Political Wire members get the latest edition of . This special double issue features an exclusive poll ahead of Michigan’s March 8 primary. Members who wish to subscribe to Inside Michigan Politics also get a discounted rate and a copy of [...]
Children with cancer and their families often experience considerable psychological and social challenges during and after treatment. A special issue of Pediatric Blood & Cancer now offers evidence-based standards for pediatric psychosocial care. read more
Dandakaranya Special Zonal Committee of CPI-Maoist issues press release on fake encounters staged by police in Bastar between September 26 2015 and January 4 2016. Condemns police practices of sexual assault and black propaganda. Media report summarizing statement in Hindi here Bhagalpur University professor arrested in Bihar on suspected Naxal links Patna: A [...]
TENNESSEE VOTES FOR ARTICLE V CONVENTION OF THE STATES. Perhaps I should reread Mark Levin’s The Liberty Amendments. I should also note that the Tennessee Law Review published a special symposium issue on constitutional conventions a few years ago. I wrote the Foreword, Sandy Levinson wrote the Afterword, and an all-star cast including Randy Barnett, […]
Khalifa Kush To Hit Dispensaries Soon Remember that “KK” that started a whole avalanche of Twitter issues last week? As most already knew, Wiz was referring to his special strain of Khalifa Kush, developed with a Colorado-based weed company months
I take my M&M Cookies very seriously. So seriously that I went out of my way to order special Super Bowl colors to represent the teams playing in the game. Who am I? Clearly, I have issues. But it’s all about a fun party moment, and these definitely fit the bill. It starts […]
The February 2016 issue of In Session is available online. It is the monthly e-newsletter of the Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL) and contains news from CALL committees and special interest groups, member updates and eve...
A spokesman for the Swiss Foreign Ministry said that everyone, who was invited to the Geneva intra-Syria talks by the United Nations and Special Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura, was provided with Swiss visas to enter the country.
Although they're recognized for unique and individual achievements, the 2016 Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue's stars have one special thing in common — they're all women.
David Beckham looks so sexy while going shirtless on the cover of British GQ‘s March 2016 issue, on newsstands February 4. The 40-year-old former soccer star is celebrated by the mag with five special edition covers, which all feature photographs throughout his life. The most iconic pics of David are being displayed in a new [...]
f Christopher Paolini’s novel-framing maps from the March/April issue have you wanting to chart your own story, you’re in luck. Gain more insight into the process with a special look at Paolini’s early drafts. The post Mapping the Journey: Christopher Paolini Shares Early Map Drafts appeared first on WritersDigest.com.
LOS ANGELES — The Vanity Fair Hollywood Issue is getting the Snapchat treatment. The Condé Nast publication is partnering with the social media platform to unveil its annual special issue, Mashable has exclusively learned. The tri-fold cover will be available on a special channel on Snapchat Discover at noon ET on Monday. Show More Summary
GENEVA (Reuters) - A Saudi-backed Syrian opposition delegation met the U.N.'s special envoy Staffan de Mistura for the first time on Sunday demanding efforts to improve humanitarian conditions on the ground or they would shun political negotiations.
The current issue of Technology and Innovation has articles on the 2015 Patents for Humanity Awards, asbestos exposure during outdoor recreational activities, the phenomenon of academic serial inventors, and a special section on regulatory science with articles on organic vs. conventional foods and the critical role of review criteria in peer review.
We are pleased to announce the publication of the following issue of Water: Water, Volume 8, Issue 1 (January 2016), 1-29 If you cannot access the articles, click here. Special Issues. You'll note there are several 'Special Issues' in this issue, some with just one or a few papers and...
UN Special Envoy to Syria Staffan de Mistura said Friday the Syrian government delegation for talks on the country’s reconciliation had raised issues of compiling the official list of terrorist groups operating in the country during their negotiations.
Will Smith is dapper in a suit while hitting the red carpet at the special screening of Concussion held at the Ham Yard Hotel on Thursday (January 28) in London, England. The following morning, the 47-year-old actor switched into something more casual to visit the BBC Radio 2 studios in support of the flick. PHOTOS: [...]
Thank Christ Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback and his team of merry Republican legislators have fixed the budgetary crisis they created, and now have time to move on to the important issues. It’s time to ban discrimination against poor, helpless, harmless gun dealers, who can’t help that they were #BornThatWay: A bill that would ban discrimination
From 1836 to 1839, the American Anti-Slavery Society published The Slave's Friend, a juvenile periodical edited by abolitionist Lewis Tappan. Each issue, specially sized to fit small hands, was sixteen pages in length, and featured a mix of stories, news items, and poems meant to gently, but firmly, tell white children about the evils of slavery. Show More Summary
Emerging evidence suggests that the central nervous system (CNS) is a key contributor to the problem of painful peripheral nerve disease in people with diabetes, according to a special article in the February issue of PAIN(r), the official publication of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP). The journal is published by Wolters Kluwer.