The tragic events unfolding in Ferguson, Mo., following the police shooting death of a young African-American man have ignited a national conversation around deeply rooted racial tensions in America. On Monday at Michael Brown’s funeral,...Show More Summary
3D printing has taken root in a variety of disciplines, and medicine is no stranger to leveraging its tool kit. At Boston Children's Hospital, surgeons are using printed models to prep for the operating room. "With 3D printing, we're taking a step...
By Frank Holmes: Those who root for gold root for India. Despite a welcome June rally, it's been a rocky second quarter for the world's second-largest consumer of the metal, with demand down 18 percent compared to last year. But consumer appetite seems to be on the upswing following a tepid July. Show More Summary
Chicago crowned its newest kings today, as thousands turned out to celebrate Jackie Robinson West's improbable run in the Little League World Series last week.
IAYB encounters the West Coast scene at the Grassroots Yoga Festival & discovers the seeds of something great. But they just need a little more time.
The best new bars in New Orleans, per listicle pro Scott Gold: Barrel Proof, Root Squared, Bar Redux, Meauxbar, The Ooh Poo Pah Doo Bar, The Empire Bar, Araña Taqueria Y Cantina, and Snooty Cooter, which opens this weekend in...
The significance of this study goes beyond identifying the roots of our altruism. Cooperative behavior also favored the evolution of our exceptional cognitive abilities. During development, human children gradually construct their cognitive...Show More Summary
Bâtard's caramelized milk bread is a huge hit. This week, the Underground Gourmet dropped New York's Fall Preview issue, and there's a lot to look forward to: Team Torrisi's High Line restaurant, Alex Stupak's Empellón al Pastor, Enrique Olvera's Cosme, Mu Ramen, a collaboration between Jody Williams and Rita Sodi, and 36 other new restaurants. Show More Summary
On the only scale that matters to the Internet: cats. Unless you root for Eastern Washington or Sam Houston State (and if you do, we hope you're happy being constantly coddled and favored by the national media, jerks), you've waited more than 200 days to see your team play football again. Show More Summary
Yesterday Ryan Sutton was impressed by the fried chicken at Root & Bone, and Robert Sietsema sampled the Georgian food at Old Tbilisi. Now here's a roundup of the rest of the week's big reviews: Pete Wells is won over...
It is always good to see more scientists come around to the SENS viewpoint of damage repair as the best treatment for age-related disease. Addressing root causes is a much better approach than the current prevalent paradigm of trying...Show More Summary
Joe and Anthony Russo might've directed one of the year's most successful Marvel movies -- "Captain America: The Winter Soldier" -- but they're not straying from their sitcom roots. The brothers will return to direct the "Community"Show More Summary
“China Wealth” keeps a perch on China from Shanghai but has roots in Vermont, and will be taking a look at the upcoming governor’s election there as a window into some of the challenges U.S. states face in tapping opportunities presented by Asia’s explosion of wealth and in staying competitive at a time of global and [...]
Chef Matt Kemp has returned to his Eastern Beaches roots, bringing his flavour of Franglaise to this Waverley pub. Expect to see Welsh rarebit,...
Lucy Lawless is getting back to her "Xena: Warrior Princess" dark roots for her role on "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD." Marvel.comrevealed the first image of Lawless in Season 2 as Agent Isabelle Hartley.According to the website, Hartley...Show More Summary
CHARLEVOIX, QUEBEC — The Quebec Produce Marketing Association’s 2014 Pillar of the Industry fell in love with the produce industry at the age of 14, selling produce from a fruit stand.
The Keeling Curve is the measurement of CO2 in the Earth’s atmosphere. As we burn fossil fuel or damage “Carbon sinks” we increase that number. The Keeling curve is at the root of much of the science of global warming. It goes up over time because of the release of fossil Carbon, and it wiggles…
Many or most problems in urban education are rooted in Ronald Reagan’s “Voodoo Economics.” Yes, schools declined after the 1973 Energy Crisis started the deindustrialization of America. But, Reagan’s “Supply Side Economics” accelerated the tragedy by offering tax incentives for closing still-profitable factories. Show More Summary
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Gracenote is ramping up plans to expand beyond its roots as a music metadata service, and as such has brought on a new head honcho.