| Jan 13, 2008
Aircraft used to manage water supplies from Orlando to the Keys also give rides to high-ranking public officials, flying at taxpayer expense.
Trips by the South Florida Water Management District's governing board include flights with only one passenger,...
| Jun 1, 2009
| 2:52 PM
MONDAY, JUNE 1ST
SOFT DESPOTISM, DEMOCRACY'S DRIFT
Are you concerned about the United States drifting away from its core principles? Do you sense that many of western civilizations governments may be veering away from their classical liberal roots...
| Jun 9, 2009
| 12:38 PM
Blue Collar, Blue Scrubs
A memoir from Dr. Collins' days as a construction worker to his entry into medical school.
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| Jul 20, 2009
The first astronauts to walk on the moon are now aiming for a new destination: Mars.
On Monday, The Apollo 11 crew will be at the White House to be honored by President Barack Obama on the 40th anniversary of their historic landing. And they plan to...
| Jan 23, 2010
They may be cast in steel, assembled out of driftwood, machined on industrial lathes or hand-carved out of salt, but ultimately all of these urns have two common purposes: to contain and to heal. Rather than be burned, buried or sequestered in a...
| Sep 30, 1966
America's final Gemini space walker has plunged with scarce notice into a Baltimore swimming pool to see if being an underwater dog paddler is anything like being a human satellite.
Apparently, it is. And so astronaut Edwin E. Aldrin Jr., who spent two...