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Bill Whalen who is a research fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution says the high-speed rail project is also a subject sure to be on voters' minds this year.
Satellite Healthcare, Inc., among the nation's leading not-for-profit providers of kidney dialysis and related services and a major sponsor of kidney research, today announced the City of San Jose has commended Satellite for 40 years of service to those with kidney disease.
Some sour news for lactose-intolerant people who hoped that raw milk might prove easier to stomach than pasteurized milk: A pilot study from the Stanford University School of Medicine shows little difference in digestibility between the two.
Doctors in the United States are writing more prescriptions for sedatives than ever before, and the frequent use of these powerful drugs in combination with narcotic painkillers may be causing medication-related deaths, a new study suggests.
THE Deputy Governor of the Bank of England addressed North-East business leaders today, outlining the challenges still faced by the recovering UK economy.
One of the more indispensable words of instruction I have ever received came from Dr. Fred Luskin who was head of the Stanford University Forgiveness Project.
Double-digit annual returns for most U.S. public pension systems over the past two years have done little to shrink the yawning deficits facing many of them after a decade of inadequate funding, according to analysts and recent data.
With Russian troops seemingly continuing to grow their military presence in Ukraine's Crimea, questions are mounting as to what comes next for the troubled region -- specifically, will Crimea secede from Ukraine; and will Russian President Vladimir Putin go further, bringing his troops into other regions of the country.
As international efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions stall, schemes to slow global warming using fantastical technologies once dismissed as a sideshow are getting serious consideration in Washington.
Few have defended the Obama administration, and especially Obamacare, as vocally and in my view often unreasonably, as Fox News's Juan Williams.
I first met Malala's father when I was 19 years old. I was at Stanford University as a sophomore.
Two-thirds of Oklahoma's energy needs could be served by wind power by 2050 under an ambitious 50-state plan to transition to renewable energy by a Stanford University professor.
As a step toward a comprehensive, countywide strategy to stamp out drug and alcohol problems, Santa Cruz County leaders on Thursday spoke to about 200 residents and service providers at a meeting at Aptos High School to frame the issue.
After serving in the army for 35 years and retiring at the rank of lieutenant general as a highly decorated officer, Karl Eikenberry served as the United States ambassador to Afghanistan from 2009 to 2011.