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That's the daily story today about Trump, who has managed to place obscene four- and five- letter words on the front pages of newspapers the day before a nationally televised debate with Hillary Clinton that he really must win to remain in contention for president of the United States.
Flashback to my departure: "Flight #3675 is now boarding." It was a phrase I dreaded for months. The voice on the intercom
New research reveals why December's bad storm turned into a record flood -- and how to prevent such a disaster in the future.
@penn_state Student die-in in the HUB #BlackLivesMatter #PSUforFeguson pic.twitter.com/HnjfGTtVQw — Black Student Union (@BSU_PSU
For now, the next time you feel an itch, you'll just have to resist the urge to scratch -- if you can. On Wednesday, researchers
The Huffington Post reached out to The Bookie, which is managed by Barnes & Noble, but could not immediately get in contact
If there is one thing we know about colleges in Illinois, it's that attending them is quite costly. Perhaps a lesser known figure is which university in the state is the most sought after by prospective undergraduate students?
Today's action followed a historic 17-day sit-in at the St. Louis campus, where hundreds of Washington University students have joined in a campaign to remove Peabody Energy CEO Greg Boyce from the Board of Trustees, as part of other demands to cut university ties with the coal industry giant.
Health officials previously said they couldn't rule out the possibility the cub had rabies, the university said. Late on
In the tradition of King and the civil rights movement, students and community advocates at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale also held protests for divestment from Peabody yesterday.
Will other schools, alumni groups -- and investors in Peabody Energy -- follow the lead of the Washington U. students?
Physicians and their patients don't have failsafe access to the medical information they need when they need it. And researchers, ready and waiting to solve the medical challenges of today, simply cannot turn the trove of data the government is sitting on into the healthcare advancements of tomorrow.
Certain colleges have prestige and rigorous admissions standards, but which colleges actually have the smartest students
Too often we've come to think about our lives in terms of chronos -- the time elapsed in, say, 24 hours. We often forget about kairos -- windows of opportunity that present themselves in the moment, measured qualitatively, instead of with seconds, minutes, and hours.
Missouri's Sen. Roy Blunt warned that the sequester was a blunt instrument, so to speak, but joined his fellow Senate Republicans
Even so, a list of phthalate-free cosmetics and other products can be found here. Everyone's spotted them -- women of all
We're going to go ahead and put this in the, "No, really?" column. Participants in a Washington University School of Medicine