Arrow has specially adapted a car—Project SAM—for paralyzed racer Sam Schmidt.
As Kate Plus 8 fans know, Kate Gosselin recently revealed that her young son Collin was sent away to a treatment center for “special needs.” The reality star, however, refused… READ ON
Lea Michele poses in her living room of the cover of InStyle‘s special Home and Design issue, on stands September 30. Here’s what the 30-year-old Scream Queens star had to share with the mag: On preferring to a night-in at home: “I’m a homebody. I’m not a party girl. I’ve never been that. Trust me, [...]
There’s a reason USGBC gives out those funny green hard hats in Sacramento every year. This June, they went to Assemblymember Phil Ting and Assemblymember Richard Bloom for their outstanding leadership on our issues. Very special recognition and a salute also went out to NRDC’s Annie Notthoff and California Department of General Services’ Daniel Kim.
Law School Special Report, Tackling Timely Issues of Race and Class: In law schools across the U.S., professors are discussing current events and social justice movements in their courses. The idea? To demonstrate how race and class intersect with law. Also, in a contributed piece, a law dean offers students...
In the future, speaking may be all that’s required to diagnose health issues. Beyond Verbal, an Israeli company specializing in analyzing emotion from vocal intonation, is set to launch a platform today that could be the first step in doing just that. Show More Summary
The Feud Between Al-Qaeda and the Islamic State This article, written by Issue Editor James Ellis, and other articles about America’s assault on its greatest terror threat, are featured in Newsweek’s new Special Edition, Killing ISIS. Al-Qaeda’s leaders were wary of Abu Musab...
This article, written by Issue Editor James Ellis, and other articles about America’s assault on its greatest terror threat, are featured in Newsweek’s new Special Edition, Killing ISIS. Al-Qaeda’s leaders were wary of Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, a Jordanian street tough who later embraced jihadism. When he first appeared on Al-Qaeda’s Kandahar doorstep in 1999 seeking [...]
Here is is the latest issue of the open-access journal Water, Volume 8, issue 9 (September 2016). If you cannot access the articles, visit the issue's homepage - click here. Special Issues. You'll note there are some 'Special Issues' in this issue, some with just one or a few papers...
The following is excerpted from the July 13, 1998 edition of Newsweek, by Andrew Murr, Daniel Glick and Sherry Keene-Osborn. This artice is featured in Newsweek's Special Edition, JonBenet: 20 Years Later, by Issue Editor James Ellis. It was the first mistake in a day of many. Show More Summary
Learn the true origins of Thor's mighty Uru hammer in a special spotlight issue! The post EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Mighty Thor #12 appeared first on CBR.com.
In another installment of Between Two Ferns with Zach Gaifinakis, special guest Hillary Clinton discusses (or rather Galifinakis discusses while Clinton bemusedly shakes her head) being a certain generation's first white President, and whether or not "being racist" is a good strategy for winning elections. It's pretty freaking hilarious.
Las Vegas Weekly magazine, published by Greenspun Media Group, has partnered with Wynn Las Vegas and Intrigue Nightclub to create the first-ever Women of Intrigue project, a special issue recognizing outstanding 10 individuals in Las Vegas....
A special Halloween decoration is raising awareness about an issue that’s important to many families. The Teal Pumpkin Project encourages people to remember the trick-or-treaters who have food allergies and may find this time of year challenging. Show More Summary
In 2006, then-New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg issued an executive order establishing the Office of Special Enforcement, a citywide agency responsible for enforcing “quality of life” regulations—a nebulous, ideologically charged...Show More Summary
PLOS Medicine’s Associate Editor Tom McBride interviews Bruce Miller, Guest Editor for our Special Issue on Dementia, in the first of two podcasts. Dr. Bruce Miller is the Director of the Memory and Aging Center at
A special issue explores the study of inequality, and how socio-economic divides affect the science workforce.
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If you have an interest in telomerase research, and anyone following developments in the science of aging really should pay attention to telomerase research, then you might find a recent special issue of Genes to be worth reading. It...Show More Summary
The 144-page special issue, "Love is Love," will hit stores in December.