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2 hrs ago | Time
"I don't remember any of this at all," Jantjie told the Associated Press when a reporter showed him video footage of him signing at the Mandela memorial service on Dec. 10. Jantjie was on stage for more than three hours, ostensibly interpreting speeches made by dignitaries, including President Obama, in sign language for the deaf community.
Should free speech ever be restricted?
Can You Crack These Presidential Code Names?
7 hrs ago | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Newly hired Moon Area Superintendent Curt Baker is faced with the task of ushering the students of Crescent and Moon to join the ranks of Pennsylvania's educational creme de la creme.
11 hrs ago | Bioscience Technology
Two very different recent papers come to a similar conclusion: cyclical, physiologic hormone replacement therapy aids memory in postmenopausal women.
15 hrs ago | WIFR
Nearly 100 Rockford Public Schools students were named 2014-15 Illinois State Scholars for their outstanding academic achievement.
19 hrs ago | NH Insider
Let's not get ahead of ourselves. President Obama's administration is facing a major scandal over the alleged manipulation of its jobs data - specifically the Census Bureau community surveys that comprise the Bureau of Labor Statistics' widely watched monthly employment situation reports.
Thousands of pages of investigative documents released during a National Transportation Safety Board hearing Wednesday revealed that pilot Lee Kang Kuk harbored fears about landing safely while relying on manual controls and a visual approach, but he didn't express them to his fellow crew members because he didn't want to fail his training mission ... (more)
The investigation into the crash-landing of an Asiana Airlines flight at San Francisco's airport last summer has highlighted problems with cockpit culture and the trainee pilot's lack of confidence in his ability to safely land the Boeing 777.
Award Winning Fine Artist, Public Artist, and educator Caryl Christian Levy hosted a very special art reception at her gallery in Chinatown in downtown Los Angeles on November 23rd, 2013.
Left Kobe Steel in 1982 to work as political secretary to his father Shintaro Abe, then foreign minister, to prepare for a career in politics.
SeaTac's narrow passage of Proposition 1, a bundle of employment law requirements including a $15 hourly wage for some transportation and hospitality workers, energized local activists.
Ever since he took office three years ago, Gov. Jerry Brown has been trying to build two landmark public works projects to reshape California: a $68 billion high-speed rail system and a $25 billion overhaul of the state's water system, including two massive tunnels under the Delta.
As the flu continues to make it's way across the country, afflicting all those whom come in contact with it and turning them into walkers, having to go to the doctor might be a necessary trip in the next few months.
Better late than never: Spencer Pratt has earned his college degree, 10 years after he enrolled.
The head of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra was named the next president of the Kennedy Center and will become the first woman to lead the performing arts center since it opened in 1971, officials said Tuesday.
Deborah Rutter, answers questions during a news conference in Washington, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, after Kennedy Center Chairman David M. Rubenstein announced the selection Rutter as a new president of the Kennedy Center.
Kennedy Center Chairman David M. Rubenstein listens at right as Deborah Rutter speaks during a news conference in Washington, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013, were it was announced that Rutter would become the new president of the Kennedy Center.
A Los Angeles man who placed prank calls about job vacancies for prominent professional coaches was arrested Monday, police said.