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Nobel Prize Awards

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  • Posthumous Nelson Mandela memoir to be published in 2016

    A posthumous memoir by Nelson Mandela, recounting his time as South Africa's first democratically elected president, is scheduled to be published around the world next year. Pan Macmillan said Tuesday that it will publish the sequel to Mandela's best-...
  • Cruz to become first major candidate to jump into 2016 race

    Cruz to become first major candidate to jump into 2016 race
    The 2016 contest for the White House will get its first official big-name entrant on Monday, in a move likely to upend the dynamics of the nascent presidential race. Sen. Ted Cruz, the combative conservative who has made liberty the clarion call of...
  • Auguste Rodin sculptures at Michener Museum highlight his innovations

    Possibly no single force has so deeply influenced modern sculpture as Auguste Rodin. A bold statement, surely, but even more remarkable when applied to someone raised with all the earmarks of failure. Born into humble beginnings in Paris in 1840 —...
  • Daughter of Desmond Tutu to speak in Aurora

    Daughter of Desmond Tutu to speak in Aurora
    The daughter of South African civil rights leader Desmond Tutu will be coming to Aurora to speak about his mission and the importance of working for peace around the world. East Aurora School District 131 will host two events at which Naomi Tutu will be...
  • Kremlin murder trail leads to Chechnya as Putin said to fume

    MOSCOW All roads in Russia's investigation into the murder of opposition leader Boris Nemtsov so far lead to Chechnya, where a strongman groomed by President Vladimir Putin is becoming increasingly difficult to control. The main suspect in the Feb. 27...
  • The dollar is king again

    The dollar is once more king and it will likely be until 2030. And there's not a thing politicians, pundits and economists can do about it.  The dollar is at $1.06 to a euro, a huge fall of 25 percent from where it was a year ago, and it hasn't...
  • 8 places to visit for Women's History Month

    8 places to visit for Women's History Month
    Chicago has elected just one female mayor, but you don't have to endure the travails of the Jane Byrne Interchange to honor the legacies of notable women during Women's History Month. Below is just a partial list of sites dedicated to the memory and...
  • Hopkins student gets wild with Pi

    Hopkins student gets wild with Pi
    Introducing Matt Post, a senior research scientist in computer science at the Johns Hopkins Human Language Technology Center of Excellence. Someday we may be telling you that he won a Nobel Prize, but for now his claim to fame is counting out, as you'll...
  • Condo marks 50 years on the Mile

    Condo marks 50 years on the Mile
    A well-known icon of the Galt Ocean Mile just turned 50 years old. The Fountainhead Condominium on A1A at the southern edge of Lauderdale by-the-Sea has been reigning since Lyndon Johnson was president. But residents are not touchy about their...
  • State accepting nominations for NC's top civilian award

    The state Department of Cultural Resources accepting nominations for North Carolina's highest civilian honor now through April 24. The department administers the North Carolina Award, which is awarded by the governor and which recognizes notable...
  • Maine teacher wins $1 million Global Teacher Prize in Dubai

    An English teacher from rural Maine won the $1 million Global Teacher Prize on Sunday after 42 years of work as an innovator and pioneer in teaching literature. Nancie Atwell plans to donate the full amount to the Center for Teaching and Learning which...