5 hrs ago
The Baltimore Sun
Highland-raised service dog finds new home, and purpose, in Waldorf
When faced with arriving visitors, most dogs will bubble over with excitement, exuberantly sniffing, licking and jumping up to say hello.
10 hrs ago
The Plain Dealer
Federal appeals court in Cincinnati to hear arguments Wednesday in...
A federal appeals court will hear arguments next week on five same-sex marriage cases that potentially could provide the foundation for a landmark opinion by the U.S. Supreme Court.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
300: 5 things to know in the Pac-12
While things can and will change between now and signing day, the updated ESPN 300 rankings at the close of the summer period show 24 Pac-12 commitments and provide a number of discussion topics relating to the present and future of Pac-12 recruiting for the 2015 class.
AG Roy Cooper Says Federal Decision in VA Could Clear Way for Gay Marriage in North Carolina
A federal appeals court panel on Monday struck down Virginia's ban on same-sex marriage, and that decision could have major political and legal implications for North Carolina.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
The City Wire
Lessons learned from the fall of Rome
Editor's note: This commentary is part of a collaboration between the University of Arkansas at Fort Smith and The City Wire to deliver an ongoing series of political-based essays and reports.
Tiny New Species Of Frog Discovered In Brazil
Image Caption: This image shows the male holotype of the new species Chiasmocleis quilombola.
Columbia Journalism Review
The Guardian experiments with crowdsourcing translations
Speakers of English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Hindi, or Arabic can explore the Guardian's new multimedia project on World War I in their native language.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
I opened the latest issue of THE WEEK and read a blurb in "It wasn't all bad" about six-year-old Emily Heaton who asked her father if she could be a princess.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
A tiny new species of frog from Brazil with a heroic name
The Atlantic Forest is a hotspot of biodiversity and one of the most species richness biome of anurans in the world.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Takeaways from the Esri Education GIS Conference 2014
Executive Editor Adena Schutzberg attended Esri's 15th annual Education GIS Conference last week in San Diego.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
The Real Deal
At the desk of: David Von Spreckelsen
From the July issue: David Von Spreckelsen, the president of Toll Brothers City Living, moved to New York City in 1985 to take a job as an assistant buyer at Lord & Taylor.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Dr. Richard Leatherman Pens a Man's Love Story
RICHMOND, Va., July 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ Dr. Richard "Dick" Leatherman, a noted author of management books, has written an engaging novel titled, A Man's Love Story: Flora, Mariana, Dena, and Xinia .
Man claims desert kingdom for daughter
Jeremiah Heaton was playing with his daughter in their Abingdon, Virginia, home last winter when she asked whether she could be a real princess.
Summer reading starts the conversation for incoming freshmen
And since 2010, the National Association of Scholars has been studying these assignments to find out what books are selected, how many and what kinds of colleges have such programs, and how these books are integrated into academics.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Atomic Learning Offers Seamless Ed Tech Training Tool Integration at BbWorld 2014
Atomic Learning showcases seamless education technology training integration for course management systems at BbWorld 2014 in Las Vegas.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Va. man claims kingdom so daughter can be a princess
"Princess" Emily Heaton, 7, smiles as she talks about her father's birthday present to her July 2, 2014 in Abingdon, Va.
James MacGregor Burns, historian and FDR biographer, dies at age 95
James MacGregor Burns, the political scientist, historian and author of more than 20 books including biographies on presidents Franklin D. Roosevelt and John F. Kennedy, died Tuesday at his home in Williamstown, according to his son, Stewart Burns.
Detroit Free Press
Federal government threaten colleges as sexual assault claims increase
For the growing list of college and universities under investigation by the Department of Education for their handling of sexual assault complaints, the threat of losing federal funds remains real.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Building Operating Management
CMMS: Smooth Road to Specification and Upgrade
It is not supposed to be this easy. Replacing a computerized maintenance management system rarely goes so smoothly.
Metro UK News
American man claims African kingdom for his daughter so she can be an actual princess
Jeremiah Heaton and his seven year-old daughter, Princess Emily, show off the flag used to claim the Eastern African region of Bir Tawil Dads say a lot of things to have an easy life and, let's be honest, they don't always mean them.