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Billions Could Die If India and Pakistan Start a Nuclear War

Zachary Keck Security, Asia Forget North Korea. This is the real nuclear threat. With the world’s attention firmly fixated on North Korea, the greatest possibility of nuclear war is in fact on the other side of Asia. That place is what could be called the nuclear triangle of Pakistan, India and China. Show More Summary

How the U.S. Military Would Strike Iran: Everything You Need to Know

Zachary Keck Security, 5 weapons of war that could do it.  In the event of an armed conflict with Iran, the single-seat, twin-engine F-22 would be integral in the opening minutes as the U.S. sought to gain air superiority over Iranian skies. Show More Summary

After The Times' revelations about a former dean, heads should roll at USC

To the editor: If this story about former Keck School of Medicine Dean Dr. Carmen A. Puliafito, who apparently partied with drug users and criminals, is largely accurate, heads should roll at USC. (“The secret life of a USC dean,” July 17) What a sordid tangle of debauchery, sickness, corruption...

Grant supports deep dive into microbes

(University of Delaware) A team of University of Delaware researchers has been awarded a $1 million grant from the W.M. Keck Foundation, which will be used to peer deep into the lives of microbes and find out how their genes get toggled off or on. Show More Summary

USC’s silence on its medical school dean’s double life is deafening

Dr. Carmen A. Puliafito, the former dean of the USC Keck School of Medicine, led quite a rollicking double life. According to a Times investigation, he was a highly respected doctor, administrator and prolific fundraiser for the university — but at the same time, according to explicit videos and...

LA Times' USC story is a real talker

Investigation into the secret drug life of the dean of the Keck School of Medicine proves a bevy of stunning revelations. Kudos roll in.

Certification Matters: Drugs, a Young Companion, Drug-Fueled Parties

4 days agoIndustries / Medical : Dr. Wes

The incredible story broke yesterday in the Los Angeles Times on the secret life of Carmen A. Puliafito, MD, Dean of the Keck School of Medicine at USC. As of this morning at 06:34AM CST, he was listed as participating in Maintenance...Show More Summary

Pasadena disciplined officer who didn’t report overdose allegedly tied to USC dean

The Pasadena Police Department investigated and disciplined an officer for failing to write up a report about the March 2016 overdose of a woman connected to Carmen Puliafito, former dean of the Keck School of Medicine at USC, city officials said Monday. Pasadena launched an administrative review into the officer’s actions after officials responding to […]

Why America Needs as Many Nuclear Attack Submarines As It Can Get

Zachary Keck Security, Americas Thanks, China.  The U.S. Navy wants to buy a lot more of its most advanced stealthy nuclear-powered attack submarines. In a small note in its Fiscal Year 2018 budget request, the Navy revealed that Allison...Show More Summary

Essential California: The secret life of a USC dean

Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Monday, July 17, and here’s what’s happening across California: TOP STORIES The secret life of a USC dean During his tenure as dean of the USC Keck School of Medicine, Dr. Carmen A. Puliafito kept company with a circle of criminals...

This Nuclear-Armed Leader Was More Terrifying Than Kim Jong-un

Zachary Keck Security, Asia It could only be Mao. North Korea’s July 4 test of an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) has forced Americans to confront a possibility that was once unthinkable: Kim Jong-un armed with nuclear weapons and the ability to use them against the United States. Show More Summary

An overdose, a young companion, drug-fueled parties: The secret life of then-USC med school dean

Photos and video show then-head of Keck School of Medicine partying with criminals and drug-users.

An Expanded, Redesigned, Biweekly Stranger Debuts This Fall

by Tim Keck Starting this fall, The Stranger—the smart, funny, irreverent, Pulitzer Prize–winning guide to Seattle—will publish on a biweekly schedule (for those keeping score at home, that’s 26 issues a year). We will print the redesigned Stranger on heavier stock, staple-bound, and with magazine-style trimmed edges. Show More Summary

Russia's Supercarrier Is a Pipe Dream

Zachary Keck Security, Eurasia It’s never, ever going to happen. Russia has confirmed that it plans on building a new super aircraft carrier despite cuts in the defense budget. “Yes, the Navy will build an aircraft carrier, for sure,” Vice Adm. Show More Summary

North Korea Isn't the Only Korea with Killer Missiles

Zachary Keck Security, Asia And don't you forget it. Over the past two years, North Korea has been testing missiles at an unprecedented rate. During this time, it has unveiled a host of new missile systems, culminating in the July 4 test of an intercontinental ballistic missile. Show More Summary

Keck School of Medicine of USC receives $6.9 million grant for pulmonary medicine research

(University of Southern California - Health Sciences) The Keck School of Medicine of USC has received a seven-year, $6.9 million NIH grant that will support research that could lead to new therapies for common lung diseases.

America's Insane Plan to Survive a Russian Nuclear Attack

Zachary Keck Security, But would it have worked? America emerged from World War II as the most powerful nation on earth. Not only did it produce half of the world’s economic output, but it was also in sole possession of the most devastating weapon ever created. Show More Summary

The Chinese Military's Secret Weapon against America

Zachary Keck Security, Asia Believe me, it’s not what you think. As Alexander de Tocqueville observed nearly two centuries ago, Americans are by nature an optimistic people. This optimism has often been a source of national strength, propelling us to seek ever greater heights. In certain instances, however, optimism can be dangerous. Show More Summary

Iran's Military Is Armed to the Teeth with Missiles

Zachary Keck Security, Middle East Should America be worried? Just when you thought you’d seen it all in the six-year-long Syrian civil war, the conflict took another turn when Iran launched a missile attack against Islamic State militants in the province of Deir ez-Zour last Sunday. Show More Summary

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