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2 hrs ago | The Hoya
Georgetown University Police Department and Metropolitan Police Department responded to a report of a bomb threat in Leavey Bookstore late afternoon March 8. At 4:30 p.m., a Leavey bookstore supervisor received an anonymous phone call threatening to set off a bomb in the bookstore.
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7 hrs ago | The Telegraph
New Delhi, March 13: Rahul Gandhi's control over the Congress's election management process is so complete that his team has opened a parallel war room, rendering the old one largely redundant.
11 hrs ago | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
Thousands of tiny glass beads skillfully sewn onto an array of items make a statement not only of beauty, but of the history and culture of a people.
15 hrs ago | ABA Journal
Georgetown University law professor Rosa Brooks takes a stand for work-life balance in an essay that suggests too much leaning in can lead women to burn out and drop out of the workplace.
19 hrs ago | LiveScience
The first settlers of the New World may have spent 10,000 years on Beringia, a vast land bridge that once connected Asia and Alaska, according to a new analysis of modern languages spoken by Native Americans and people in Siberia.
A Georgetown University student had died while on a spring break trip with friends in the Dominican Republic and the cause of death is said to be from "natural causes."
In a breakthrough for Alzheimer's research, scientists have created a blood test that can accurately predict whether someone will develop the degenerative disease.
Check out some of the new venues in Washington D.C., especially along 14th street.
This polar projection map of Asia and North America shows the approximate terminal Pleistocene shoreline.
Americans pursuing science, tech, engineering, and math careers for career stability and higher pay are at risk of being pushed out of their fields in favor of younger workers.
Facing increased pressure to produce valuable degrees, graduate schools are reinventing their programs with a sharper emphasis on career skills and enhanced course offerings.
For five New Rochelle High School seniors, the great college aid game is reaching a suspenseful climax: Getting into a school is hard, but making the adult decision about a school - with all its financial implications - perhaps is harder.
John Mikhail has posted Any Animal Whatever? Harmful Battery and its Elements as Building Blocks of Moral Cognition on SSRN.
Researchers at Georgetown University announced the discovery of a blood test that can predict whether a person will develop Alzheimer's disease or a related condition within three years.
The HCI Group, a leading provider of health care information technology strategy and enterprise consulting services to health care organizations, has named Dr. William Bria as its chief medical information officer and Robert Steele, formerly senior director of applied clinical informatics at the corporate level for Tenet Healthcare, Dallas, Texas, ... (more)
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The Rev. Arthur Schmit, O.S.B., monk and priest of St. Bede Abbey, 83, died from congestive heart failure and related complications late in the morning of Saturday, March 8, 2014, at St. Joseph's Nursing Home in Lacon, where he had been receiving hospice care since mid-January.