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  • Man charged in Kansas bomb plot called strange, troubled

     Man charged in Kansas bomb plot called strange, troubled
    John T. Booker Jr. struck others as strange or even troubled but also as a young man not shy about discussing his faith as a Muslim or debating Islamic philosophy at the Topeka mosque he attended. His name tag at his last job identified him as Muhammad.
  • Let's give them something to laugh about

    Let's give them something to laugh about
    Preteens are notoriously moody, pouty and testy. The good news is, they turn funny. During the tweenage years, their sense of humor pops up. As brains develop and vocabulary expands, kids grasp and deliver puns, jokes and even satire. “These...

    Roosevelt University names new president

     Roosevelt University names new president
    At a time when Roosevelt University faces financial uncertainty, it has named an accomplished fundraiser as its new president. Ali Malekzadeh will take over as the Chicago school's sixth president July 1, Roosevelt announced Thursday. Malekzadeh was...

    Careful conditioning can convert scaredy-dog

    This week, experts attending the Western Veterinary Conference in Las Vegas Feb.15-19, have answered your queries: Q: My Chihuahua growls constantly at my boyfriend, even snapping at times. My boyfriend does give him treats, or tries to, but the dog is...

    Feds promise $30M to fight citrus greening

    Feds promise $30M to fight citrus greening
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to spend $30 million fighting citrus greening, the disease that has decimated Florida's most famous fruit crop. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack said Monday in Orlando that the funding will be split between long-...