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President Donald Trump has become increasingly dishonest, according to a study conducted by the Toronto Star. The Canada-based newspaper tallied all of the words Trump... [Read More]
A new study of volatility in commodity prices indicates that both the total and the decomposed variance risk premiums of at least certain commodities markets... [Read More]
Celgene amends protocol for phase 2 multiple myeloma study. FDA accepts BLA from Roche for subcutaneous version of Herceptin. Amgen and UCB resubmit BLA applica... [Read More]
Yet research shows that myths about electric cars are keeping people from buying them. [Read More]

More than a billion people are at risk from a lack of air conditioning and refrigeration to keep them cool and to preserve food and... [Read More]

The All-Pro DB, starting fresh with the 49ers after seven stellar seasons in Seattle, summoned the best at his position to study film and share... [Read More]
"Dirt," the second episode of Sharp Objects, is a study in contradictions. Those contradictions revolve around beauty and brutality,... [Read More]

Almost a quarter of the nation's children under 5 are at risk of not being counted in the 2020 census, which could have serious implications... [Read More]

Former Temple President Neil D. Theobald and the university struck a deal for his resignation in July 2016, and that deal included his receiving $1.38... [Read More]
Researchers say patients would recover better if rehab focused on how they see their surroundings. [Read More]
Ogdensburg Pro Musica Chorus has announced the recipients of its 2018 scholarships and the annual Sally Bibbens Scholarship. The 2018 recipient of the Bibbens Scholarship... [Read More]
It's legal for Californians to smoke marijuana now, but how soon after lighting up is it safe to drive? [Read More]
A McGill University study found nonwhite actors are disproportionately underrepresented in Hollywood films — a phenomenon also seen in Canada, according to industry professionals. [Read More]
While a study conducted by Indian Spinal Injuries Centre suggested that cracking or grating sounds in knees can lead to osteoarthritis (arthritis happening due to... [Read More]
After more than a year of study, public hearings and discussion, San Rafael officials are launching a short-term solution to ease the parking crunch in... [Read More]
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The report on Wood Buffalo National Park in Alberta looks at 17 measures of environmental health, from river flows to Indigenous use. It concludes 15... [Read More]
A Minnesota company is studying the feasibility of moving a historic northern Iowa train depot that otherwise faces demolition. Thein Moving Co. has begun a... [Read More]
Justin Hsu has just been announced as the winner of the John C. Reynolds Doctoral Dissertation Award, presented annually to the author of an outstanding... [Read More]
"Rock and Roll Ain't Noise Pollution" proclaims the title of a song on AC/DC's landmark album "Back in Black." But one Mississippi State University professor,... [Read More]