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  • Bomb threats shared electronically close schools

    Tech-savvy students and others are using smartphone apps, social media and Internet phone services to make anonymous reports of bombs and other threats of violence at schools. The result: school evacuations and police sweeps. In most cases, such a threat...
  • Reviews: 'So You've Been Publicly Shamed' and 'Is Shame Necessary?'

    Reviews: 'So You've Been Publicly Shamed' and 'Is Shame Necessary?'
    Early in 2012, a well-known writer seemed to go slightly crazy. Jon Ronson was already something of a journalistic stuntman, a sleuth who sniffed out strangely compelling stories on topics like military-funded psychics ("The Men Who Stare at Goats") and...
  • Mayor Robert Garcia wants to transform Long Beach into high-tech hub

    Mayor Robert Garcia wants to transform Long Beach into high-tech hub
    In the shadow of Long Beach City Hall lies Lincoln Park, a patch of urban grit that has attracted such unflattering online descriptions as "basically a homeless encampment." On a recent night, however, it was a place transformed. The trees were hung...
  • NYU Langone, Lutheran Medical Center get OK to affiliate

    NYU Langone and Lutheran Medical Center say their affiliation agreement has received final state approval. The agreement approved Wednesday extends NYU Langone's presence in Brooklyn and bolsters Lutheran's access to NYU Langone's medical and surgical...
  • U.S. should rethink Israel support

    When Benjamin Netanyahu stated recently that there would never be a Palestinian state as long as he was Prime Minister of Israel, he confirmed what everyone had been saying for years: Netanyahu has never been interested in a two-state solution to the...
  • New generation of African Americans are moving less

    STOCKBRIDGE, Ga. Tavaras Powell moved hundreds of miles south to an Atlanta suburb in search of a job after getting his college degree 15 years ago. Here, he met and married Toye, who has lived in the area all her life. The Powells Tavaras, 37, and...
  • Villanova's Darrun Hilliard continued legacy of Lehigh Valley players in NCAA Tournament

    Villanova's Darrun Hilliard continued legacy of Lehigh Valley players in NCAA Tournament
    Liberty High School grad Darrun Hilliard helped Villanova earn a high seed and make a run, albeit short-lived, in the NCAA men's basketball tournament this month, adding to a legacy of players with local roots bringing national recognition to Lehigh...
  • Roundup: Pope closes Sistine Chapel, Bjork at MoMA, and nude art tours

    A group of homeless people is granted a special tour of the Sistine Chapel, a mysterious private investigator is digging dirt on critics of conditions in Abu Dhabi, and the Museum of Modern Art's Björk show continues as subject of debate. Plus, a look...
  • Woody Allen promotes ‘Bananas’

     
    Comedian Woody Allen in portrait taken during promotion of his movie 'Bananas.'...
  • Spelman College names new president

    Spelman College has named a former New York University dean as its next leader. The Atlanta school on Saturday named Mary Schmidt Campbell its next president. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports (http://on-ajc.com/19h2mCB) that Campbell is dean...
  • Outreach Nurse Tackles Poverty, Illness and Inequality

    Outreach Nurse Tackles Poverty, Illness and Inequality
    HARTFORD — When Rebecca Santiago became a nurse she was taught how to treat the sick. But more than 30 years in public health has taught her that poverty may be the greatest threat to health and it takes a lot more than medicine to fix it. As a...