9 hrs ago
'Portrait of Wally' screening in Great Neck May 30 features attorney Willi Korte
The Gold Coast International Film Festival is presenting a special screening of "Portrait of Wally: The Face that Launched A Thousand Lawsuits," about the 1939 theft of Egon Schiele's celebrated painting by the Nazis from Lea Bondi, a Viennese gallery owner, and the legal struggle, decades later, to recover the painting for Bondi's family.
21 hrs ago
Obama Nominates John Thompson to Lead Census Bureau
A former senior career official at the U.S. Census Bureau has been nominated as its director.
Fri May 24, 2013
Bridging differences between the West and the Muslim world: seeing past religion and through culture
One among too many who have turned ignorance into hatred, Islamophobic Anders Behring Breivik killed over 70 people through terror attacks in 2011 in Norway.
Chambersburg Public Opinion
Mercersburg Academy graduation Saturday
Mercersburg Academy's 120th Commencement exercises will be held Saturday at 10:30 a.m. on the platform between Keil Hall and South Cottage on campus.
The White House
President Obama Announces More Key Administration Posts
William I. Althen is founder of William I. Althen Consulting, which provides counsel on legal issues related to health, safety, labor, and employment matters.
Two SEC nominees will help smooth relations on Capitol Hill, observers say
Two new nominees for the Securities and Exchange Commission - an economist and a market structure expert -are expected to help the agency improve its strained relations with lawmakers on Capitol Hill.
Audit: Allegations dropped in 2012
The annual audit of diocesan compliance with the U.S. Catholic Church's 'Charter for the Protection of Children and Young People' found a drop in the number of allegations, number of victims and number of offenders reported in 2012.
Thu May 23, 2013
UIS Updates Blackboard
Four months after conducting a survey of students and faculty, University Information Services updated Blackboard this past weekend to help further integrate the online resource in the classroom.
New post for State Department's Victoria Nuland (who was part of...
New post for State Department's Victoria Nuland Below was sent to me by FNC's Jennifer Griffin.
US News & World Report
Improving School Data Helps Students Make Better Choices for the Future
Eric Cantor is the majority leader of the House of Representatives and represents Virginia's Seventh Congressional District.
Should I Go to Grad School?
Dear Lifehacker, My undergraduate studies are coming to an end, but I'm not sure I want to leave school yet.
That's a bit cheeky! Arnold Schwarzenegger gets touchy feely with...
Touchy feely: Arnold Schwarzenegger was seen placing his hand on the small of his estranged wife Maria Shriver's back when they attended their daughter Christina's graduation over the weekend The Terminator star was seen getting very hands on with his former wife when the couple attended their daughter Christina's graduation at Georgetown ... (more)
Wed May 22, 2013
Martin, Diagostino join SeaComm operation
His responsibilities include managing the Business Lending Department and delivering loan and deposit products to help businesses in St.
Ending Child Marriage
The practice of child marriage is a violation of human rights. Every day, girls around the world are forced to leave their families, marry against their will, endure sexual and physical abuse, and bear children while still in childhood themselves.
Biomarker trio predicts near-term heart risk
Cardiologists have identified a trio of biomarkers that may predict which patients with heart disease have a high risk of heart attack or death in the next two years.
Mon May 20, 2013
Nishanth Uli's Jeopardy Journey Is Over
Nishanth Uli's quest to become Jeopardy! College Championship is over. Uli, a 2011 Solon graduate, lost in the semi-finals despite collecting $31,600 in the semi-final round, which aired Wednesday.
Georgetown University picks D.C. official for local government affairs job
Georgetown University has hired the District's former lead on the Poplar Point redevelopment to be its first director of local government affairs, the Washington Business Journal has learned.
A Place for Lawyers to Learn Executive Skills
Ashish Nanda had been teaching at Harvard Business School for 13 years when then-Harvard Law School dean Elena Kagan approached him in 2007 with an unusual idea.
World worries about Syria; Washington stuck on Benghazi
The world is worried about Syria. But the United States is more focused on Libya.
Sun May 19, 2013
Mail & Guardian
Can al-Jazeera win hearts and minds in the US?
The pan-Arab news giant is laying the groundwork for the launch of al-Jazeera America after its purchase of Current TV, a struggling US cable channel.