Trend Results : Public Programs

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 4437)


Rick Pitino "shocked" by sex scandal surrounding Louisville hoops

Startling allegations against University of Louisville men’s basketball program were made public Friday. Details from “Breaking Cardinal Rules: Basketball and the Escort Queen” were published on the Indianapolis Business Journal’s website,...Show More Summary

VA Public Schools End Christian Recruiting Program After FFRF Warning

Two weeks ago I reported on a sweeping program of organized religious coercion of student athletes by their Christian coaches at public high schools across southwestern Virginia. Since then I’ve received reports of two more schools involved, bringing the total number we know to host this program to twelve:

You won’t see John Cena on WWE programs for a while. Here’s why.

John Cena fans might want to get their fill in now because it looks like the star is planning to take a break from WWE programming starting later this month and extending through the end of the year, according to WWE’s publicized schedule. This week, WWE removed Cena from all events, including “Raw” and “Smackdown” […]

GM Testing Car-Sharing Program In NYC As Alternative To Zipcar, Uber

Though carmakers are painfully aware that people living in big cities are less likely to own a car than in less densely populated areas, where public transit isn’t as convenient of an option, that isn’t keeping them from trying to get a foothold one way or another in those markets. At some point or another, even city dwellers find themselves …

OS X 10.11.1 Public Beta 2 is now available

Apple has released the second public beta version of OS X 10.11.1 for members of its Beta Software Program. Program members can download the update through the Mac App Store on a computer registered with the program. This is expected to be the first major update to OS X El Capitan though what will be in the update when it launches is not clear. Show More Summary

Apple issues second public beta of OS X El Capitan 10.11.1

Members of Apple's public beta testing program now have access to a second pre-release build of OS X 10.11.1, a forthcoming maintenance and security update for the newly launched El Capitan Mac operating system.

#ThrowbackThursday: Mayo One Takes Flight 1984

This 1984 article first appeared in the publication Mayovox. Helicopter transport program approved; to be based at Saint Marys Faster emergency care would be provided to critically injured or ill patients under a plan by Mayo Medical Center to implement a helicopter transport program. The plan for such a program has received initial Medical Center approval. […]

Pakistani and U.S. High School Students Join Together in Global Leadership and STEM Exchange Program

On December 16, 2014, I sat in my office in Islamabad, Pakistan and watched in horror as the death toll from an assault on a school in Peshawar rose higher and higher.  Members of the Pakistani Taliban had attacked the Army Public School and killed over 140 people – 132 of them children.  This ho

Public Radio Show Pushes Replacing Confederate Flag With Simpler Image

In an effort to resolve the ongoing debate about whether or not to fly the Confederate flag, Studio 30 -- a weekly public radio program -- commissioned 70kft, a Texas-based design firm, to come up with a new flag to represent "the modern...Show More Summary

U.S. House Passes Yet Another Anti-Choice Bill

The misleadingly-named "Women's Public Health and Safety Act" would allow states to kick health-care providers out of their Medicaid programs for performing abortions, or being connected in almost any way to abortion services. Image: RepSeanDuffy / YouTube The post U.S. House Passes Yet Another Anti-Choice Bill appeared first on RH Reality Check.

iOS 9.1 Public Beta 3 now available for Beta Software Program members

Hot on the heels of the developer release, Apple has pushed out iOS 9.1 Public Beta 3 to members of its Beta Software Program. The update is available as an over-the-air download on devices with the previous beta installed. Only a few details about the update have been unveiled so far, with new emoji characters slated for inclusion. Show More Summary

Edward Snowden joins Twitter: A public platform for a privacy advocate

The move to the popular social media service makes Snowden, the man who revealed government surveillance programs, more publicly accessible.

Why Eating A ‘Western’ Diet Could Make Kids Do Worse In School

"Public health policies and health promotion programs should rigorously target the issue of food intake during this stage of individual development." The post Why Eating A ‘Western’ Diet Could Make Kids Do Worse In School appeared first on ThinkProgress.

Check Your Local Farmer’s Market for “Double Dollar” SNAP Incentives

A lot of people out there truly struggling to get by, and public assistance programs like SNAP offer some relief. Some farmer’s markets and grocery stores take it a step further by offering “double dollar” SNAP incentives. Read more...

'The Open Mind's' Alexander Heffner talks about the ideas that drive his show

Bringing a serious-minded public affairs program to TV might seem like a thankless task, especially in today's tumultuous, ratings-obsessed media environment. But 25-year-old Harvard grad Alexander Heffner insists he's ready to bring sober discussion to Americans used to the screaming matches on...

How Much Did Medicaid Programs Spend on Sovaldi in 2014?

Controversy over Daraprim, the drug that rose in price from $13.50 to $750 overnight, has propelled the issue of drug prices into the headlines and prompted a number of public figures, including Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, to weigh in on the issue. Show More Summary

Public Housing: Myth and Reality

If there’s one program conservatives and even most liberals see as indicative of a government disaster, it’s public housing. There’s a kernel of truth there because a lot of public housing projects did turn out badly, with endemic poverty, crime, and a lack of maintenance to rapid dilapidation and a reputation as the worst place […]

Apple Pushes iOS 9.1 Beta 2 to Public Testers

Apple today made iOS 9.1 public beta 2 available to those testing the pre-release version of iOS. Unlike the developer version released Wednesday, this one is for consumers who signed up for the public beta program. iOS 9.1 adds a few...Show More Summary

Results are What Matters: PLA Bootcamp 2015

The Public Library Association (PLA) held its annual Results Boot Camp program this year on August 24th - 28th at the Nashville Public Library. Facilitated by Sandra Nelson and June Garcia, this year’s event focused on strategic planning and service delivery. Show More Summary

iOS 9.1 Public Beta 2 now available for testers

Apple has released the second public beta version of iOS 9.1. Members of Apple's Beta Software Program can download this version over-the-air on a device with the previous public beta version installed. Apple recently released the second developer beta of iOS 9.1 as well. Show More Summary

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC