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Nobel Prize Awards

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  • Neruda Foundation demands Chile immediately rebury poet

    Chile's Neruda Foundation demanded on Tuesday that the remains of Nobel Prize-winning poet Pablo Neruda be reburied immediately. Neruda died in the chaos following Chile's 1973 military coup, and his body was exhumed in 2013 to determine the cause of his...
  • Brady Appeals Suspension, And Patriots Come Out Swinging

    Brady Appeals Suspension, And Patriots Come Out Swinging
    The Patriots' Deflategate defense shifted into high gear Thursday. The NFL Players Association filed an appeal to contest quarterback Tom Brady's four-game suspension, and the team issued a long, almost line-by-line rebuttal to the Ted Wells report, which...
  • Patriots lawyer: 'Deflator' texts about weight loss, not footballs

    Patriots lawyer: 'Deflator' texts about weight loss, not footballs
    FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- A Patriots lawyer says the "deflator" nickname used by a ballboy and cited in the NFL's decision to suspend quarterback Tom Brady was about weight loss, not footballs. Team attorney Daniel Goldberg said Thursday the two Patriots...
  • The Biblioracle: A Nobel recommendation in full Blume

    The Biblioracle: A Nobel recommendation in full Blume
    The Nobel Prize in Literature isn't awarded until October, but it's never too early to start the speculating, and maybe even the lobbying. You see, I think it's high time for another American to win the award. The last U.S.-born recipient was Toni...
  • Spanish-language literary festival back in L.A. after year's hiatus

    Spanish-language literary festival back in L.A. after year's hiatus
    LĂ©aLA, the largest Spanish-language literary festival in the United States, marks its return to Los Angeles this weekend after a year's hiatus. With more than 300 literary imprints represented and over 90 book events from May 15-17 at the Los Angeles...
  • Ann McFeatters: We're not ready for silly season

    WASHINGTON The silly season is coming, and we're not ready. First of all, we didn't get a long enough spring. It went from 50 to 90 degrees far too fast, even though the official start of summer is weeks away. But it also snowed 10 inches on Mother's Day...
  • Steinem, Nobel laureates in North Korea for march across DMZ

    A group of female peace activists including Gloria Steinem and two Nobel laureates arrived in North Korea's capital on Tuesday for a march across the Demilitarized Zone that they hope will bring world attention to calls for a resolution to tensions on the...
  • The persecuted Rohingya people of Burma are in a new peril -- at sea

    The persecuted Rohingya people of Burma are in a new peril -- at sea
    The plight of the Rohingya of Burma seems only to get more harrowing. A harshly persecuted and impoverished Muslim minority in a Buddhist majority country, they are stateless, deprived of rightful citizenship by the Burmese government, restricted in where...
  • Nobel laureate Tutu says granddaughter faces criminal charge

    South African retired archbishop Desmond Tutu said one of his grandchildren has been charged with a crime, and in what appeared to be a Tutu family dispute, police said Friday they were investigating a case of property damage. Tutu confirmed the...
  • Quickly: Minimum-wage workers will need job skills eventually

    Quickly: Minimum-wage workers will need job skills eventually
    What's Quickly? It's where readers sound off on the issues of the day. Have a quote, question or quip? Call Quickly at (312) 222-2426 or email quickly@post-trib.com. The city of Gary is hosting a job fair with 300 jobs available. Now that's what I'm...
  • Anonymous $10 million gift to fund new center at Princeton

    Princeton University is using a hefty gift from an anonymous donor to open a behavioral science and public policy center. NJ.com reports (http://bit.ly/1FM1Has ) Princeton announced the $10 million gift Monday. It's using the money to create the Daniel...