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Vanila Singh poses for a portrait on Thursday, January 23, 2014 in Fremont, Calif.
Billed by a defense lawyer as the "world's leading sleep expert," a retired Stanford doctor tried Thursday to persuade a jury that a murder confession made by a 15-year-old boy was invalid because the young man was sleep-deprived.
A former Navy contract linguist accused of taking classified documents without permission looks set to plead guilty, but to charges vastly reduced in number and seriousness from the ones he was previously facing.
The answer, according to the new UB Sustainability Dashboard , is Fargo. But that could change if students in Spaulding turn off unused lights, power down their laptops at night and find other ways to use less electricity.
When the task at hand requires some imagination, taking a walk may lead to more creative thinking than sitting, according to research published by the American Psychological Association.
Anat Admati, who is a professor of finance and economics at the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University, made the prestigious roll call for offering new ideas on how to understand and structure banking systems.
This image, taken sometime between 1865 and 1866, shows the Yosemite formation known as Pompompasos, or The Three Brothers.
The first quake was reported two miles southwest of Stanford University at a magnitude of 1.6. That tremor struck at 11:37 p.m. and was centered two miles underground.
APRIL 23--The wife and daughter of a billionaire Silicon Valley titan were the victims of an extortion plot allegedly hatched by the younger woman's former boyfriend, a Stanford University graduate who threatened to distribute naked photos of his ex unless he received hush money payments, The Smoking Gun has learned.
Palo Alto parent Amy Kacher displays two different EpiPen kits, which enable untrained people to administer the drug Epinephrine in cases of severe allergic reaction.
Prospective freshmen and their families attending Admit Weekend, which begins Thursday, will start the day at the Arrillaga Alumni Center.
Under the new guidelines, inmates that were sentenced under laws that have since changed, have served at least 10 years of their sentence and are nonviolent may be re-examined by the Justice Department and suggested to the president for clemency.
A study found that people who feel like a million bucks tend to act like they have it, as if they belong in a higher social class.
One of the best parts about researching small-cap stocks is coming across a fantastic niche business that most investors have yet to hear about.
Legislators try every year to address trafficking. Seventy-six bills and resolutions on human trafficking have been introduced in the 113th Congress so far.
In 2011, Lytro Inc dazzled the consumer gadget world when it introduced a pocket flashlight-sized gizmo that could take "living" pictures - images that could be refocused after the shutter clicked.