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19 hrs ago | Times of Oman
This NASA image obtained taken on September 26, 2013 shows a scene situated in the Noctis Labyrinthus region of Mars, perched high on the Tharsis rise in the upper reaches of the Valles Marineris canyon system.
19 hrs ago | Newsday
Taps are running dry in California's Central Valley as the worst drought in more than a century forces farmers to drill ever deeper underground for water.
20 hrs ago | WVIZ-TV Cleveland
Opponents of the education standards known as Common Core spent a week criticizing that set of standards while supporting a bill to repeal it.
21 hrs ago | Examiner.com
In this second part of a series on climate change and the methane crisis, Dorsi Diaz interviews Professor Guy McPherson, a sometimes controversial figure because of his beliefs, who shares his thoughts on recent releases of methane, where we are in the rapidly accelerating process of changes affecting the climate, and why he thinks that humanity ... (more)
Yesterday | EurekAlert!
As their moral perspectives change, disillusioned churchgoers find it increasingly difficult to remain associated with their church, yet many also find it difficult to leave.
You might think: "What a great idea -- an undergrad law degree!" After all, isn't this what the rest of the world is doing? True, except their degrees actually have value, career-wise.
Classes begin today at the University of Arizona. University officials estimate about 41,800 undergrad and graduate students are enrolled for the academic year.
Students at the University of Arizona are not the only ones headed back to class.
Thousands of new University of Arizona students gathered at the UA Mall for a welcome back event before they head to class on Monday.
The University of Arizona held its annual "Taste of the Union" event to welcome back thousands of UA freshmen and sophomores this weekend.
The Arizona Daily Star reported Saturday that a $9 million endowment from the Kemper and Ethel Marley Foundation will go toward establishing a veterinary school in 2015.
The big event has finally happened, Tucson is now the home of a brand new baby African elephant.
In 2002 Paul Pearsall from the University of Hawaii and his colleagues from the University of Arizona looked at the unique memory experiences being reported by heart transplant patients over a ten-year period.
Timothy Potts, director of the J. Paul Getty Museum , announced today the appointment of two new senior curators at the Getty Museum.
A quiet evening on Main Street in Apomattox. The town has no Starbucks, cineplex or hospital.
Updated: Tue Aug 26, 2014 05:34 pm
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