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2 hrs ago | National Review Online
This is a smart decision, because there is more than one way to shrink the American gun culture. The "assault weapon" prohibition campaign of the last quarter-century was the most successful effort in American history to ban large numbers of guns.
6 hrs ago | WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
A former Indiana University of Pennsylvania student surrendered Tuesday to face charges that he stabbed a man on a street across from the IUP campus last weekend. LIVE IN THE NEWSROOM, BOB MAYO, PITTSBURGH'S ACTION 4. NOW TO THIS, ONLY ON 4, A SUSPECT WANTED IN A STABBING NEAR THE IUP CAMPUS TURNS HIMSELF IN.
8 hrs ago | O-R Online
CALIFORNIA – California University of Pennsylvania will eliminate 30 jobs at a time when its enrollment has fallen, interim Cal U. President Geraldine M. Jones announced Tuesday.
10 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald
A student at Indiana University of Pennsylvania has been charged with stabbing another man, which the suspect's defense attorney contends was self-defense. Defense attorney Robert Muir says his client, 21-year-old William Rivera, is withdrawing from school and will live with his parents in Reston, Virginia while the charges filed Tuesday play out.
14 hrs ago | ABC 27
A western Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $60,000 from a church charity that benefits Sudanese children. A western Pennsylvania man has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $60,000 from a church charity that benefits Sudanese children.
15 hrs ago | Forward
An independent Jewish organization at the University of Pennsylvania has stopped offering students a stipend to participate in its Maimonides program, after parents objected to the practice. Since 2004, Meor has offered a $400 stipend for students to participate in its Maimonides Leaders Fellowship program.
15 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
Authorities have accused a University of Pennsylvania student of going on a vandalism spree in his hometown in New Jersey.
17 hrs ago | Medical News Today
One in six cancer patients enroll in hospice only during their last three days of life, according to a new study from a team from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. Their findings, published online last month in the Journal of Clinical Oncology also reveal a profile of patients who may be most at risk of these late admissions.
A former Don Bosco Prep track star with a promising future as a University of Pennsylvania student was charged Monday with a vandalism binge in the township last May that shattered windows in nine homes and three parked cars. Timothy Hamlett, who has completed his sophomore year at Penn, turned himself in at the Teaneck Municipal Court to face charges in connection with the vandalism that left residents wondering what was becoming of the normally quiet neighborhood in the southwest corner of the township, just a few blocks from Fairleigh Dickinson University.
Hospital costs are higher and the odds of complication and death are greater for multiple-birth infants than singleton births and some of this clinical and economic burden can be alleviated through single-embryo transfer in assisted reproductive technology . The increase in multiple births over the past three decades is a public health concern worldwide.
A California University of Pennsylvania student accused of assaulting a school police officer earlier this month waived her case to court after the most serious charge against her was withdrawn by the prosecution.
Donna Shalala hasn't even left yet, but already the University of Miami's party school reputation is back. Playboy magazine released their list of the top ten party schools this year, and the University of Miami comes it at number seven.
Using a zebrafish model of a human genetic disease called neurofibromatosis , a team from the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania has found that the learning and memory components of the disorder are distinct features that will likely need different treatment approaches. They published their results this month in Cell Reports .
Prescription-drug abuse and misuse by seniors doesn't get much attention. But with the senior population steadily growing, it's getting harder to ignore.
Police said a man was stabbed twice in the arm in Indiana County, across from the Indiana University of Pennsylvania campus Sunday night. The attack occurred around 5:30 p.m. in the parking lot next to the Papa John's on Oakland Avenue.
For the late-night legions who watch Questlove provide the backbeat for guests from President Obama to new recording mate, Elvis Costello, it might seem like the drummer has grabbed the Golden Ring and rest comfortably now. Surprisingly, he might have had those thoughts, too, a few years back, but now, he's riding and artistic wave that hasn't crested, and holding to his roots in music and in life.
Secretary of State's office has unveiled a new, online version of Simply Washington, a fun and colorful 56-page booklet that highlights and explains many aspects of our great state. People can access the online version on our homepage or here: http://1.usa.gov/1Bve4n5 .
Updated: Tue Sep 16, 2014 08:16 pm
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