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  • Correction: DEM 2016-Clinton-Policy story

    In a story July 6 about Hillary Rodham Clinton's policy research efforts, The Associated Press misspelled the name of the president of Miami Dade College. It is Eduardo Padron, not Patron. A corrected version of the story is below: Clinton reaches out...
  • Clinton unveiling 2016 policy ideas on families, economy

    Earlier this year, Hillary Rodham Clinton's campaign lost count of its experts. In the months before she began her second run for the White House, Clinton spent hours quizzing economists, lawyers, educators and activists about everything from executive...
  • Helping kids find their voice

    Helping kids find their voice
    It was in the summer between seventh and eighth grade that Gordon Liao "figured it out." "I was riding my bike in the neighborhood, and I just decided, 'I am going to be cool,'" he said. As he maneuvered his way through the streets of Park Forest,...
  • Harvard announces computer data breach

    Harvard University is investigating a security breach into its data systems. The Ivy League school announced Wednesday that the intrusion into the Faculty of Arts and Sciences and central administration information technology networks was discovered June...
  • Ex-Iowa State scientist gets prison for faking HIV research

    A former Iowa State University scientist who altered blood samples to make it appear he had achieved a breakthrough toward a potential vaccine against HIV was sentenced Wednesday to more than 4 ½ years in prison for making false statements in research...
  • Studies linking autism and air pollution create worries in Northampton

    Studies linking autism and air pollution create worries in Northampton
    When Tom Sedor first heard about Northampton Generating Co.'s bid to increase its lead emissions, he immediately thought of his autistic grandson. But it wasn't long before Sedor discovered three others in his Northampton neighborhood who struggled with...
  • Nuclear talks may hinge on Iran OK'ing military site inspections

    WASHINGTON In early 2012, the U.N. nuclear watchdog asked to inspect a site inside an Iranian military base suspected of once housing part of a secret nuclear weapons research program. Tehran refused. Soon after, commercial satellite imagery began...
  • Harvard athlete among 1st openly transgender NCAA swimmers

    Schuyler Bailar was a star recruit for the women's swimming team at Harvard University, a tough competitor with a shot at winning titles. But Bailar is opting to forgo such honors to join the men's team instead, competing as one of the first openly...
  • Sam Krisch photos at Allentown Art Museum take you to ends of the Earth

    A selection of photographs showing nature at its most extreme — photographs shot at the ends of the world — are certain to give you a chill this summer. "Above Zero: Photographs from the Polar Regions," an exhibit by Sam Krisch at the...
  • Rita Moreno dances with Cardinal Dolan at NYC parade

    Entertainer Rita Moreno took Roman Catholic Cardinal Timothy Dolan for a dancing spin Sunday in the middle of Fifth Avenue by St. Patrick's Cathedral. "Hallelujah! Bienvenidos a todos," the cardinal yelled out to the Puerto Rican Day Parade crowd,...
  • Hampton University alumna releases book on rise of alma mater

     Hampton University alumna releases book on rise of alma mater
    The author of a new book on the history of Hampton University will give a lecture at Hampton History Museum noon Wednesday. HU alumna Veronica Davis will lecture and present "Under a Simple Oak: The Rise of Hampton University" as part of the museum's...