme Court asked to intervene in lacrosse case'
"Supreme Court asked to intervene in lacrosse case": Today's edition of The Herald-Sun of Durham, North Carolina contains an article that begins, "A trio of former Duke University lacrosse players has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a lower-court ruling and reinstate their federal civil-rights case against the city and its police." Posted ... (more)
The Jersey Journal
Booker racks up $1.3 million in speaking fees since 2009
NEWARK - Mayor Cory Booker made $1.3 million on the speaking circuit between 2008 and 2013 and gave roughly $620,000 of it to charity, according to documents and disclosures he released yesterday.
Fri May 17, 2013
Editorial voices from elsewhere
No matter how often Republicans denounce them, the initial talking points used by the White House to describe the attack in Benghazi, Libya are not the real point.
The Star Online
N.C. unemployment at lowest rate in four years
North Carolina's unemployment rate fell to 8.9 percent in April - the lowest in the state in four years.
The Orlando Sentinel
UCF Medical School graduates its first class
UCF first medical school students graduation UCF president John Hitt addresses the University of Central Florida's first medical school students graduation ceremony on Friday, May 17, 2013.