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Will the scandals hurt Obama and the Democrats?
They won't among a large group of Americans--and that explains a lot about our nation and about why Obama was elected.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Post-Journal, Jamestown New York
Notable Cases On Court's Upcoming Docket
The Supreme Court's 2012-13 term has included several notable cases, with decisions to be handed down anytime.
Moving to U.S. can be harmful to your health
Esther Angeles, 41, who developed diabetes after moving to the United States, ate lunch with her daughter, Johanna Marisol Gomez, 7, in Brownsville, Texas.
Should Californians be worried about the 'crazy ant' invasion?
Are "crazy ants" headed to California next? Since first being discovered in Texas in 2002, Nylanderia fulva from Argentina and Brazil has slowly been claiming more territory across the United States.
Private Label Buyer
RadioShack Private Brands To Enter College Stores
RadioShack has entered into a five-year agreement with NACSORP,a subsidiary of the National Association of College Stores, to offer brand name electronics and exclusive private brand products, including Enercell portable power and AUVIO headphones and Bluetooth speakers, to college store customers.
'Crazy' Ants Driving Out Fire Ants in Southeast
Invasive fire ants have been a thorn in the sides of Southerners for years. But another invasive species, the so-called "crazy" ant - that many describe as being worse - has arrived and is displacing fire ants in several places.
Fri May 17, 2013
Regents bill is a rebuke, but Perry still should sign it
When it comes to the University of Texas, political party allegiance is no match for the ferocity of Longhorn loyalty.
Drone technology myths, facts and future feats
It's not just birds and planes in the sky anymore -- drones are on the rise. But how much do we know about the flying machines? As the technology progresses, it appears that the aerial devices are also getting smarter.
Journal of Medical Internet Research
Internet Use Among Older Adults: Association With Health Needs,...
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Thu May 16, 2013
LLNL scientist finds topography of Eastern Seaboard muddles ancient sea level changes
The distortion of the ancient shoreline and flooding surface of the U.S. Atlantic Coastal Plain are the direct result of fluctuations in topography in the region and could have implications on understanding long-term climate change, according to a new study.
All Saints' Episcopal unveils new program for high school students
All Saints' Episcopal School is launching a new program designed to better equip their top high school students for higher education and global citizenship.
Invasive crazy ants are displacing fire ants in areas throughout southeastern US
Tawny crazy ants were first discovered in the U.S. in 2002 by a pest control operator in a suburb of Houston, and have since established populations in 21 counties in... AUSTIN, Texas - Invasive "crazy ants" are displacing fire ants in areas across the southeastern United States, according to researchers at The University of Texas at Austin.
Climate Change and Melting Ice are Shifting the Polar Poles
Every year since 2005, the North Pole has shifted several centimeters, and researchers have now attributed those rapid changes to climate change .
Shifting of North and South Poles blamed on climate change . . . huh
Richard Lovett of Nature Magazine writes, and researchers at the University of Texas, Austin suspect, that climate change has shifted the locations of Earth's North and South Poles, and increased melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet and other ice losses worldwide, helping move the North Pole several centimeters east each year since 2005.
Wed May 15, 2013
Grads told to excel in life by taking chances
Coastal Bend College honored its graduates Friday with commencement ceremonies in both the morning and afternoon - dividing it out by degree type.
Jericho Systems partners with UT on health privacy initiative
Dallas-based tech company Jericho Systems Corp. will work with the Health Information Technology program at the University of Texas at Austin in a national pilot program that explores ways to give patients control of their own health records.
RadioShack courts college kids
RadioShack is courting the college market and has entered into a five-year agreement with NACSCORP, a subsidiary of the National Association of College Stores.
House OKs bill on university regents' roles
The Texas House approved a bill Tuesday whose purpose, according to sponsor Rep.
Campus Carry Bill Passes Senate Committee
After hearing testimony from faculty, students and law enforcement officers Tuesday, a panel of state senators passed along a bill allowing college students, faculty and staff to carry concealed handguns on college and university campuses around the state.
Tue May 14, 2013
Climate Change Has Shifted the Location of the North and South Poles
Increased melting of the Greenland ice sheet and other ice losses worldwide have helped to move the North Pole several centimeters east each year since 2005 Global warming is changing the location of Earth's geographic poles, according to a new study in Geophysical Research Letters .