When it comes to getting high for less, herb-loving Oregonians have reason to cheer. Marijuana prices in the Beaver State rank among the lowest in the nation. In a new report analyzing the effect that legalization and decriminalization...Show More Summary
The highest volcano in the Galapagos Islands erupted early Monday for the first time in nearly 33 years, the archipelago's national park service reported. Isabela Island's Wolf Volcano sent smoke more than six miles high and glowed orange...Show More Summary
The National Federation of State High School Assns. has come out with its top 10 sports law issues impacting high school athletic programs.
Did you go outside instead of keeping up with college football news during your three-day weekend? Get caught up here! Best catch ever? This 2017 Florida cornerback recruit, Marco Wilson, already claimed nine power-conference scholarship...Show More Summary
BARCELONA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - If your country were responsible for only 0.05 percent of the world's climate-changing emissions, you might not think it worth making a plan to curb that pollution - especially when you still need to get electricity to much of your population.
Photo by J M Ell / by CC BY-NC 2.0 When I watched CBS Sunday Morning today they reminded me that it’s the 20th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, which means it’s also the 20th anniversary of my high school band trip to New York during which I was completely oblivious to the Oklahoma... Show More Summary
Chief economist of the European Parliament from Marine Le Pen's National Front said that EU unemployment rates are projected to climb to new highs in the coming years as euro and Eurozone’s free-exchange policy continue to kill off its competitiveness.
A major retirement took place in the world of professional hockey as Daniel Alfredsson has officially retired from the game. Alfredsson was not a highly regarded player from the nation of Sweden and was only drafted in the sixth round by the Ottawa Senators in 1994. Show More Summary
In 2006, the National Collegiate Basketball Hall of Fame was created, designed to honor those who achieved a high standard of excellence in the College game. Located in Kansas City, Missouri, the Hall is part of the College Basketball Experience, which was created by the National Association of Basketball Coaches in the Sprint Center. Show More Summary
Byron Leftwich left H.D. Woodson High School in 1997, but people there still talk about his nine seasons as a quarterback in the National Football League and the riches and fame that came with them. Like many other U.S. high schools, Woodson’s best athletes still dream of where their talents could take them.Read full article >>
Khameyea Jennings has lost her battle with cancer just weeks after the teen made national news by attending her high school prom with a member of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Jennings died on Friday after a battle with liver cancer. Jennings...Show More Summary
Opinion polls and high turnout in urban areas favored a yes vote on the referendum, which would make Ireland the first nation to approve same-sex marriage by popular vote.
Are smart people afraid of shoulders? Because that'd be one explanation for why high school junior Cameron Boland had her National Honor Society position taken away from her. Wow, that dress is offensive! BTW, what does the word "offensive" mean? (via WINK) Things were going pretty well for Fort Myers High School junior Cameron Boland recently. Show More Summary
Biaggio Ali-Walsh has a big legacy to live up to, but the grandson of boxer Muhammad Ali is doing his best to make his own name in a very different venue that his famous granddad. The 16-year-old high school student from Nevada has developed...Show More Summary
Next 10’s Green Innovation Index, International Edition for the first time analyzes and ranks the economic and energy performance of the world’s 50 largest greenhouse gas emitting nations. While the US ranks high in investment in clean...Show More Summary
Heather Brady, digital editorial specialist at National Geographic, recently returned from a long weekend getaway in Charlottesville, Virginia. Here are some of the high points of her trip, in her own words.
PJ Paparelli, the artistic director of American Theater Company in Chicago, a highly respected and nationally accomplished director of new plays, and the co-author of such potent works of documentary theater as "Columbinus" and "The Project(s)," died Thursday while on vacation in Scotland, following...
Kentucky men’s basketball coach John Calipari has been widely praised -- as well as vilified -- for his “one and done” approach to college basketball: Bring in the best high school players for a year, prepare them for the NBA and then...Show More Summary
Is anybody in SIT80's Nation having a high school reunion this year? Even if you aren't attending a reunion, don't worry, you will still always have memories of your High School Nights.
On Monday, New York Times national political correspondent Jonathan Martin took a dig at Republicans and their distaste of Hillary Clinton’s silence toward media by tweeting the following: "All the Rs mounting a high horse now about press access & Hillary will side w/the press when an R candidate starts dodging press, right?"